Summer Destinations in Europe
Have you chosen to take a summer trip abroad? Your options are endless and you can not decide?, We are here to help! We have gathered some of the special places abroad that are ideal for summer holidays and are waiting for you to explore them!
Italy – Cinque Terre, Amalfi
Cinque Terre – five colored villages, five diamonds, villages that have come out of the Middle Ages and have entered the UNESCO World Heritage List. A fairytale setting, with picturesqueness, narrow alleys, smells of fresh herbs and medieval towers. Riommagiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso al Mare are connected to each other by paths that make you feel as if you are in another era, the first two villages are connected to each other by the most famous path Via dell’ Mores, i.e. the road of love.
Amalfi – Another place designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, a film destination. Its beautiful harbor offers breaths of sea breeze, the countless alleys full of treasures await you for exploration and endless walks. The Amalfi Coast combines quiet villages next to cosmopolitan cities, secluded shores next to organized beaches. You will come across picturesque and imposing mansions that create the ultimate backdrop for countless photos. Here you will find the original tiramisu with limoncello cream.
This small Lilliputian state has known various conquerors over the centuries and all of them have left their mark on the land of knights. It combines in a unique way sights with great history and beaches that make you discover all the shades of blue. Start from Valletta, the capital of Malta, which is an open-air museum and an UNESCO world cultural heritage site. Continue to the Blue Lagoon on the islet of Comino, the busiest spot for diving in the deep blue waters. Finally, Mdina, the famous silent city will enchant you with its cobbled streets and the absence of a car. If you are also looking for nightlife, St Julian’s is the ideal place full of bars and restaurants.
Spain – Barcelona, Madrid
Barcelona – A place that stands out on the European map, a city that from the very first moment makes you feel like you can live there. Large pedestrian streets, cycle paths, picturesque alleys and large squares challenge you to be constantly on the road and capture them. To feel the summer pulse of the city you should visit Barceloneta beach. Gaudi’s impressive Sagrada Familia church is one of the first things one will see when arriving in the city. Don’t miss the view from the Bunkers de Carmel, visit the magical space of the Palau de la Musica Catalana and watch an opera of your choice.
Madrid – A colorful and multicultural capital full of contrasts. On the one hand, its imposing buildings of another era with historical monuments and on the other, an ultra-modern metropolis. Madrid knows very well how to take you back in time and get to know her cultural wealth. Some of the places you should definitely visit are the San Miguel Market, the Palace of Madrid, the Reina Sofia National Museum, home to Pablo Picasso’s Guernica, and the El Rastro open-air market, which is one of the most famous in Europe.
Most of the tourists in the south of France choose Nice and Cannes for the summer. Nice – the beauty of the Cote d’Azur – introduces you to the meaning of French sophistication. It is ideal for walks on the Promenade des Anglais coast under the coconut trees, next to the crystal clear waters and the Bay of Angels. In the old town you will find small alleys of unprecedented beauty, traditional mansions and galleries. Cannes is the most glittering city in the south of France, famous for its film festival, it is a small village that over the years turned into a seaside resort. To live the summer as it should be, your tour will start from the heart of Cannes, the Croisette, then you must see the Iles de Lerins islands that will make you fall in love with them. If you want to see this much talked about red carpet up close then the place you should visit is the Palais des Festivals.
Visiting Portugal is a real travel experience through medieval castles, fairytale villages, churches with unimaginable interior decoration, national parks and unique sandy beaches. The places to visit are countless, some of the main ones are its capital Lisbon, its historical center presents all the culture of the country with the most important attractions being the castle of São Jorge, Alfama, the oldest Arab quarter.
Postcard-like Porto, its most famous neighborhood is Ribeira with its colorful buildings, neoclassical mansions and stunning churches. Sintra is the city that has been classified as a cultural landscape by UNESCO, there you will see the most beautiful palaces and the most special architecture.