Planning to visit Europe? Here are our Top 10 recommendations.
The City of Love or the City of Light, whichever one you prefer, draws millions of visitors every year with its unforgettable beauty and ambience.
The River Seine flows through the city, flanked by stately museums, centuries-old churches, and blocks of Rococo- and Neoclassic-design architecture, further enhanced by cascading trees and glowing streetlamps.
Must-sees in Paris are the biggest designers on the Champs Élysées, shops and restaurants in Le Marais, the Eiffel Tower and of course The Louvre and other famous museums
Don’t forget to taste a macaron!
On the subject of macarons, you can get the fantastic French treat at Laduree in the Harrods department store in Knightsbridge.
London has everything to offer to the traveller, from the best restaurants to world class museums, art galleries and the famous West End shows.
Amsterdam is probably the most interesting city in the world and you will definitely not be bored.
Amsterdam is way more than the Red Light District and “coffee shops” selling weed. The canals are perfect to cycle or walk along and don’t miss the boutiques of Nine Little Streets.
Attractions range from viewing the Holocaust through the eyes of Anne Frank; from exploring the swirling Expressionism of Vincent van Gogh to enjoying a Heineken in one of the thousands of interesting pubs.
- Dublin and Ireland
Fancy of Guinness, a fantastic meal and live music? Then look no further, Ireland is the place to visit. Dublin is the largest city in Ireland and a must see.
One has the visit the land that invented golf and whisky!
Here are the Top 10 things to do in Scotland.
When thinking of Barcelona, one cannot help to think of Tapas, the architecture of Gaudi and Freddy Mercury singing the theme song to the Barcelona Olympics
In Barcelona,the beach is bustling but in this fantastic city, most of the activity revolves around Las Ramblas, a series of narrow streets and alleys packed with restaurants, nightclubs and a vibrant pedestrian market.
Please take a tour of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces:
Rome, the city of seven hills, enjoyed a mythic beginning. Romulus and Remus – twin brothers who were nursed by a she-wolf and fathered by a war god – reportedly founded the Eternal City.
Any traveller will tell you that there is something magical about Rome. Whether it’s the mystery of nearby Vatican City or the ghosts of the Colosseum, an afternoon caffè on Piazza Navona or a piled-high plate of pasta at a trattoria, Roma is sure to enchant.
- Switzerland and the Alps
Chocolate, cheese and Heidi… Oh don’t forget mountains, lakes, clocks, swiss army knives and so much more.
The Swiss Alps in winter is not only a playground for the rich and famous. Yes, there are many luxury resorts but also no end in sight for family entertainment. All the Swiss cities are world class and one cannot miss places like Zurich and Geneva.
Spend 2-3 days in Venice, and you’ll be able to experience the city’s many highlights and visit a few of the surrounding islands, like Burano and Morano.
Venice is both romantic and enchanting. Yes, that may be cliché to say, but once you see the city on the water for yourself, you’ll surely agree.
Stockholm is known as one of the most inclusive and welcoming cities in the world. Its contemporary, urban appeal is balanced with centuries-old history and closeness to nature. As for the things to do in Stockholm, the list is endless.
Spreading idyllically across a Baltic Sea archipelago of fourteen islands, it’s easy to see why the Swedish capital of Stockholm has acquired the nickname “Venice of the north”. It seems as if wherever you look, your gaze is met by water.
Located on Sweden’s southeast coast, Stockholm weather changes according to four distinct seasons. Summers are warm – sometimes quite hot – and it rarely gets dark during summer nights. The winters may be mild and rainy but can also be quite cold and snowy. The colours of autumn are spectacular in the city parks, and spring is welcomed by locals, wrapped in blankets and sipping a drink, at outdoor restaurants and cafés.
The city is easy to get around on foot or public transport, and its various districts have their own unique vibes – the island of Södermalm has a laid-back air and is a draw for the creative set, while Östermalm is the picture of refined elegance. Nestling between these two areas, Norrmalm is a busy and vibrant downtown spot, and you’ll find the charming Old Town (Gamla Stan) south of Norrmalm.