If heading to the beautiful, culturally diverse continent of Europe is in your travel plans this upcoming year, here are the top five- or more specifically, the European cities – that can’t be missed!
London, England – For tourists intimidated by their lack of foreign language skills, London is the perfect comfortable yet adventurous city to explore. With a rich culture and history, great pubs, and plenty of tourist sites, London is one of Europe’s cheaper cities to visit.
Paris, France – Ideal for lovers, art enthusiasts, and foodies, Paris is beautiful any time of year but particularly in the springtime. For first-time visitors, don’t miss the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and the Notre Dame Cathedral. You should also take the time to enjoy a genuine espresso at an outdoor Parisian café.
Rome, Italy – The city of Rome is a great place to visit anytime of year. History and archaeology buffs will love the museums and historical sites while staunch Catholics will find Vatican City fascinating. If you love shopping, make sure you hit up one of the cities multiple ATMs and peruse the streets of Via Condotti, Via Borgognona and Via Frattina.
Madrid, Spain – Akin to New York City, Madrid is the European city that never sleeps. During the day, visitors can enjoy the rich culture and architecture the city offers. At night, enjoy fabulous food and dancing. Lively street life starts in March and peaks during mid-summer and Madrid’s restaurant and nightclub scenes are some of the best in Europe.
Prague, Czech Republic – For travelers looking for an amazing city less frequented by tourists, Prague is the place to go. Filled with mystique, gorgeous gothic architecture, and historical landmarks, Prague is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Visitors can take in the charming cobblestone streets, famed bridges, and spiraled buildings. Sites not to be missed include Lobkowicz Palace, Old Town Square, and St. George’s Basilica, one of the city’s architectural highlights.