Venice

Venice

Your European tour will never be complete if you don’t see Venice with your own eyes and not some filtered photo from Instagram. Venice has been a tourist destination since time immemorial. Visitors from all over the planet travel to Europe just to experience the beauty that is Venice. Here are some of the most visited places in Venice.

  • The Grand Canal

Venice is a beautiful city but most of its buildings sit atop canals. And what better way to admire the scenic view of Venetian buildings than by boat? Tourists and locals alike take gondola rides along Venice’s Grand Canal and many other intersecting canals in the city. Exploring the city by gondolas gives you a panoramic view of warehouses, bridges, gardens and other forms of Venetian architecture all floating above water.

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London

London

London is New York City’s counterpart in the Western world because the two are pretty much the same. This vibrant and bustling city boasts of its multi-cultural style. Anywhere you go; London always has something beautiful to offer you. It truly is a wonderful city that even famous Hollywood American celebrities consider it as home namely Gwyneth Paltrow. It doesn’t come as a surprise when millions of tourists are attracted to this city. Many of them even contemplated about staying there for good. Its fantastic architecture, fabulous clothing line and its authentic culinary brilliance are just some of the many reasons why people fall deeply in love with London. Here are other famous landmarks and tourist hot spots that are worth your while when you find yourself roaming the captivating streets of London.

  1. The British Museum

The British Museum acts as one of London’s tourist magnets. The museum which was founded in 1753 houses an impressive collection that covers a period of two million years of human history. Its collection revolves around human history, culture and the arts. The British Museum is geographically located in Bloomsbury, London. It is said that The British Museum exhibits a permanent collection of about eight […] Continue reading London

Paris

Paris

Audrey Hepburn once said, “Paris is always a good idea.” And we believe she has her reasons. Paris is thought to be one of the most romantic places in the world which explains why hundreds of newlyweds choose Paris as their honeymoon destination. Paris, the capital of France, welcomes over thirty million foreign visitors each year making it one of the most visited cities in the world. The hot spots in Paris such as the Arc de Triomphe and the world-renowned Eiffel Tower are always featured in Hollywood movies. Other than these historical attractions you’ll also find modern tourist spots like Disneyland Paris.

  1. Eiffel Tower

Paris wouldn’t be Paris if it weren’t for the Eiffel Tower. It seems that everyone who mentions Paris automatically associates it with the Eiffel Tower. This tower, located on the Champ de Mars in Paris, was named after Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, the engineer who designed and built the tower. This iron lattice tower was built in 1889 as an arch entrance to the World’s Fair on the same year it was built. The Eiffel Tower was initially received a lot of criticism and was mocked by leading artists because of its strange architectural design. However, eventually […] Continue reading Paris

Rome

Rome

Even a short stop to Rome is enough for you to say your Europe trip is without doubt the most memorable one you’ll ever have. Rome is a city that has a remarkably rich culture and history. Here are the top tourist spots to visit when in Rome.

  1. Trevi Foundation – Fontana di Trevi

The Trevi Fountain which in Italian is referred to as Fontana di Trevi is an iconic fountain in Rome located in the Trevi district. The Trevi Fountain was designed by a famous Italian architected named Nicola Salvi and was completed by Pietro Bracci. The fountain stands a whopping 86 feet high and 161 feet wide. It’s worth noting that the Trevi Fountain is one of the most popular fountains all over the world. It is also the largest of all Baroque fountains within the city. The fountain

  1. Il Vittoriano and Piazza Venezia

In Rome you’ll find quite a number of piazzas or town squares such as the Piazza Navonda and the Piazza del Popolo. These squares are somehow chaotic because of the bustling number of visitors but if you want to make the most out of your Rome experience there some sights around these piazzas that […] Continue reading Rome