Top cities to visit in Europe 2015

1. Bordeux Bordeaux has always been a dynamic, cosmopolitan city and never ceases to reveal exciting, new facets of its character. The city of Bordeaux’s inscription as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007 and its bold modernism have made it a key destination for everyone interested in French culture, lifestyle… and wine! Centre of a legendary winegrowing region, this vibrant and sophisticated city is a top gourmet and culture destination. Synonymous with fine wines, Bordeaux is one of France’s most elegant cities.  Bordeaux’s setting on the River Garonne has made it an important port for centuries. Bordeaux is the ideal base for exploring wine châteaux of Médoc, St Emilion and Bordeaux, fringed by the largest pine forest in Europe, just 45 minutes from Arcachon Bay (famous for...
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Best places to eat in Europe

According to Travel and Leisure experts, here are those best places to eat like a local in Europe 1.Orlando di Castello, Vienna What’s drawing creative types to this eye-catching, white-on-white café? Perfect poached eggs on dense walnut toast and beautifully served Viennese Melanges (espressos with milk)—some of the city’s best. 2. Gelateria Millennium, Rome Located just outside the Vatican, this husband-and-wife operation is known for its funky range of flavors (such as mascarpone pear and persimmon). 3.Lauras Bakery, Copenhagen In a land obsessed with morning pastries (Danish, anyone?), Lauras takes the cake. Expect rows of kanelsnegle (intensely spiced cinnamon rolls) and Pop-Tart-likehindbærsnitters, all in the culinary mecca that is Torvehallerne Market. 4. Spit & Roast,...
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Top famous historical sites in Europe

  Colosseum, Italy Among the numerous Roman remains, Colosseum is the most instantly recognizable by its sheer size. It is an elliptical amphitheater with 80 entrances and a capacity of about 50,000 spectators. Colosseum is situated in the centre of Rome and built of stone and concrete in the first century A.D on the site of Nero’s Golden Palace (built around 72AD under the emperor Vespasian and finished in 80AD under the rule of Titus). It is considered as a monument to the power of Rome Empire, a reminder of the human desire for spectacular entertainment and as one of the greatest architectural feats achieved by the Ancient Romans. Colosseum is an UNESCO’s World Heritage Site and one of the most famous structures in the world, attracting millions of visitors from all over the...
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