10 most beautiful cities in Europe for travelers (part 2)

  1. Vienna, Austria

It is the capital and also the largest city of the Republic of Austria. Vienna is the cultural, economic and political center of the country and has been awarded the title of World Heritage by UNESCO. This city has ancient features and modernity that always exist in parallel. You can see it from magnificent castles and palaces to expensive restaurants and cafes. It is also considered the cradle of European classical music and you can enjoy these great tunes in some of the city’s most beautiful locations.

  1. Rome, Italy

Rome, Italy is a city that still preserves many monumental architectural historical monuments from ancient times and medieval times, the most famous one is Coloseum arena built by Emperor Vespsia. In addition, visitors can also visit Pantheon Temple, St. Peter’s Square, Temple of Vesta, God of Portonus, etc.

  1. Siena, Italy

According to the visitors who have had the opportunity to visit or live and work for a long time in Italy, each city of the pasta country here has its own unique beauty. Florence has a charming beauty, Rome is heroic and Siena is mysterious.
Tourists remark that time seems to stop passing so you can immerse yourself in space when you arrive at Siena. Even for those who have been to Siena many times, this place is always new and has many mysteries for you to discover, from culture to cuisine here.

  1. Bruges, Belgium

Located in the heart of Europe’s heart, from Bruges guests can easily reach neighboring countries by air or high-speed rail. Visitors know Bruges because of its delicious food, unique coffee culture and special Art Nouveau architecture. If anyone has ever set foot here, you will surely be fascinated by the unique architecture in the city here.

  1. Krakow, Poland

The ancient capital of Krakow is located on the poetic Wisla River and was once inhabited by kings, considered by the people as the spiritual capital because of a long history of more than 1,000 years. Not only attracting tourists to visit by its cultural and historical sites, Krakow is also loved by restaurant chains that have their own specialties, with great food and very reasonable prices.

  1. Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, the fairy city of the Czech Republic, has a mixture of ancient and modern architectural works and many cultural works recognized by UNESCO. Prague is a tourist city that attracts many tourists and is known as the golden city or the most intact ancient city of Europe. Visitors will see the city emerge with red tiled roofs, raised green bronze spiers and graceful bridges on the Vltava River.