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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.
#instatravel #trip #europe #eurotrip #summervacation #autumn #europeanarchitecture #spain #Sevilla #instagramworthydestinations
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!
Giant's Causebay incredible rock landscape!
My visit to Giant's Causeway in Ireland during 2019 was a memory that will last me forever.
The natural wonder of the hexagonal basalt columns left me speechless. It was like stepping into a magical landscape from a storybook. The views of the rugged coastline were breathtaking, with crashing waves adding a sense of drama.
Exploring the unique rock formations was like embarking on a thrilling adventure. I was in awe of the forces of nature that shaped this remarkable place.
The visit left me with unforgettable memories and a deep appreciation for the beauty of our planet. Giant's Causeway is a must-see destination for nature lovers and adventurers alike.
To be honest, I cannot really rmemeber how I get there, probably was a tour, but is totally worth it.
#hiking #ireland #uk #europe #eurotrip
Strasbourg is near the border between France and Germany, so the city offers a very unique blend of both French and German influences, which is reflected in their architecture and cuisine. We spent one day exploring the most iconic sites, which included the Strasbourg Cathedral, the Palais Rohan, la Petit France, and just generally strolling down the medieval streets and popping in and out of the shops and restaurants. I would love to go back to Strasbourg in winter time to visit the world famous Christmas Market!
Schiphol Amsterdam Airport
Schiphol Amsterdam airport is one of the busiest and biggest airport in Europe. It is also KLM airlines hub. There are many things to do if you are transferring through this airport. There are restaurants and eateries available inside the airport and outside many Hotels and transport hub is available. Airport is well connected to public transport like Metro, buses. There is also long haul train station one can take train to other cities around Europe. Take universal charger as there were charging points with Europe type connector. If you do not have one can get it from the shops available in Airport. #airport #europetravel #eurotrip #photography
Paris by night time lapse
#urbanexplorer #mytripvlog #france #paris #eu #europe #eurotrip #arcdetriomphe
Fortress-Island Suomenlinna in Helsinki
Suomenlinna (or in Swedish Sveaborg) is a sea fortress, which was built from about 1750 onwards on a group of islands belonging to the district of Helsinki.
The islands were partly used by the Finnish army, today you can explore the fortress, stone hideouts, museum, little shops, churches and coffees and restaurants on the island.
🛳️ There is a small ferry leaving from Helsinki center every hour. The price is a normal A+B Helsinki public transport ticket. No entrance ticket is needed for the Fortress-Island, but you can book a guided tour.
#suomenlinna #helsinkin#finland #scandinavian #eurotrip
Novi Sad - Cultural Capital of Europe '22
Novi Sad is a city in Serbia. Novi Sad is the second biggest city and was promoted as cultural capital of Europe in 2022.
Novi Sad is in the West of Serbia. From Belgrade you can get there by train, bus or car. It's a short drive.
The center of the city is amazing: Churches, Restaurants, old streets, a castle, the river... There's a lot to explore.
I recommend to stay at least two days.
#newyearadventure #novisad #belgrade #serbia #europe #eurotrip
Castle in Germany
Next destination was Germany, famous for its castles I decided to explore . About 30 mins ride from Frankfurt, I got down at Epstein where I was mesmerized by a magical land. A few minutes and I witnessed Europe’s traditional small town charm and beauty.
Eppstein Castle was built in the 14th and 15 century. Today, the impressive fortification can be experienced throuh a lovely museum that reveals the colourful . Unfortunately it was closed when I was there , however it didn’t stop me from exploring the historical monument right in front of me.
#tripblazers #europe #eurotrip #mytripvlog #travel #castle
Grand Experience @Sheraton Berlin
Berlin in Fall is perfect. And Sheraton Berlin Grand Hotel is a good place to stay. Let me tell you why.
Strategically locates in Tiergarten, Sheraton Berlin allows you access and proximity to the touristy Alexanderplatz and other local attractions like Berlin Zoo and The Bradenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate).
At the same time, as its a few minutes away, it provides you the peace and quiet if you simply want to enjoy the cool Autumn Breeze
Right in front of the hotel is a station where you can take the Berlin Boat Tour which will take you around the city through Berlin's water channel.
Finally, they have good selection on food for breakbast at their buffet by the lobby. Try their Frankfury Currywurst, footlong sausage in spicy curry sauce.
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.
#awesomepic #europetravel #urbanexplorer #mytripvlog #passionpassport #staycation #eurotrip #europeanarchitecture #europetravel #germany #germanytravel #tourism #german #germantown
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!
#awesomepic #europetravel #nationalpark #marseille #france #notredame #urbanexplorer #eurotrip #europeanarchitecture #europetravel #europe #europetrip
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. ❤️❤️❤️
#awesomepic #urbanexplorer #bucketlistreboot #mytripvlog #nationalpark #spain #barcelona #europeanarchitecture #europe #europetravel #eurotrip
South-Malta on Sunday
On holiday in Malta? Don't forget to visit the south of the island. Iconic places like Blue Grotto and Marsaxlokk cannot be ignored. Take a taxi, rental car or bus and preferably travel to these attractions on Sundays.
There are plenty of fishing villages to be found in Malta, but the main fishing village is undoubtedly Marsaxlokk. A long promenade provides beautiful views of the sea and the colorful fishing boats. These traditional boats are also called Luzzu and are still in daily use. The painted eyes at the front of the boats are striking. They should protect the fishermen.
On Sunday, Marsaxlokk's pressure#staycation barometer will go up. The weekly fish market is then clearly indicated in the agenda of tourists and locals. Even the chefs of famous eateries come here to choose their fish. It is almost impossible to get fresher and local fish restaurants are cleverly responding to this. Do not hesitate and ask for the 'catch of the day'. The catch of the day will be proudly presented to you on a large plate. Something for everyone!
#staycation #eurotrip #malta #marsaxlokk #bluegrotto #island #fish #fishrestaurant #fishmarket
Cologne, a gem in Germany
Cologne is one of the biggest cities in Germany, but is quite often overlooked compared to other places like Berlin. However, I'd say you should definitely put Cologne on your hitlist when visiting Germany, or even as a short getaway from nearby Belgium or Holland.
If you're visiting Cologne on a day trip, chances are you'll be coming by train. As soon as you get out of the station, you'll be greeted by the impressive Dom cathedral. It's one of the most beautiful churches in Europe and is free to visit.
Nearby you can wander around the colorful old town of Altstadt with its medieval houses and quaint brewery pubs, or stroll along the river with the famous iron bridge full of lovers' locks.
If you're looking for something to do with children, why not pay a visit to the chocolate museum. And if you prefer shopping, you can find a plethora of shops in the Neustadt area.
Maastricht: oldest city in Holland
Some people say Nijmegen is the oldest city in Holland, others say its Maastricht. Regardless of that, everyone agrees Maastricht is the most beautiful place in the Netherlands. If you're in Holland you really should pay a visit.
Walking through the small but cozy city centre you almost don't know where to look. There are old buildings everywhere, bridges, churches, cathedrals and the old city walls that used to protect the city.
The Vrijthof square is a favourite location to sit outside with a drink at one of the many bars and just watch the day go by. While you're there have a look inside the 800 year old St Servaas cathedral.
When it comes to food, you will be spoilt for choice, especially for restaurants with a strong French influence. One great place is Harry's near the central train station, which was awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand.
Holland's finest modern art museum
Yes, Amsterdam is famous for its laid back attitude on life - you know what I'm talking about -, but it also has a wide range of world class art museums.
If you've already been to the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh museum, perhaps the Stedelijk Museum is the place for you. It houses a vast collection of modern art with works from renowned artists like Warhol, Picasso, Kusama and Koontz. Though my favourite would be the murals by Dutch artist Karel Appel.
The museum is conveniently located on Museumplein, which you can best reach by tram. Entrance is 20 euro with discounts available for children students.
Chocolate capital of Europe
Though Brussels may not be as pretty as neighbouring Bruges or Antwerp, it certainly makes up for it in cultural heritage.
When you're in downtown Brussels, you can't escape a visit to the unesco world heritage listed Grand Place town square. It is alligned with the most beautiful buildings including the city hall.
Just a stone's throw away from the grand place, you'll find Brussel's most famous resident, 'manneken pis', the statue of the little peeing boy.
Don't forget to walk into a few chocolate shops. You may get to sample some of the world's best chocolates. Other culinary highlights include the many great Belgian beers, the chips with mayo and the incredible waffles.
Don't leave Holland without seeing windmills
Ask anyone what comes to mind when they think of Holland, and it is very likely that "windmills" will be first on their list. Though you can see windmills dotted throughout the country, the absolute best place to see them is at Kinderdijk.
Kinderdijk is a unesco world heritage sight near Rotterdam where you can see a group of 18 different windmills along the banks of the canals. Most of them are actually still inhabited by locals, but two of them can be viewed from the inside.
To walk or cycle around Kinderdijk is free of charge, but you will need to pay a ticket to use the boat and to view the windmills from inside. The easiest way to get to Kinderdijk is by water taxi from Rotterdam.
Perfect sunset dinner in Paphos
When I’m on holiday, I love to bask in the sun whilst sipping on a cold beverage whilst soaking up some sun and delicious food!
Well, the pictures do not do this place justice! I was nervous to go there at first given some of the reviews I saw online with people commenting on disappointing food and service. BUT, for my visit everything was great - service was good and attentive and food was delicious!
MOST of all was enjoying the sunset in Paphos!
📍Restaurant name: Muse Cafe Kitchen Bar
🏷Price band: ££-£££
Tips: Book in advance or arrive early!
#eurotrip #cyprus #paphos #traveltheotherside #travelwithme #theotherside #muse
When in Rome…don’t be a gnome!
😅Yes it’s an old cliche right, but when in Rome one of the key places to visit has got to be the colosseum! Oh take me back to those fine glorious days, where the sun was shining and the air was cold!
It’s a magnificent piece of history to explore! You can also find many agents offering guided tours of the area and even some free ones! (but remember to tip!) just be careful not to be ripped off so ask about from your hotel!
If you visit in the spring, do make sure to wrap up warm as it can get pretty chilly despite the sun shining! But when the sun is shining don’t forget to grab an ice cream and watch the world go by…
#eurotrip #gooutside #rome #traveltheotherside #travelwithme
Amsterdam, the prettiest city to visit!!
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! Amsterdam is absolutely worth visiting for new and experienced travelers. I had a lot more fun in Amsterdam than I had originally expected (which is why you don't believe everything you read in travel forums), and at this point, I would recommend the city to anyone coming to Europe. It's clean and safe. It has a lovely environment. #amsterdam #eurotrip
Great Hike to 'Boval cottage' in Switzerland
Boval cottage is 2494m above sea level in the Swiss Mountains, close to the city St. Moritz. It's next to the Morteratsch Glacier, one of the remaining glaciers in Southeast-Switzland. 🏔️ It's a doable hike starting from Morteratsch village. A second option is to hike over the glacier, starting from Diavolezza cablecar. 🚠 This option is better to do with an experienced guide.
🎫 Ticket? No entrance, the hike is free.
🏨 You can even sleep in the cottage. But hiking both ways in one day is definitely doable. The cottage has nice Swiss food and local specialities. 🫕
#eurotrip #switzerland #hiking #glacier
Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.
This cathedral features on all of the main posters and brochures regarding Florence. Right next to the cathedral, you can also see the adjacent Giotto’s Bell Tower.
Once you go in the cathedral, you’ll be met with a spectacular view of the various pieces of art depicting Saints and other such religious motifs.
The interior of the Dome is particularly exciting and depicts the Heavens and the The Last Judgment as ordered by the Medici family. One can only but help wonder what a marvel of engineering this cathedral is and must have been for its days.
Looking at the dome, that offers a full panoramic view of the Florentine city centre, it makes you truly appreciate this building. Make sure you buy your tickets in advance to climb up to the top and enjoy the amazing views of Florence from above.
#eurotrip #passionpassport #urbanexplorer #italy #florence
Statue of David and Palazzo Veccio
Palazzo Vecchio and Loggia dei Lanzi
Making your way towards the Arno river, head toward the Piazza della Signoria, a square dominated by the imposing Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace).
The Palazzo, hosts the city’s town hall, serving as the main administrative unit for Florence. Near the Pallazo, in the same square one can also see an open air statue museum – Loggia dei Lanzi.
It hosts many replicas including Michelangelo’s David. It’s a sure winner for any photos impersonating the statue! 100 Facebook likes or more guaranteed!
Not far from the town hall you can find Mercato del Porcellino, a 16th century market. I’ve always said, if you want to get to know the people in a location, see what they buy and eat. And that we did, from premium leather bags to posh cheeses this market has to offer anything a Florentine would want.
#eurotrip #passionpassport #urbanexplorer #florence #italy
The World’s most famous beer tavern
The Hofbräuhaus has been situated at the heart of Munich for ages.
3-floor beer hall dating back to the 16th century, with a Bavarian restaurant, shows & upbeat vibe.The Hofbräuhaus is the cradle of Bavarian tavern culture - the origin of tradition, “Gemütlichkeit” and hospitality. Every day the Bavarian lust for life magically attracts people of all nations. The Hofbräuhaus offers a plurality of historical rooms, each having a unique charm of its own.Ever since it has been possible for guests of the Hofbräuhaus to use beer tokens instead of money for paying the beer.The Hofbräuhaus beer tokens can be regarded as a separate currency - completely free from currency fluctuations.
It's always crowded with tourists and local but the atmosphere is lively and fun.
Things to see around Marienplatz
Marienplatz is the heart of the city of Munich. Since 1158, this has been the city’s main square. Its a must visit when you arrive in Munich. The square has a column called the Marian column, which was built in 1638 to celebrate the end of the Swedish occupation and for having spared from the Thirty Years War.
During Christmas, Munich’s popular Christkindlmarkt or Christmas market is set up at the square, the nearby New Town Hall becomes a site to enjoy free Christmas concerts and ring in the festive cheer!
Day or night Marienplatz is full of activities and bustling with energy. We have visited the square both at day and night time and loved it equally. You can also enjoy a drink and schnitzels right here in the heart of Munich. Most walking tours commence at Mary’s Square. okay
A charming town in Alsace region
Nestled among vineyards, its traditional houses, canals, floral displays, amazing cuisine, famous wines and charming accommodation make Colmar an outstanding microcosm of Alsace – showcasing its lifestyle, conviviality and hospitality – the key features of its unique, exceptional welcome.
The capital of the Alsacian wines, situated near Germany and Switzerland between the Vosges and the Rhine, Strasbourg and Mulhouse, offers visitors an exciting glimpse of 1000 years of European history.
Besides, with its 67,000 inhabitants, Colmar retains a 'country town' atmosphere which contributes so much to its charm. Wonderfully preserved from the ravages of time, its homogenous historical centre is classed as a 'protected area' and has benefited from careful restoration and ongoing improvements for more than 20 years.
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