Ok I know there has been a thread alreday with europe top destinations- but I can't find it! So my question to everyone is- What would be the top 5 places that i would have to visit in Europe?? I plan on going to Europe soon and would love to know people's top 5!
Mine would be basically my last trip..
I know that's more than 5 (I did learn to count) but these were the places I liked the most... I also visited some other places that I didn't like as much, but I'm not posting them so as not to offend anyone
Impossible reply at all.
If you are interested in city life:
-Barcelona-Lisbon (ex aequo)
If you are interested in art:
If you are interest in landscapes:
-Canyon du Verdon (South of France)
-The Alps in Switzerland or the Dolomites in Italy
-Sardinia sand dunes and cristal sea
-Sicily or Naples small island such as Capri, Eolian Island or so
no special order
1. Lithuana (actualy all the Batlics)
2. Romania (transylvania)
1. Istanbul (all of Turkey actually)
4 and 5 still to come so much more to see...but top 3 will do for now
Mine in order are.....
Rome(my favourite European city, beautiful, a zillion amazing things to see!
Barcelona(the sights, the smells...all the Gaudi work, the shopping!)
Paris(well Paris is just Paris isnt it?!?!)
Amsterdam(love it, not for just the obvious reasons, but the amazing galleries, the canals.....)
Bruges (really pretty!)
Yes I woul also follow up on the earlier reccommendation of the norwegian fjords, I just got back a couple of months ago and it was really beautiful, theres a few pics in my gallery if you want to see!
also nice city't to visit :
and ofcourse :
Amsterdam (a tourist ain't a tourist if he hasn't been there)
Aalsmeer (the biggest flower company in the world)
Den Haag (nice city with lots of interesting places)
Rotterdam (the biggest harbour of the world)
Arnhem and around (lots of info about WO II)
The order doesn't matter, but these are a must for me:
- Toulouse (which is unknown, but a TOTAL gem)
- Madrid (food, nightlife, museums, culture-crossing)
- Amsterdam (so laid back, great walks, people and coffe shops)
- San Sebastian (definitely food and wine + excellent landscape)
- Cracow (lively, preatty, easy to explore, cautivating)
With all the top 5-s you have a hard job there to make a decission!!!! Good luck