Europe is a continent entirely located in the northern hemisphere, and mostly in the east. It covers the westernmost part of Eurasia and is bordered to the north by the Arctic Ocean, to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by the Mediterranean Sea and to the east by Asia. The eastern border consists of a long and mixed line of mountain ranges and waterways which would define a subcontinent as a rule. However, given its great physical size and the weight of history and tradition, Europe is generally granted the status of a full continent. It is the World's sixth-largest continent.

Countries in Europe are as follows: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Northern Macedonia (formerly Macedonia), Northern Macedonia, Norway, Poland and Portugal.

01. Rome - Italy.

Rome: The ancient Romans established outposts as far away as Great Britain, they didn't ignore their home City. However, when it came to building great monuments one must see Landmark is the Colosseum and Arena that could hold up to 80,000 people for Gladiator contests. One of her biggest advantages is a tiny country inside the city - the Vatican City with its impressive St. Peter's Basilica: You'll even get a glimpse of the Pope and his Wednesday audiences.

Rome wasn't built in a day— and you're going to need a lot more than a day to get to this timeless city. The area is a real-life collage of parks, open-air markets, and beautiful historic sites. Place a coin in the Trevi Fountain, contemplate the Colosseum and the Pantheon, and sample the perfect espresso or gelato before spending the afternoon shopping at the Campo de'Fiori or Via Veneto. Enjoy some of the most memorable meals of your life here, from fresh pasta to delicious fried artichokes or a tender oxtail stew.


02. Paris - France.

It's a good time to visit this riveting city any time of year. It's a city full of history culture, great food and high fashion. The famous Eiffel Tower is one of the places you won't want to miss. The Louver House is one of the best works of art in the world. These great churches include the Sacred Heart and Notre Dame when it comes to opulence. There's a Versailles with the Hall of Mirrors fangs.It's best to purchase tickets in advance especially if visiting during high season.

Paris is instantly recognizable and one of the most beloved cities in the world. Here all the best elements of France come together: leafy boulevards lined with iconic architecture, beautiful gardens, world-class art, glamorous boutiques.


03. London - England

Standing on the Thames River, London is the capital of England as well as the most populous city in Britain. The region is the confluence of the old and the new and is one of the most popular tourism destinations in the world. It is a city with many attractions of all kinds, including great architecture and heritage.The city of London, founded by the Romans, has been a major settlement for the last two millennia. London is a world-leading city and one of the most important in the fields of art, commerce, entertainment, education, finance, fashion, healthcare, media, tourism and transport.The Tower of London is home to the crown jewels and from Knightsbridge. Don't forget to visit the Magnificent food halls at Harrods to carnaby Street. The shopping is awesome. You can get around London quickly and efficiently by writing the famous tube.

London is made up of two ancient cities that are now merged into the capital. The two cities are: London City and Westminster City. They are known as Greater London together.She attracts more than 15.3 million international tourists a year. Numerous attractions in the city, such as the London Eye, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Nelson's Column, attract a large number of visitors. The Shard is the tallest building in London. There are various museums and art galleries in London that preserve the heritage and culture of an immensely rich historic city. There are also several parks in the city where tourists can stroll and relax.


04. Moscow - Russia.

For almost 900 years, Moscow has been the capital of Russia, as this old city has a lot to offer to its visitors. Let's start with the 15th century Red Square, as many of the city's main attractions surround it on top of Landmark, the Kremlin is a former fortress that houses museums and the president of the Russian Federation. Lenin's tomb sits in the middle of the square, while the iconic Dome St. Basil's Cathedral is now a museum on one side.

The first stop in Moscow is the Red Square, home to the iconic Cathedral of St. Basil, with its multicolored domes, and the gateway to the Kremlin. Just past the Mausoleum of Lenin, this fortified citadel was built for royalty. It overlooks the river and boasts a density of cathedrals and palaces behind thick walls. Step into the State History Museum and the Fashion Museum for contrasting but equally enthralling Russian learning opportunities, or take a stroll through the Aleksandrovsky Garden.

Everywhere, from Moscow Business District to Red Square, there will be some lovely buildings or parks and plenty of delicious Russian food options. You will be immersed in history wherever you go, but you will also see the signs of the modern-day tsars.The people of Moscow are welcome and kind, and they can't wait to show you all that their city has to offer..


05.Barcelona - Spain

Founded by the Romans. Today, Barcelona is a bustling city on the Mediterranean Sea, the capital of Catalonia. It's a powerhouse in the region. It is perhaps best known for the unusual buildings designed by the architect Antoni Gaudi. These landmark structures include La Sagrada Familia, a church that has been under construction since 1892. You could have built your entire visit around his buildings. Then, on the other bus alone, you'd skip a pleasure like Marula, a famous pedestrian street in the central part of the city.

Barcelona, situated between the sea and the mountains, has found a wonderful balance: a foot in traditional things and a foot in the avant-garde. Barcelona has the reputation of being the most cosmopolitan, modern and avant-garde city in Spain and has been renewed for the 1992 Olympic Games.


06. Amsterdam - Netherlands

Amsterdam is a pleasant town marked by Meandering and is now lined with tall, narrow row houses. It's the city where Frank's most famous diary is, so visiting the house where she wrote it's a must that Venice of the North, too. The city of great art starting with the Rijksmuseum home to break the European masterpieces of Rembrandt's house and the more modern than the Van Gogh Museum, take a break from sightseeing to tour and sample Holland's deer at the Heineken Brewery.

Amsterdam is the country's leading cultural centre. In addition, the city is famous for its historic homes, laid out in a pattern of concentric segments in the shape of a fan, and built on piles driven through the upper layer of mud to the firm, sandy bottom up to 18 meters below. All told, some 6,750 buildings, dating from the 16th to the 18th centuries, are crowded into an area of 2,000 acres, dissected by 160 canals (grachten), home to numerous houseboats. Many picturesque bridges link the 90 islands of the city, eight of them old wooden bascule bridges, including Magere Brug (Mager Bridge), one of the most frequently photographed in the city.

Amsterdam -Netherlands

07. Bay of Kotor - Montenegro.

Gorgeous, stunning, majestic, divine; no matter how heavy your thesaurus may be, the brain-blowing beauty of the Bay of Kotor will leave you struggling for superlatives. Hemmed in by commanding cliffs and form-shifting between rippling gulfs and sparkling straits, the cobalt cove even manages to defy the geographical description: is it a fjord? A submerged canyon, huh? There seems to be only one way to define Boka Kotorska: unmissable.

Scattered with photogenic medieval towns that love their reflections in peacock-blue inlets, the compact bay–or literally the' Boka,' as it is called in local parlance–is stitched together by a collection of beautiful, serpentine paths, making it easy to discover. As if determined to prove' good things come in small packages ' adage, the region is packed with everything from island monasteries and show-stopping citadels to adventure sports and extraordinary eateries, where waterfront views lead to as much drooling as fresh seafood. Whatever your bliss, you're going to find it in the Boka.

Bay of Kotor - Montenegro.

08.Venice - Italy.

Venice is for romantics who love to glide across the Grand Canal with a Gondolier singing Italian love songs. After all, this is the city that sets Marco Polo off on his journey to China to begin your exploration of Venice at San Marco Square. The most famous square in town. You're going to find the Doge's Castle. The seat of the Venetian government and St. Mark's Basilica, the main church in Venice with stunning views of the Venice Tower, is also famous for its bridges along the canals.

Few cities may claim such a precious heritage in art and history as Venice. This unique city with its magical, spectacular scenery is not only beautiful; it is a real miracle of creative genius: a city built on mud, sand and the slime of a difficult, inhospitable landscape .

Venice - Italy.

09. Lisbon - Portugal.

Lisbon, the Portuguese capital of Lisbon Lies on the tagus river along the Atlantic coast, this location encouraged explorers in the 15th 16th and 17th centuries to sail far and wide around the world. One of the things you'll want to see is North Bank, the belem tower on the tigges of a 16th-century fortress. If you're looking for good views from old listen go to st. George castle founded by the Moors on the top of a hill.

Lisbon is one of Europe's most charismatic and bustling cities. It is a city that mixes traditional heritage without effort, with striking modernism and progressive thought. Lisbon offers a rich and varied history as a vacation destination, a buzzing nightlife and is blessed with a glorious year-round climate. This guide will introduce Lisbon by answering some of the common holiday questions and providing links to more detailed information.

Lisbon - Portugal.

10. Matterhorn Mountain - Switzerland.

Egypt may have its pyramids but at fourteen thousand six hundred, Italy and Switzerland have their own Nature Made mountain, the Matterhorn. Height ninety two percent. This famous mountain has four faces and is one of the highest in Europe. Each equally rugged mountain has been popular with climbers since the first ascent in 1865 during the summer a hundred and fifty people a day tried to climatic couch potatoes may be just as happy to stay below and look in awe at the top playing hide-and-seek with the clouds.

There's a large variety of different sights around the Matterhorn to explore. A top getaway is Gornergrat. There is a viewing platform on this three thousand meter mountain ridge, with a completely breathtaking view of the Matterhorn and the surrounding mountain region. The Matterhorn can be respected from the Rothorn too, if you choose. The Matterhorn glacier paradise is Europe's highest summer ski area, and is open 365 days a year. And when the sun is not shining there is still plenty to do!

Matterhorn Mountain - Switzerland.

11. Stonehenge - London.

You have to marvel at the prehistoric determination of a man. When you look at Stonehenge construction began around 3000 BC on what was originally a burial ground huge monoliths Twain 25 tons were dragged to the site a few hundred years later 150 miles away. How many MungusI rocks were moved to a field near Amesbury is not exactly known but there are 13 standing today. It's also unclear that Stonehenge was designed but many claim early astrology is connected with this great English Landmark.

You're spoiled for choice with any amount of trips heading from London to Stonehenge, a convenient two-hour bus ride away with a guide pointing out places of interest. There are trains running directly from Waterloo to Salisbury, the nearest town with a railway station to Stonehenge, nine miles to the south if you wish to travel independently. You catch the Stonehenge Tour Bus from here, an independent bus service that runs directly to the Visitor Centre. No public bus service runs to Stonehenge.

Stonehenge - London.

12. Monte Carlo - Monaco.

If you're in Glitz, look no further than Monte Carlo, the biggest city in Monaco's tiny principality. Monaco has always been known for these qualities that reached New Heights when Prince made Grace Kelly his princess sitting on the shores of the Mediterranean, Monte Carlo, famous for her fast car races, and her Elite Casino walked along the harbor to see Yas belonging to them.

Scattered with photogenic medieval towns that love their reflections in peacock-blue inlets, the compact bay–or literally the' Boka,' as it is called in local parlance–is stitched together by a collection of beautiful, serpentine paths, making it easy to discover. As if determined to prove' good things come in small packages ' adage, the region is packed with everything from island monasteries and show-stopping citadels to adventure sports and extraordinary eateries, where waterfront views lead to as much drooling as fresh seafood. Whatever your bliss, you're going to find it in the Boka.

Monte Carlo - Monaco.

13. Athens- Greece.

A city inhabited from the fifth century. BC gave the world the concept of democracy, and it is the birthplace of Western Civilization that many of the major landmarks of the city can be found in the old city especially around the Acropolis. The Zeus temple is included in the collection. Dionysus ' theater was performed by Sophocles Works, and the Parthenon. Which Acropolis sits atop?

Athens is Europe's historic capital, with a long history, dating from the first Neolithic settlement. The values and civilization of the city acquired a universal significance in the 5th century BC (the "Golden Age of Pericles"), the culmination of the long, fascinating history of Athens. Over the years, Athens was occupied by a multitude of conquerors, and unique, magnificent monuments erected-a rare historical palimpsest. It became the capital of the modern Greek state in 1834, and has become an attractive modern metropolis with unrivaled charm in two centuries since.

A large part of the historic center of the town has been transformed into a 3-kilometer pedestrian zone (the largest in Europe), leading to the major archeological sites ("archeological park"), reconstructing the ancient landscape to a large extent.

Athens- Greece.

14.Florence - Italy.

The Renaissance could Florence is commonly credited with bringing great artists like Michelangelo to Europe out of the Dark Ages. You can see their works in the uffizi gallery or the Academy that displays the original David eating a gelato while strolling the plant evicts you that Bridges the Arno River despite the Medici family's over - the-top riches in the early engineering that created the great Duomo at the pitti palace Marvel. Florence is at its best.

Florence has more to beautiful than just museums and monuments. It bursts with quirky shops and high-quality crafts; a living city with an eclectic cultural life encompassing opera, classical music and contemporary art. The nightlife and restaurant scene is also very thriving. Given the proximity of the town to the vine-covered hills of Chianti, as well as other Tuscan art towns such as Arezzo, Siena and Lucca, it is rather easy to flee for some downtime. Diminutive size of Florence means that everything is very accessible, with most of the main sights within walking distance of each other. All in all, this is one of the long weekend destinations with the most civilisation in Europe.

Florence - Italy.

15.Prague - Czech Republic.

It is considered one of the best places to visit, with a long history of war and destruction. Despite the devastation caused by World War Two;Prague has a very nice old town worth more than a few hours of your time Prague has many pedestrian areas that make you enjoy walking. When you walk through the Jewish quarter of Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge Square in the new town houses with a vibrant nightlife and fun.

In terms of beauty Prague is the equal of Paris. Its history goes back thousands of years. And the beer-Europe's Best.The Velvet Revolution of 1989, which freed the Czechs from communism, gave Europe a town jewel to stand beside stalwarts like Rome, Paris and London. Not surprisingly, visitors from all over the world have come in droves and on a hot summer day it can feel like you're sharing Charles Bridge with half of mankind. But even the crowds can not take away from the spectacle of a stone bridge from the 14th century, a hilltop castle and a majestic, lazy river–the Vltava–that inspired one of the most hauntingly beautiful pieces of classical music from the 19th century, Smetana's Moldau symphony.

Prague - Czech Republic.

  1. author
    27 Aug 2021
    Tomas Mandy

    Such an amazing place

    1. author
      27 Aug 2020
      Britney Millner

      Wow , soo enlightening.

  2. author
    07 Jan 2021
    Simon Downey

    I like travelling and I find this information to be very usefull.