Planning a trip to Europe can be one of the most exciting and nerve-racking things you’ve ever done at the exact same time – especially if you’ve never been there.
There’s just so much to see and do in Europe, so much history and culture to try and so can in a relatively short period of time, that you’re always going to feel like you’ve left something special out.
And though it is absolutely patently impossible to do absolutely everything and anything that Europe has to offer in just a few short weeks, few short months, or even few short years – there are a number of European cities that you simply cannot skip, regardless how short your trip is.
Here are just a few of the European cities to visit that you cannot skip out on.
Literally millions and millions of people around the world has said that if there was just one city that you could this in all of Europe, you need to make it Prague. One of the most beautiful, exciting, interesting, and historical cities in all of Europe (some have even refer to it as the adult Disneyland), this is the kind of European city to visit that you’ll always feel bad about ignoring.
People that have visited Siena have called it the “place that time stops”, one of the most aesthetically pleasing and truly downright gorgeous cities in all of Europe. Not only that, but there is tons and tons of history and culture packed right into this incredible city – making it one of the absolute must visit European cities there are.
You’d have to be at least a little bit crazy to ignore all that Rome has to offer when building a list of European cities to visit. Not only does Rome have just about anything that the history buff or culture buff could ever want, but it also has an exciting blend of modern attractions and amenities that are picture perfectly executed alongside thousands of years old architecture.
Surprise surprise, Paris makes the list.
Definitely ranked as one of the very best European cities to visit year in and year out, Paris can feel a little bit “overdone” – in a differently won’t be one of the more obscure European cities you decide to visit – but it still has that romance, history, and culture that sucks people in every single year.