Jun 12, 2019
If you have a few days left to live, what would you do? Would you indulge in the many pleasures of life or would you just enjoy the moment with those dear to you?
Would you go on a trip around the world? Check things off your bucket list? Well, let us help you with our list of European travel experiences you need to have before you kick the bucket.
You’ve probably seen or heard of this place before. Watching the sun slowly mask this beautiful island is a breathtaking experience. Never have you seen the sunset in such a way that it masks and coats the scenery like it is the star in a play. A play that ends in a magnificent close does not matter if you are enjoying it on the sidewalk or chasing it with a cruise.
Regardless, the sunset of Santorini is a beautiful place where you can ponder and think about how beautiful life is and could be. Don’t forget to book your accommodation in advance from Booking.com. Rooms get sold-out fast!
Europe has a lot of tourist destinations, you have Big Ben in London, and Paris with its astonishing Eiffel Tower. People are starting to put Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia alongside those heavy hitting tourist destinations. Why? It’s because of the sheer intensity of architectural magnificence it holds within its walls and out.
The brainchild of the famous Antoni Gaudi, this Church is known to be the “Bible in Stone” for its ornate carvings of biblical stories and memory verses. Here you will surely enjoy taking in the sights. Although it’s a Catholic church, this is a sight that will surely take you to another world.
This is seriously one of the things that you should really put in your bucket list. The river cruise from the Danube to Budapest in Hungary is a grand experience. Here you can find yourself enjoying each and every single stop along the way ending in a magnificent view of Budapest the city. You will get every penny’s worth in this cruise and you will find yourself enjoying life even more.
London is an amazing place to start. Taking in the scenery as well as blending in with the locals provides you with a satisfying feeling that you belong. Allow yourself to be taken in by the slower pace of the city as you enjoy watching the guards at the Buckingham Palace or the plays at the Globe Theatre. Then, enjoy tea with whatever it is served with. Even in its simpler form, you will not regret spending a day or two in London.
Forget Las Vegas, you’ve probably been there countless of times already. So how about you test your luck in some of Monaco’s grand casinos? It’s a small city that has the glitz and the glam you expect from cities with a lot of casinos. Here you can relive your life of being James Bond, going around ordering shaken Martinis as well as wooing the ladies with a can-do attitude as you place your bets on red.
Ah, nothing like a ride in the city on water. Take your loved ones on a romantic gondola boat ride that’s fully equipped with a French man and their signature black and white striped shirt and hat.
Let him take you to a romantic and magical place, sing you a song or let him tag along some of his friends who can play the violin for you. And if you’re with the love of your life, this place is an excellent spot for that much-awaited proposal because the view, setting and the ride just is too perfect to pass off.
Not everybody likes operas. However, before you could even say you like it or not, you should definitely try the experience. Close your eyes to classical music from the 1700s up to now.
Although Opera belongs to Europe, none can compare to the beauty, devotion, and respect Vienna has for the trade. Here, you can experience the raw talent of artists as you enjoy and appreciate it the way the audience from the past do.
If you have already seen it all, then we are pretty sure the northern lights are something you wish to see again. With its dancing lights that have bewildered people for centuries, you can enjoy them in a place that is just as beautiful below as it is above.
Visiting during the fall or winter might be your best chance of catching the lights and watching them dance above you. However, if you are going to Iceland in the offseason, do not let that discourage you. The place is beautiful. It’s surely enough a place where you would wish to stay.
Ever wondered what a star would look like up close and personal? Well, take a trip to the Trevi Fountain. It’s a place surrounded by breathtaking scenery. You can observe the shimmering coins scattered all around. And while you’re at it, why not toss a coin yourself?
Although this might look absurdly weird, you will soon enough understand why we ask you to do this. The tram is a regular mode of transportation for the common folk and an inexpensive tour of the city for visitors.
Looping around cobblestone streets, slowly crawling up hills as well as alarmingly accelerating downhill, you will find that everywhere you look there is something that will surely catch your eye. You can also drop off wherever you want. That’s an experience that’s worth trying, right?
And that’s about it for our list of things to do in Europe that should be in your bucket list. Did we forget anything?