• Things To Do In Europe

    Touring Europe may be expensive, but it is worth every penny. You can visit Italy, the motherland of artists or tour France to marvel at the Eiffel Tower, among others. Here are things to do in Europe if you are looking for the best holiday destinations.


    1.      Eiffel Tower (Paris, France)


    It is among the most famous landmarks in the world. People flock to Paris for this special instant. The view from the top is a marvel.


    2.      National History Museum (London, England)


    The museum is home to countless historical collections. In fact, it is branded as the Cathedral of Nature. When looking for things to do in Europe, put the National History Museum at the top of your bucket list.


    3.      St. Peter's Square (Vatican City, Italy)


    Vatican City is the smallest state in the world covering an area of 44 hectares.  However, the square of the city is beautiful and huge. It can hold over 80,000 people at a single time. Thousands of people come to the square for its beauty and to receive the pope’s blessing.


    4.      Northern Lights (Lofoten Islands, Norway)


    It is an amazing spectacle to behold. The best time to see the lights is from autumn to early spring. Norway has more attractions to offer, and the indigenous Sami People are welcoming.


    5.      Plitvice Lakes National Park (Croatia) 


    If you looking for fun-filled tours to Europe, the Plitvice Lakes National Park is the place to visit. It is famous for its upper and lower lakes connected by cascading waterfalls. The beauty of the parks is astounding.


    6.      Oktoberfest (Munich, Germany)


    Oktoberfest is the most prestigious beer festival in the world. People celebrate the tradition all over the world, but it all began in Munich. The atmosphere is great, and you learn about Bavarian traditions.


    7.      Ski Destination in Switzerland


    Take the most thrilling tours to Europe by visiting the ski resorts in the country. The gorgeous views of the Alps are unmatched, and they accommodate beginners and experts. Some of the places to visit include Zermatt, St. Moritz, Jungfrau, SaaS-Fee, and Davos-Klosters among others.


    8.      Royal Palace of Madrid (Madrid, Spain)


    If you are looking for a palace to visit, come to Madrid. The Royal Palace is the largest in Europe covering an area of 1.4 million square feet. You will see paintings by well-known artists as you marvel at the beauty of the castle.


    9.      Bathe in Budapest (Hungry)


    Eastern Europe is one of the places to visit because of the low rates. The City of Budapest is home to castles, bridges, caves, and hot springs. Most visitors come for the mineral baths scatted all over the city. The baths are also architecture wonders. 


    10.  Roskilde Festival (Roskilde, Denmark)


    Roskilde is Denmark’s historic capital. Nowadays, it is famous for hosting the largest rock festival in Northern Europe. The event is popular with young people who love music. For adults and kids, Roskilde has other attractions such as The Viking Ship Museum and Roskilde Cathedral.



    Of course, there are thousands of attractions in Europe. You just have to pick up the suitcase and travel. 

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