If you are planning a European vacation, you may be wondering about the 10 most visited cities in Europe. Where should you explore? What European cities offer the most interest and intrigue to you personally? There are 10 European cities which you must consider on your next holiday.
- London. Tourists to London, England, flock to the Tower of London as well as St. Paul’s Cathedral and Kensington Palace. From the Cathedral floor of St. Paul’s Cathedral, visitors experience a breathtaking view of London while visitor’s to the Tower of London can view the Crown jewels, and visitors to Kensington Palace, the most recent home of the late Princess Diana, can experience an array of exhibits and activities in one of the most visited cities in Europe.
- Paris. Creating a home for the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and the Notre Dame Cathedral are only a few of the many notable claims to fame of this amazing European city. One cannot visit Paris, France, without ascending the Eiffel Tower or viewing Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa in the Louvre. Food, wine, architecture and atmosphere create an unrivaled romantic atmosphere in one of the most visited cities in Europe.
- Rome. Visitors to the Colosseum and the Pantheon in Rome, Italy, are transported to the ancient world in a way that books and the internet cannot enlighten. The art and architecture of one of the finest cities in Europe, in combination with the dining and hospitality make it an amazing tourist vacation.
- Barcelona. Visitors to Barcelona, Spain, are undoubtedly destined to experience the rich Spanish culture and heritage of one of the most popular cities in Europe. In addition to the sights, sounds and tastes of the Spanish European city, visitors should experience the Picasso Museum and nightly performances at The Magic Fountain of Montjuic.
- Dublin. In Dublin, Ireland, you can experience the amazing Irish culture from visiting the shops and partaking in Guinness in one of Dublin’s fine pubs to experiencing the National Museum of Ireland or visiting the birthplace of renowned author George Bernard Shaw and the James Joyce Museum.
- Madrid. Whether you are visiting to enjoy the traditional Flamenco dancers or the fine foods and wines of Madrid, Spain, this popular European city is amazing to tourists. A visit to Madrid is not complete without attending a soccer game in El Estádio de Santiago Bernabéu.
- Amsterdam. Visit the Amsterdam Canals, which have been called the Venice of the North during your visit to this European city. From the beautiful countryside to the offerings of the The Leidseplein or Leidse-square and the “Red Light District”, Amsterdam allows quite a taste of the local culture and atmosphere.
- Prague. Plan a trip to the Astronomical Clock, first installed in 1410 and rebuilt and maintained throughout the centuries, or visit one of the city’s cathedrals, castles, libraries or museums.
- Moscow. Visitors seek out Red Square; St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s Mausoleum, the Kremlin, and the Bolshoi Theater for historical and cultural experiences in Russia’s capitol city.
- Vienna. From the historical castles and cathedrals to the world famous Vienna Opera House and the Naschmarkt, one of the most popular and well known markets in Austria, the sites and attractions of Vienna make it one of the most popular cities in Europe for tourists and visitors.
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