Top Ten European Cities To Visit
Rome is a city where the ancient and the modern exist side by side.
With iconic sights like the Vatican City, the Pantheon, St Peter's Square, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, and the Colosseum, Rome is a feast for the eyes and an extremely popular destination.
You can simultaneously absorb the grandeur and mystery of Ancient Rome while enjoying the vibrancy and excitement of a modern city.
A centre of fashion, culture, media and the arts and the home of the British Royal Family.
With attractions like the British Museum, Big Ben, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament, London attracts millions of visitors yearly. London is a truly exciting city and you are guaranteed never to be bored during a visit.
This distinctive and beautiful city is situated on 14 islands connected by bridges. The waterways and green spaces lend an irresistible freshness to Stockholm, and the combination of cosmopolitan city life and nature existing side-by-side attracts huge numbers of visitors.
Must-sees include Gamla Stan, the picturesque medieval city centre, and the Royal Palace, home of the King of Sweden.
The vibrant Spanish capital has something to offer everyone from history and art, to exciting nightlife, to shopping and dining. This is the place to immerse yourself in Spanish traditions like passionate flamenco music, bullfighting, tapas and wines.
The city also boasts world-class cultural institutions like the Prado Museum.
Moscow is a dramatic, mysterious and imposing city rich in heritage. The city is dotted with the remains of the Soviet state and full of impressive structures like the towers of the Kremlin and the colourful St Basil's Cathedral.
Alongside the historic grandeur exists a modern city full of creativity, music, theatre, bohemian culture, and nightlife.
Almost destroyed in World War 2 and restored to become a thriving and dynamic capital, Warsaw has plenty to offer visitors. A large proportion of the city consists of beautiful outdoor spaces, such as Lazienki Park.
The Old Town area is full of charm and Warsaw's eclectic architecture represents almost every European era of history. Pay a visit to the Palace of Culture and Science for a bird's eye view over this distinctive city.
Picturesque, quirky and totally unique, Amsterdam is loved by millions of tourists every year. The city is encircled by canals and lined with lovely shops and cafes, vibrant clubs and music venues, cultural destinations, and historic attractions like the Oude Kerk.
Amsterdam is also noted for its notorious Red Light District and major galleries like the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.
Paris is a city of art, fashion and romance. Essential sights include the iconic Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, the breathtaking Notre Dame cathedral, and the vast Musee du Louvre where you can view artworks including the Mona Lisa.
This atmospheric city is the ideal location for a romantic break, a family trip or a cultural getaway.
The magnificence of Ancient Greece overlooks the modern, cosmopolitan heart of Athens. Some of Europe's most significant historic monuments can be found here, including the Temple of Zeus and the iconic Acropolis which towers above the city.
The heart of the city is a centre for modern dining, shopping and nightlife. Visit the Plaka district for quaint and cosy cafes, shops and restaurants.
Berlin is a truly creative, edgy, diverse and lively city. Known for its electric nightlife and creative scene as well as its complicated history and impressive architecture, you're sure to feel inspired on a trip to Berlin.
Spots to visit include the Reichstag, where you can take in panoramic views across the city, the Brandenburg Gate, and the remains of the Berlin Wall.