6 Places You Should Definitely Visit In Europe

Europe is the second smallest of the world’s continents and comprises 44 countries. Europe is the perfect tourist spot if you are looking for an experience rather than a destination. Europe having so many countries allows tourists to adapt their travel experience to their needs.

So, without wasting any more time, let’s dive right in!

  1. Costa Blanca and Altea, Spain

The town of Costa Blanca is found on the Mediterranean and southeastern coast of the Alicante province in Spain. This is one of Spain’s favourite holiday destinations. This coast is very popular in summer for its social scene and beautiful beaches.

Altea is a town on Spain’s ‘White Coast’, also in the region of Alicante- on the coast of Costa Blanca. Similar to other Costa Blanca towns Altea has a new and an old neighbourhood.

Altea has excellent features; however, if you want nightlife and city lights on your vacation, Altea will not be for you. This town is a holiday for the more selective tourist who will be fascinated by its medieval cobbled streets, picture-perfect old quarter and its palm-fringed seafront promenade.
 This town is definitely Instagram worthy!

  1. Lake Como, Italy

Lake Como is a breathtaking destination made of nature and views, where you can walk, relax, discover peace and relaxation on your vacation. Lake Como is well known as one of the 007 islands. Certain scenes of the 2006 Bond movie Casino Royale were filmed here. But, that is not all Lake Como is known for, there are the Como Mountains and historic palaces you can visit.

  1. Lucca, Italy

Lucca is known throughout Italy for its medieval city walls that still surround most of the historic old town. During the Roman era, Lucca operated as a meeting place for Julius Caesar and Crassus. However the medieval architecture and history isn’t the only famous attraction, Lucca has an abundance of museums, magnificent public squares and a fine selection of restaurants and bars.

  1. Athens, Greece

Athens is the capital of Greece and one of the oldest and largest cities in Greece. the contemporary urban scenery of the city mirrors its history and culture. Athens offers the perfect Mediterranean climate with the famous Greek sunlight. Athens is the perfect all year round holiday destination.

  1. Milos, Greece

Milos Greece is well-known as one of the most exotic and laid-back islands in Greece. This island is famous for the Venus de Milo statue, which was discovered in Milos in 1820. This statue is now displayed in the Louvre Museum in Paris. That is not the only thing it is famous for, Milos beaches are iconic, and especially the magnificent Sarakiniko beach. This beach has a unique landscape, made up of volcanic polished white rock formations and crystal clear turquoise waters.

  1. Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is the capital of Hungary. It is one of Central Europe’s most popular tourist attractions and is as exciting to explore as placing NRL premiership bets. Attractions include the Buda Castle which is made of several museums including the Hungarian National Gallery, the Matthias Church, the Parliament Building and the City Park. The city has an abundance of museums, three opera houses, and thermal baths.

So, where will you visit first?

Now that you’ve got a better idea of what’s out there, it’s time to update your travel bucket list and get those passports stamped!