The allure of Europe is rooted in so many things. History. Culture. Gastronomy. Romance. Shopping – and more! And while there are numerous European locations far and wide, you can’t go wrong with any of the major European cities listed below – some of the most famous locations in the world. So, Au Revoir to home and Zdravo to Europe!
Buckingham Palace, Tower of London, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus, London Bridge, Harrods, pubs and dining on bubble and squeak – London marks the spot when visiting England. With easy direct access, from mainland Europe, or the Chunnel, London is a wonderful place to start off a European trip. Walkable and friendly, London offers a comfortable European experience.
The Eiffel Tower, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, the Louvre Museum, Sacré-Cœur, Champs-Élysées, and the Palace of Versailles – Paris is everything romantic and French. Très magnifique! A city that welcomes relaxation and enjoyment of life, stroll the streets, grab a cafe au lait or a glass of wine and experience the chic lifestyle of a true Parisian.
Rome is an ancient city of outstanding culture and history. The Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, St. Peter’s Square, Vatican City, Sistine Chapel, Piazza Navonachianti, are just a very few of the sights to see when in Rome. For those who are drawn to true Roman cuisine, no trip to Rome is complete without homemade pastas, limoncello, carpaccio, tiramisu, saltimbocca, and some grappa to end your night!
An incredibly popular port city in Croatia located on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik boasts old-world European charm, with a modern and young culture. Offering a plethora of sights to see such as the Revelin Fortress, Buza Gate, Stradun, Church of St. Blaise, Onofrio’s Fountain, along with two dozen more, Dubrovnik is considered one of the “world’s finest and most perfectly preserved medieval cities.”
Considered one of Europe’s most picturesque cities, Amsterdam is full of quaint canals and pretty streets lined with intimate, and lovely homes. Visitors can enjoy touring Fort Spijkerboor, the ruins of Ruïne van Brederod, Low Lighthouse, Slot Zuylen Castle, as well as many modern architectural sights throughout the city. Renting a bike to tour the city is one of the most popular activities as well.
There are so many places to visit in Europe – it’s hard to pin down which city to choose first. Enjoy whichever you explore and remember to contact Dav El|BostonCoach for any and all of your ground transportation needs.