From the capital metropolises to charming and picturesque cities, Europe is full of cities that everyone must visit. But where does the adventurous tragedy of 20 years begin when it comes to traveling to Europe?
Big players – London, Paris, Amsterdam – are great. They should be on the list of all channels. At the Millennium, these 20 cities offer delicious street meals, cozy hostels, cozy cafes and many views of new cultures. These beautiful cities are worth a visit if you are not exactly in the 1920s.
By day, Berlin is a cultural wonderland with an impressive list of museums, art galleries, and historic neighborhoods. At night, Berlin boasts the best nightlife in Europe – whether you want to hear live music or enjoy the evening, there’s a club for every style.
“The Hipster Capital of Europe” is probably the most beautiful place on the continent. “The 20s playground” is obviously perfect for young travelers looking for cultural enrichment and cool nightlife. Pay attention to the excellent shops and the café in VII, Region, go to the “ruinous pub,” visit several museums and see the beautiful architecture of the city.
If you go back to the cities, you will eventually need a place where you can slow down, relax and admire the beautiful scenery. The island of Santorini is the place. From the huge rocks to the sapphire-colored water of the Aegean, there is no lack of beautiful scenery. From Fira, you can visit ancient Thira or Oia and one of the famous sunsets. You can also enjoy delicious Greek cuisine and enjoy the sun on the black sandy beaches of the island.
Český Krumlov, Czech Republic
Most young travelers are traveling all over Prague. Don’t get it twisted, Prague is very cool. But Český Krumlov is the largest place you have never heard of. This important castle town is located in the Czech Republic (about two hours from Prague) and has an incredible old town that is like a maze (UNESCO World Heritage Site). The Vltava flows through Český Krumlov, which means that there are many cafes on the riverbank. Rijeka is also a popular place for canoeing and rafting if you feel there!
If you imagine Dublin as a place with rough streets and pubs running around with beer, you are on the right path. But Dublin is more than just a drink – as a story that spans more than 1,000 years. Get a hearty helping of culture in places like the Cathedral of Christ Church and the National Gallery of Ireland, or enjoy an inner literary face and visit the National Library and Old Library at Trinity College. Of course, visit the Guinness Store and drink as much beer as possible during your stay.
Being one of the most surprising cities in Eastern Europe, Lviv is known for its beautiful historical center and culture of “deep-rooted” culture. Enjoy a range of architectural styles in Ploshcha Rynok, or visit the Lviv Historical Museum and the National Museum. If you are drunk, visit the Beer and Brewery Museum in Lviv, the oldest brewery still operating in Ukraine.