“Europe is a fascinating continent. It has a total of 739 countries with a population of 50 million. The main languages spoken in Europe are Russian, German, French, English, Ukrainian, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese and Romanian.”
1- Visit Lisbon, Portuguese Republic
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is a truly special place, which is part of my list of unique cities in the world. One of the most beautiful places to visit in Lisbon is the downtown area, “Baixa.” Without a doubt, this is one of my favorite areas in Lisbon. Every corner of this city, where I was born, reveals great beauty and authenticity.
2- Visit Venice, Italian Republic
Venice needs no introduction anywhere in the world – an entire city is built on the lagoon, with canals, grand, small and labyrinthine, rather than sidewalks and streets. Marble castles, filled with magnificent beauty, hide romantic secrets for centuries. Rest days and cheerful nights. Bohemian. Sandal Gondolas Rocking Cuddling Couple. Venice is a living carnival like no other.
3- Visit London, United Kingdom
London is a city where a person can spend weeks or months, travel by bus and never experience enough. Talk about metropolitan! Whatever flavor you have, London is your city. Whether you are exploring your past or want to enjoy its vibrant, mixed environment, London is your city.
4- Visit the state of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Canals, Coffee Shops, Red Light District, Bicycles. They are there, but after leaving this intimate, remarkable city you have much to remember. Although it is relatively small in size, Amsterdam is extremely rich, due to its liberal culture of acceptance of others, whatever they may be. Since it includes visitors, of course, it is sure that you will feel welcome.
5- Visit Berlin, Federal Republic
Berlin is quite surprising. Despite being the 2nd most populous city in the European Union, it somehow maintains a quiet and peaceful, slow pace. Berlin now has a beautiful blend of historical and modern architecture, with the necessary infrastructure to rebuild after the bombings during World War II. Yes, if you are looking for the remains of the Berlin Wall, only partially disintegrating in 1989.
6- Visit Brussels, Belgium State
The capital of Belgium is not one of those cities whose name immediately puts an image in our minds. Then, you start to remember the delectable Belgian chocolate, the Comic Books tradition and the fact that Brussels is the headquarters of the European Union.
Upon arriving in Brussels, see the grandeur of baroque and Gothic-gilded houses at Grand Place, one of the most beautiful squares in the world. Wow! With spiraling, twisting, and grooving, organic art Noumea facades and its medieval buildings, the architecture is attractive in parts of the city.
7- Visit Belfast, Northern Ireland
These days there is no further news of a quarrel between Christians and Protestants to keep visitors away from Belfast. There is no news of an army, or IRA, firing on people in London in the name of independence for Northern Ireland, to set off another bomb in London. Long gone, Belfast is now free to show all its attractions to its visitors.
8- Visit Valletta, Republic of Malta
Malta is a small country in the Mediterranean Sea, made up of only three islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino. Valletta is the capital city and, you guessed it, it is a small capital. It was ruled over the years by a few different peoples: Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthage and, Romans, Byzantines, and Arabs. As it now stands, however, the city was built in a well-conceived, innovative structure by the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem in the 16th-17th centuries – “a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen.”
9- Travel live, Ukraine
Love is a charming place with an aura that loves you. The city’s delightful architecture is authentically Central European, the lowest Soviet in the whole of Ukraine. A glorious city, it is also recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
10- Visit to Zibiani village in Ushguli, Georgia
In the Upper Sancti region of Georgia, the hilly landscape serves as a set for medieval villages with tower houses. These small villages located on the mountain slopes of the Upper Svaneti are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List due to their well-preserved medieval art and eccentric architecture.21