The Gorges du Verdon date back to (250-200 million years ago), when this part of France was under water, causing limestone and coral deposits to form, traces of which can still be seen today. The Sentier Blanc martel is a beautiful 7 hour walking route … Continue reading The number one walking route in Europe ”Sentier blanc martel” France
Lecco, Italy Lecco was named the Alpine Town of the Year in 2013. The village has a beautiful location in the North of Italy, right at the end of the famous Lake Como. Population: 48,131 2. Olden Norway Olden is super tiny – it’s area … Continue reading 14 most Beautiful Mountain Towns in Europe
MANAROLA, ITALY Go to Manarola, the oldest and second smallest of the Cinque Terre towns, for fresh seafood from the Ligurian Sea, sweet Sciacchetrà wine and some peace and quiet (no cars are allowed). To get there, take the Pisa Centrale train from any of … Continue reading Top 7 Under-the-Radar greatest european destinations
“Paris is always a good idea,” said Audrey Hepburn in the movie Sabrina. Others seem to agree because the Eiffel Tower is in fact the most visited monument in the world! At any given time, the city is heaving with tourists. But don’t let the crowds put you off. The museums in Paris are home to some fabulous artworks – the Louvre, of course, but also Musée d’Orsay, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Palace of Versailles and many more. stroll along the Left Bank, sit in one of the many street cafes and watch the world go by…
London is also one of the top 5 European cities that you shouldn’t miss. From the historic Tower of London to the modern London Eye, the city has something for everyone. The city has excellent museums – National Gallery, HMS Belfast museum. eat and drink in Covent Garden, Have a picnic at Hyde Park or try a hearty fare at one of London’s numerous pubs.
Its unique location puts Venice firmly on the list of top 5 European cities. Literally floating on a lagoon, the city is criss-crossed by numerous canals and bridges and is best explored on foot. Piazza San Marco is the number one attraction here with the impressive, mosaic-covered Basilica San Marco, the Campanile (bell tower) and Doge’s Palace in the vicinity. hop on a Venice Kayak and cruise the Grand Canal – .Head to the Rialto Market for a taste of the freshest seafood and then to one of the many hole-in-the-wall bars where locals flock for a drink and the ubiquitous ciccheti (bar snacks).
Sun-kissed Spain is a hot destination these days and its vibrant capital Madrid is at the centre of all the action. Start at Puerta del Sol (gate of the sun) and Madrid’s Central Square where you can stroll about while admiring the beautiful architecture all around. Gran Via with its bustling shops and restaurants and Mercado de San Miguel offering a plethora of local foods are two of the best places to shop. Plaza di Cibeles and Plaza Mayor are two of Madrid’s stately plazas, full of old-world charm and elegance. The massive Palacio Real (Royal Palace) is worth a visit, especially its lavish Salon del Trono (throne room), which features a ceiling fresco by Tiepolo. Madrid has many museums but the most famous one is Museo del Prado with more than 7,000 artworks and the best collection of Spanish paintings in the world.
Italy’s capital is another favourite with travellers and for a good reason. Where else will you step out of a metro station and be confronted by the ancient Colosseum? It’s surreal to say the least! Other relics from the past include the Pantheon, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill. Vatican City is another must-do – the spectacular St Peter’s Basilica has Michelangelo’s Pieta on display. The Vatican Museum is definitely worth a visit and it includes the famous Sistine Chapel. Grab a gelato and sit at the Spanish Steps or get an espresso at Antico Caffè Greco and watch the world go by. Visit Trastevere, the medieval part of Rome, which has many lovely piazzas, churches and excellent restaurants.
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The Great Elephant The mechanical elephant is 12 meters high and 8 meters wide, made from 45 tons of wood and steel. It can take up to 49 passengers for a 45-minute walk. The Marine Worlds Carousel The Marine Worlds is a huge carousel, rising … Continue reading Visit the magical place machines of the Isle of Nantes
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