Although it is the world’s second smallest continent, Europe welcomes more than half of all the tourists worldwide. In fact, 7 of the 10 most visited countries in the world are European nations. It’s easy to see why; a well-preserved cultural heritage, rich history, safety and efficient infrastructure makes visiting Europe a breeze.
The capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin is surprisingly large for a country with a total population of around two million people. A city with a thousand-year-old past, Dublin is both an historical city and a bustling modern-day port.
One of the largest and most important cities in Spain, Valencia is located on the Mediterranean Sea. After several years of major construction and renovation, Valencia today is famous for its Fallas Festival and the City of Arts and Sciences architectural masterpiece.
San Sebastian is located in the Basque country of North Spain off the coast of the Bay of Biscay. This beautiful seaside city is well-loved for its excellent beaches and outstanding culinary tradition.
The capital of the Greek island of Santorini, Fira is a marriage of Venetian and Cycladic architecture, whose white cobblestone streets bustle with shops, tavernas, hotels and cafes, while clinging on the edge of 400 meter high sea cliffs.
One of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, Amsterdam is widely known for its party atmosphere, cannabis practice and the red light district. However, this capital city of the Netherlands offers so much more for all travelers such as its beautiful canals, historical buildings and world-class museums.
World famous for its production of fine port wine, the busy city of Porto sprawls along the hills overlooking the Douro River in northern Portugal, prized for both its natural and architectural beauty.
The capital city of Germany, Berlin is widely associated with its World War II history and former division of East and West Germany by the Berlin Wall during the Cold War. Since the fall of the historic wall in 1989, Berlin today is now a vast unified city, abundant in sightseeing attractions, culture and nightlife.
Inhabited for more than 3,000 years, Athens is the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy. The city is famous for its archaeological ruins and monuments such as the famous Acropolis and the Ancient Agora.