Europe Calling – Some best holiday destinations in Europe

How to pick and choose a place to see when traveling to Europe? With so many exciting places to choose from, you are bound to get confused. But we all have to make choices.

So presenting a list of some of the most amazing and stunningly beautiful places you can visit there:

Rome, Italy:

And as the saying goes ‘Rome was not built in a day’. You will see why, once you visit this historically significant marvel. It is one of the most exquisitely crafted cities in the whole of Europe. You can start your sojourn in Rome with a trip to Colosseum. This gigantic amphitheater was build about 2000 years ago and still makes you stand in awe. Enjoy a most amazing gelato alongside beautiful Trevi Fountain and witness the epicenter of ancient history in Roman Forum. Many great monuments are also in Egypt, Many people also come here for business purposes, they use it for this purpose Egypt Business Visa

Paris, France:

Dubbed as the fashion capital of the world, you can witness fashion in making with all the top names in fashion from Chanel, Prada, Christian Dior, L’Oreal, etc taking center stage. But it’s not just fashion, Paris is the city of romance. So be mesmerized by its beauty with your partner. Visit the famous Eiffel Tower, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the River Seine, and the Louvre Museum, etc.

Amsterdam, Netherlands:

Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It retains its old world charm yet it’s truly modern. Stroll around the canal rings and be mesmerized by its beauty. You can take a boat cruise to take a trip to the city. The most famous places to see here are the Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House and Rijksmuseum.

Switzerland:

Switzerland is truly breathtaking. It has stunning landscapes and majestic Swiss Alps. Touted as one of the most beautiful places in the whole world, it has something for everyone. You can enjoy a whole range of activities like skiing, boating, etc apart from enjoying its scenic beauty. Some of its most notable places are Zurich, Geneva, Basel, and Bern.

Florence, Italy:

Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance era. Its city center is designed in a way that it resembles an open-air museum. There are lots of museums, churches, and monuments. Its city center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982. You can see works of some of the works of worlds most famous men here who heralded the Renaissance era like Lorenzo de’ Medici, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Botticelli.

Dubrovnik:

Named as the pearl of the Adriatic by George Bernard Shaw, Dubrovnik offers rich architectural splendor. Thousands of tourists flock this city to see its famed marble streets and relax in its famous beaches. Renaissance fountains and facades add to the charm of the city and make it a perfect traveling destination.

Barcelona, Spain:

Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and enjoys the stature of being a Global City. Barcelona is famous for its Catalan modernist architecture. Some of the most noteworthy places are Las Ramblas, Park Güell, Mercat de la Boqueria and Port Vell.

Berlin, Germany:

Berlin is the capital city of Germany. Though it is famous for its Berlin Wall whose remains you can still see in the city, you can also see some great modern architecture here. It has a large array of museums, churches and art galleries. Do not miss the Kaiser Wilhelm church, whose half-ruin reminds us of the hollowness of war.

Greece, Athens:

With a history of 3500 years, Greece is the world’s oldest city. The city has so much of history associated with it. It is the city of like Aristotle, Platon, Socrat, and Hercules. It is the birthplace of the Olympic Games. You can also see the remains of ancient Greek civilization here.

Dublin, Ireland:

Be ready to witness some breathtaking sceneries and meet the most friendly people in Dublin.