Forbes takes us to some Europe’s best kept travel secrets.
First settled more than 2,000 years ago, the town of Stari Grad is one of Europe’s oldest. Indeed, the name Stari Grad is Croatian for “old town.” Consequently, tourists overlook the tiny village–and miss one of the most delightful attractions on the continent. “Most visitors disembark the ferry at Stari Grad and head straight to Hvar Town, with its sleek hotels, flashy nightclubs and luxury yachts,” says Michelle Finkelstein, vice president of travel agency OurPersonalGuest. “Unfortunately they miss out on this quaint hamlet with cobblestone streets, gelaterias and quirky art galleries.” – From Forbes