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Rarely visited by tourists, Tartu is considered by Estonians to be the country’s intellectual and cultural hub, being the oldest city in Estonia, dating back to 1030.
But if you want to learn more about Zamość’s more recent history, check out the city’s rotunda, which was an execution ground during the German occupation in the Second World War.
And Zamość is far from the only beautiful Polish city - Wroclaw is one of the most colourful cities in the world, and you can check out the other seven right here.
Where to stay: The 4.5-star Hotel Cubo is a modern luxury hotel right in the heart of the city that regularly receives rave reviews from guests.
Probably not surprising considering that it offers a free mini bar...