We have made a list of 10 places worth knowing in Europe, especially the most basic ones!
Europe is full of places worth knowing. Of the classics, like Paris, the younger cities, like Amsterdam, are not lacking in options! In our list we include some of these places that you can not miss!
Paris is the most romantic city in the world! Seeing the Eiffel Tower, the symbol of the city for the first time is breathtaking for anyone. From there, you can visit Montmartre, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum.
Capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is famous for its crowded bike streets. In addition, the city is all surrounded by canals. Do not forget to take the walking tour of the Jordaan and canals belt, visit the Rijksmuseum and the Anne Frank House. Lastly, go on the Dam square where the city started.
Located on the banks of the River Elbe and on the border with the Czech Republic, Dresden is a city steeped in history and beauty. Regardless of how much time you spend in the city, be sure to visit the main points, such as the Frauenkirche, Zwinger and the Residenzschloss.
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is the largest city and capital of the Czech Republic. To know the main sights you will not have as many problems, since the most tourist areas are close to each other. Do not miss the Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock, the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle.
Poland is a surprising destination in Europe. The more than a thousand years of the city impress. The historic center has survived the attacks of World War II and is now one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Be sure to visit Market Square and Wawel Castle.
Vienna is the capital of Austria and reserves beautiful places, full of history and glamor. A detail that does not lack there is music, there are many options of operas and concert houses. Do not forget to visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg, the Museumsquartier and the Kunsthistorisches Museum.
Buddha was a city, Plague was another. In 1873 they were unified and became Budapest, the present capital of Hungary. This is a city that deserves to be discovered calmly, walking with a watchful eye to understand the recent historical past. Be sure to visit Castle Hill, the Hungarian National Gallery and the St. Stephen’s Basilica.
Dubrovnik is the darling of Cróacia and the most visited city of the country. Do not forget to visit Old Dubrovnik, the medieval walled city that was once declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Other points of interest are Franciscan Monastery and Museum and Fort Lovrijenac.
The city is small in size but has several attractions, bustling nightlife and good structure for tourism. In addition, it is considered the city with the most accessible and beautiful beaches in the Algarve. Do not forget to visit Dona Ana Beach, which has already been classified as the most beautiful in the world.
It is the largest city in the region of Tuscany, Italy. For art lovers, the city is replete with references to the Renaissance through paintings, sculptures and architecture. The Basilica Santa Maria del Fiore, lined with green, pink and white marble, is Florence’s main attraction. Be sure to cross the Ponte Vecchio on foot and climb the Piazzale Michelangelo for a panoramic view.