5 Cities to See in Europe

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Whether you’re off on a short city weekend break or long holiday, Europe has so much to offer city lovers. Every city has something unique to offer every taste from the Eiffel Tower in Paris to salsa in Barcelona, these are just some European cities that cannot be missed.


A popular destination for all holiday makers and travellers would be Spain’s Catalonian capital Barcelona.  Overflowing with museums, theatres, art galleries and Spanish culture, Barcelona is a hot spot for city breaks.  The famous Sagrade Familia, is a must see awe-inspiring spectacular church that is a popular attraction. The nightlife is vibrant and being based near a port means that the seafood is great and the fresh sea air fills your lungs.  Spain’s most cosmopolitan city it features beautiful gothic style architecture and many inspired buildings. The city is of course not complete without its array of wonderful shops and markets. And to experience it all there are a number of great low cost flights available too.


The French city of love and romance is a magical place captivating the hearts of the young and old. With so much to see and do Paris can leave you feeling exhilarated and exhausted. The city has so much to offer, with Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower being must see attractions. Local delicacies should be tried to get the full French experience.


Head to Prague, for historical monuments and grand architecture. The popular tourist destination is paved with cobbled streets and winding alleyways. The Czech capital is divided by a river and looks gorgeous in the summer with many lively beer gardens open.  During the winter months the city transforms into a winter wonderland, too. Look out on the internet for regular cheap flights.


Visiting Rome is a magical and epic experience as it is famed for stunning architecture.   The spirit of Rome is captured in all the Italian cafes, churches and Vespas. The city oozes cool and attracts thousands of tourists each year.   There are many things to keep you occupied on a city break to Rome, in the Vatican City there is the astounding rich and spectacular church of St Peters Basilica. And if you love buildings, the Pantheon is one of ancient Rome’s most astonishing buildings.


If you don’t want to travel too far, Dublin is a rich and vibrant city which is only a stones-throw away.  Ideal for those who want to experience the culture of Ireland, and have a glass of Guinness whilst you are there at the same time. Dublin has a popular nightlife with a stretch of bars and nightclubs.  The city is not only for the party crowd though; there are plenty of excellent museums and beautiful surrounding landscapes to explore, too.