Top Places To Go In Europe

Well, here we are nearly two weeks into April and yet our journey has just begun. We started this blog a little over a month ago and the response has been encouraging, to say the least. We (me and Christian) felt that now was probably a good time to take a pause and recap the top places to go posts. So if you are new to the blog, here’s our (abridged) top places to go in Europe:

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1. England


-Tower of London

-Stratford Upon Avon/Warwick Castle



-The Eagle and Child Pub

2. France

-Eiffel Tower


-French Riviera

-Arch de Triumph


3. Spain






4. Belgium




-The Herge Museum


5. Ireland


-Guinness Factory

-Cliffs of Moher



6. Netherlands

-Van Gogh Museum

-Anne Frank House and Resistance Museum



-North Sea Jazz Festival

7. Switzerland


-Chateau de Chillon


-The Great Outdoors


8a. Italy Part 1

-Coliseum and Roman Forum

-Trevi Fountain



-Vatican City

8b. Italy Part 2






9. Poland



-Wieliczka Salt Mine


-Gdansk (Danzig)

10. Hungary


-Buda Castle

-Danube Bend

-Lake Balaton

-Memento Park

12. Germany

-Berlin Wall

-Holocaust Memorial Museum

-Potsdamer Platz


-Cologne Cathedral

-Driving on the Romantic Road/Autobahn

12. Greece




-National Archeological Museum


13. Scotland


-Kelvin Grove Art Gallery and Museum

-The Highlands


-Falkirk Wheel

Any other locations you would be looking forward to in Europe?

20 Responses to “Top Places To Go In Europe”
  1. Mark Nguyen says:

    Great list and don’t forget the Cyclades in Greece… Santorini is amazing!

    Thanks also for the follow and good luck planning for your European trip next year.

  2. geewitch says:

    Love your list. I’ve been to a few of the places you’ve listed but there are many more to do! I was also recently in Romania, visiting towns like Sibiu and Sighishoara (birthplace of Vlad Tepes, inspiration for Dracula). It’s not your typical tourist-y destinations but well worth the visit!

  3. suzannedendy says:

    Your list makes me want to start packing! For an interesting and somewhat out-of-the-way adventure, you ought to try Slovakia. The Vysoké Tatry mountains are incredible and easily accessible without a car. Equally stunning Slovenský Raj is a network of forest trails that even include ladders up waterfalls and scrambles alongside cliffs. Eastern cities like Košice and Poprad have all the history and culture without the crowds of more well-known destinations like Prague. And of course: great food – so long as you aren’t vegetarian!

  4. restlessjo says:

    Shocked and stunned to find that Portugal isn’t on here! Lisbon is a beautiful and edgy small city, and you will never have seen anywhere quite like Sintra. Obidos is tiny and charismatic. My favourite occupation is island hopping around the Ria Formosa in the Algarve.
    Thanks for visiting my blog (in a Polish connection). You’ll find lots of Portugal on there too.

  5. @nnie says:

    Tallinn is one of my favorite cities in Europe. It’s small, charming, and still authentic, + they have the best (honey) beer, seriously. 🙂

  6. sunset84 says:

    Visiting Morocco in Spain?

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