Visit Europe: Top 10 European Cities for Tourists

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Traveling to Europe can be a daunting task. We have made a short list of the top ten “must see” cities in Europe with a bit of a taste of what is in those cities to see. So, if you are thinking of planning your summer trip to Europe why not watch and get some ideas for some of the cooler/funner/groovier/historicallier 😉 cities to visit in Europe.
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  1. Peter Mcnany
    Peter Mcnany says:

    For me it would be
    1. Brussels Belgium
    2. Ghent Belgium
    3. Antwerp Belgium
    4. Bruges Belgium
    5. Rome Italy
    6. Amsterdam Netherlands
    7. Pisa Italy (I know a lot of people say don't bother but I think its worth it)
    8. Prauge Czech Republic
    9. Vienna Austria
    10. Berlin Germany
    11. Rotterdam Netherlands
    12. Utrech Netherlands
    13. Madrid Spain
    14. Paris France
    15. Hamburg Germany
    16. Innsbruck Austria
    17. Liege Belgium
    18. Colonge Germany
    19. London England
    20. Venice Italy
    21. Charolei Belgium
    22. Lyon France
    23. Nice France
    24. Munich Germany
    25. Berm Switzerland
    26. Lugano Switzerland
    27. Frankfurt Germany
    28. Lueven Belgium
    29. Mechelen Belgium
    30. Ostend Belgium
    31. Ypres Belgium
    32. Dresden Germany
    33. Hanover Germany
    34. Karkow Poland
    35. Warsaw Poland
    36. Hasselt Belgium
    37. Zurich Switzerland
    38. Geneva Switzerland
    39. Basel Switzerland
    40. Stuttgart Germany
    41. Kortrijk Belgium
    42. Nuremberg Germany
    43. Leipizg Germany
    44. Bonn Germany
    45. Strasbourg France

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  2. SoulAcid1
    SoulAcid1 says:

    My favorites (not nessessary in this order):
    Rome (Italy)
    Paris (France)
    London (England)
    Dublin (Ireland)
    Berlin (Germany)
    Vienna (Austria)
    Prague (Czech Republic)
    Amsterdam (Netherlands)
    Reykjavik (Iceland) -> I mean the whole island
    Madrid (Spain)
    Colone (Germany)
    Salzburg (Austira)
    Athene (Greece)
    Florence (Italy)
    Oslo (Norway)
    … and so on. These 15 cities are the first in my thoughts, but there are more beautiful places here in europe.
    greetings from germany 🙂

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  3. john ortensio
    john ortensio says:

    my top ten from visiting europe and not in particular order because i love them when im there, because of the food and the history . the whole country of italy , monaco, paris, marseilles, all of southern france , most of spain. sorry but northern europe is being destroyed by migrants especially sweden and i was there the people are being forced politicly to accept them.

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  4. missschimming
    missschimming says:

    Going to Prague, Berlin, and Vienna this winter. So excited they made your list. Your videos have been super helpful in preparing. Thank you!!

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  5. Alex Stench
    Alex Stench says:

    OK then, everyone's list will be different and no ones is right, other than mine of course..:) And it all depends why you go to these places that makes them matter to you.

    London
    Munich
    Krakow
    Stockholm
    Vienna
    Berlin
    Prague
    Salzburg
    Hamburg
    Amsterdam
    Copenhagen
    Helsinki
    Oslo
    Zagreb
    Venice, Rome and Paris. You know, they're probably top 3 in must go see if you've never been and Paris is the most amazing city in the world and Venice probably second but I've used up my credits and desire having been there a couple of times each. All the others are higher on "I'd go back to-ness".

    Notables I haven't been to that could make a future list. Edinburgh, anywhere in Belgium or Spain , Budapest.

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  6. Nathan Wall
    Nathan Wall says:

    Amsterdam is the most overrated city in Europe. It's expensive, the architecture sucks, and there are better museums elsewhere.

    If you want North Western European architecture​? Go to Ghent. Better food, less crowded, and way prettier. Seriously, Google it.
    You want canals, beer, churches and old history? Go to Bruges.
    Spend a day in those cities. Kick yourself in the groin. That's pretty much Amsterdam.
    As an American who has lived in Europe and been everywhere, avoid Amsterdam.

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  7. Clement Ng
    Clement Ng says:

    Paris, London, Rome, Prague, Barcelona, Berlin, Krakow, Venice, Amsterdam, Vienna. My add ons, Florence, Salzburg, Athens, Budapest, Madrid, Seville, st petersburg, Helsinki, Talinn, Stockholm, copenhagen, Riga, vilnius, Edinburgh, Leipzig, Bucharest, Sofia, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Milano, Toledo, Verona, Granada, Weimar, Siena, segovia, avila,

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  8. Vincent Vega
    Vincent Vega says:

    Yeah i went to London and i really would liked somebody tell me that besides the Tower is really pricey you are NOT allowed to take pictures at the crown jewels! Oh and you are not able to like standing infront of the jems and look at them. There is an escalator driving you by. I´m not kidding. 😀 i was aware of that escalator thing (which kind of make sense because even with that the line 20 minutes before the Tower closes was soooo long), but that you are not allowed to take pictures is a real downer for me.

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  9. Muhamed Zeneli
    Muhamed Zeneli says:

    I was in almost all of these cities and i must say Berlin and Kraków definitely don't deserve top 10. Venice should be on top of the list if you plan a romantic trip, honey moon or something otherwise i wouldn't put Venice in europe's top 10 cities too. Instead of these 3 cities i would put Madrid, Budapest and Lissabon (Moscow would also be on the list if they were clearly in europe)
    If one has seen all these cities you don't need to see anything else i europe 🙂

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  10. Muhamed Zeneli
    Muhamed Zeneli says:

    I was in almost all of these cities and i must say Berlin and Kraków definitely don't deserve top 10. Venice should be on top of the list if you plan a romantic trip, honey moon or something otherwise i wouldn't put Venice in europe's top 10 cities too. Instead of these 3 cities i would put Madrid, Budapest and Lissabon (Moscow would also be on the list if they were clearly in europe)
    If one has seen all these cities you don't need to see anything else i europe 🙂

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  11. Ken Lee
    Ken Lee says:

    My visit to Vienna, a short 6 days, was marred by having been harassed by arab/turk migrants THREE times in the vicinity of Hofburg and the cathedral. If I were not a head and a half taller than these mugs, I would probably have been robbed. A year later, still feel bloody ticked off.

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  12. Ayman Ilham
    Ayman Ilham says:

    Have you ever been to Manchester (basically England's 2nd city or rather joint 2nd along with Birmingham) it's a great city with a brilliant mix of Victorian and Modern architecture!

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  13. ManicBeans
    ManicBeans says:

    My top places in Europe (I'm from England. I haven't been to places like Venice, Rome, Vienna, Lisbon, but i plan to visit most places 🙂 this is where I've been so far)

    1: Florence (beautiful city, want to live there for a short while somewhen, amazing architecture, museums, culture, cuisine, landscape and weather)

    2: London (obviously have visited lots of times because I live 1.5 hours away, fantastic city, always has something different to offer, but i would recommend escaping the central areas where all the tourists are and see the real london, camden, shoreditch etc.)

    3: Berlin (so much to do, spend a week there and still didn't hit all the places i wanted to)

    4: Copenhagen (loved the culture of hygge, being cosy in café's sipping hot chocolate, and the architecture is amazing)

    5: Amsterdam (beautfiul place full of small alleys and canals, will definitley go back soon)

    6: Barcelona (the gothic area is the best, that is the real barcelona, but it go radiated out into what it is today, a very large tourist trap, but the beaches are wonderful)

    7: Paris (i liked parts of it, but large areas came across as dirty)

    8: Belfast (went on a university trip, definitley combine it with a trip to dublin and giants causeway, very interesting city regarding the conflict it had for more than 4 decades, the conflict is still alive today but there is a peace process unfolding.)

    9: Oxford (This is only 70minutes coach away from london, I go to Oxford Brookes university and live here, amazing architecture, really makes you think of harry potter, loads of cool little pubs and museums)

    10: Not a city, but Normandy in France (very good if your interested in WW2 with all the beaches for the d day landings nearby)

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  14. Czar Zenana
    Czar Zenana says:

    My Top-10 list, in particular order:
    1. Bukarest (Rumania)
    2. Budapest (Hungary)
    3. Prague (Czech Republic)
    4. Berlin(Germany)
    5. Santander (Spain)
    6. Utrecht (the Netherlands)
    7. London (United Kingdom)
    8. Vienna (Austria)
    9. Skopje (makadonia)
    10. Thessaloniki (Greece)
    I left out Amsterdam (because Utrecht is 10x better) and Paris (because French are horrible and Paris is horrible),
    Bukarest is amazing, really no advertisement on the streets. Santander is not that big, but very, very, very nice. Skopje had an earth-quake in 1966, but part of the old town still exists (stari most)
    Please let me know your top-10 of European Cities.

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  15. Epyrian
    Epyrian says:

    Yeah, the Brits have stolen a lot of artifacts from all over the world. >:(

    "Wow, this ancient sculpture is awesome. Let's take it back to our country!"

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