Europe is a vast continent, from the lush green pastures of Scotland to the attractive ancient ruins of Greece, Europe has something for everyone. When visiting Europe you will find that it’s really difficult to decide which place to visit there during your stay.
The Eiffel Tower is the most famous building of the world and there is no other building which has been constructed similar to the Eiffel Tower. The height of this tower is 984 feet high and is listed among the world’s tallest buildings. The view of Paris from Eiffel Tower is a must to see when visiting Europe.
If you love history, then Acropolis is one of the most historical sites of Europe and you won’t want to miss it. It is located in Athens, and here you will see sites like the Parthenon, which dates back to the 5th Century BC. Not only you get to see the ancient ruins and building, but you also get an amazing view of the City of Athens.
The Roman Colosseum:
The Roman Colosseum is another interesting place to see in Europe. This grand place was once an amphitheater which could bench more than 55,000 people. This building has an amazing structure and architecture, even though it’s not maintain well still it holds a magnificent look which is worth seeing.
The Tower Bridge has been constructed in 1894 and since then it has stood over River Thames remarkably in London. When you walk on this bridge’s sidewalk, you will come across the breathtaking views of London city. Apart from this you can also visit the steam engine rooms of the bridge which gives power to the bridge. It doesn’t matter whether you visit the Tower Bridge at daytime or the night it has some breathtaking views to offer.
The Buckingham Palace has been the official residence of the British Royal family since 1837, and there is no perfect trip to Europe if you don’t go to see the home of the Queen. If you are visiting during the months of August or September you will be lucky to see the inside State Rooms of the Bucking Palace.
Do you know what Big Ben is? It’s the world’s largest clock tower and is London’s most famous landmarks; it is one of the most interesting places to see in Europe. Even though it is not open for public tours it looks fabulous, particularly at night when it’s all lit up.
If you are visiting France then you have to stop at the Cathedral Notre-Dame, people who are interested in history will love to stop at this place as its full with rich history and is also a treat for art lovers who will get to see beautifully carved statues, windows and columns by famous artists.