Monday, 28 September 2015

Most Popular Holiday Destinations in Europe 2015

Looking for the best family destinations in Europe? So are we! We are currently planning the upcoming family vacation in Europe and there are so many choices for the top family destinations in Europe that it can be very difficult to decide. Europe is jam packed of fabulous places and attractions and choosing which is best can be mission impossible.

The best family holiday destinations in Europe. If you are planning your own family holiday in Europe or just want some inspiration, you are going to love these nominations for the best places for family holidays destinations in Europe.

2015 is all about holidays destinations in Europe as the pound remains strong against the euro, new travel routes open up more exciting places to add to your bucket list and Brits look to going off the beaten track and exploring lesser-known regions of popular holiday destinations. We've rounded up six of the hottest places to visit in Europe this year.                

Athens is considered the cradle of western civilization. Over the years, a multitude of conquerors occupied Athens, and erected unique, splendid monuments a rare historical palimpsest, evident everywhere in the city. The contemporary urban scenery of the sprawling city reflects its exciting history, its multi-cultural modern personality as well as the infrastructure and facilities. In other words, Athens is a must destination that combines modern urban innovation with history, culture and natural beauty throughout the year.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Reykjavik may boast a remarkable history it is the site of the world’s first parliament, thought to have been established in 930 AD but the city today holds its past and future in even balance. Its modernism is striking, from the clean lines of its buildings to its experimental music scene to its status as one of the most environmentally conscious cities in the world.

Rome, Italy

There are many museums in Rome to visit. Few of them are Galleria Borghese, Capitoline Museums and the Vatican Museums. Rome has few world famous destinations like the Colosseum and Vatican Musesum attracts 4 million and 4.2 million tourists every year respectively.

Faroe Islands, Denmark

Steeped in Viking legend and touched with a rugged beauty like nowhere else in Europe, the Faroe Islands burst forth from the wild swells of the Norwegian Sea in a medley of snow-dressed cliff tops and chiseled rocks draped in meadows of green, tunneled through with cave systems galore. What’s more, visitors here in March 2015 will be able to witness a total solar eclipse.

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