What To Do If You Only Have One Day In 11 European National Parks

When thinking about Europe do you picture yourself exploring wonderful cities like Berlin, Madrid, Rome, Dublin, Helsinki? Sure, enjoying the city life in Europe visiting museums, eating out, walking around, is nothing short of exciting and fun. But often overlooked are nearly 500 breathtaking European National Parks across the continent. For those who love the outdoors, stunning landscapes, and recharging in nature, a visit to a national park while in Europe should be considered.

Some things you are able to do at these parks include snowshoeing through the pines in Finland while surrounded by wild moose and glimmering freshwater. Or how does taking a boat trip to a castle in the middle of rugged terrains and shiny lakes in Ireland sound? While in Italy, don’t miss the stunning coastal photo opportunities during a short 1.5mile hike in colourful Cinque Terre National Park. And at the Plitvice National Park in Croatia, you can find the UNESCO World Heritage site of 16 crystal clear lakes and 90 waterfalls. A site to behold.

But what if you have only one day to explore any one of these massive parks? Don’t fret. I’ve got your back. With so many things to do and see, the infographic below will guide you through the must-sees and must-dos at 11 different national parks in Europe.

A Guide to 11 European National Parks

A Guide to 11 European National Parks

A Guide to 11 European National Parks [Infographic] courtesy of Medway Leisure Travel

Which one of these parks would you most want to visit?

3 thoughts on “What To Do If You Only Have One Day In 11 European National Parks

  1. Lovely infographic! I want to visit the one in Montenegro the most – I was in Montenegro as a part of my Euro road trip this past summer and it’s just a gorgeous, gorgeous country. Can’t wait to go back.

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  2. Lovely infographic! I want to visit the one in Montenegro the most – I was in Montenegro as a part of my Euro road trip this past summer and it’s just a gorgeous, gorgeous country. Can’t wait to go back.

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  3. Love this! The outdoors are so often taken for granted. Cinque Terra is at the top of the list as it was recommended to me some time ago. I will be sure to see the rest of these as well. Thanks!

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