The Most Beautiful Places in Europe

The Most Beautiful Places in Europe

From the spectacular ancient relics of Greece to the elegant canals of Venice to the art of Florence, there are a lot of beautiful places to visit in Europe. If you are planning to travel to Europe, don’t forget to include these places in your must-visit list.

Acropolis

Acropolis is one of the best places that you should visit if you love history. The historical site is located in Athens and is home to the Parthenon. You’ll not only enjoy picturesque views of Athens from here, but also get a close up look at ancient ruins and buildings.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge was built in 1894 and stands over the River Thames in London. The splendid walkways of the bridge give you magnificent views of London. Why don’t you visit the engine rooms? The steam engines that control the bridge are contained in these rooms.Image result for The Most Beautiful Places in Europe

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle is more than 1,000 years old. You can visit the surrounding gardens, see the scenic views and tour the castle with your family and friends.

Big Ben

Big Ben is the biggest turret clock tower in the world. It is one of the most popular landmarks in London. While it doesn’t offer public tours, the clock tower looks amazing particularly at night when it’s lit up.

Lake Como – Bellagio

Lake Como is famous for its inverted “Y” shape. It is almost 2 miles wide and 28 miles long, making Lake Como one of Europe’s deepest lakes and Italy’s third largest lake. If you want to see the lake, you need to find a hotel Lake Como where you can stay. Grand Hotel Tremezzo is one of the most popular choices among tourists.  Grand Hotel Tremezzo also offers picturesque views of Bellagio.

The Roman Coliseum

The Roman Coliseum was initially a large amphitheater that could accommodate over 50,000 people. The grand site boasts remarkable ancient architecture that you’d definitely want to see.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace has been the home of British royalty since 1837. If you want to see what’s inside the State Rooms of the palace, make sure to plan your travel in August or September.

Cathedral Notre-Dame

If you are visiting France, don’t forget to stop by the Cathedral Notre-Dame. The cathedral boasts dazzling columns, windows and statues, making it one of the must-visit places for those who love art.

St. Michaeliskirche

St. Michaeliskirche is located in Hamburgh, Germany. If you enter the church during the day, you don’t have to pay for anything and you can enjoy the picturesque views of Hamburg for free.

La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia is located in Barcelona, Spain. The unfinished church was designed by the popular architect Antoni Gaudi, but he died before the completion of the structure. La Sagrada Familia boasts innovative architecture and remarkably designed towers.

 

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