In 2019 and as every year some cities in Europe are the favorite of travelers from all over the world and it is not a question of fashion but these cities for their beauty and what they have to offer are important points for anyone in Elgun. At the moment of their lives they want to visit, for its history, its culture and its incomparable beauty, these are the most visited cities in Europe.
As usual, we start with the city of Light. Paris receives more than 16 million visitors a year. Tourists visit the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay, and taste the specialties of French cuisine at the Lipp brewery, at the modern Girafe, with a wonderful view of the Eiffel Tower or the new The Hoxton, installed in a beautiful 18th century building. And nobody can stop admiring the tower of Montparnasse illuminated by more than 40 thousand lights, curiously this tower does not consume more power than what 40 clothes iron spend
London surpasses all the most visited cities in Europe, since it has more than 20 million visitors per year. The most famous sites are Buckingham Palace, the Parliament, the British Museum and the Royal Academy of Arts. The clubs chosen in 2018 were the exclusive 5 Hertford Street and the Annabel`s, in the Mayfair neighborhood, The AllBright, a club for women only and the new Japan House, in
Kensington or get lost in the Tate Modern, one of the most famous galleries of modern art in the world. Also on the top floor there are views that take your breath away. Although we speak of wonderful views, none like the ‘The View from The Shard’, at 310 meters, The Shard is not only the tallest building in London, it is the tallest in all of Western Europe and offers its customers an experience sensational, which starts when you enter the ground floor.
Walk around Picadilly Circus and take a picture with the typical illuminated signs in the background. And if you dare, you can participate in a night tour that will take you to discover the most current London. In the visit you will go through the main central places of London. In the end you will all go to toast with a pint in a pub! Cheers .
Milan receives more than 8 million tourists a year and, although it is not the most touristy Italian city, it is the one with the most visitors, since its airport is the point of arrival and departure for those who go to the Alps and the north of Italy. This is a city famous for its luxury shops and its theaters, such as the Duomo, the Scala, the Vittorio Emmanuele II gallery and the Pinacotteca de Brera.
You cannot say that you have visited Milan without going to the Duomo. It is the main “attraction”, or rather the most important symbol of the city. Getting to it is quite simple, since it is located in the center of the city.
It is not easy to visit the last dinner of Leonardo da Vinci in the Church of Santa Maria de las Gracias, but it is totally worth it, it is recommended to give an appointment with time in advance, there is a long list, but to see in person the Last Supper is priceless. The visit lasts 15 minutes and it is not allowed to take pictures, no doubt an experience to live.
The main Dutch city, Amsterdam, receives approximately 8 million tourists per year. Its channels that form rings around the Dam Square are its main attraction and lead tourists to the Rembrant museum or the Rikjsmuseum, but the area is ideal for cycling. One of the favorite places is the Jordaan neighborhood, with its streets of aesthetics of the seventeenth century, its houses with interior courtyards and the attractive Dutch pubs.
Amsterdam is full of small and independent art galleries. The most important are Radar an art and architecture gallery with urban-inspired exhibitions, Galerie Fons Welters is an industrial space full of exhibitions and facilities of the most modern or KochxBos a kind of living room-dining room converted into a residential street with emphasis on the Kitsch art, colorful and surreal. Most are in the Jordaan neighborhood and it’s free.
Seeing the city from the water is one of the best things to do in Amsterdam, you can get on one of the three ferries that cross the IJ, the seafront of the Dutch capital, to explore Amsterdam-Noord. The NDSM Wharf area is an old restored shipyard that attracts the coolest people in the city.
The huge Vondelpark is an ideal place to rest, relax or have a picnic. But if you are looking for some tranquility and much more authenticity, the Begijnhof is an island of calm. A small square surrounded by old buildings with a central garden. The whole is from the fourteenth century and is a preciousness that is entered through a narrow passage. Take a book and relax by the oldest house in Amsterdam (number 34). From here you can also visit the Civil Guard Gallery, a covered street full of 17th century paintings that is also free and managed by the Amsterdam Museum.
These are the most visited cities in Europe and you can see why, it’s wonderful cultural contribution, intoxicating views, delicious flavors, it’s cultural richness will make you visit them, fill your spirit with energy and leave unforgettable memories that you will want to relive more than once.