5 European Holiday Destinations to Consider

Travelling through Europe can be a memorable occasion, especially when there are so many wonderful countries across the continent just waiting to be explored. Whether you’re alone, with family or with friends, there’s always something to do in these popular countries. Follow this guide to see the best Europe has to offer.

1. Rome, Italy

Rome, Italy

Rich with history and famous landmarks, Rome is the place to visit to see history come back to life. It is the perfect place to sight-see and explore historic buildings, with countless activities that can keep you entertained for hours.

With great sights such as The Colosseum, St Peter’s Square, Trevi Fountain and The Vatican, Rome plays host to some of the world’s most-famous monuments. Italy is just one of those countries you can find yourself being lost in – in a good way – as the rich culture and full history are evident as soon as you land.

Of course it’s not all about tourism. There are plenty of events to partake in, including heading to the Teatro Colosseo for theatre performances, playing laser tag at Xcalibur Laser Game Roma and even attending a football match at Stadio Olimpico.

2. Paris, France

Paris, France

Who doesn’t want to go to Paris at least once in their lifetime? The city often tops the list for being the most visited city in the world and it is no wonder why. With such high levels of attractions, there is something of interest for everyone.

The Eiffel Tower is by all means the one landmark everyone wants to see. Millions of people visit the 317-metre tall construction and stand in line to see the outstanding view from the top. Yet it’s not just the tower that is worth seeing. The Louvre is one of the world’s largest museums and Disneyland Paris has been home to immense tourist attraction.

Demand for Disneyland Paris tickets is high so book early to avoid disappointment. This just demonstrates how many people desire to come to France just for the attractions. Paris still remains one of the best cities for a romantic holiday but it is fun for the whole family too.

3. London, England

London, England

Amidst the cold temperature and the rainy weather, England still has plenty on show to give you a fun day out with many activities to get your teeth into. The 2012 London Olympics may be over but the event demonstrated just how entertaining London can be.

You can check out the clock tower that is Big Ben, cross the famed Tower Bridge, take a ride on the London Eye and even climb the o2 building. Football is a major part of the country and some of the best stadiums are in London, including Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium and Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge. Why not buy a match-day ticket and join in the fun?

London is a place for Michelin-star restaurants too so if you want to eat at the very best, try Restaurant Gordon Ramsay or even The Ledbury for some of the finest cuisines in the country.

4. Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain

The second-largest city in Spain to Madrid, Barcelona is also the capital city of Catalonia, a small region of Northern Spain. The significance of this is that Catalonia has its own level of tradition and cuisine from the mainland, giving you more to do than in some other areas of Spain.

The blending of varying cultures is what makes Barcelona so interesting and by heading to Passeig de Gracia, you will immediately see the impact. The major street is lined with shops, restaurants, bars and even contains some world-renowned landmarks, including Casa Mila and Casa Battlo.

If you go to Barcelona, you simply must go to Camp Nou and see the immense trophy room of football’s current greatest team and world-famous star, Lionel Messi. Also, if you really want to get active, you can head to Tibidabo Mountain and test your fitness by trying to get to the top.

5. Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

The city of Istanbul is located exactly where two continents meet – Asia and Europe. The mixture of both these cultures and traditions allows you to spend your holiday getting the very best from both continents. The Bosphorus Strait divides Istanbul into two and can be used to enjoy a cruise on and see the wonderful creatures of the deep.

As Istanbul carries a rich background, you’ll find plenty of unique things to see and do, one of the best being a hotel that was formerly an Ottoman palace. You can also take a look at The Bosphorus Bridge, Galata Tower and even treat a loved one at the Maiden’s Tower restaurant to enjoy the sunset.

There is plenty of history available to see and one of the most popular destinations include Hagia Sophia Museum, which breathes multicultural life. If you’re looking for a city full of culture and wonder, look no further than Istanbul.

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