THE smallest city in the world is only a few hours from Great Britain – with just 30 inhabitants.
Hum in Croatia has only two streets with about three rows of houses, but is still classified as a town despite its village size.
At just 100m long and 30m wide, Guinness World Records confirmed that it was the smallest in the world.
But Hum dates back to the 12th century, with additions such as a 16th-century tower and a 19th-century church
The city’s legend has it that giants built the nearby Mirna River valley, but used the remaining stones to build Hum, only to find them running out so they couldn’t make it bigger.
Many visit the cityserving local cuisine such as pršut, a local cured ham.
Also known as the “City of Truffles”, Biska, a traditional Istrian brandy made from mistletoe, is another delight.
If you come in October you can experience the local grappa festival.
Join us on June 11th and you can follow the annual mayoral election.
Tradition holds that only men can vote, who must cast their vote by writing it on a wooden spoon.
Previous tourists who have visited called it “charming” and one said it was “absolutely a must see”.
You can also book one ofHomes in town if you fancy a stay.
On Airbnb, private rooms start from around £33 a night, or an entire apartment for £88.
If you want to add somethingyou can stay in the most chic villa in town with a private infinity Pool for £440, sleeps six
To visit, the flight from the UK to Zagreb takes about 2 hours, and you need to drive a few more hours to get there.
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Croatia is also home to a popular seaside resort that serves beer for as little as £1.
That’s what you can expect from the smallest hotel in the world in Germany.
If you want something bigger you can rent an entire village in Italy for £11 a night.