12 Best Places to Visit In Europe

by Travexcell Staff
15 Best Places to Visit In Europe

The Europe continent holds wonderful destinations from beautiful Paris to Amsterdam and to the beaches of Greece. there’s so much to see in Europe like beautiful mountains, beaches, historical architecture, and wonderful people. Every country is incredibly different than the next.

Europe’s capital cities all have their highs and lows, but no other continent offers travellers’ such a wealth of culture and sights within such short distances,” TripAdvisor spokesman Luke Fredberg said in a statement.

Here are the 12 top destinations in Europe

1. Eiffel Tower, France

The first thing that comes in our head when talking about Paris, is the Eiffel Tower, one of the most famous places to go in Paris. Named after engineer Gustave Eiffel, Eiffel Tower is a lattice tower made of wrought iron.Built in 1889 as the doorway to World Fair. The tallest structure in Paris – 1063 ft tall with 3 levels open for visitors .It tops the list of must see tourist places in Paris. The first two floors have eatery and shops while the top level consists of the most magnificent and best bird’s eye view of Paris. This is a place that is worth travelling. This is a place where one can have a completely different experience. It is also one of the most beautiful destination in the whole world. Without visiting this place your Paris trip remains farce.

Do see: A fabulous view of Paris from the transparent  first floor and second floor, Eiffel Tower Shops  exotic dine and wine at Le 58 tour Eiffel.

Opening hours: Mid June to early September: 9 am to 12 midnight and Rest of the year: 9:30 am to 11:30 pm

2. Trevi Fountain, Rome

Trevi Fountain, Rome

It is the city’s most popular tourist attraction, this 17th-century masterpiece has been immortalized in  various films until it is almost a required visit. Throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain is a tradition that is supposed to assure your return to Trevi Rome. Rome’s largest fountain, Fontana di Trevi is supplied by an aqueduct  constructed by Agrippa, the great art patron of the first century BC, to bring water to his baths. The fountain was made for Pope Clement XII between 1732 and 1751 by Nicolò Salvi. It depicts the sea God Oceanus (Neptune), tritons with horses and shells. The water swirls around the figures and the artificial rocks, and collects in a large basin, filled with coins.

3. The louvre paris

The louvre paris

Located in the heart of the city, Louvre is the most visited and most popular art museum and gallery in the entire world. It is also amongst the most beautiful places to travel  in Paris. Spread over  21,000 hectares of land, this museum is located in a royal fort Paris, also called the Louvre. As one of the most crowded tourist places in Paris, this exotic museum is divided into several sections – Egyptian antiquities, oriental antiquities, Islamic art, Greek and Roman art, paintings, objects of art, sculptures of medieval period,

Do visit: Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Winged Victory of Samothrace, Michelangelo’s Dying Slave, Lamassus, and Great Sphinx of Tanis

Opening hours: 9 am to 10: 30 pm on Wednesday and Friday and rest of the days from 9 am to 6 pm. It is closed on Tuesday

4. Hippodrome Istanbul

This construction of this  ancient Hippodrome was begun by Septimius Severus in AD 203 and completed by Constantine the Great in AD 330. This was the center of Byzantine public life and the scene of splendid games. Nowadays , there isn’t much of the Hippodrome left to see, except some small section of the gallery walls on the southern side, but at the Meydani park which now stands on the site is home of variety of monuments. On the northwest side there is a fountain, presented to the Ottoman sultan by the German Emperor William II in 1898. Then, heading southwest are three ancient monuments: a 20m high Egyptian obelisk  the Serpent Column brought here from Delphi by Constantine; and a stone obelisk that originally was clad in gold-covered bronze plating fewer say they were stolen by the soldiers of the 4th Crusade in 1204.

5. The london eye (Wheel)

The london eye(Wheel)

The London Eye eye (Wheel), is located in the heart of the capital, rotating over the river Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament. At 135 meters, the London Eye wheel is one of the world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheels; a feat of design and engineering it has become the modern symbol representing the capital. The experience showcases breathtaking 360-degree views of the capital and its landmarks. The gradual rotation in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules takes about 30 minutes. Enjoy by visiting the London Eye 4D Experience, free with every ticket.

6. Buckingham palace London

Buckingham palace London

Buckingham Palace standing in the centre of Westminster City of London is the residence and administrative headquarters of the monarchy of the United Kingdom. Experience the well-furnished State Rooms of one of the world’s few remaining working royal palaces and explore some of the Royal Collection’s greatest treasures on display.

Highlights of the Buckingham Palace are:

The 19 beautifully-decorated and attractive state rooms used for receiving guests and official functions

The throne rooms –  used as a backdrop for royal wedding photos

The magnificent Grand staircases.

Fine art including works by Canaletto, Rembrandt

Multimedia tour introduced by Prince Charles

7. Camp Nou Barcelona

Explore all the different parts of of the Camp Nou Barcelona as you take a tour of one of the most historical football stadiums in the world; The stands, the field, the dugout; feel the Camp Nou’s magic from the ground level. The away side’s changing room. This Barcelona football stadium is the Third largest football stadium in the World. It has a capacity of around 110,000 people and on every match practically every seat is taken.

8. Swiss national park

Switzerland’s only national park is a spectacle not to be ignored. The Schweizerischer National Park features around 172 square kilometres of unspoilt scenery from  glaciers, pastures, waterfalls and lush woodlands, making it a top place to visit in Switzerland. A total of 21 hiking routes, giving tourists a chance to glimpse its magnificent & beautiful scenery, if luck is on your side, perhaps even sight the rare golden eagles. The park is accessible from Zernez, S-chanf and Scuol.

9. The black forest, Germany

The black forest, Germany

The beautiful Black Forest with densely wooded hills is one of the most visited  regions in all of Europe. Situated in the southwest corner of Germany and extending 160 kms from Pforzheim in the north , it’s a hiker’s paradise On its west side, it descends steeply to the Rhine, crossed by lush green valleys, and on the east, it slopes more gently down to the upper Neckar valleys. Other famous spots include the spectacular Black Forest Railway centered on Triberg town with its amazing famous falls, and Triberg itself, home to the Black Forest Museum.

10. The red square, Moscow

The red square, Moscow

It is the most popular and most visited city plaza in Moscow. It includes various popular tourist attractions, such as St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin, Lenin’s Mausoleum, State Historical Museum, GUM shopping mall and the Kazan Cathedral. If you are a lover of Hollywood movies, you must have noticed the Red Square several times in those Hollywood movies. This massive city plaza is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its major role in Russian history. The Red Square is the most popular and most recognized landmark in Moscow. The St. Basil’s Cathedral is a fantastic 16th century cathedral, which today serves as a museum. The Moscow Kremlin, which is the house of the Russian President along with it’s cathedrals, palaces and towers stands west of the Square. Just in front of it is Lenin’s Mausoleum. The State Historical Museum located at the opposite end from the St. Basil’s Cathedral.

11. The cliffs of Moher, Ireland

The cliffs of Moher, Ireland

It is  Ireland’s most visited natural attraction and for a very good reason. About one and a half hours by car from Galway, in neighbouring County Clare, the cliffs are travelled  by close to a million people from across the world every year. They stretch for 8 kms along the Atlantic and rise some 214 m at their highest point. Take a walk along the trail to experience the  power of nature at its most majestic beauty.

12. Keukenhof Gardens, Netherlands

One of the Europe’s greatest attractions, the Keukenhof Gardens, referred to as “The Garden of Europe“, is the second largest flower garden in the world after Dubai Miracle Garden, and a place anyone should visit while in the Europe region. Located in the Bulb region, between Amsterdam and The Hague, Keukenhof, with its more than 7 million bulbs planted each autumn, is a magnificent variety of colors and fragrances. In addition to admiring the beautiful floral landscape, travellers can also enjoy various flower shows, markets, and parades held here throughout the year; take a  bike tour, or boat trip around the bulb fields; or have lunch in one of the onsite eataries.

The best time  to visit the Keukenhof Gardens is during spring season, when the fields are in full bloom and can be admired in their entire splendor.

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