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The most spectacular monument in Europe
Plaza de España, Sevilla
Address - Av. Isabel la Católica, 41004 Seville, Spain
Highlights - Flamenco dancers, canal, architecture
Rating - 5/5
The Plaza de España was inaugurated in 1929 as a space for the Ibero-American Exposition of the same year.
Now it’s a spectacle of light and majesty, framed in the Maria Luisa Park.
While the locals mainly visit the park to relax, jog or walk the dog, Plaza de España is mainly visited by tourists (domestic and foreign).
It has become a frequent «ritual» for national visitors to be photographed in front of the space dedicated to their province of Spain with the beautiful decorated tiles.
Under the arches you can usually find local artists, especially Flamenco dancers and singers, typical Sevilla.
And if you’re feeling romantic, you can row a boat in the canal. Bear in mind, it is quite an effort.
TripAdvisor users have rated it as the most spectacular monument in Europe and the second most spectacular in the world.
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Magnetic Rome is awaiting your arrival.
Bongiorno￼, it’s the perfect time to visit the most magical and majestic city in all of Europe….Fantastic Rome!
Stroll down the ancient cobblestone streets, I was Julius Caesar once did￼ and sample foods rich in culture and bursting with Italian flavors. Fresh cheese and handmade pasta, succulent sauces and fresh seafood or just a few of the flavors that make Rome the European food capital of the world￼.￼ Rome offers such famous landmarks as the Roman Colosseum, Trevi fountain, #romevacation Pantheon and hundreds of other world famous landmarks. It’s always time to come back to Rome.￼#italy #eurotrip #europeanarchitecture #europe
Palace of Versailles
A first time trip to Paris requires a visit to the Palace of Versailles to learn how French royalty once indulged. There are frequent trains from Paris to Versailles, and then there is a short trek to the palace grounds (recommend to purchase all tickets online). Inside the palace are amazing displays of gold and artwork, showcasing the opulence and wealth of the former French empire. There are also garden tours, which I regrettably didn’t have enough time to explore, so I must leave that on my list of must dos for my next visit to Versailles!
When architecture and nature meet!
Kegelgasse 36-38, 1030 Wien, Austria
Take a journey to the vibrant city of Vienna and explore its incredible contemporary architecture. Hundertwasserhaus is an iconic building composed of bright colors and unique designs that will take your breath away. From the wavy lines to the colorful balconies, this extraordinary structure will leave you in awe. Immerse yourself in this modern-day masterpiece and experience something truly special, where nature and modern architecture equally coexist.
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Chathredral Of Santa Marina del Fiore
Getting There - Piazza del Duomo,50122 Firenze FL, Italy.
Attractions - It is absurd stunning and a lot of history place in Florence, Italy.
An amazing Historic Chathredal, Beautiful and historical of Church, spectacular architecture, painting and Sculpture, Uneseco protected buildings.
#church#historicculture #italy #florence #europeanarchitecture
Fisherman's Bastion fortress is a historical landmark in Budapest, Hungary, that offers breathtaking views of the city and the Danube River. Built in the late 19th century, between around 1895 to 1902 the bastion was designed to provide a panoramic lookout point over the city and to serve as a lookout point for defenses and was named after the fishermen who once defended this part of the city walls. The Bastion features seven towers that represent the seven Hungarian tribes who founded Hungary in the 9th century. The towers are decorated with intricate details, archways, and balconies, and provide a stunning backdrop for photos. Visitors can climb the stairs to the top of the bastion to enjoy the panoramic views of Budapest, including the Hungarian Parliament Building, the Chain Bridge, and the Buda Castle. Fisherman's Bastion is a must-visit attraction for anyone traveling to Budapest, and its stunning views and rich history make it as a truly remarkanle experiences to have.#fortress #mytripvlog #europeanarchitecture #oldtown
Century old bridge(Charles bridge)
The Charles Bridge, a historic landmark in Prague, Czech Republic, is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture that spans the Vltava River. Commissioned by King Charles IV in the 14th century, the bridge features a series of 30 statues and is adorned with intricate details, such as the 16 arches that support it. The bridge is a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike, with artists and musicians often performing on the bridge for passersby. From the Charles Bridge, visitors can enjoy stunning views of the city's skyline and the surrounding hills. Despite the crowds that gather on the bridge, the Charles Bridge remains a romantic and enchanting destination that offers a glimpse into Prague's rich history and culture.#oldarchitecture #bridges #centurypark #mytripvlog #europeanarchitecture
Hofburg cuktural structures
The Hofburg in Vienna is one of the most impressive cultural and historical landmarks in Austria. This stunning palace complex has been the seat of power for the Habsburg dynasty for over six centuries, and its grandeur and beauty continue to attract visitors from all over the world today.
The Hofburg is an enormous palace complex, covering over 240,000 square meters and comprising more than 2,600 rooms. This vast complex includes numerous museums, galleries, and other attractions, including the Imperial Apartments, the Sisi Museum, and the Imperial Silver Collection.
One of the most impressive features of the Hofburg is its stunning architecture. The palace complex is a true masterpiece of Baroque and Renaissance design, with ornate facades, grand staircases, and opulent interiors that are sure to take your breath away.
One of the most popular attractions at the Hofburg is the Imperial Apartments. These lavish rooms were once the private residence of the Habsburg emperors and their families, and they offer a fascinating glimpse into the lives of Austria's most powerful rulers. Visitors can explore the ornate chambers, admire the priceless works of art, and learn about the history of the Habsburg dynasty.
Overall, the Hofburg in Vienna is a truly remarkable attraction that offers something for everyone. Whether you're interested in history, art, or architecture, this stunning palace complex is sure to leave a lasting impression on you.#oldtown #oldarchitecture #europeanarchitecture #europetravel
heroes plaza in Budapest(Plaza de los Heroes)
Budapest's Plaza de los Héroes (also known as Hősök tere) is a magnificent public square that honors Hungary's most iconic leaders and notable figures. The square is located at the end of Andrássy Avenue, one of the city's most prominent streets, and is home to stunning statues and monuments that pay tribute to Hungary's rich history and cultural heritage.
The central feature of the Plaza de los Héroes is the Millennium Monument, a massive column that stands over 100 feet tall and is topped with a statue of the archangel Gabriel. The column is surrounded by sculptures of Hungarian leaders and statesmen, including King Saint Stephen, who founded Hungary in the 10th century, and Lajos Kossuth, a political leader who played a key role in the country's fight for
Whether you're a history buff, an art lover, or simply admire magnificent public spaces, the Plaza de los Héroes is a must-visit destination in Budapest. Its impressive statues, monuments, and cultural institutions offer a fascinating glimpse into Hungary's rich past and vibrant present.#europeanarchitecture #mytripvlog #summervacation #awesomepic
Old European Style Area in Haikou, Hainan
Qilou Old Street is a surreal little area in the middle of Haikou, Hainan. For brief moments it really does feel like you are walking down the streets of a traditional Portuguese town.
There were some cute little cafes and boutique shops to wander around, ideal if you want to spend an afternoon there just taking it easy and drinking coffee.
Best way to get there is probably a didi. The location is relatively central so wont cost much from wherever you are in the city.
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St. Nichols Church
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St. Nicholas Church is a Baroque-style church located in the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) neighborhood of Prague, Czech Republic. It is dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors and merchants. The church was built in the 18th century and is a prominent example of the Baroque architecture that is prevalent in Prague. It is known for its ornate decoration and beautiful frescoes. The church also has a famous organ, which is considered one of the best in the city. Visitors can attend mass or take a guided tour of the church to learn more about its history and architecture.
Tiles on The Roof
The roof of St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria is a distinctive feature of the city's skyline. The cathedral is one of the most famous landmarks in Vienna and is known for its colorful tiled roof, which is adorned with over 230,000 glazed tiles in various shades of red, orange, and yellow.
The tiles were added to the roof in the 19th century as a way to protect the cathedral from the elements, and they have become one of the most recognizable features of the building. The roof is visible from many parts of the city and is a popular spot for tourists to photograph.
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Sunset with the God of the Sea! 🌅 🧜♂️
📍Temple of Poseidon, Cape Sounion, Greece.
🚌 tourbus 🚗 by car
l couldn't choose better location as a farewell to my greek getaway.
This temple is perched on the edge of a cliff, 70 meters above the sea, in Cape Sounion, the southern tip of mainland Greece and is devoted to the Olympian God of Sea, Poseidon.
l highly recommend to go at sunset time and stay there until closure, set your camera gear and enjoy the show!
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THE FAMOUS SPANISH STEPS
The steps that connect Rome's Piazza di Spagna with the French monastic church Trinita dei Monti are known as the "Spanish steps," and they were constructed between 1723 and 1726 in the Rococo architectural style (built between 1502–1587). There are three distinct terraces and 135 stairs, alluding to the Holy Trinity (the Trinità). Even though it is shared with crowds of other tourists, the view from the top of the stairs near the Egyptian obelisk is stunning. The name can be a little misleading because the French actually ordered the steps' construction (Louis XII). The Spanish Steps got their name because in the 17th century, the Spanish embassy was situated at the bottom of the stairs, in the area known as "Piazza di Spagna." Spanish steps is consequently not the official name but Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti.
The "Fontana della Barcaccia" fountain, designed by Pietro Bernini, the renowned Gian Lorenzo Bernini's father, is also located on this Piazza di Spagna. This phrase is translated as "Fountain of the Ugly Boat." This is not a reference to the sculpture's appearance; rather, it refers to the legend that the small, unsightly boat was left here after the Tiber flooded in 1598. Bernini was inspired by that.#tripblazers #romeitaly #italytravel #europeanarchitecture
Beautiful Hohensalzburg Castle in Austria
Salzburg fortress or Hohensalzburg castle is a stunning historic castle, high above the baroque towers of the city and not too far from the Central parks and avenues, it's really worth a visit.
🚌 Hohensalzburg Castle is at the top of the Festungsberg, 200m above the city’s old town. It is a 15-minute walk from the center or a one-minute ride up in a glass funicular, that starts from 'Festungsgasse'.
🎫 A basic Ticket is 12,90€ currently, discounts for kids available. 🕛 I think a two hours visit is enough to learn about basic history and take some nice pictures.
#celebratewithtrip #salzburg #austria #europeanarchitecture #castle #europetravel
What to do in Lisbon? 🔍
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos is located in Lisbon, Portugal.
Its a must visit for the tourists.
This monastery is an example of Portuguese Manueline architecture and a tribute to the golden age. It was built by order of Manuel I to commemorate Vasco de Gama's return from India.
In 1983 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The entrance is not free, but it is well worth it.
In this post you can see images of the interior and exterior of the monastery.
Enjoy travelling! ✈️
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In the heart of the Dubrovnik Old Town! 💜💜
The old town in Dubrovnik is where Game of Thrones was shot and now I understand why. It has medieval architecture which is so enchanting and I could walk around Old Town all day. Even the pictures don't quite do it justice. Then you are surrounded by the Adriatic Sea with endless boats, ships, and yachts all around you.
I wasn't expecting Dubrovnik to be as expensive as it is but it's still incredible to be here. Yesterday, we took a day boat trip around three islands and it was genuinely one of the best experiences I've ever had.❤️
#fallingforfall #tripblazers #campingglamping #europetravel #europeanarchitecture #croatia #awesomepic
The Walled City of Malta, Valleta!
Valleta-- the administrative unit and capital of Malta. It is located in the main island.
It is known for museums, palaces and grand churches. Baroque Landmarks include the St. John's Co-Cathedral, whose opulent interior is home to the Caravaggio masterpiece "The Beheading of Saint John"
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The happiest city in the world, Copenhagen!❤️
Copenhagen-- the capital and most populous City of Denmark. A unique city, characterized by it's canals, cycling culture, strong economy and happy locals.
A great city to visit on a European Tour! ❤️ One will be enought to stroll to the charming Nyhavn, sample some local cuisine, and visit a museum, all while exploring the city by bicycle.
#copenhagen #copenhagenlife #denmark #denmarktourism #europe #eurotrip #europetravel #european #europeanarchitecture #awesomepic #urbanexplorer #themepark #instatravel #instaworthy
The prettiest German town called Warnemunde!❤
Warnemünde-- is a seaside resort in Mecklendburg and an area of Rostock, Germany.
A walking distance to the beach and full of restaurants and stores. Lighthouses everywhere, middle pier and fishmarket. AlexandrinenstraBe street. Munch House and swans at the beach. Explosion of colors with flowers everywhere.
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Atomium in Belgium's Brussels
The Atomium is an iconic building in Brussels, I visited recently. You probably saw it on pictures before.
It was originally constructed for the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair. The twelve tubes are 3 meters in diameter and enclose escalators, stairs, and the tube in the center has an elevator.
🛗 and 🎟️: To take this elevator you have to pay a fee of 16€ (Students 8,50€). The 'outside' visit is for free. If you just want to see the impressive building, you don't have to get inside. If you want to enjoy the view, better pay for the ticket.
📍Atomium Brussels, Place de Atomium 1
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Amazing Grand Place in Brussel's Center
The Grand-Place is the central square of the City of Brussels in Belgium. All over the world it is known for its decorative Nd impressive building. The square is surrounded by the guild houses, City Hall and the 'Maison du Roi'.
The square is one of the most impressive squares I've been to. ℹ️ The Grand-Place of Brussels was even registered on the World Heritage List of the UNESCO.
📍 It's right in downtown Brussels, you basically can't miss it!
🎟️ Of course it's for free. Nearby are many museums, Cafés and restaurants!
#bucketlistreboot #belgium #brussels #europeanarchitecture #europetravel
Another Massive City called Marsielle, France
Marseille, France-- city with beautiful architecture, full of history and culture. It is a beautiful city with awesome views. We enjoyed our time roaming around the city!
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The Columbus Monument in La Rambla! 😍😍
Strolling along La Rambla to Columbus Monument in the sunshine! Great way to spend our last afternoon
Columbus Monument-- serves as a reminder that Christopher Columbus reported to Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand V in Barcelona after his first trip to the new continent. ❤️❤️❤️
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THE ARCH OF TRIUMPH 💪🏻
Constantine's Arch, 312–315 A.D.
Constantine, often known as Constantine the Great, was important for a number of reasons. These include his support for Christianity, his role in changing Roman Empire politics, and his establishment of Constantinople (modern day Istanbul). In the fields of art and architecture, Constantine was regarded as a change-agent. In addition to being an excellent illustration of the ideological and stylistic changes Constantine's reign brought to art, Rome's Triumphal Arch of Constantine also shows the emperor's scrupulous devotion to classic styles of Roman Imperial art and building.
LA VITA È BELLA 💕☺️
Rome, often known as the Eternal City, is one of the most traveled cities in the world. As a result, traveling there could be logistically challenging. Here are some pointers on how to make the most of your stay in Rome, such as how to skip lines, cut costs, and locate the greatest cuisine.
1. Give Rome at least three days.
Rome is a great place to visit, especially for first-timers. Spend at least three days in the Eternal City to take in all the breathtaking scenery and delectable cuisine. If you stay for a shorter amount of time, you might find yourself hurrying from site to site without enough time to really appreciate all the stunning old structures and sites.
2. Purchase entrance tickets for Rome's top attractions in advance.
Even in the winter, there are a lot of tourists in Rome (the low season). Therefore, it's crucial to order entrance tickets for well-known sites before showing up in person.
The Vatican Museums and the Colosseum are two of the most popular tourist destinations on earth. If you want to reserve a seat, make sure to go to their individual websites because doing so will prevent you from having to wait for a very long time. This is particularly painful during the sweltering heat.
3. Use the Roma Pass to save money.
A 48- or 72-hour Roma Pass will get you free admission to a specific number of museums or archaeological sites. For instance, the 72-hour pass entitles you to two complimentary museum skip-the-line entrances (or ancient sites like the Colosseum). Additionally, it offers you cheaper admission rates to all additional museums you visit after this one! If you want to stay longer, you may also get a 7-day pass that includes extra attractions.
A place to showcase Venetian Architecture! ❤️
Koper --- the fifth largest city in Slovenia. It's one of the two beautiful coastal towns along with Piran! Koper is small but it's narrow, botique-lined streets anf historical sites.
It is worth a quick visit! ❤️❤️❤️
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🙏🏼⛪️ CATHOLIC CHURCH’s HOLIEST PLACE ⛪️🙏🏼
The Vatican City's St. Peter's Basilica is regarded as one of the Catholic Church's holiest sites and a significant destination for pilgrims.
One of the biggest cathedrals in the world and one of Christendom's holiest temples is St. Peter's Basilica. Additionally, the Pope conducts numerous liturgies there year-round.
After the old basilica was destroyed, work on the new basilica started in 1506, and it was completed in 1626. The day of its dedication was November 18, 1626. The temple was created by a number of well-known architects, with a focus on the works of Bramante, Michelangelo, and Carlo Maderno.
The basilica was given the name St. Peter's in honor of Saint Peter, one of Jesus' twelve followers and a founding member of the Catholic Church.
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European street 🏛
❗️It’s a big beautiful shopping mall with many restaurants (I am foodie and that’s the first thing I look for before traveling 😁) and many shops. There are also some small tables outside to buy mostly handmade things.
I went for a walk and taking photos. The place wasn’t crowded but maybe because it’s far from downtown and everything in general 🤭.
💴 I only spent around 20RMB on transportation and 100RMB for food and ice cream.
📷Photos we’re taken by an old photographer who I met there. I was taking photos with my selfie stick and he offered me to walk around together and have a photoshoot. I agreed happily. 😍
around 5-10 minutes walk from Luheng road (line 8) metro station exit 5.
📸@_ana_mee_ on Instagram
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THE FLOATING CITY ✈️🇮🇹🛶🚤
If you're a young traveler exploring Europe, Venice is a must-see. It's an oasis of glistening canals surrounded by magnificent palaces. A transcendent experience is just getting lost in the streets; you'll be submerged in passageways next to grand canals and smell the fresh sea air. It's simply fantastic.
Venice is one of the most fascinating and genuinely beautiful towns in the world, appearing to be floating on water. The entire city, which boasts elegant bridges, quaint lanes, and fantastic shopping, is included as a UNESCO World Heritage site. This, together with attractions like Piazza San Marco, home to St. Mark's Basilica, the Doge's Palace, a bustling boardwalk, Venetian glassblowing, and, of course, gondola rides, make it clear that to skip this city would be unfair.
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