Europe is a land of ancient history, diverse landscape, timeless art and culture, natural beauty, epic history, dazzling artistic and culinary diversity. Europe is a single window to an innumerable wealth of attractions. It is a multilayered, historical and cultural destination, which is packed with spectacular natural scenery, highlands, glaciers, lakes, rivers, landmarks, monuments, and many great museums. This is the birthplace of several eminent personalities. Known for its energetic night life, Europe is a culinary adventurer’s paradise. Europe’s diversity and global accessibility is its hallmark.
The impeccable combination of History and modernity make it a dream destination for travelers of any kind.
Considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, is the perfect city for a beautiful getaway being quite compact, easily navigable, packed with iconic landmarks, and staggering views, it is simply an unparalleled mix of natural and architectural beauty.
Edinburgh has a pleasing blend of both, the medieval Old Town as well as an elegant Georgian New Town, replete with gardens and neoclassical buildings. Looming over the city is the extraordinary Edinburgh Castle which is a historic fortress dominating the skyline of Edinburgh from its position atop the Castle Rock. The city also offers a host of free activities, exhilarating nightlife, gorgeous walks alongside stunning buildings, all draped in rich history and heritage.
Glasgow is a port city on the River Clyde in Western Scotland. With a rich legacy of the city's 18th–20th-century, it is famed for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture and has a rich history owing to prosperity due to trade and shipbuilding. Today Glasgow has grown into a national cultural hub, home to institutions including the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre of Scotland, as well as acclaimed museums and a thriving music scene.
Paris in France, known for The Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Champs de Elysees, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, many flagship stores and several lip smacking French specialties.
Netherlands, famous for the 200 year old state museum, the Rijks Museum, for the art enthusiasts, the unique windmills, enchanting Keukenhof Tulip Gardens, exciting Madurodam, historical Van Gogh Museum and the delightful canal cruises which takes one through the heart of the city. Blomen market is the only floating flower market in the world.
Italy is well known for its architecture and gastronomy with some of the most spectacular landscapes. For instance Italy, with St Anthony’s Basilica, The Leaning Tower of Pisa and the internationally renowned Colosseum, is also popular as a culinary epicenter and fashion hub. Rome is the capital of Italy. It has an awe-inspiring art and vibrant street life. It is the most romantic and fascinating city. The ancient icons are the Colosseum, The Roman Forum and Pantheon. It has an astonishing artistic heritage. There are world class museums, byzantine mosaics and renaissance frescos. The sculptures of Michael Angelo, paintings by Caravaggio and the frescos by Raphael, and the fountains by Bernini are the signature attractions of the city. The food, fine dining and five star wines, refined restaurants characterize the city. Rome has the 16th century Vatican museum, Sistine Chapel and Trevi fountain, built way back in 1762 by the artist Nicola Salvi. Florence is endowed with rich historical and cultural heritage, theatre art, museums holding masterpieces of Italian artists and sculptors during the renaissance as well as wonderful parks and promenades. One of the city’s masterpieces of Milan, is the popular landmark The Milan Cathedral.
Brussels, the multicultural capital of Belgium, is a city packed with major tourist attractions. It is a beautiful city with remarkable architectural marvels, town squares, the famous Atomium with its 9 spheres, the historic Grand Place and the Manneken Pis, as well as cultural institutions such as La Monnaie and the Museums of Art and History. Brussels is Belgium's chief economic and educational hub. Belgium's Royal Museum of Fine Arts (1875-81) is certainly one of the largest and best art galleries in the world.