Going on a trip around Europe will never go out-of-date. Here are some ideas what to visit once you decide to explore the most significant cities in Europe for a period of three weeks or of course more!
You’ll feel like you can’t get enough of the city because it has something for everyone. It’s a great mixture of modern and traditional, art and architecture, history and culture. Once you are here, don’t forget to visit Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Tate Modern, St. Paul’s Cathedral or just climb on The London Eye and see all the landmarks from above. Finally, take a boat trip on the river Thames.
Take the Channel tunnel train across the most romantic city in the world and overlook the great range of incredible places starting from the Eiffel Tower, then Louvre, Versailles, Notre Dame Cathedral and many more. Walk through Arc de Triomphe on the western end of the glamorous avenue Champs-Elysees famous for its cafes, theaters and luxurious shops.
Believe, you’ll always want to come back here because the city of lights will never let you down.
From the gorgeous Paris spend a whole night drive to Barcelona and enrich your life experience by visiting the city which possesses the most distinguishable architectural treasures, especially the stunning Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia . Try the remarkable flavorful delicacies of the Catalan cuisine and as darkness falls enjoy the live music coming from everywhere not stopping until the small hours! Get on the first plane and move to…
But what can you see in two days in Rome? Once you stepped here you should “do as the Romans do “.
Be ready to see stunning renaissance frescoes, classical statues and baroque churches, visit the Colosseum, then in the evening take some photos of Trevi Fountain, see the Spanish steps and taste some traditional Roman delicacies in a fancy restaurant while planning your next visit here. Take the next train and head towards…
Billy Joel would say in his song:
“It’s all right you can afford to lose a day or two.
Why don’t you realize Vienna waits for you”
It’s always ok to lose a day or two to go around the shopping streets in Vienna, see the amazing old and modern architectural designs, rest in the coffee shops arranged as living rooms or have something to eat and drink at the bistro pubs. If you love classical music, the Staatsoper is a MUST!
The next closest destination from here is…
The city offers a wide range of things to see- from old castles to modern buildings, romantic bridges with beautiful views, vivid café shops and an opportunity to relax in one of the city‘s thermal baths. Don’t forget to visit Castle Hill and book a night Danube river cruise with nice dinner and drink so as to indulge into the unforgettable views of the city. Prepare for spending a whole day on a train because the next destination is…
Spent a day in one of the most unpredictable and irresistible cities and enjoy in its iconic sights, chic restaurants and bars, its architecture and tradition. Visit the Berlin Wall galleries and museums then see the Filmmuseum and Sony Centre. At night get a real party at the numerous night clubs- from basement clubs to glamorous restaurants. The next morning get on the plane to…
Wonder through the amazing marble narrow streets filled with baroque buildings of the old town and find out about the historical secrets and legends of almost every corner here! Choose where you want to eat, but be sure to order fish or any sea food dish, and then have a nice cocktail or coffee on some of the magnificent beaches while enjoying the view of the shimmering blue Adriatic sea. From Dubrovnik, move to….
Athens, Greece – The Historical Capital of Europe
Walk on the three-kilometers-long pedestrian zone leading to the major monuments, ancient ruins and buildings of Acropolis. Plunge into the magnificent tastes of the Greek cuisine in tavernas. Here, the modern and ancient live collide into one unit. The next top city to visit is…
Have a spectacular cruise on the Bosphorus and enjoy the sightseeing of the city while drinking Turkish tea. Once you are in the city visit Aya Sofya, the Blue Mosque and explore Topkapi Place. Then, leave the old part and go to the modern Istanbul rich in shops, malls, restaurants and café bars.