8 most amazing European tourist spots to explore

Europe is home to a number of great cities, attractions, amusement parks and some of the best beaches in the world. There are more historic sites in this continent than in any other place in the world. Everyone wants to visit Europe at least one in their life and experience the beauty and magic of this amazing place. There are extraordinary landscapes and people who will floor with their charm and graceful attitude. There are far too many options for a tourist in Europe but there at least 8 places which you must never miss while touring this continent. Let us explore these beautiful places –

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1) Louvre Museum, France
This one of the most revered cultural attractions in France and in Europe, in particular. There are more than thousand art pieces on display including the famous Mona Lisa. You can spend an entire day here gazing at the beautiful creations. The most interesting exhibit is the Napoleon’s Apartment exhibit. There are also Egyptian antiquities in display which will impress even a non-history buff. Continue reading “8 most amazing European tourist spots to explore”

Things to Know When Traveling Prague

There are still a lot of things that people do not know about Prague, one of the larger cities of Central Europe that has served as the capital of the historic region of Bohemia for centuries. When traveling Prague, don’t forget to look up the Prague Castle which is the biggest castle all over the world nor the Golden Lane situated on its walls.

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See the oldest bridge in the world, the Charles Bridge over the Vitava River; and the Old Town Square which is located among Tyn church, St. Nichola’s church and the Old Town Hall with its Astronomical Clock that plays a very short but interesting performance.

Also, visit St. Vitus Cathedral, the Vysehrad Castle, the Petrin Tower, Wenceslas Square, Prague Zoo and the Troja Chateau. There is also the Jewish Quarter where the Jewish cemetery and Old New Synagogue are located. Legend has it that the foundations of the Old New Synagogue, the oldest in Europe, came from King Solomon’s temple in Jerusalem.