Andorra – Have the Time of Your Life at Naturlàndia
Naturlàndia in Andorra La Vella, is an eco park for all seasons. Ride the Tobotronc, the world’s longest toboggan. Also to enjoy is cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, paintball, and airtrekking.
Armenia – Visit the Geghard Monastery
Located in Yerevan, several churches and chapels can be found within Geghard Monastery, with some of the chapels built right into the rock! The main church was constructed in the 13th century. There is a stream of spring water at one of the chapels that is said to be holy, and it is here where many locals come to splash the holy water onto themselves.
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Europe is every traveler’s dream destination with its rich history and culture. These are the 50 places you must visit during a trip to europe: Albania – a trip to the Ksamil Islands which are named after a small seaside village. Perfect destination for an intimate vacation. Andorra – the Naturlandia – It is an ecological park for all seasons. You can ski, hike in the snow, paintball or airtek there.
Travel to Europe – Ksamil Islands in Albania
Armenia– If you are interested in churches, you can visit the Geghard Monastery where you will see chapels built directly on the rocks.
Austria – a trip to the Hofburg Palace which in the 13th century was the first residence of the Hapsburg family. Today it is the office of the president, the government and there are also several museums.
Azerbaijan – Gobustan – it is a complex with cave paintings and more than 10,000 petroglyphs.
Belarus – take a walk on the Place de la Victoire – it is one of the most important places in the country with beautiful architecture from the 1950s.
Belgium – the Mini-Europe park in Brussels is where you will find miniature European monuments. It’s very interesting.
Hofburg Palace in Austria
Bosnia – the Hadzibegova Kula Fortress which was used to defend the Ottomans from the Venetians is located in the small village of Hutova, not far from Neum.
Bulgaria – St. Sofia Church – one of the oldest churches in the capital, built in the 6th century which gives the name of the city.
Croatia – take a tour of the Franciscan monastery and the Old Pharmacy in Dubrovnik – it is one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe.
Cyprus – Water World Park – it is one of the largest aqua parks in Europe which has won more than 24 international awards.
Victory Square in Minsk
The Czech Republic – Prague Castle – the palace is on a hill from which you have a beautiful view of the Vltava river. It is the most popular visit site in the city.
Denmark – Rosenborg Palace – it is located in Copenhagen and it was built in 19600.
Estonia – Toompea Palace – which is located in Tallinn and is the home of the Estonian parliament, the governor’s garden and a 46m tower !
The Mini-Europe park in Brussels
Finland – Suomenlinna Fortress – these are several islands originally built as a maritime fortress which you can access by boat from Helsinki.
France – the Louvre museum – in the heart of Paris, the largest art museum in the world and where you could smile at Mona Lisa.
Georgia – Narikala Fortress – which is located in Tbilisi and is one of the oldest fortresses in the city, some of the walls dating from the 4th century.
Germany – visit Charlottenburg Palace – the largest palace in Berlin with a 48m dome and art galleries in oak wood and porcelain.
Greece – the Palace of Knossos – it is the largest Minoan center with its 20,000 meters and the most important monument in Crete.
The Water World Park in Cyprus
Hungary – the Royal Palace – is located in Budapest which is beautiful at night with its lights up to the sky.
Iceland – The Golden Circle in Reykjavik is a route through Thingvellir National Park with extraordinary natural views.
Ireland – Kilkenny Castle – this is the most popular site for over 800 years located next to the Nore River.
Italy – Baptistery of Saint John the Baptist – one of the most important monuments in Florence. The building was constructed from the ruins of a Roman temple.
Kazakhstan – Bayterek Tower – a 105-meter observation tower with a beautiful view of the town of Atana.
St. Sofia Church in Bulgaria
Latvia – St. Peter’s Church – located on Town Hall Square in Old Riga, this church is among the oldest in the city and has been rebuilt several times.
Liechtenstein– the Museum of Fine Arts in Vaduz with a collection from the 19th century to today.
Lithuania – Presidential Palace in Vilnius which is the house of government.
Luxembourg – the Vianden castle – which was built between the 11th and the 14th century for the counts of Vianden and became the property of the Ducal Family.
Macedonia – the old market in Skopje – located not far from the Vardar river. It is the biggest market in the Balkans with a very pleasant atmosphere.
La Sagrada Familia in Spain
Malta- The Grand Master Palace – in Valletta was the official residence of the English Governors, now used as the home of the Parliament and the President.
Moldova – the Central market, open since 1825 is a very large market in a very interesting small town.
Monaco – the Prince’s Palace – in Monte Carlo, built during the 13th century offers 15 rooms open to the public.
Montenegro – The Millennium Bridge – elegant and modern located in Podgorica is a symbol of the city.
Netherlands – Anne Frank House – who was a Jewish girl who hid from the Nazis with her family in the back part of her house.
Norway– Vigelandsparken- park in Oslo is a park with 212 bronze and granite sculptures and a perfect place for a picnic.
Poland – a day in the Wieliczka mines which date back to the 13th century where you will see underground corridors, terraces and salt sculptures.
Portugal – Belém Tower – in Lisbon, built in 1515 as a fortress for the entrance to the port and used as a political prison and telegraph station.
Romania – Bran Castle – also known as Dracula’s Castle, located not far from Brasov on a hill.
Russia – St. Isaac’s Cathedral – in St. Petersburg finished in 1858 with a solid gold dome, marble floor and granite columns – the cathedral with the third largest dome in the world.
San Marino – the Rocca and Torre Cesta towers – offer magnificent views.
Serbia – the Belgrade fortress – the complex includes the fortress and the Kalemegdan park with a magnificent view towards the Danube.
Slovakia – Bratislava Castle – part of which dates from the 16th century and is the hallmark of the city of Bratislava.
Slovenia – Lake Bled – take a boat trip to the famous Pilgrimage church on an island in the lake.
The market in Macedonia
Spain – La Sagrada Familia – in Barcelona is a Gothic church built by Gaudi, part of which is still under construction.
Sweden – Djurgarden – located on an island, is a crucial center for many events with parks and attractions for tourists.
Swiss – Bahnhofstrasse – the main street of Zurich where you will find the boutiques of the biggest fashion brands as well as jewelry and chocolate shops.
Ukraine – the Odessa Academic Opera and the Ballet Theater built between 1884-1887 offer a great spectacle to its visitors.
A fortress in Finland
UK – Buckingham Palace – the home of Queen Elizabeth II offers tours from July through September.
Turkey – the Grand Bazaar – a colorful market, the largest indoor market in the world which offers sights and sounds of the city of Istanbul.
The Vatican City – St. Peter’s Basilica – which has a large collection of works of art such as the Sistine Chapel and the Pietà.
Knossos Palace in Greece
Rosenborg Palace in Copenhagen
The covered market in Istanbul
Lake Bléd in Slovenia
Anne Frank House in Amsterdam
The Millennium Bridge in Montenegro
Belem tower in Portugal