Europe by Train – Your Go-To Itinerary

The attractions in Europe do not hold back! From the golden charm of the Italian coastline to the snow-capped mountains of the Swiss Alps, from Renaissance architecture and art to the finest theatres and from the mouth-watering foods to the tasty wines, there seems to be no limit to what you can see and do.

If you are considering taking a trip to Europe, then it’s time to get a little bit more specific. The ultra-diverse continent is home to 48 countries, each offering their set of adventure, history, inspiration, and fun. To help you decide where to take your American height next here’s is our list of gorgeous spots that you wouldn’t want to miss in your Europe tours from the USA.

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1. Prague

Commonly referred to as the “city of a thousand spires”, Prague is one of Europe’s architectural gems. Its 1,100-year-old skyline offers a perfect spot to have countless views of the soaring old towers and stunning domed churches.

Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge is one of the city’s most romantic destinations and is the best place to start your trip in Prague. A stroll on this bridge offers perfect views of the Vitava River, Prague Castle and plenty of other popular riverside attractions. The bridge links the Lesser Town to the Old town.

Dancing House

You may also want to visit the Dancing House, which is a contrast to the other historic attractions in Prague. It houses one of the best restaurants in the city, providing splendid views of the city and fine French cuisines.

Other Attractions In Prague

Attractions in include Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Clementinum and the National Library, Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock, St. Vitus Cathedral, Church of Our Lady before Týn, National Gallery in Prague, Municipal House, Prague Zoo, The Jewish Quarter (Josefov) and so on. After exploring these attractions, you can hop into a Prague to Munich train and head for even greater fun and adventure.

2. Munich

There are lots to do in Munich, the third largest city in Germany. Munich is famous for its many museums, beautiful parks, and beautiful palaces.

Marienplatz (Marien Square)

The Marienplatz sits in the center of Munich; it houses the NeuesRathaus, with its beautiful Glockenspiel that captures most of the attention. Within its vicinity is the Tourist Information Centre where you can stop for brochures and advice.

Folk Festival

If you are visiting Munich in the fall, you can join the Folk Festival, which is the biggest folk event on the globe, for a glass of beer.

Other Attractions In Munich

Attractions in Munich include Marienplatz, Theatinerkirche, Eisbachwelle, Hofbräuhaus, Glyptothek museum, West Park, Residenz, Bavaria Statue, NS-Dokumentationzentrum, St Peter’s Church, Müller´schesVolksbad and so on.

3. Belgium

Flanders Fields

In addition to being beautiful, the Flanders Fields are deeply symbolic. After the First World War, the vivid red flowers grew on this and other battlefields, and their image is now linked to the heavy burdens of war. If you are interested in history, then Flanders Fields is a perfect destination.

Grand Palace, Brussels

This palace is highly sought-after for its outstanding mix of artistic and architectural style. Stunning guildhalls and other structures that date from the 14th to 17th centuries surround it.

Other Attractions In Belgium

While in Belgium, you can visit the Canals and Belfry of Bruges, Ghent’s Gravensteen and Old Town, Horta Museum and Town Houses, Cathedral of Saint Bavo, Ghent, Basilica of the Holy Blood, Bruges, Grand Place (Grote Markt), Antwerp, Meuse Valley and so on.

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