Make Your European Vacation Fabulous

Europe is quite a large continent with numerous countries, which is why many people find it so difficult to plan a European vacation.  While some people may have a specific country or region in mind, others may not be able to choose between everything that is available to them.  

It could take months or even years to see the entire continent of Europe and not many people have that type of time for travel.  

Therefore, here are the best places to visit during a European vacation:

Rome

No European vacation is complete without a trip to Rome with the sights of the Vatican, the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Trevi Fountain.  The smells of Italian food waft out into the streets as visitors explore all the historic sites that this city has to offer.

London

Buckingham Palace, the tributes to Princess Diana, Big Ben, and the British Museum are all places that draw visitors to the city of London.  Anyone who does visit will not want to miss the Changing of the Guard that takes place every day in front of the palace.  Those who are lucky enough may even see a member of the Royal family out on the balcony of the palace at some point during the day.  

Paris

Museums, monuments, churches, and the promise of everlasting love bring people to Paris by the thousands every day of the year.  Visitors can be found roaming the streets as they venture towards the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Notre Dame Cathedral.  The food in Paris is delicious and visitors should be prepared to spend quite some time enjoying their meals with a glass or two of wine.  

Barcelona

It is all about the architecture in Barcelona and people can spend hours as they wander around looking at all the unique buildings.  A few of the must-sees include Gaudi’s Parc Güell, La Sagrada Familia, and the La Seu Castle.  Anyone who needs some downtime will want to head to the beach for some time in the sun or a local restaurant where they can enjoy tapas with a glass of sangria.  

Amsterdam

Almost everyone has read the Diary of Anne Frank, so anyone that ventures to Amsterdam will want to visit the house where Anne and her family spent their time in hiding.  Another notable museum is the one dedicated to Van Gogh, but there are many others that will peak a person’s interest.  Lazy days can be spent biking along the canals in the city before stopping at one of the local coffee shops for a quick bite to eat.

These cities offer some of the best that Europe has to offer and they should be on anyone’s must-see European vacation destination list.  Route Perfect can help anyone plan the perfect itinerary with these destinations for their very own fabulous European vacation.