You don’t have to spend a lot of money on your travels to have a good time. There are many cities in Europe that are budget-friendly and offer a lot of awesome sights to see along with promising you a good time. So, in order to inspire you to travel more even if you’re living on a budget, we created this list of 10 best cheap cities in Europe.
Vienna is one of the most magical cities in Europe, especially in the winter holiday season when everything is so nicely decorated and sparkly. There are quite a few amazing Christmas markets all around the city, but those are not the only magical spots to see in Vienna — everything looks so great. If you’re considering to visit Austrian capital during the holiday season keep reading, we’ll show you the best things to do in Vienna this Christmas.
If you’re looking for a perfect New Year’s Eve destination, you should know that London is one of those destinations. It’s a perfect city to explore in the wintertime, with some pretty amazing NYE events. Wondering what are the best things to do in London for New Year’s Eve? Keep reading, we’ll tell you a little something about the best London NYE activities.
Almost every person we know dreams of visiting famous big cities, which are often too crowded and that can ruin your perfectly planned trip. That’s why it’s a good idea to visit a smaller city that gives you a more intimate, relaxed and unique experience and time to explore places in peace. There are a lot of cities like this worth mentioning if you’re into exploring Europe, but this time we bring you the 10 most beautiful small cities in Europe that you will love for sure.
Vienna is one remarkable city, full of historical places worth exploring. There are so many extraordinary buildings to be found in Vienna — it’s a dream destination for any architecture-lover. So if you’re wondering what to do in Vienna, here are some recommendations — check out its most impressive buildings.
Nestled along the banks of the Danube river is the Hungarian capital Budapest, which is considered as the Paris of the East for many reasons. Eiffel Tower and Mona Lisa aside, Budapest has a lot like Paris to offer. This jewel at the heart of Eastern Europe beckons with a rich history, stunning architecture and gorgeous scenery — there are really tons of things to do in Budapest.
Don’t you just love the Old Continent? It is full of so many amazing destinations, that you will need your whole life to explore everything properly. That’s why many of the destinations get overlooked by the popular ones, such as London, Paris, Rome, and many others. That’s why we decided to show you more of those overlooked destinations — here are top underrated cities in Europe.
Graz, Austria’s second-largest city after Vienna, is considered to be the northernmost Mediterranean city, with its narrow, cobbled streets and renaissance vibe and also an ideal shopping destination. Located near Austria’s borders it took something from Italy, Central Europe, and Balkans – that is why it feels so Mediterranean and on the other side, much German. Keep reading for the top 10 things to do in Graz that we loved and that will make you fall in love with this adorable city, for sure.
Zagreb is an exquisite city with a unique blend of the old spirit of continental Europe and Mediterranean culture. It’s full of beautiful buildings, amusing museums, and relaxing parks, but there is so much more. It has its unique spirit that you just must feel, and we’re about to tell you how. We’re about to show you the top things to do in Zagreb in order to feel the real spirit of the city.
The holiday season is near, the New Year’s Eve is a month and a half away, and you should already have a plan for how to celebrate it, for sure. If you’re not among those who plan their winter holidays that much ahead, it might be a good idea to start planning right now. We have a few great ideas for you — the 7 best cities to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2020 and have a good time.