If you are headed to Munich for Oktoberfest, and haven’t traveled throughout Europe yet in your life, you should definitely consider extending your vacation and checking out one or more of these cities:
Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and the Tower of London make London one of the world’s leading travel destinations. The museums, pubs, and cultural icons make it a must see destination while in Europe.
The City of Light and Capital of Fashion may also be the world’s most romantic city. Climb the Eiffel Tower, explore the Louvre, and enjoy the many landmarks, museums, churches and restaurants that call Paris home. It is the world’s most visited travel destination annually.
The second largest city in Spain is known for its restaurants, shops, nightlife and beaches. You’ll also enjoy the churches, museums and outdoor markets while you play tourist.
Venice of the North is worth a visit for more than its famous Red Light District. You’ll also enjoy the architecture in this historic fishing village and trading center, the Van Gogh Museum, and tulips in this picturesque, romantic city.
Madrid is a famous tourist destination for the cultural experience. Enjoy the tapas, bull fights, and Prado museum in Spain’s capital.
The capital of Italy and famed city of the Roman Empire is also home to Vatican City. The Colosseum, Pantheon, historic baths, and other landmarks, churches and museums will keep you busy enjoying your time in Rome.
The capital of Tuscany and birthplace of the Italian Renaissance was Europe’s leading city from 1300 until the early 1500s. The churches, art galleries, museums, architecture and wine will make Tuscany a highlight of your trip.
The museums, nightlife, and parks of the capital of Hungary make it affectionably known as the Pearl of Danube.
Millions of tourists visit the capital of the Czech Republic every year to see the bridges, cathedrals, and other architecture that survived World War II.