Europe is where some of the world’s greatest cultures and civilizations originated. It is a diverse and interesting place. It might be the second smallest continent, but Europe is home to the largest country in the world. Russia is so big, in fact, that it takes up forty percent of Europe’s land area. Europe was the main location of several historical periods that made a huge impact on the world like the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution.

Top and best places to visit in Europe

Rome, Italy

 With the Catholic Church at its side, European civilization revolved around Rome for thousands of years. The iconic city has served as the backdrop for everything. Italy’s hot-blooded capital is one of the world’s most romantic and inspiring cities. Eating out is one of Rome’s great pleasures and the combination of romantic alfresco settings and the superlative food is a guarantee of good times.

                 

Paris, France

 It’s the city of love, the height of European romance. The picturesque cityscape evokes images of streetlight glances and romantic strolls along the River Seine. Whether you come to Paris for the wine, the art or the high fashion, you’re sure to fall in love with what is universally recognized as one of the most famous cities in Europe. A host of culinary courses – from home kitchens through to the world’s most prestigious cookery schools – offers instruction for all schedules, abilities, and budgets.

          

London, United Kingdom

 London is the New York City of Europe. It’s the historic capital of the British Empire, and half the inspiration for “A Tale of Two Cities,” London can’t really be compared. Make sure you have time to dive into this physically and culturally humongous city. London has something for everyone: from history and culture to find food and good times.

                  

 Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, formerly known as Constantinople, has long served as the bridge between Europe and the east, where cultures collide and evolve into an exciting new world. The fact that the city straddles two continents wasn’t its only drawcard – it was the final stage on the legendary Silk Road linking Asia with Europe, and many merchants who came here liked it so much that they, too, decided to stay.

                    

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