Top 10 Places you Must visit in Schengen

1. La Rambla

 

A popular street in heart of Barcelona, La Rambla is only a little bit more than 1 km long, but it has it all: cafes, shops, fabulous restaurants, street artists and amazing architecture. It’s perfect to get to feel Barcelona’s vibe during a walk, buy some souvenirs and have a delicious meal.

2. Primate’s Palace

 

It is a Palace from the 18th Century, located in Slovakia’s capital, Bratislava. The building is considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings in Slovakia, due to its spectacular exterior. Today the building is a town hall. The location is also perfect as a starting point to visit other famous parts of Bratislava.

3. Warsaw Market Square

 

A marketplace located in the old town of Poland’s capital Warsaw, it originates from the 13th Century and it is full of magnificent buildings with medieval architecture. The place is perfect for winter and summer sports and festivals with a great offer of regional food and drinks.

4. Eisriesenwelt, Salzburg

 

The world’s largest ice cave, located in beautiful Alps of Austria, it is more than 40km long and open from May to October. Be sure to dress warmly and don’t forget to take your camera with you. The natural ice sculptures and formations will really take your breath away.

5. Piazza Vittorio – Rome

 

The biggest square in Rome, which is a capital of Italy and a city with an amazing historical heritage. It is perfect to visit during any time of the year. During the winter there is an ice ring, perfect for a family or romantic visit. From the square, you will have the chance to visit numerous famous stores and restaurants, surrounded with speeding traffic which is common in Italy.

6. Prague Castle

 

The city of the best beer in the world, known as a historical capital with great significance and as a home to numerous cultural attractions, Prague Castle originates from 9th Century and it is the largest castle area in the world. It is accessible by foot or tram and is open from April to October.

7. Museum Island, Berlin

 

The capital and the largest city of the Germany, Berlin originates from the 13th Century. It is famous for the Berlin Wall which was built to divide West and East Berlin and later at the end of Cold War it was destroyed to reunite the population again. The Museum Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with unique buildings and cultural artifacts from different periods.

8. Eiffel Tower

 

Paris is the city of culture, fashion, gastronomy and the host of magnificent, unique and the world’s famous monument, Eiffel Tower. The tower has three levels, with restaurants, bars, shops and amazing viewpoints at the top. It is open every day and it will amaze you with light and other shows prepared specially for visitors.

9. Amsterdam Roest

 

Amsterdam is known as nonofficial Capital of Netherlands. It is a city of flowers, river canals, narrow houses, and art. The Amsterdam Roest is a marketplace in the heart of Amsterdam and with beach bars, market places and numerous bars is a host of many festivals throughout the year. It is a perfect place to feel the rythm of the city.

10. Buda Castle

 

Budapest is Hungary’s capital, divided by the famous river Danube, which is hosting even a small island, known for many recreational parks and festivals. The view on this historical city is amazing from Buda Castle. The Castle features with its remarkable history, museums, shops, bars, and restaurants. From the top of the Castle,  you will get to see the major part of the city with famous parliament, the river and also have a chance to enjoy gourmet meals.

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