The most beautiful places in Europe you must see
Europe is the most diverse and definitely richest cultural continent with stunning nature and unusual places.
Coliseum in Rome, Italy
You must not miss the Coliseum, especially now that visitors are also allowed to see the corridors below the floors where gladiators and animals went to the arena. This coliseum is the largest amphitheatres of all time that was build during the Roman Empire.
This coliseum is the largest amphitheatres of all time that was build during the Roman Empire.
The Coliseum had seats for more than 50,000 spectators.
Address: Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Rom RM, Italy
Height: 48 m
St. Peter's Basilica or Vatican Basilica
This is Rome's Pope's home which attracts around 7 million visitors each year. It is one of the world's largest sacred buildings, which is also an outstanding and unique work of art. St Peter's Basilica also exhibits works of art created by world-renowned Renaissance artists such as Rafael and Michelangelo. This building was built in a place where, during the Roman Empire, Emperor Neron had killed many Christians. Here also Saint Peter was killed, in whose name this basilica was named.
This is Rome's Pope's home..
St. Peter's Basilica is an important destination for pilgrims from all over the world.
Acropolis in Greece
Acropolis in Athens is visited by about three million people every year. Its history begins in the 5th century BC. These buildings is considered to be one of the most important classical architectural buildings. Athens Acropolis is an ancient citadel located on the rocks above the city of Athens. It contains the remains of ancient buildings with great architectural and historical significance, the most famous being Parthenon. A night walk is the time when the Acropolis looks most impressive.
Athens Acropolis is an ancient citadel located on the rocks above the city of Athens.
The elegant Erechtheion temple was built in pentelic marble. The east entrance, is lined with six Ionic columns.
Shannon Castle, Loire Valley, France
Shannon (Château de Chenonceau) reminds why France is worth admiring. The castle has been built across the River Shera and it feels like it is so harmoniously ideal that it must be built in accordance with some of the laws of the beauty of the universe. The Loire Valley castles are luxurious and important in the history of the region. The Loire Valley includes one of France's great wine regions, producing the Dionysus beverage, known throughout the world.The Loire Valley is often referred to as the French Garden because it produces high quality products that are used in the best restaurants in Paris.
The castle has been built across the River Shera and it feels like it is so harmoniously ideal that it must be built in accordance with some of the laws of the beauty of the universe.
Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque was also called the Blue Mosque, built during the reign of Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I in the early 17th century. The mosque's central dome is 23.5 meters in diameter and six minarets reach an impressive 64 meters in height. The interior of the church is decorated with more than 20,000 tiles from Zinika, but at the top of the ceiling the light shines through 200 colored glass windows.
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque was also called the Blue Mosque
The interior of the church is decorated with more than 20,000 tiles from Zinika, but at the top of the ceiling the light shines through 200 colored glass windows.
The mosque is used for its purpose - there are Muslim prayers every day. Tourists should not go beyond the special area with a rope.
Eiffel Tower in France
The Eiffel Tower is a steel tower in Paris, France, which is the main symbol of Paris. Once in a lifetime, everybody really deserves to visit the building created by Gustav Eiffel. The view of one of the world's most beautiful cities from above is breathtaking. The tower was built between 1887 and 1889 as an entrance to the arch of the World Exhibition in honor of the anniversary of the French Revolution. There are 2 restaurants in the tower: 95 meters above sea level, Altitude 95 on the first floor and Jules Verne on the second floor, a restaurant with a private elevator.
Once in a lifetime, everybody really deserves to visit the building created by Gustav Eiffel.
There is a special glass floor in the tower. It is built on the first platform of the 325 meter high tower. The tower, also called the "Iron Lady", is visited by about seven million people every year.
The Palace of Versailles is the French Royal Palace in Versailles. The former French monarchy is a spectacular complex that glows in gold. There are luxurious fountains in the garden of the castle, which makes it clear why ordinary people rebelled against the monarchy. You must definitely see the Mirror Hall, the gardens of André Le Notre, as well as the "Hameau de la Reine" queen village of Marie Antoine. During Marie Antoine pigs on farms there were pink ribbons around the neck, but sheep smelled with French scents.
During Marie Antoine pigs on farms there were pink ribbons around the neck, but sheep smelled with French scents.
The former French monarchy is a spectacular complex that glows in gold.
The Palace of Versailles is seen as a symbol of the absolute monarchy system. It has about 2400 rooms, 2156 windows. The total area of the building is 67,000 m2. In 1979, the Versailles Palace complex was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
It was a small insight into Europe's finest places, which must be seen by everyone. If you are thinking of going on a Euro Tour, be sure to take these sites into consideration! Let the adventures begin ...