The lists of the seal. We have some sort of traveling wishlist that we want to tick off, hate or love them! In Europe and the world, let alone, there are so many destinations and so many things to do.”Some tend to stand out from all the magnificent and iconic things to see and experience in Europe. Some of the best affordable you have to do on this magnificent continent have been listed.
1 Have high tea in London
Afternoon tea, like the Union Jock and the Queen, is about as British. One of the many beautiful spots in the town can opt for a plain tee and a boccia or push out the boat. There is even the opportunity of getting to know some of London’s best-loved sights while you’re on a vintage double-decker tour bus!
2 Scale the Eiffel Tower
A visit to this icon and paying monument in Europe is one of the highlights of France, which is one of the most visited in Paris. Take a closer lookout on the architect Gustave Eiffel’s little apartment, designed for himself at the top of this iconic landmark; and if you can, try scale the tower after sunset. The tower is open until 11:00 pm and a toast can be drunk until 10:00 am at the top floor champagne bar.
3 Explore Helsinki’s Design district
In 2012, the capital of design was Helsinki, and art and design in Finland is a way of life. The renowned design district consists of over 25 blocks and 200 buildings with all types of marvellous activities and points of interest at the heart of the city centre. The 140-year-old museum includes the Design Museum, the Marimekko robes and textiles, which Jackie Kennedy made famous in the 1950s. Stores selling handcrafted ceramics, wooden furniture and art installations; the exceptional eaters, offering fresh modern, Nordic cuisine.
4 Eat a Chocolate
Belgium is a waffle country, and in cities such as Brussels, Antwerp and Bruges, this warm treat can be found almost every street corner. Eat with whipped cream and strawberries or chocolate syrup in the traditional way.
5 Take a train to Jungfraujoch
Jungfraujoch in Switzerland is renowned for its scenic beauty and epic location and is home to Europe’s highest-altitude train stations and one of few places you can play all year round in the snow. It takes nearly one whole day to get up and down, but it’s worth the trip every second, as you step away from the train into the pure, Swiss alpine air and look in wonder at the valley below
6 Visit Stockholm Palace
His Majesty the King of Sweden’s official residence, the Stockholm palace comprises more than 600 rooms spanning the XVIII and XIXth centuries, including royal chapels, museums and an armoury featuring royal clothes, ancient weapons and royal coronation coaches.
7 Taste real German beer in Germany
In the 15th century, 600 more brweries were exported in Germany to countries such as Holland, England and Scandinavia. In Germany beer was grown up as far as 800 BC. The purity rule was enacted in 1516 to ensure that only german beer is ever brewed without the use of any other additive in combination with barley, hops and water. The oldest regulatory food in the world remains to this day.
8 See a real live flamenco dance
This is colourful. This is colourful. This is upbeat. This is upbeat. It’s Spanish in essence! This rhythmic and vigorous dance form, native to Andalusia, Extremadura, and Murcia, includes cante (singing), toque (guitar), baile (dance) and palmas (hand clapping), and reflects the Roma gipsies’ fiery passion which first developed it. Take advantage of yourself and see a true flamenco show in Spain – poetry is in motion.
9 Walk through the city halls
In the heart of Rome, Vatican City is the smallest country in Europe. It is the headquarters for Europe’s roman Catholic City and the home of Saint Peter’s Basilica, St Peter’s Square, Vatican Museums, the Apostolic Palace, and of course, the majestic Sixtine Chapel. The Sixtine chapel ceiling is one of the most famous works of Michelangelo and it has remained unchanged since it ended in 1512.