Where Should You Spend A Weekend In Europe

European countries are known for their vibrant cities, famous restaurants, museums, architecture, and nightlife, so choosing which country to visit can be quite difficult. Every year, millions of people travel to Europe from all around the globe just to get a good taste of its interesting culture. But since Europe is a blend of ancient and modern civilization, every city has its own unique story.
Here is a list of 5 most interesting cities in Europe – to help you make this very difficutl choice.


If you’re looking for a place that is full of character, has jaw-dropping architecture, and an exciting Mediterranean atmosphere, then Barcelona is the best choice for you. This city dates back over 2,000 years, which makes it one of the world’s oldest cities. Since Barcelona is the home to one of the best football clubs in the world, it is always a good idea to visit Camp Nou, their football stadium which has a capacity of almost 100,000. If you’re a fan of architecture, then you can’t miss the opportunity to admire one of Gaudi’s masterpieces – the Sagrada Familia. Rich in geometric forms and religious symbolism, this monument will definitely leave you breathless.


You’ll hardly find another big city that is as rich in history as Prague. Know that if you visit this city, you will definitely have a lot to see. Whether you have only 24 hours or a few days to spend in Prague, the best way to experience this city is to simply stroll around. Prague Castle is the world’s largest castle complex and includes the gothic St. Vitus Cathedral. Although many European cities were destroyed and rebuilt in the 17th and 18th century, the buildings of Prague were left untouched. Since this city wasn’t severely damaged during World War II, it represents a breathtaking mix of gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture. The city is also excellent for hosting events, if you are looking to put together a team building event or an out of town family gatherding.


If the city of Amsterdam is next on your bucket list, then you should know that the best way to explore this Dutch capital is by riding a bike. It’s worth mentioning that bikes outnumber humans in Amsterdam, because the city is fully adapted to cycling. From huge music festivals to cultural carnivals, this city has something to offer to everyone. For example, if you’re a fan of history and culture then don’t miss the chance to visit the Van Gogh Museum or the Anne Frank House. And if you are interested in music and nightlife, then you should visit some of the city’s legendary nightclubs.


The most exciting thing about visiting the capital of Iceland is the fact that you don’t have to venture into the middle of nowhere in order to see nature’s most popular scenery – the Aurora Borealis. Reykjavik is also a home to museums like the Viking Maritime Museum and the Einar Jonsson Museum. The best way to see absolutely every part of the city is to visit Reykjavik’s Hallgr√≠mskirkja church which has a viewing platform at the top of its tower. Also, another interesting way to experience this beautiful city is to simply go on a helicopter ride over the city.


Visiting the capital of Portugal for the weekend will surely be one of your most memorable trips. There is truly a lot that you can see here in two days. Since Lisbon is almost 2,700 years old, it effortlessly blends modernism with traditional heritage, which makes it perfect for people who like bustling cities. While visiting Lisbon, you’re actually never too far away from a breathtaking view. This city is built on seven hills that provide you with amazing views, especially if you visit their famous rooftop bars and restaurants.

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