Euro Travel – Places to Visit in Europe

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Places to Visit in Europe

There are so many places to visit in Europe that you’ll either need a long vacation or several shorter ones to see them all, but if you want to make a start on Euro travel, here are some ideas for you, starting in the North.

The United Kingdom

With a history dating back hundreds of thousands of years and a reigning monarchy, there are dozens of places to visit in the UK alone.

You might want to start in London then visit the famous universities of Oxford or Cambridge. The Cotswolds provide unsurpassed scenic beauty and border on south Warwickshire where you’ll find Stratford-upon-Avon, the home of William Shakespeare. Then you have the Devon and Cornwall coasts which are rugged and in Cornwall especially, good for surfing.

In Wales, you’ll find Hay on Wye, capital of the second-hand book trade, Mount Snowdon and dozens of castles as well as the fantasy village of Portmerion.

In Scotland, you have the ski centre of Aviemore, Edinburgh with its historic castle and the incredible highlands and islands.

Continue your Euro travel with one of the most popular places to visit in Europe:


Paris is a must of course with its famous landmarks of the Sacré Coeur, the Eiffel Tower and Place de la Concorde. Rural France has fantastic scenery and lovely wide roads leading to the iconic beaches of the south; Cannes, Nice and Juan les Pins to name but a few. There is also the beautiful area of Provence with its fields of lavender and picturesque villages.


A trip down the Rhine is scenic and Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin historic along with the concentration camp of Dachau. For something exotic you might want to visit the Reeperbahn in Hamburg and ancient castles are also a familiar sight here.


The canals of Amsterdam and the bulb fields in spring are particularly popular.


Visit the home of the European Union in Brussels and eat the renowned mussels and chips.


Scenic and mountainous with pine trees and lakes, the home of the Gnomes is always worth a visit.


In Vienna, see the Schonbrunn Palace, formerly the home of the Austrian monarchy and now a state museum and in Innsbruck the showrooms of Swarovsky Crystal.


Historic Rome, home of the Vatican, the watery streets of Venice and Pisa, home of the leaning tower are all popular places to visit in Europe. Then you have Tuscany and Lakes Como and Garda and in the south the buried city of Pompeii and colourful Naples.


The historic city of Athens with its Parthenon is world famous but many of the Greek Islands have their own history such as Crete, Rhodes and Corfu, to name but three.


Start your Euro travel of Spain in Madrid. Abandon the frenetic Gran Via for the peaceful Retiro Gardens then visit the Prada Museum, the main art gallery of Spain. If you have time, hire a car and take a trip outside of Madrid to Toledo, Aranjuez and Segovia. Work your way south to Seville, Granada, Cordoba, Cadiz and Jerez to taste some Sherry then take in the beaches of the Costa del Sol or the Costa Blanca.

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