1. Alsace Wine Trail, France: It is a four to five day walk with mostly easy walking. It is an inhabited and cultural trail which is set up in a woody charm of Rue Du Vin. Burgheim, Kaysersberg, Turkheim and Riquewihr are connected with day long walks which could stretch up to 17km. If you are interested in mixing wine with walking, then this is the perfect trail for you.
2. Lake District, Austria: If you want to explore the Austrian Lake District, then Halstatt is the best trail for you. The walk is typically easy and consists of Julie Andrews terrain. The hike could last from three days to a week. From the footpaths of steepled villages, you can enjoy a great view of the lake.
3. Camino Frances, Spain: Camino de Santiago is a path which connects various pilgrimage sites which end up in Santiago de Compostella. Out of this series of pilgrimage starting points, Camino Frances is the most popular one. The level is moderate. The whole walk is of 780km and could take a month, but a shorter trip of 111km from Sarria to Santiago will just take 7 days.
4. Durmitor National Park, Montenegro: Although Montenegro’s coast is flushed with wealth, but the interior is perfect for hiking. The crumbling and dark mountains of Balkan provide all kinds of levels for hiking. Zabijack can give a great access to the park trails. It takes only 3 days in the walk.
5. Tour du Mont Blanc, France: To get the best view of Mont Blanc, you need to get to the elevated path of Chamonix. Here you can either tackle the Tour du Mont Blanc which is a steep 250km trail, or you can choose the route between Les Houches and Argentiere. Although the Tour is tougher, but the shorter walks are of moderate fitness. Keep 10 days for the tour and a long weekend for smaller trails.