Budapest is a magical city located right in the heart of Europe. It is very eclectic – East meets West, Buda meets Pest and has always been a very popular city to visit. Fantastic architecture, food, music and spa baths all makes this unique city that should be placed on a bucket list.
The sights and sounds are plentiful; here is a sampling of Budapest tourist attractions that personifies the Hungarian flavor for any visitor.
Lisbon has a very diverse and interesting restaurant scene. For dinner on one night, you can enjoy rustic traditional Portuguese cuisine at a small family-owned eatery in the back streets of a historic neighborhood, and on the flowing evening you have a completely different eating experience at a cutting-edge upscale restaurant in the heart of the city.
For the most part, Lisbon’s restaurants are unpretentious places where the focus is on the food and on the dining experience. No visit to Lisbon is complete without experiencing the various types of restaurants that this historic city has to offer.
Here are the restaurants in Lisbon that really capture the magic of mealtime in Portugal.
Hungary’s capital city, Budapest has been dubbed as the “Paris of the East.” However, the Hungarians will argue that Paris is just the “Budapest of the West.” The Danube River carved Budapest into two distinct segments with the west bank being ‘Buda’ and the eastern shores holding ‘Pest.’ Take a peek at some of the best places to visit in Budapest.
While Florence has much to offer, sometimes it’s nice to get away for the day and enjoy a chance of scenery. Luckily, this Italian city is close to a large number of worthwhile day trips. To help you plan your itinerary, here is a guide to the best day trips from Florence.
Nice is a hub city on the French Riviera. The warm weather, not to mention the warm waters of the Mediterranean, make it a popular vacation spot for French tourists and for tourists from all over Europe and the world. Great seafront scenery, waterfront promenades, and cafes make this one of France’s most charming large cities. A great arts scene, plenty of history, and some amazing coastal attractions add to Nice’s charm. In short, this is one of the most pleasant places to visit in Mediterranean France.
Whether you plan to use Nice as a base for exploring the Cote d’Azur or you want to really delve in to this historic city in-depth, you should definitely put certain attractions on your to-visit list.
Here are five things to do in Nice that every visitor should consider.
Florence sits in the very popular Tuscany region of Italy. A cultural gem, it has some of the most famous works of Renaissance art in the world, a truly timeless atmosphere, classic Italian architecture, historic piazzas and bridges, and picture-worthy urban landscapes. In short, Florence is a sightseers dreamland. This city is certainly worth more than a brief stop on the way to the famous wineries and vineyards of the region. In fact, you could easily spend a week or more wandering the streets and browsing through the museums and markets of this culture-rich Italian city.
Here are some of the best places to visit in Florence.
While London has much to offer, sometimes you just need a change of scenery. Whether you’re looking to experience spa culture, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, historic attractions or relaxing beaches, you can find it nearby. To help you plan your itinerary, here are the best day trips from London.
Krakow has become quite a tourism hotspot in recent years, and it’s about time too. As the country’s royal capital for over 500 years, Poland’s second city holds a wealth of culture and history. While many Polish cities suffered in World War II, Krakow’s buildings were amazingly, and thankfully, left untouched, leaving Krakow to be arguably one of Europe’s most beautiful cities.
But while the buildings remain untouched, Krakow is also home to a rich and often disturbing history, as well as the hub of traditional and modern Polish culture. From an old town that buzzes to the sound of jazz and the smell of coffee, to a looming castle – complete with legendary fire breathing-dragon – to a much less visited part of town showing what life was like in communist-era Poland, Krakow is a sensory feast.
If you really want to experience what this city has to offer, here is a list of best things to do in Krakow.
London is one of the few cities where you can truly say that it is possible to try every major cuisine in the world. From English classics to Indian curries to authentic Cantonese stir fries to hamburgers to cutting edge new European cuisine, you can find exactly the kinds of flavors that you are looking for in the restaurants of Britain’s largest city.
Certain neighborhoods have a high concentration of certain types of restaurants, so if you have a craving for a certain type of food, all you have to do is find your way to the right district. However, as with any major city, you will be able to locate some great restaurants in virtually any London neighborhood.
Here is where to find some of the best restaurants in London.
Rome is defined by its ruins, its atmospheric streets and its life-loving population. Also, like most other cities in Italy, Rome is a wonderful place to eat. Restaurants focus on using fresh ingredients and many places are family-owned and have generations of culinary knowledge that goes into perfecting dish that they serve. If you have any appreciation for Italian cuisine, the small, family-owned restaurants of Rome are the place to come. But there are many, many other options as well.
Here are some tips and eating options to help you seek out the best restaurants in Rome.