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Tourism in Europe

In the European continent, it cradles and heart of the West, the traveller will find beautiful landscapes and gorgeous cities, loaded of historical and cultural wealth. Some of the many tourist destinies in Europe are: the colorful cities of Bergen and Oslo, in Norway; the High Coast of the north of Sweden, with its fiords, lakes, mountains and forests next to the sea; the islands of Gotland and Öland (Sweden), with its surprising limestone rock formation; the city of Malmö (Sweden), capital of the county of Escania, united by the bridge of Oresund with the Danish capital, Copenague (Copenhagen); the interminable lakes and forests of Finland; the castle Renaissance of Kronborg (Denmark), constructed in century XVI on the Straits of Sund, and known anywhere in the world like “the Castle Elsinore” by the tragedy “Hamlet”, Shakespeare; the city of Réikiavik (Reykjavik), capital of Iceland, with its pubs, geothermal swimming pools and luxurious restaurants of typical meals; the Handa island (Handa Island), near the Scottish coast, with fascinating white sand beaches, impressive cliffs and thousands of birds; the English countryside, with its colorful towns and their typical taverns; the city of London (London), capital of England and the United Kingdom; the region of Keukenhof (Holland), the plantation of tulipanes of greater extension of the planet; the cautivante city of Witches (Belgium), with its medieval historical center and its numerous channels, that have deserved him the title of “Venice of the North” (title that shares with Amsterdam and Stockholm); Brussels, capital of Belgium and seat of several institutions of the European Union; the capital of Germany, Berlin; the Black Forest (Germany), a colorful mountain set of medium height, forests, lakes and towns; the city of Zurich or Zürich (Swiss), with his more than 50 museums, surrounded by forests, lakes and rivers; the city of Geneva (Genève, Ginevra, Genevra or Geneva), located to borders of the lake Leman (or lake of Geneva), in the suroccidental end of Switzerland; the city of Salzburgo (Austria), “the Rome of the North”, native city of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; the satately city of Vienna, capital of Austria; The Prague (Czech Republic), “the city of the one hundred cupolas”; the mountains of Bieszczady (Poland), with its exhuberante vegetation, bears, bisons and wolves; the delta of the Danube (Rumania), on the Black Sea (with forests, meadows, dunes and hundreds of species of birds), reserve protected by the United Nations; the city of Bucharest (Rumania), the “Paris of Eastern Europe”, characterized by its wide avenues and their ample green spaces; the city of Saint Petersburg (Russia), with its cathedrals, palaces, parks and wide avenues, their golden cupolas and needles, the house-museum of Dostoievski, the Hermitage Museum, the bridges that rise at night in the summer and the channels that are congealed in the winter, coffees, bars, terraces, and the “White Nights” of May, June and July (when the sun is present in the horizon 19 hours to the day and when putting itself a sufficient luminosity like making the public lighting system stays unnecessary); the Russian capital, Moscow; the city of Lisbon, capital of Portugal, located on the mouth of the Tajo river; the island of Ibiza (Spain), in the Mediterranean, chosen as of encounter by the cultores and place hippies sixty of the hedonismo of today; the Spanish cities of Madrid, Barcelona and Seville; the French city of Lourdes, in whom is the Sanctuary of Our Mrs. of Lourdes; the Blue Coast (France), that projects on the Meditarráneo from Marseilles (Marseilles) to the border between France and Italy, in which the cities of Nize (Nice), Saint-Tropez and Cannes stand out; the Coast Emerald, in the Italian province of Olbia-Tempio (island of Sardinia), one of more beautiful the coastal strips of the Mediterranean, that lodges luxurious tourist complexes; Milan, capital city of the Italian region of Lombardía; the city of Venice (Italy), with the seat of San Marcos, the channels and the “Bridge of the Sighs”; the Italian city of Florence (Firenze), capital of the region of Toscana, the historical city of the Médicis; Rome, “the Eternal City”, with the Coliseo, seats, sources, museums and monuments of great historical importance; the precious Croatian coast on the Adriatic that - with more than 1,000 islands, it is a true paradise for the tourism nautical; the beautiful walled medieval city of Dúbrovnik (the Croatia); the city of Athens (Greece), cradles of the Western culture; the Greek island of Corfú (Kerkira or Kerkyra), that reunites numerous beaches, many of virgin them; the gulf of Volos (Greece), point of contact of the Pelión mount (Pilion) with the sea, where mountain, forests, beaches and sea are combined to give rise to a dream landscape; Istambul (İstanbul), the old Constantinopla, that is today the biggest city of Turkey; and the island of Malta, with its calm beaches, its imposing views of the Mediterranean, their calm bars and their hotels of luxury.


Kerkyra, Greece, Ibiza, España, Olbia-Tempio, Cerdeña, Côte d’Azur, France, Salzburgo, Austria, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, Selva Negra, Alemania, Zürich, Suisse.

Author: Recreational Activities Team

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