What are the stages for a tour of Europe?

Travelling is one of the greatest pleasures of life and discovering every corner of the planet is one of the most rewarding adventures one can wish for. Travelers probably don't know all the places in the world, but they can explore the best ones. The tour of Europe is an easy destination to "get started" on your journey. 

Take a tour of Europe starting in Madrid, Paris, Bordeaux, etc.

Get ready to discover the most representative places of each country to live a dream vacation. Your adventure begins in Madrid. The Spanish capital is one of the most popular destinations on the continent, with more than 60 museums that preserve the city's exciting history. During your stay, impress yourself with Madrid's most emblematic and attractive buildings such as the Palacio de las Cibeles, Plaza Mayor and the Royal Palace. If you're leaving from the north of France, make a stop in Paris, take a stroll along the Champs Elysees, visit the picturesque neighborhoods and climb the Eiffel Tower to be dazzled by the view of the city. Then stop in Bordeaux. It is home to a museum called Cité du Vin, a modern building dedicated to the history of the wine region. In addition, you will find a large number of monuments and sites of great historical value. You can't leave Bordeaux without visiting the Saint-André Cathedral, an architectural gem of Gothic style.

Continue to Venice, Florence, Pisa

There is no more fascinating city in Italy than Venice. The charm of this destination is very different from the rest. The sublime landscapes are worth seeing with a gondola ride. Memorize history through endless cultural experiences in theaters and museums. Without a doubt, during your tour of Europe, you will enjoy this romantic city that hundreds of travelers love to celebrate love. This destination is part of the essence of Europe. Here you can enjoy the artistic richness of the most emblematic sites such as the cathedral located in Piazza del Duomo. Stroll along the Ponte Vecchio, admire masterpieces such as Michelangelo's sculpture of David, and enjoy unparalleled Italian cuisine. Meet one of the most visited cities of the Old Continent that saw the birth of the physicist and astronomer Galileo Galilei. Stroll along the city's emblematic Piazza dei Miracoli to the famous Leaning Tower, one of the most photographed places in Pisa where you'll surely want to have your picture taken with your most original pose.

Finish in Rome, Barcelona, Turin

An ancient city full of history that is considered an open-air museum. Rome could not be missed on the itinerary, as it is the third European city that attracts thousands of visitors every year. During your visit, take the opportunity to visit Rome's largest amphitheater, the Colosseum and the wonderful St. Peter's Basilica. The Trevi Fountain is not to be missed. By the way, they say that if you toss a coin into this fountain and make a wish, it will come true! The next stop on your visit is the charming Barcelona, a cutting-edge city with countless historical, cultural and gastronomic attractions. Art finds its maximum expression in Antoni Gaudí's wonders such as the exceptional Sagrada Familia and the Parc Güell with its incredible stone structures and colorful ceramics. Strolling along the main street of the city like in Las Ramblas, you will encounter the Gothic Quarter and the Boquería. The city is rich in places of artistic and historical interest. The wonder of its baroque architecture and Art Nouveau buildings are some of the reasons why your visit to this city will be memorable. Enter the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist which was built in the fifteenth century, the Royal Palace and the city's greatest symbol, the Mole Antonelliana.
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