Europe is one of the main go-to travel destinations for anyone with a penchant for travelling. European countries are full of beautiful and vibrant cities famous for their museums, nightlife, restaurants and timeless architecture. There are so many of these cities, and this can make it difficult to choose which one to visit on vacation. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of the top ten travel destinations in Europe.
This is the first place people think of when travelling to Europe and who can blame them? With the tantalizing scent of fresh Italian cooking wafting from open restaurant doors, and historical sites at every corner. From the Colosseum to St. Peter’s Basilica to the famed Trevi Fountain, these are all sites that you should visit if you come to visit Italy’s capital.
This coastal Portuguese city is a charming destination for wine lovers and adventurous travelers. You can spend the day wandering the Avenida dos Aliados before visiting the city’s famous bridges. You can also sit down for a glass of wine and enjoy the local seafood (which will be delicious).
Explore the English streets of London and the world famous British Museum, tour the Tower of London and more. You can embrace the English lifestyle by nipping down to the pub to grab a bite of their famous Fish and Chips.
A visit to Paris is a must have for those who love art and museums due to the iconic Louvre, the historical monuments of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe, and its gorgeous churches such as the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Among all these artistic destination, travelers should take some time and stroll through the Paris streets and sit down at sidewalk cafes for a leisurely break.
Travel here for an authentic taste of Italy. With its renowned museums, quaint hotels, and its famous architecture, you won’t resist admiring Michelangelo’s David and climbing to the top of the internationally known Duomo.
Take a leap into a fairytale book when visiting the city of Prague. The gothic architecture will feel as if you are roaming a far off land. This city is known for its love of music, ensuring that you will be tapping your foot to a lively rhythm in no time.
Venice is known for its romantic gondola rides down the Grand Canal, but it also boasts an abundance of theatres, churches, and eateries, which makes this spot on Italy’s northeastern coast an enchanting one.
Barcelona has such a diverse collection of architecture that will just stun anyone who has an eye for aesthetics, with Gaudi’s Parc Guell, Montjuic Castle and more. You can take a break from the architecture to relax on the beach, snack on the local food and take a relaxing stroll along Las Ramblas.
Amsterdam is known for their famous coffee shop culture and the Red Light District, but that’s not all! You can spend days biking along the city’s canals and picturesque streets, explore the Van Gogh Museum and more.
This coastal region in Italy will offer breathtaking views of the Mediterranean’s turquoise water from the beautiful cliffside downs. Walk the narrow streets of Positano and relax by the Furore Firdo beach.