To See in Europe

To See in Europe

Several European cities and regions stand out this year. Not only because of their creativity or rich cultural treasures but also because they host major events and offer authentic experiences.

In 2022, Toledo will be Spain’s Capital of Gastronomy.

Toledo, located in central Spain, is just one hour from Madrid by car. It is a great historical city with many monuments and museums. This stunningly preserved walled city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. It is situated on a rocky hill above the Tagus River. The labyrinthine streets and courtyards are a delight to explore.

Toledo is rich in history, culture, art, and artefacts. However, Toledo is also a paradise for foodies. Here, traditional Castilian restaurants are paired with new gastro-tapas bars. Marzipan, aged sheep’s milk cheese, high-quality saffron and hearty venison stews are some of the city’s most prominent features.

Toledo has been named the “2022 Spanish Gastronomy capital” because of its unique culture, heritage, and gastronomy. Also, this year marks the 400th anniversary in Spain of Miguel de Cervantes’ death. It also marks the 30th anniversary of UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

France – Host for Euro 2022

France is a beautiful country, and everyone should visit it. But, if one does, why not make the most?

From 10 June to 10 Jul 2022, the 15th edition of the UEFA European Championships will be held in the Hexagon. Matches will be played in ten cities throughout the country. These cities include Paris, Saint-Denis and Lille in the north and Saint Etienne and Lyon in the south.

Euro 2022 offers soccer fans worldwide the chance to enjoy the excitement and fun of European football while enjoying amazing art, culture, history and delicious food. From Bordeaux’s magnificent vineyards and impressive architecture to Lyon’s vibrant cultural scene and Nice’s Mediterranean glamour,

Wroclaw – European Capital of Culture

Wroclaw, Poland’s fourth-largest city, is one of Europe’s most underground cities. However, the European Capital of Culture title is not likely to last.

The city’s vibrant cafe culture is just as captivating as its old centre, spanning 12 islands in the Oder river. Its alternative art scene is equally as impressive as the colourful architecture surrounding the ancient market square. Wroclaw is a vibrant cultural hub with a lively nightlife, an extensive calendar of events and a fascinating mix of galleries, museums, theatres and galleries.

Copenhagen – One of Europe’s most vibrant, progressive, and coolest cities

Copenhagen is a great place to visit, and there’s no wrong time. However, Copenhagen seems to be thriving in every area, from design to gastronomy, to green initiatives.

Copenhagen is the sophisticated capital of Denmark. It has charming neighbourhoods, world-class museums and postcard-perfect cobblestone streets. There are also Michelin-starred restaurants that serve avant-garde Nordic cuisine and stylish stores that sell Scandinavian-inspired goods. This is a cool and elegant city, chic and functional, trendy and cutting-edge, stylish and sophisticated.

Transylvania: The Best Region to Visit

Transylvania is best known as the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler. This ruthless Romanian prince inspired Bram Stoker’s vampire novel, Dracula. Transylvania has untainted natural beauty and medieval Saxon villages that have been lost in time. Castles whisper the secrets of past days.

Visitors will be surprised to find Transylvania’s citadels more charming than creepy and its fortress towns vibrant and lively rather than dark and gloomy. The place retains a sense of mystery, but its unique blend of authenticity, tradition and unspoilt cultural landscape makes it fascinating.

Transylvania, a country rich in historical and cultural treasures, is also a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Many national parks offer excellent hiking and skiing. Its vibrant and cosmopolitan cities, such as Sibiu, Brasov, and Cluj, are full of chic restaurants, trendy shopping boutiques and cafes. The churches and museums house notable artefacts. The architecture is stunning and displays layers of history. And its villages feel straight out of fairytales.

Lonely Planet’s first recommendation was Transylvania. So hurry up if this is a place you want to visit.

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