Few cities on the planet can impress and deeply embrace tourists, as some European cities and capitals do.
While snow-capped Alps drive you to wear hiking shoes and start your life’s adventure, the historical sights that other European cities host make it a top destination for all history lovers. Not to mention the crystal rivers, vast meadows and the starry sky that you can see from the top of the Eiffel Tower. Europe’s cities are drawn in multiple colors and worth a visit whenever you get the chance.
If you do not know where to start, we have prepared a small list of the most beautiful cities in Europe to guide you on your next holiday, whether at the weekend or on long trips that will turn you into a witness to some of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Paris. Cliche or not, the City of Lovers will always be the most beautiful city in Europe in the hearts of many of those who have traveled through holidays, romantic getaways, holidays or city breaks. You will not understand why until you visit it, until you walk along the Seine with your significant other or until you admire the Eiffel Tower in the middle of the sun. At the Louvre Museum, you get to have a meeting with the most famous woman in the world: the incomparable Mona Lisa.
Copenhagen. Like Paris, as soon as you visit it, you will instantly fall in love with Copenhagen. Get on your itinerary the Hamlet’s Castle from Helsingør, serving a local drink in Nyhavn, and strolling around as much as you can on Strøget, Europe’s longest pedestrian shopping street. If you are a fan of amusement parks, reserve a few hours full of activity in Trivoli Gardens.
Venice. The beauty and tourist attractions in the capital of the Veneto region attract an annual average that exceeds 3 million tourists. Let’s begin with the San Marino Square, the place where you can feed pigeons, enjoy relaxing moments in the cafes and boutiques next door or, why not, take a few selfies that will guarantee you hundreds of Facebook or Intagram likes. A boat trip on the Canale Grande is a worthwhile experience whenever you have the opportunity to get to Venice. And because you still got on a vaporetto, what would it be like to get to Murano, an island famous for its glass workshops and jewelry stores from which it will be impossible for you to go without purchasing anything?
Prague. Have you often heard that Prague is an incredibly beautiful European city? We guarantee that when you take a look at the city, you won’t be disappointed. Prague Castle is in the Book of Records and considered one of the most abundant castles in tourism. The Franciscan Garden is the perfect place to spend a few hours of relaxation, especially if you want to escape the city’s crowd. Then climb onto the St. Vitus Cathedral tower and you will have the opportunity to take a look at the city with its entire unique beauty.
Barcelona. The more you visit it, the more you will love it. Barcelona is one of the most active European cities. Barcelona is the home of the creations of Antonio Gaudi who created “Paseo de Gracia” and “La Pedrera”. Sagrada Familia does not need much explanaiton as all tourists around the world know this church is and what it is built for. Suffice it to say that it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Barcelona.
What are the most beautiful European cities for you that you will visit?