Is 2020 the year you finally plan to visit Europe? A great idea as Europe is undeniably one of the most beautiful continents in the world. It has pretty much everything from snowy mountains, classic architecture, beautiful beaches, and vibrant cultures to rich history.
As a first time traveler to this incredible continent, going through the cities and picking a couple from the long list of cities can be daunting as each city seems better than the last one. Fortunately, we have done all the research for you and narrowed down the options to ten to save you the hard task.
- Top Travel Safety Tips for you: Travelling Guidelines
- 10 Most Stylish Cities in the World
- How to Spend a Week in Sydney Right
10 Best European Cities you Should Visit in 2020
So here is a list of the top 10 European cities you should visit in 2020
Although seemingly a cliché, Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and the world at large. Well, it happens to be the city of love. The city is stunning, and the Eiffel Tower is a must-see. Wander through the beautiful streets and be sure to make a stop for a café latte or macaroons.
Paris oozes with absolute elegance, style, and class. For fashion lovers, this is your city. The stunning vintage stores will have you yearning for more Parisian shopping.
You can never go wrong with Berlin. There is almost everything going on in this city; from world-renowned clubs to genre-defying art to stunning restaurants, boutiques, and rich history, Berlin has to make it in the list.
While there, visit the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, and the Berlin wall for some fascinating history. After a day’s tour around the city, be sure to enjoy some time at the exciting bars. Berlin also prides itself as a home to numerous incredible gardens and parks ideal for summer, which you will enjoy.
Also known as the floating city, Amsterdam makes it to the top 10 cities to visit. The city is one of those destinations that have something for anyone. Cultural enthusiasts will be sure to be awestruck by the fantastic Stedelijk Museum, while history lovers can make a stop at Ann Frank House for some history bliss.
Amsterdam also has some fantastic markets that offer diverse Dutch delicacies, which are a real delight for food lovers. Other than that, the city offers the best nightlife, which is an incredible way to wind up an exciting day.
No visit to Europe is complete without a visit to this Scandinavian city. Here, you will experience all sorts of diversity. While the city emanates a peaceful and relaxed aura, it is also one of those cities to have a wild and exciting time.
Some of the prominent places to visit in Stockholm include the Vasa Museum, Gamla Stan and the Royal Palace. Fotografiska, the center for contemporary photography, is a sheer thrill for photography enthusiasts and a reason to visit Stockholm. ABBA fans are not left behind and will be left drooling over the recently launched ABBA museum.
Flights to Barcelona can be very affordable from the UK, so it’s not surprising that it’s one of the most popular holiday destinations. However, this is not the only reason why you should visit the city. Barcelona has the best of both worlds-from and city vibe to stunning beaches and thrilling history.
Make sure to visit the Casa Batllo and see some of Gaudi’s work, which is an absolute joy. As Barcelona is quite large, it would be wise to hire a cycle tour so that you can see as much of the city as possible.
Another city of love, Rome is the backdrop of some of the most iconic romantic movies of all time. Standing tall are some neoclassical structures and stunning artworks. Rome is also the home of the Roman Catholic Church, one of the foremost religious organizations in the world.
The Rome Empire’s influence, considered as one of the strongest and most iconic, is still evident in modern Rome. You should probably take a sneak peek at the Colosseum pictures, and you will be looking forward to visiting this incredible city.
Venice is one of the unique cities, not only in Europe but in the world at large. The architecture spewed all over the city is simply human genius. The city is roadless but connected by a network of bridges and canals, which is very breathtaking.
For a real experience, be sure to visit the Grand Canal, Ponte di Rialto, Palazzo Ducale, and St Mark’s Basilica, and you are sure never to forget the experience.
London may be easy to dismiss as an obvious suggestion, but there is no denying that it is one of the most visited in Europe. The mighty British Empire has so much to see there. First, there is the London Eye and the iconic Big Ben to name but a few.
What a better way to take a picture with celebrities than at Madame Tussauds? The wax statues are as good as the original.
Prague has consistently made it to the list of one of the best tourist destinations for years for a reason. The city has the most fantastic nightlife and Michelin star restaurants. Prague also has a relaxed culture and friendly people that make you feel like going back over and over again.
Ensure that you visit the city center and see the largest castle in the world. While at it, you will see the Prague astronomical clock, the oldest medieval clock that still surprisingly works.
Artistic, beautiful, and molded by its intellectual and musical foundations, Vienna is a city to behold. It is one city that you can never get enough of, from the numerous museums and opera. Create time and enjoy a figurative taste of royalty at Schonbrunn, and a definite taste of Sachertorte at the Hotel Sacher Vienna’s Café for a complete Vienna experience.
Sometimes all you need is a holiday to escape the standard everyday life, and Europe will give a much-needed break. And there you have it, the top ten cities to visit in Europe. While at it, get yourself a roof tent, and you will be sure to have the most unique and memorable experiences of your life.