Best Places to Visit in Europe

Europe is full of lively cities renowned for their museums, restaurants, nightlife, and architecture from England and France to Italy and Germany. It is, therefore, no wonder that it can be difficult to determine which spots are to visit the best places in Europe. This is the explanation for the U.S. News found the highlights – as well as users' votes and expert opinions – of each city's destination to complement Europe's best destinations.

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Paris is full of well-known museums, temples, and churches. The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre displays, and the green areas admiring the flowers at the Luxembourg Gardens are an easy way to spend your holiday admiring the iconic sights. Nevertheless, you can save time to watch and mash fresh croissants at sidewalk cafes during the day. When the sun goes down, sit down with wonderful wine for a decadent French dinner.


The London bucket-list trip included a visit to the world-class British Museum, a West End musical, trips to London's Tower and fish and chips, or a Sunday roast in a nearby bar. High hotel prices in London can however cause budget travellers to squeak. Book your accommodation in advance or decide to book a holiday rental to save some money.


On your trip to Europe, Rome is an unmissable location. The fragrance of fresh Italian cuisine passes through all the alleys and at every turn, historical sites are proud. Without checking out the Colosseum, the Basil of St. Peter, the Sixtine Chapel and the incredible Trevi Fountain no visit to the capital Italy will be complete. If you have time, take the Roman Forum, Trastevere and Spanish steps away from the main attractions.


Trip to Florence for Italy's authentic taste. Fine museums, picturesque hotels, impressive architecture and mouthwatering cuisine come to Florence. You have to admire Michelangelo's David in Galleria dell'Accademia, from Ponte Vecchio you can take views of the city and the river and climb to the highest point at Florence's Duomo. Go to Mercato Centrale Firenze when hunger hits, to store fresh meats and cheeses or to settle outdoors for pizzas or gelates.


The city is distinct from other European destinations due to Barcelona's diverse architecture. The Gaudí Park Güell and the Sagrada Família and Barcelona Cathedral (also referred to as La Seu), the Castillo de Montjuic and the many mediaeval buildings in the Gothic Quarter are more than impressive. Relaxing on La Barceloneta Beach, sampling delicious local tapas, or sipping sangria on Las Ramblas, when you've tired of the breathtaking urban architecture.


You sound like you are walking into a fairy story during your holiday in Prague. Take a tour of the Prague Castle with the Gothic architecture and liveliness of Old Town's Square (and the other attractions on its grounds, including St. Vitus Cathedral and the Royal Palace). Compared with other fascinating locations in Europe, Prague's affordability makes this a perfect location for budget travelers.


Amsterdam is more than its popular "coffee shops" and the Red Light District. Enjoy cycling the day in the smart streets of the city before visiting popular museums such as the Van Gogh Museum, Verzetsmuseum, and Anne Frank Home. Plan a lunch picnic at Vondelpark or take a boat trip through the many canals of the city when the time comes to rest. Friendly residents and budget hotels continue, especially in the warmer months, to bring travelers back.


For its abundance of numerous beaches, visit this Greek island. Red beach sands and black sands on Kamari Beach are accessible. You can also save a day by visiting archaeological sites such as Ancient Thira and Ancient Akrotiri which will allow you to explore ruins and abandoned settlements in the ninth and 17th centuries B.C. (including). Regardless of where you go, you will have incredible views of Santorini's electric blue sea and whitewashed houses. Also known for its sophisticated hotels, Santorini is so you're going to want to save yourself up to stay in one.

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