Isn’t every place in Europe the best? Pretty much. And while there are locations that are a little less pristine and tough around the edges, those are few and far between. You can’t go wrong with the most famous locations listed below as well as a few diamonds in the rough:
Royalty, Tower of London, pubs, bubble and squeak – London is the center of the action in England. With easy access to mainland Europe via plane or the Chunnel, London is a wonderful place to start off a European trip.
The city of lights, the Eiffel Tower, Versailles…everything romantic and French along and around the Seine River. Stroll the streets, grab a cafe au lait or a glass of wine and maybe you can blend in with the chic residents around you.
The Colosseum, chianti, pasta, incredible history. Visitors to Roma can experience ancient history, immerse themselves in the fashion culture, and enjoy incredible cuisine.
An incredibly popular port city in Croatia located on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik boasts an old world European feel with a modern and young culture.
A beautiful and clean landscape awaits you in Iceland and its capital city greets you with quaint streets, the Blue Lagoon, and plenty of sunshine in the summer months.
Considered one of Europe’s most picturesque cities, Amsterdam is full of canals and pretty streets lined with lovely homes. Renting a bike to tour the city is one of the most popular tourist activities.
There are so many places to visit in Europe – it’s hard to pin down just a few. These best places to visit cover a range of cultures, history, architecture, and much more. Do your research and decide what your travel IQ might be on your visit to Europe!