Prague – Czech Republic
Prague is a gorgeous city filled with amazing tourist sites and beautiful places that can be explored for days, months or even a lifetime. The bustling metropolis has its own magnificent charm, no matter the period you chose to visit. Better known as “The City of Gold” or “East Paris”, Prague is one of the biggest cities in Europe, a city of unique beauty and astounding attractions. It hosts a multitude of incredible buildings, edifices and monuments that are spanning different eras. The Old Center is an animated place you’ll love to explore. Here you can find lots of engaging pubs, restaurants, stores, art galleries and incredible museums. You can’t miss Prague Castle - the biggest medieval center in Europe, where you can find a multitude of attractions like Golden Lane, St. Vitus Cathedral, and Lobcowicz Palace.
Athens – Greece
Athens is a city of great historical significance. It keeps intact astounding monuments, relics and proof of antic civilizations that influenced the evolution of mankind; it is a place of worship that will leave you speechless. Known as the birth place of the Antic Greek civilization, the Acropolis is a milestone of Athens, a must-see attraction where you’ll stumble upon numerous other astounding places of interest, including: The Parthenon, The Temple of Athens, Dionysus Theatre, also the Acropolis Museum with lots of antique artifacts with a deep historical significance. Athens’s contemporary side is represented by Syntagma Square where the modern Parliament Building will take your breath away.
Vienna – Austria
Vienna may be old-fashioned and traditional, but it also has a new, modern allure that will blow your mind. From the impressive constructions in baroque style, to the Jugendstil “of gold” and the modern architecture, travelers will be lured in by the city’s hundreds of incredible museums. Spring is a perfect time of the year to visit Belvedere Palace, which was built in the middle of a gorgeous garden, offering a beautiful view of the city. Named the symbol of Vienna’s freedom, St. Stefan Cathedral, with his altars, arcade, towers, pictures, is a genuine architectural treasure. If you happen to be in Vienna this spring, you might also want to include in your itinerary the Schonbrunn Palace, Mozart’s House and Wiener Staatsoper.
London – United Kingdom
Also known as “The City on the Thames”, London is a travel destination that amazes with its incredible museums, historical attractions, cultural diversity, double-deckers, and overall British elegance. The city’s landmark, the Big Ben, is downright charming, especially at night when the façade and clocks are lighted up. Another must-see attraction is The London Eye, which offers a splendid panorama of the city. London is invigorating, vivid and packed with incredible parks. If you want to relax on a Sunday evening, check out Hyde Park.
Moscow – Russia
Moscow thrills travelers with its majestic vibe, turbulent history, and century’s old architectural edifices. Even though the temperatures are not quite warm in the spring, exploring the city will still make up for an unforgettable European getaway. Moscow prides with incredible attractions and places of interest. Red Square and the Kremlin are the city’s key milestones. From a spiritual, historical and geographical point of view, this beautiful capital is outstanding. Unlike any other city in the world, Moscow highlights a royal allure that we adore. There’s opulence everywhere surrounding the city. Among several other attractions you can’t miss out while wandering the streets of Moscow, we should mention St. Basil’s Cathedral, Bolshoi Theatre, and the Gulag History Museum.
Springtime in Europe is magnificent. The trees are in full bloom, the temperatures are warm and pleasant, and the people are finally getting out of their homes to explore the wonders of their cities. You can also opt for Nordic cruise holidays. Take a leap of faith and head over to your favorite city to enjoy a relaxing and unforgettable spring break.
Site updated on 15. February 2020