Europe’s Top 5 Travel Spots

By on June 4, 2014

Europe is a continent abundant with immense heritage and beauty. With an extraordinary variation seen through its cities, there are a few which must be visited for sure, at least once in a lifetime. Here is a list of the 5 of such top European travel spots that offer a genuine reason for you t plan a trip when you get the first chance.

Monschau, Germany

Monschau, Germany

This is the charming city of Eifel region, which has a wealth of attractions. This town is so peaceful and calm that you may doubt if the place is even known to the rest of the world. And slowly, its overwhelming scenic beauty leaves you thinking if you had planned for enough holidays to cover the entire place. Truly amazing, and yet less frequented spot.

Roquefort, France

Roquefort, France

When talking of holidays in France, the discussions generally revolve around the fashion city Paris, but another destination, not so popular may completely astonish you with assaulting fragrance and underground caves. The city of Roquefort is where the blue cheese is produced. Interestingly, the cheese is widely known to the world, than the place. You will get to know the boundaries with the welcoming aroma of this exquisitely produced product here.

Carnac, France

Carnac, France

Not very popular, this place is known to the rest of the world for its standing rows of ancient stones. This beautiful town is divided into two areas- one telling the history of the age old stones, called Carnac-Ville, and the other detailing the beautiful sea side resort called Carnac-Plage. Dating back from 4000 B.C., these stones have been the attractions amongst the scholars of England, ever since these were discovered. Even today, the beauty seen in the deposited remains cannot be matched with anything else you may have known earlier.

Cotswold Way, England

Cotswold Way, England

The walking lovers can immediately pick this spot for a 102-mile long trail that follows along the Cotswold Hills in England. In 2007, it was officially inaugurated as a National Trail. The trail starts at Chipping Campden, and ends at Bath, where the end marker is now at place outside Bath Abbey. There are circular walks and trail contests that frequently occur to encourage the path seekers. Overall, this is a place which will engage you, mesmerize you and excite you to the core. Have a memorable walk and a memorable trip to this hidden part of England.

Giglio, Italy

Giglio, Italy

 

An Italian Island in Tyrrhenian Sea, that is mountainous and consists almost entirely of granite. It is an amazing site and is one of the seven islands that form Tuscan Archipelago, a chain of islands between the Ligurian Sea and Tyrrhenian Sea. Reach here to see what wonders the nature can create with its blending surroundings comprising of land and water. You will be amazed with the varied colors of the sea that constantly change and mesmerize.

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