2017’s Top Travel Destinations in Europe

If you want to take a break from your tiresome life and work, head to Europe and discover their infinite beauties. In this article, we list down the best tourist attractions in Europe, based on European Best Destinations 2017

Porto, Portugal

Porto is the second largest city in Portugal after Lisbon. In EBD’s poll participated by over 170 countries, Porto won in 2012, 2014, and now in 2017 as the best European destination. Its Cidade Invicta (Unvanquished City) is the center of trade and culture. It is also rich in historical architectures. You can also stroll along their River Duoro, fly through a helicopter and witness the amazing landscapes, and swim into their beaches.

Milan, Italy

Milan is the second most populous city in Italy. But apart from the richness of people in Milan, it is also a home to beautiful destinations. Here you can find amazing churches, palaces, and museums. Be amazed by their contemporary arts and architectures. Milan is also known as the fashion capital of the world.

Gdansk, Poland

Gdansk is an important industrial center in Poland. It features its Long Market where you can go shopping of their local crafts. You can also find here amazing churches, including St. Mary’s Church and the Oliwa Cathedral, museums, and some historical architectures.

Athens, Greece

Athens remains one of tourists’ favorite destinations in Europe. It is the capital of Greece, home of the greatest ancient landmarks and treasures. Athens has been preserving these ancient treasures, including the iconic Acropolis, Cave of Schist, Iron Age burials, etc. Athens is one of the world’s oldest cities but its beauty remains timeless.

San Sebastian, Spain

San Sebastian is a small city in Spain that lies beside the coast. Its thriving economy is fueled by commerce and tourism. As a matter of fact, it is one of Spain’s most popular tourist destinations. It also features the La Concha Bay which is one of Europe’s most famous urban beaches in Europe, even visited by the Royal family. Despite the smallness of San Sebastian, it hosts huge events like the San Sebastian International Film Festival.

Which of these places would you like to visit next?