This is where one can experience such a rich concentration of different languages, cultures, cuisines, histories, landscapes and human settlements so relatively close together and so readily accessible. Countries can be visited in isolation, or better still in a combination by car, rail, boat, or on foot. Each country will leave you wanting more of Europe`s diverse banquet.
Vienna, Austria

Austria’s capital Vienna offers a blend of imperial traditions, music, and endearing charm. A city that inspires with the old and the new alike, and always has a cosy place available in a coffee house or wine tavern.

Brussels, Belgium

Every European country has its indulgences, from Italy’s pasta and gelato to France’s croissants and cheeses. But Brussels is really a city made for a foodie. Whether it’s the chocolate and beer or the ultimate Belgian waffles, this town has made an art form out of all our edible vices.

Paris, France

The Eiffel Tower was the principal exhibition of the Paris Exposition of 1889. It was constructed for the commemoration of the centennial of French Revolution and to demonstrate France’s industrial power to the world. Nowadays is the emblem of the city of Paris and it’s considered an architectural wonder of the world.

Bradenburg Gate, Berlin

Brandenburg Gate is the first stop for every visitor to Berlin! The city’s iconic landmark offers fascinating insights into the city’s history. Constructed between 1788 and 1791, the Brandenburg Gate was Berlin’s first Greek revival building.

Santorini, Greece

Watching the horizon melt from a bluebird hue to Creamsicle orange across the sea is breathtaking. And seeing it wash over this Greek island’s white buildings as they shift into a shadowy lavender color only adds to its splendor.

Venice, Italy

Riding a gondola in Venice is also undeniably fun. It’s impossible to remain cynical in the face of so much Venetian charm — the boats are even curved in the shape of a smile. Plus, no one can argue it isn’t authentic. The striped shirts, straw hats, and neckerchiefs of the gondoliers all have a deep history.

Monte-Carlo, Monaco

This country, one of Europe’s smallest, has an oversized glitz factor thanks to all the high-rollers it attracts. Bathed in Mediterranean sunshine, blessed with beaches and world famous designer shopping, Monaco encapsulates many people`s idea of the “good life”.

Amsterdam, Holland

Visit the world-famous 17th century capital of Holland. Enjoy the historic buildings, beautiful museums and pleasant ambiance. Go for a boat tour on the canals, stroll through Vondelpark, and go shopping in the inner city. Amsterdam is a unique city!

Belem Tower, Portugal

The Torre de Belem was constructed in the 16th century to serve as a fortress protecting the city of Lisbon. ... Many explorers, including Vasco de Gama and Ferdinand Magellan, set sail from Lisbon Harbor and passed by this magnificent tower.

Moscow, Russia

Born from a basement that served as a basis for nine small churches built one after another and connected with galleries and passageways, the St. Basil’s Cathedral on Red Square is a can’t miss attraction in Moscow. This crazy confusion of colors, patterns, and shape is the culmination of a style that is unique to Russian architecture.

Northern lights, Scandinavia

Witnessing the northern lights is a transformational bucket-list experience that many people wait years—even a lifetime—to see, since the conditions need to be perfect for this spectacular display to take place. The best places in the world are usually closer to the Arctic Circle, including Alaska, Canada, Iceland, Greenland, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

Barcelona, Spain

Paris has the Eiffel Tower, London has Big Ben, and Barcelona has the Sagrada Familia. This Catholic Church looks nothing like the gothic cathedrals spotted elsewhere in Europe. Instead, four towers reminiscent of honeycomb front the organic structure. Architect Antoni Gaudí considered the church a “bible in stone,” so the facade is coated with ornate carvings depicting biblical stories.



London, United Kingdom

Enjoy amazing 360-degree views over London from the London Eye, a rotating observation wheel which is 135 metres (443 ft) high. Spot some of the capital's most iconic landmarks, including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.

St. Peter`s Basilica, Vatican City

One of the largest churches in the world, St. Peter’s Basilica, was built during the Italian Renaissance and it’s located in the Vatican. The imposing structure was built over a span of more than one hundred years by the most excellent Italian architects of the period.