5 Destinations on Every European City Break Bucket list
Iconic culture, stunning architecture and old world charm. These are just some of the reasons to visit Europe’s most popular cities this year. Here are the top 5 cities that both our customers and Irish holidaymakers love to visit…
Rome is consistently described as one of the most spectacular cities in the world and is brimming with beautiful landmarks and historical monuments. This ancient city is an unmissable destination on any city break bucket list.
Don’t miss: The stunning Trevi Fountain which is located in the heart of Rome.
This wonderful metropolis is the epitome of beautiful sites and relaxation. Filled with stunning thermal spas complexes, Budapest is the perfect place to unwind and luxuriate for the weekend.
Don’t miss: Szechenyi Baths – The salubrious thermal spring baths situated in a Neo-baroque palace.
Barcelona is a vibrant, exciting city which is truly alive and full of unique architecture and distinctive culture. This enchanting setting offers visitors anything imaginable from the hustle and bustle of the fast-paced city to relaxing, chilled out oceanfront scenes. This world-class destination is incredibly charming and definitely another must-see on the bucket list.
Don’t miss: Park Güell, the Unesco-listed enchanting forest created by Antoni Gaudí.
Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and the most beautiful. This magnificent destination is filled with breath-taking buildings, dynamic nightlife and a rich and varied culture. Krakow has a long, tragic history behind it which has made the city stronger and even more endearing. Krakow is sure to excite and fascinate every type of traveller.
Don’t miss: St. Mary’s Basilica – the striking church located in the main market square.
It is no surprise Vienna has consistently been named the number 1 best place to live in the world year after year. The world capital of music is beautiful, charming and booming with culture. Vienna is an absolute delight to visit is will not disappoint.
Don’t miss: Stephansdom – A gothic 12th-century church described as Vienna’s pride and joy.
So, what city will you be visiting next?