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There are thousands of things to do and see in Europe, many activities that will allow you to get to know Europe and indeed yourself better. Come and watch the dolphins in algarve, learn how to make chocolate at a workshop with a master chocolatier in Brussels and Cologne or be overwhelmed by the northern lighting in Norway

The Perfect European bucket list

One of the most beautiful cities in the world and can only about which they can say that is unique



Venice is one of the world’s most beautiful and romantic cities, with good reason. Its skyline is composed of rows of magnificent historical palaces and tall church towers, while the gentle waves of its lagoon are stirred by gondolas whose traditions date back centuries. 

Slow evening gondola cruises along the Grand Canal or kissing under a Venetian bridge are high on the bucket lists of many couples. The appeals of the so-called “City of Water” owes much to its collection of gorgeous spots like St. Mark’s Square, as well as different neighborhoods to explore.

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CINQUE TERRE – The Beautiful Pearls of the Mediterranean Sea



One of the five villages of the Cinque Terre – a coast of Italian Riviera. If traveling north from La Spezia, Riomaggiore is the first village from the chain. Some vote it to be the most interesting of all five. Established in 13th century, the village has a dramatic coastline with the colorful houses. It is known for the wine produced from the local vineyards and fresh sea food in the cozy restaurants. The road from here leads to Manarola  next  the second village of the Cinque Terre.

The Eiffel Tower attracts more visitors than any other paid tourist attraction in the world


Eifel Tower

We bet you have been dreaming about this moment since you knew you were heading to Paris. So, here is your ultimate moment at one of the most iconic structures in the whole wide world. Hold your breath as now you stand face to face with the Eiffel Tower. A great idea is to purchase a summit ticket in advance, so you can skip the queue at the bottom (not the summit). This way, you will have booked yourself a specific time to visit the very top.

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With a history that extends from the Romanian period,



For 2,000 years, Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium, as has been called the city by the Romanians, has managed to pass the wars and floods and to develop and now is the fourth largest city in Germany from the perspective of the population and one of the poles of the economic operators of the country. According to statistics, the Cathedral in Cologne is the tourist attraction of the number one in Germany, with over 6 million visitors annually. Built in the Gothic style and designated the cultural heritage of UNESCO, The Cathedral is an important place of pilgrimage at the European level.


Known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, the Roman Colosseum is one of the capital's most remarkable monuments



The Colosseum is the main symbol of Rome. It is an imposing construction that, with almost 2,000 years of history, will bring you back in time to discover the way of life in the roma Empire.

The construction of the Colosseum began in the year 72 under the empire of Vespasian and was finished in the year 80 during the rule of the emperor Titus. After completion, the Colosseum became the greatest Roman amphitheatre, measuring 188 meters in length, 156 meters in width and 57 meters in height.

A visit to the Jungfraujoch puts a jewel in the crown of any visit to Switzerland.



The Matterhorn and Switzerland are inseparably linked to each other. The pyramid shaped colossus of a mountain, which is very difficult to climb, is said to be the most-photographed mountain in the world. The Klein-Matterhorn ("Little Matterhorn"), which can be reached via a funicular, lies adjacent to the Matterhorn.

At the foot of the Matterhorn lies the beautiful village of Zermatt. It has a world class resort offering quaint chalets and horse carriage rides. And to keep its old world charm intact, the village has banned motor vehicles, making it the perfect place to enjoy the beauty of a Swiss holiday.

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The magnificent Moorish (Muslims) fortress sitting on a hill above Granada is one of Spain’s most-visited tourist sites



The Alhambra is the pinnacle of Moorish art and one of the best architectural sights in the whole of Europe. Overlooking the pretty hillside city of Granada, it’s easy to spend a day exploring this remarkable monument to Spain’s Muslim past. Its sheer beauty is simply astounding and it’s no wonder it ranks as one of the most incredible visitor attractions in Spain. The Alhambra was originally established in 1238 by the founder of the Nasrid Dynasty

Watch the sun rise over the Charles Bridge


Charles Bridge

The historic Charles Bridge in Prague joins Old Town with Mala Strana over the Vltava river. While it’s stunning at all times of day, it is truly magic at sunrise. Whether you’re an early riser, or your evening somehow dissolved into dawn (after perhaps one too many absinthe cocktails at the Black Angel’s Bar in Old Town) watching the sunrise over the City of a Hundred Spires is a can’t-miss experience, and one of the few times you’ll see the popular tourist site nearly empty.

19th-century romanticism in Portugal, denoting clear influences from the Manueline and Moorish (Muslims) styles of architecture



Sintra is a jewel set between the mountains and the sea, waiting to be discovered by all who dare lose themselves in its majestic historical heritage, luxuriant nature, cosmopolitan cultural offer and opulent gastronomy.

 Sintra exudes a romantic aura that left a deep impression on the soul and work of the writers who, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, pioneered the Romantic spirit and celebrated subjectivity and the emotion of the human drama. Sintra is truly the capital of Romanticism. It is a place to experience!

The Grand Palace is a late-17th century landmark located in the capital's central square, which is considered one of Europe's finest

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Grand Place

Europe’s most picturesque square, Grand-Place is surrounded by baroque and gothic guildhalls and the stunning 315 foot (96 meter) Brussels Town Hall. The stunning buildings in this UNESCO World Heritage site date mainly from the late 17th century. Grand Place is also known in Dutch as Grote Markt as it was the large central market in Brussels.

The size and beauty of the square amazes everyone when they first turn a corner to find it unexpectedly in front of them. 

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The inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty Castle in the Disneyland



The ultimate fairytale castle, Neuschwanstein is situated on a rugged hill near Füssen in southwest Bavaria. It was the inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty castles in the Disneyland parks. The castle was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria who was declared insane when the castle was almost completed in 1886 and found dead a few days later. Neuschwanstein is the most photographed building in the country and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Germany


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