Six ‘Second Cities’ in Europe to Visit Instead of the Capital – With Cheaper Flights and Fewer Crowds

When travelling around Europe, most people limit themselves to exploring the capital cities. However, many other towns are equally beautiful and exciting and often offer cheaper flights and fewer crowds. If you’re looking to explore something new and unique, here are six ‘second cities’ in Europe that you should consider visiting:

Jerez de la Frontera, Spain

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Jerez de la Frontera Spain<br><br>

This city is home to every sherry bodega you know about – and plenty you don’t. Lose yourself on its cobbled streets between the wine tastings and discover gothic and baroque churches and grand palaces. At night, seek out the spots where the flamenco still sounds – this is, after all, the city where it all began.

Rijeka, Croatia

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<strong>Rijeka Croatia <strong>

Wroclaw, Poland

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Wroclaw Poland<br><br>

Sète, France

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Sète France<br><br>

Hamburg, Germany

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Hamburg Germany<br><br>

Bologna, Italy

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Bologna Italy <br><br>

We hope this list inspires you to explore some of Europe’s lesser-known

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