We’re getting closer and closer to New Year’s Eve and you have no idea where to go for your winter vacation? We’ve already given you some ideas in our part one of this blog post, but we’re sure that you want more top winter destinations in Europe.
No need to wait any longer, lets read about some magical winter destinations.
You probably think that you need a lot of money for celebrating New Year’s Eve in some of the popular European cities. What if we tell you that you actually don’t? Every one of these cities offers an open-air NYE party that is either free of admission or doesn’t cost much. So, if you still haven’t decided where to celebrate read our list of top 10 European New Year’s destinations that are cheaper than you thought and find one that you will love.
And if you are wondering what else you can see in some of those cities download our Cultural Places App and find guided tours through these cities and check out cool spots that you have to see.
Let’s start planning our NYE party…
Berlin is an amazing and huge city. It’s nine times larger than Paris and it has more bridges than Venice. It has two city centres, over 170 museums and 18 universities. Pretty impressive, right? With all of its cultural places and interesting history, it is really worth visiting and learning about it. In order not to miss anything important we are about to tell you everything you need to know before visiting Berlin.
So, let’s start exploring this magnificent city…
So, you’re planning your tour around Serbia and wondering where to go… We’ve already taken you to Belgrade the capital and beautiful Subotica and there is one more city that is a must-see and that is Novi Sad. The second-largest city in Serbia is the capital of province Vojvodina, a cultural melting pot with 26 ethnic groups and six official languages. Novi Sad (Hungarian: Újvidék) is a multicultural city with so many things that you have to see and experience. We are bringing you the ultimate travel guide to Novi Sad, so keep reading.
Let’s start from the very beginning…
We all have that one city that we are dying to get back to. One of ours is definitely Barcelona. Everything in Barcelona is perfect, the people, the streets, the food, the beaches… You can’t have bad times in Barcelona. And it’s perfect no matter what season of the year it is. Here we are bringing you 8 things that you will love about Barcelona, and sure there is more.
Let’s start with some basic stuff that you need for your planning and then we’ll explore this Mediterranean gem.
If you’ve been to Ljubljana, the Green Capital of Europe, you know how charming it is. Set in the centre of Slovenia, on the Ljubljanica river with a bunch of bridges over it and charming cobbled cars-free streets it will surely amaze you. It is a quite small city but with a lot to offer, so don’t underestimate it and prepare yourself for some serious sightseeing. Keep reading and find out our top 10 things to do in Ljubljana.
Have you already visited some major big cities in Europe and want to see more than that? Want to visit a less crowded city and enjoy it peacefully and spend less money? This time we recommend aiming for the heart of the Balkans and Bulgaria’s capital Sofia. Keep reading to find out what to do when in Sofia, the city that many say might be the new Berlin.
So, let’s find out when and how to visit Sofia, where to stay and what to do once you get there.
It is almost December and you are probably seeking for a perfect winter destination. If you are a passionate skier this is your favourite time of the year and you will enjoy our recommended ski resorts. And if you simply love to wander around interesting cities this is the time when it’s less crowded and much cheaper. Plus, you get to see amazing Christmas decorations. So, we are bringing you our top winter destinations in Europe, you will love them.
Get ready, pack some warm clothes and get going.
Every great city has a landmark that is known worldwide. For Vienna, one of them is Schönbrunn castle, or to be more specific the castle complex with all of its amazing gardens. One very interesting spot in this amazing complex is definitely Palmenhaus (Palm House), a piece of tropical paradise in the heart of Vienna. It’s a place with a tropical climate in the middle of Europe, a place with enormous palm trees and other lush exotic plants that you don’t get to see every day.
If you are planning to visit Serbia in the near future keep in mind that you should see more than just amazing Belgrade. Serbia is so rich with natural wonders that will relax your body and soul and mostly those wonders are mountain-related. Serbia is one of the rare countries with so many imposing mountains and 15 peaks over 2,000 meters above sea level. Impressive, right? You are probably wondering why visit mountains in Serbia in winter. Keep reading, we are bringing you the answer.