In everydaylife and full employment, people are constantly forgetting that their common house named the planet Earth is immense and peppered. All its beautiful places are simply impossible to re-read, not to visit. The most amazing places to visit in Europe, where the spirit is breathtaking and the heart is beating fast from the scene natural beauty, the place where the soul asks to return and where time slows down its course.
What do you need to know about Europe before you go there?
Europe is one of the parts of the world, the area of which is more than 10 million square kilometers. More than 700 million people live on its territory, which is about 10% of the total population of the planet Earth. One-quarter of Europe consists of the islands. Europe is considered the world homeland of various festivals. For example, the Oktoberfest beer festival takes place in Germany every year, and in France – the Cannes Film Festival, in Spain – Tomatina. The largest city in Europe is Paris, the capital of France, and the smallest city and state at the same time is the Vatican. In Europe, there are no deserts. But the climate in different countries is also different. In winter it can be very cold and in summer it is very hot. In the countries of continental Europe is right-hand traffic.
Most amazing places to visit
Var, Provence (France). This is really an amazing place. It can charm with the beauty of any person. Here, the endless lavender fields are replaced by the clear waters of the gorge of Gorges du Verdon. In small but cozy villages you will see stone houses of local residents. Here you will not find large tourist crowds, and this will allow you to enjoy local views, food and tranquility.
Sistine Chapel, Italy. Perhaps the most famous work of the genius of Michelangelo is here. The opportunity to see the masterpiece with my own eyes and try to imagine how the great master worked on the fresco makes this place truly amazing and a must for viewing.
Ancient temple, which was preserved from the fifth century BC, is amazing. Acropolis is perhaps the most visited place in Greece.
This fossilized cascade of a powerful waterfall is located in the south-western region of Turkey. The natural steps with thermal water are next to the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis. Pamukkale is considered to be the most visited tourist attraction in Turkey and worthy of seeing it with your own eyes.
One of the most economical ways to travel around Europe is to use low-cost airlines. The ticket price is really low, and the level of comfort on board the aircraft is quite suitable for short flights. In case the airline does not have the necessary flight, there are other options, for example, a train. Within any European country, as well as between countries, it is convenient to move on the railway transport. As a rule, the distances between cities are not great, so a train ride cannot be tiresome. So in Europe there are many bus routes. This is suitable for those who plan short journeys, since long trips are not entirely convenient. In addition, for those who want to have more freedom of movement, European cities offer car rental.
In Europe are hundreds of beaches in dozens of different countries. Here are the most amazing of them.
The Golden Horn, Croatia.
This beach is considered the best beach in Croatia and one of the best not only in Europe, but all over the world! It is located on the island of Brach. The beach, covered with white pebbles, is washed by the Adriatic Sea.
Navaio Bay, Greece
The island of Zakynthos is one of the most scenic places in Greece. Here, in the bay of Navaio, there is a unique and beautiful beach of Europe. Its main uniqueness lies in the blue sea and white rocks that surround the beach and amaze with its beauty of every vacationer.
Rest on the beaches of Portugal means bathing not in the sea, but in the ocean. Located on the shores of the Atlantic coast and surrounded by cliffs, Sagres is one of Portugal’s best beaches.
Sveti Stefan, Montenegro
Sveti Stefan Beach is considered to be one of the best beaches in Montenegro. The length of the beach is more than a kilometer. For his free visit, his left side is open; the right part belongs to the hotel. To the services of the guests are bars, cafes, restaurants, showers, chaise lounges, locker rooms, sports grounds, a pier, parking for cars, a diving club – in general anything you can wish for.
Bathing here is a real pleasure. The beach of Oludeniz is covered with small pebbles; the entrance to the water is along it. The color of the water is very beautiful, different shades of blue and green. However, it is better not to swim in the bay, but from that side of the cape, from where the view of the sea.
Amazing historical places
Many European cities have preserved their historical heritage even to this day. So wherever you go, there is a meeting with the historical past waiting for you everywhere: in the form of monuments, temples, chapels, houses and even streets. Each European landmark, regardless of age, has its own surprising history. And you, planning your journey through Europe, can really touch this story, feel it with your own hands and feet. France, Germany, Spain, Serbia, Bulgaria and Italy and many more European countries are ready to tell and show many interesting historical places. Palaces and castles of Germany and France, Spanish and Italian cities with their unique architecture and location, the unique nature of Iceland, Switzerland and Norway all this is only part of the list of the most amazing historical places. In any city in any country in Europe you will find a lot of positive impressions.
What to Eat in Europe
Take a look at the Michelin guide and find the best restaurants of the countries you visited. If your budget is a little more restricted, you can go for street delicacies.
Where to Stay
With good research you can find many European hotelssuitable for your budget. The hotel prices you visit vary according to the country’s economy and the service they offer. You can find cheaper hotel alternatives in Central and Eastern Europe, and you can stay in more luxurious hotels in Western Europe.