The European Union is a mine of history, the Porto, the Athens, The Verona; the continent is a history hub.
If and when you are travelling in Europe, along with the typical cities don’t forget to visit the ones with historical significance.
You will be amazed to know how much fun and fresh memories these unusual places have hidden inside them.
Also, these atypical cities will give you entirely fresh stories and tales to tell at the drinks table. If you are travelling on some European vacation package then chances are that some of the places are already in it.
So, let’s have a peak then!
The capital city of Budapest Hungary is not very popular among the typical tourists of European Union.
The soaring Castle Hill has Budapest’s most of the medieval monuments and museums. One cannot afford to miss the 18th-century Buda Castle.
If you are a Game of Thrones fan, then you should visit parliament buildings and crown jewel. The King’s landing lookalike buildings will leave you to be spellbound and hexed.
Porto is famous in the football world for Futebol Clube do Porto and Iker Casillas. The place, however, is so rich in history that one can spend a whole holiday in Porto.
One of the most prolific places in Porto is the sky touching Clerigos Tower. It is the most visible landmark of the city.
This 75-meter tall, 18th-century granite hewn traditional structure has 240 steps, so choose wisely.
When people usually talk about Spain, cities like Madrid and Barcelona often dominates the conversation, Granada never shows up.
Granada is one of the hidden gems of Spain and the most mysterious city of Spain. The most fantastic place to visit in Granada is the palace of Alhambra.
Sleeping in the shadows of stunning Sierra Nevada mountains Alhambra is dipping with mystic feelings.
Although it is a ruin now, art and history lover cannot miss this place while travelling Europe.
Athens, the capital city of Greece, is a historical treasure. The town is somewhat a paradise for every history lover.
The most prestigious and famous site of the place is Acropolis. What is Acropolis you ask? Well, it is home Europe’s oldest buildings.
The hills are said to in human contact since fourth millennium BC.
Verona is the most popular city from tourist’s point of view. This city is full of beautiful attractions and magnificent architecture. Verona was a vital city during the Renaissance period, therefore is loaded with art.
The city has the best preserved Roman amphitheatres, the Verona’s arena. The city is still using theatre for Verona Opera Festival.
Verona Opera Festival is Italy’s most famous summer musical festival, a must visit.
So, these are some of the most prestigious historical places in Europe where you can fulfill your history-hunger. Some places like Verona of Italy are included in many vacation packages to Europe, but some are not.
Try, bagging these cities in your package too, if possible and get ready to be amazed.