Europe is a magical destination during summer, and TravAddict? offers hundereds of? cheap tours of Europe to get you there. You’ll never run out of wonderful places to add to your wish list among the majestic landscapes, historical monuments, and locales of rich culture and old-world tradition Europe offers. A tour through Europe is often on any travelers must-do list, so we have picked six places to consider adding to your wish list:
Scenic Plains of Brenta Riviera
The Riviera Brenta is located between Vencie and the city of Padova, and is lined with hundereds of scenic villas.? A great way to view the picturesque plains of Riviera Brenta is by riding a bicyle along 150 kilometers of cycling routes. There are many bike rental shops easily accessible from Padua, Mesre, or Venice.
The Grand Bazaar, Istanbul
A trip to Istanbul, Turkey wouldn’t be complete without visiting the Grand Bazaar. It is one of the oldest and largest covered markets in the world, and with over 3000 shopping stalls selling goods like quality turkish carpets, ceramics, textiles, jewellry, spices, and of fresh turkish sweets, like Turkish Delight.? Be prepared to haggle for your bagains!
Park G?ell in Barcelona, Spain
Europe tours can be hectic, and strolling though a scenic park can be a relaxing break from the hussle and bussle. ? Park G?ell located in Barcelona, Spain is one park you don’t want to miss.? It was designed by the famed Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, and was opened in 1914.? The park was originally built for Barcelona’s aristocracy, but after Gaudi’s failure to sell the first home in the structure, the city took over the project and opened the fantasy park to the public.? The park offers luscious landscapes and gardens designed around a fairty-tale-like architecture, and a fantastic view of Barcelona from above.
Mus?e d’Orsay in Paris, FranceThe Lourve is an obvious choice for a must-see museum while visiting Paris.? However, most of the art featured in the Lourve is pre 1700’s.? For those that have an interest in the great impressionist art era of the 1800’s, the Musee d’Orsay is your must-see Paris museum. ? See art from famed renaissance artists such as Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Telus Lautrec, and Van Gogh, to name a few.? The building is also spectacular, as it is the old Paris train station.
The Blue Lagoon, Iceland
Guided tours of Europe are best advised for those visiting areas of Europe that may not be so easy to get around, and Iceland is a great example.? One of the must-sees of Iceland is probably their famed Blue Lagoon, and is often a sight included in tours to Iceland.? These natural steaming turquoise pools are heated by volcanic rock, and are an experience like no other.? There are actually hundreds of hot springs available to visit throughout Iceland, but the Blue Lagoon has the highest flow-rate of water which is believed to mean the minerals are of the highest therapudic quality.