For you to cut a fair travel deal in 2023, we are back with something awesome after doing our homework well. Going to Europe is not an everyday event. That’s why we’ve put together the top ten destinations in Europe on one plate. The ongoing pandemic has put all of us on a pause and travel halt for a long while now. But, the moment life gets back to normal, we want you to travel incredibly. These ten European cities are worth a visit and deserve a stay, exploration, and a unique place in your travel diaries!

  1. Budapest, Hungary

The most similar to a Disney tale city you’ll ever visit in Europe’s Hungary would be none other than Budapest. Blessed to have such a beautiful town, Budapest is like what comes alive from a fairy wand. Budapest has plenty of World Heritage Sites to have landmarks like Buda Castle Quarter, Banks of the Danube, Heroes’ Square, Andrássy Avenue, and the Millennium Underground Railway in its bucket. The stoned streets of the city are also fine pieces of architecture.

Budapest Hungary

  1. Rome, Italy

Often coined as a romantic city with Venice, Rome is perfect for couples. Not only is it the capital city of Italy but also it’s capital of the Lazio Region. The home to one of the world’s wonders, Colosseum, Rome, has a few more places like St. Peter’s Basilica, Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona to stun you completely. Rome is a mixed city with history, culture, outdoors, museums, markets, and child-friendly activities to attract tourists worldwide. Strike on the streets rather than going to a restaurant to eat the best.

Rome Italy

  1. Stockholm, Sweden

Don’t get too surprised if you sway by seeing the magical capital city of Sweden, Stockholm. The town is a collection of 14 islands conceived of old mansions, museums, shops, and imperial palaces. Stockholm is sassy in summer, offering you to dip yourself in its tranquil sea beaches or have sunbathed naked. While in winter, you can save yourself from the cold by having a sauna or playing in its game bars. The restaurant and coffee places are to die for, and its food is just ravishing.Plus, you can always bike or drive to its impeccable boroughs in the daytime.

  1. Paris, France

The city of lights! Hauling up your car roof rack, you can meander the cityscapes, and stop by an elegant hotel to book a stay. Paris is a place that won’t disappoint you at any point in time. While you can see the dangling lights of the Eiffel Tower holding your partner’s hand, the city gets ready to offer you the best cuisines and impressive café lattes. Shopping the world’s finest fashion, sipping the greatest French wines, and watching a classic cabaret show are wonderful things you can do while being in Paris.

Paris France

  1. Split, Croatia, Greece

Nestled on the lagoons of the Adriatic Sea, Split is an equally sophisticated city like Dubrovnik. The second-largest in Croatia, and the largest in the Dalmatian Region, Split is more of a historical and cultural retreat. The Diocletian’s Palace, Saint Domnius Cathedral, Mestrovic Gallery, and Bacvice Beach are four must-have things to have on your Split’s travel itinerary. The Roman emperor, Diocletian’s Palace, dates back to 1,700 years and is placed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list in Europe.

  1. Barcelona, Spain

If you want to fly to an extraordinary European city, you’ll be glad to know that flights to Barcelona in the UK are comparatively cheaper. Anyone could have guessed the popularity of Spain’s Barcelona knowing this! Barcelona boasts of Gaudi’s architectural works. La Sagrada Familia Church is top-notch! The collection follows Gaudi’s other designed monuments, viz. Park Güell, Casa Milà, and Casa Batlló. Apart from that, La Rambla, Mercado de La Boqueria, Montjuïc & Picasso Museum collectively make Barcelona worth visiting.

Barcelona Spain

  1. Berlin, Germany

From all those Hollywood movie robberies, one thing you can predict about Berlin is that it’s too precious. The metropolitan Berlin city is the capital of Germany. Since 2000, the city has witnessed a cosmopolitan entrepreneurial environment. The Brandenburg Gate, The Reichstag Building, The Berlin Wall Memorial, The Museum Island, and The Berlin Cathedral are sure sites to have on your to-do list. Do not miss the visit to the Christmas market. It’s a retreat to eye and soul both ways.

  1. Porto, Portugal

It would be difficult for you to put either of the Douro River or Port Wine Cellars on rank one during Porto’s visit. Immensely known for above both, Porto is a city you’ll fall in love with. What can be more tempting than to visit a city which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site entirely? A city that attracted different rulers from time to time, from Romans to Moors, has a multi-layered historical significance. Stop by Luís I Bridge, Clérigos Church & its Bell Tower, São Bento Station, Bolsa Palace and Jardins do Palácio de Cristal for a lifelong memory.

  1. Sofia, Bulgaria

The wow factor, the city of Sofia, carries is what you’ll find nowhere else in Bulgaria. The ski resorts and hiking trails in Mount Vitosha will surely pull over your stay for a few more days in Sofia. The city is not metro yet is a modern place with a cheerful vibe and delightful monuments. You can go caving, walking tours, and day tours if you have time and liberty to experience the Bulgarian cityscape treasure in Sofia.

  1. Kamianets Podilskyi, Ukraine

Exceptionally famous for its preserved Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle and old town, Kamianets Podilskyi is the most beloved western city in Ukraine. While most of the travelers visit Lviv or Tunnel of Love, the fame of Kamianets Podilskyi remains underrated. Enough to amaze tourists, the town has cobblestone houses, historical streets, and murals depicting the city’s traditions. The 14th-century Castle is the center of attraction, followed by the Castle Bridge, National Historical and Smotrytsky Canyon to please global travelers.

Towards The End

Europe is magnificent. Whichever city you land on, whoever meets you during the trip, wherever you wish to visit, and whatsoever you choose to pursue, you’ll be flattered with Europe’s versatility. It’s pretty challenging to accommodate all of these ten fascinating cities in one trip. Make sure you plan and make your itinerary that allows you to make the most out of it.

One thing you can’t do after knowing about these appealing cities is giving up on visiting them all!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *