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Your favourite village/town in Europe

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Once you've got past the 'usual suspect' list of cities(or never started with them) you may have moved on to discovering smaller towns and villages that you enjoyed visiting in Europe. I would like to know what your personal favourites are.

For the sake of usable criteria I would like to suggest populations of no more than 15,000 which eliminates a lot of the second level of 'usual suspects' and a place in which you have spent at least 3-4 nights. I'm looking for places to stay, not places someone day tripped to.

Here are a couple of my own favourites in France as examples.
Langres:
http://www.tourisme-langres.com/langres,-city-of-art-and-history_en_01.html
Aigueze:
http://www.les-plus-beaux-villages-de-france.org/en/aigueze-0

What are your favourites?

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