Best of Europe
BEAUTY AT ITS BEST
A burst of colours greets you as you walk through the alleys of Europe. Now there's no demarcation as to what constitutes Eastern Europe but it is referred to the region lying in Europe with the main characteristics consisting of dilapidated and devastated cities, forts, castles, and streets have many stories to tell from the past. The other side of this region offers you some spectacular landscapes, gothic structures, pristine beaches and islands. Gothic spires dominate the skyline while crumbled communist era buildings give it an old world charm. Folk still lives in the art and dances of Western Europe. You'll find your fill of palaces in abundance in the cities of Milan, Lucern and Munich.
It's quite a task to decide where to go in Western Europe; there is so much to see and experience. From historical landmarks, magnificent monuments, sacred architecture, dramatic mountain ranges, intoxicating lakes, wonderful cuisine, there is much to do here! You have the La Tour Eiffel in Paris, the gondola ride in Venice, the Berlin Wall, the Alps mountain range, just to name a few of the exciting places. A travel around this region is fascinating, and it is interesting to see how the cultures mingle and overlap at the borders of each of these countries, and even within a region of each country.
Paris is a place where romance and history play side by side. Cafés line cobblestone streets, beautiful people stroll along the Seine at all hours, and every neighbourhood seems to have its own iconic landmark, be it the Notre Dame, Sacré-Coeur, or Eiffel Tower.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
"I AMSTERDAM", City of tolerance and diversity, Amsterdam the Capital city of Netherlands, is most extraordinary romantic with its world-famous canals & museums.
Around the canals of Amsterdam, hundreds of amazing homes bend gently murmuring,
"Canal am I always the most beautiful neighbourhood? "
Switzerland...a NATION where timetables are so well co-ordinated you never have to wait more than 10 minutes for a connection; a seemingly mythical land where if a train is more than 3 minutes late, it’s announced as delayed... ..Be amazed in this fairyland...Starting from transport to beauty of the place...The sun is shining, the water is twinkling and you'll be surrounded by some of Europe’s most stunning scenery.
Damn Swiss show-offs...
Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands
One of the Netherlands’ top attractions, Keukenhof, is the world’s largest bulb-flower garden. It attracts around 1.4 million visitors during its eight-week season, which coincides with the transient blooms on fields of multicoloured tulips, daffodils and hyacinths.
Château de Versailles
Located at 30 minutes from Paris, The Palace of Versailles is a royal château in Versailles in the Île-de-France region of France. The court of Versailles was the center of political power in France from 1682 to October 1789 during Louis XIV. Evolving with the château, the gardens of Versailles represent one of the finest extant examples of Garden à la française. One can not imagine what real luxury means until you visit the Palace of Versailles. Its an all day affair with spectacular beauty to witness...
Portugal (Lisbon Porto, Faro, Cascais, Sintra, Cabo Da Roca, l'Algarve, Costa Da Caparica, Pragal, Cacilhas). Discovering & Exploring the City of the Sea. Spread across steep hillsides that overlook the Rio Tejo, Lisbon is Europe's second-oldest capital, once home to the world's greatest explorers like Vasco da Gama, Magellan and Prince Henry the Navigator, the 'city of the oceans' is soulful, captivating and picturesque, built on a series of hills with sunsets on the sea, scenic vistas from every angle...
Italy—much like Italian, theoretical mathematics, and parenting—is a field in which the only thing you every truly know is this: The more you know, the more you realise you don’t know jack. Knowing this captivating country is as daunting—and, ultimately, impossible—as trying to frame a river. Italy rushes past, churning up sand and bubbling over boulders, changing its path according to history, trend, and whim, alternatively drying up and flooding the plain, and confounding anyone who tries to navigate its changeable waters.
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