5 Historically Symbolic Cities For A Great European Tour

Are you a tourist keen on historical sites and museums, and would like to explore them around Europe? Here are some of the best you can choose from, depending on your personal interest pattern. These options are selected based on reports gathered on different platforms from millions of people around the world. And don’t get shocked some expected popular names may be missing in these list of five. It was deliberate. Alright. Let’s jet out!

Florence, Italy

Apart from the beauty of the city and the nice river views, it’s a place rich in monumental historical and cultural figures. From Micheal Angelo’s David at the Galleria dell’Accademia, to the interesting museums, down to the Duomo, which is its most recognizable attraction. the city of Florence comes in quite a handy for a great tour. Then there’s the one of best of Cuisines awaiting there to cap it up.

Vienna, Austria

May not be getting much mentioned like Rome London, Paris and co., but this city well known for its monarchical practice and music is a good target for a nice European tour. Among the places of interest to be visited in Vienna are:
St Virgil’s chapel; an underground crypt discovered about 40 years ago lying about 12 meters below Stephansplatz.
The Albertina; Erected on one of the last remaining sections of the fortification of Vienna, The Augustinian Bastion
St Stephen’s Cathedral; The most important religious building in Vienna, with a rich history of Austrian important events.

Rome, Italy

There’s just quite a lot about this city. Rome is significant in history, Religion and arts. It’s a point of interest from all over the world. The city boast of great Renaissance architectures, stunning cathedrals, plazas, etc. The Colosseum, Sistine Chapel, Spanish steps, Roman Forum, Pantheon, are just to mention a few. There’s just so much to Rome that to be frank, everything can’t be seen in one trip. Chances are that you’d go there again after the first tour, as it always has much more to offer! The common saying ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’ is “really dead on”

Athens, Greece

Another historical city with a lot of monuments, gastronomy, the ultimate source of philosophy and modernism that help shape a lot of systems and programs of the government, education, sport in the present day, here comes Athens! This city attracts travelers from all over the world as its place in history can just never ever be taken away. Needless to mention the fact that it’s packed with a lot of cultural and historical artifacts.

Paris, France

Paris… well, I mentioned earlier on that the most popular names may be missing. Don’t know why am tempted to include Paris. Maybe because of the extraordinary food dimension. Seems am fast becoming a foody (smiles) what do I say about a city that ’has it all’. Paris is just a must-see. What to enjoy? well, I won’t bore you with details. But putting it simply, there’s a great lot both for the mouth and the eyes to feed on. They range from, history, to art, culture and lots beauties all around. Then, there’s a quite greater one to cap it all up. Food! So, one good advice, please don’t miss Paris!

About the Author: Bella Johnson

Bella Johnson is an avid traveler that loves to venture around the world. From the big cities to the vast deserts, she can be found almost anywhere. Bella has visited over 50 countries and has stepped foot on 6 continents. When she is not traveling, Bella enjoyed DIY projects, 90's movies, and tacos.