Lake Ohrid and Lake Prespa in North Macedonia came in at second place in the rankings and could be considered a hidden gem.
The spokesperson said: “You can explore the town of Ohrid, one of the most ancient human settlements in Europe, and admire Byzantine icons dating back to the 7th century.
“In the afternoon, get back on the road and cruise through the Galičica National Park, a mountainous stretch of green, flora and fauna.
“Just in time for dinner, you’ll reach Lake Prespa and its quaint villages, where you can enjoy delicious fish dishes, freshly sourced from nearby lakes.”
North Macedonia also has a much cheaper cost of living than other European destinations and Brits can expect to save on hotel rooms and meals. Swapping a Spanish holiday for an Eastern European break could save British tourists hundreds.