Avid travelers have been surveyed to determine where are the most loved cities in Europe, here are the results for when only the best will do!
Best for: Romance, Charm, Gelato
The streets of Florence are filled with charm, great Italian eats…. and people. It’s no surprise so many visitors come to Florence each year, it is a true Tuscan gem! For the best gelato in town, locals head to Gelateria La Carraia.
Best for: History, Pizza, onlookers
Rome…..the eternal city. It’s hard to beat. Everyone and anyone who has travelled will have been to Rome at least once in their lifetime – it’s a must!
Best for: Culture, History, Tradition
Istanbul was recently included as one of the most underrated cities to visit in Europe. Although it’s a little further out of the way for those doing a Eurotrip, it’s a venture worth while!
Best for: Tapas!
Seville is the unsung hero of Spain. For any traveller looking to venture beyond popular Barcelona, Sevilla is a great port of call!
Best for: Tapas, Nightlife
Barcelona has quickly become a hotspot for European travellers – one bite into an item of food and you won’t question why! Be sure to drop by La Boqueria for some healthy eats.
Best for: Underestimated, Architecture, Affordability
Budapest is another one of Europe’s hidden gems. It’s also incredibly affordable in comparison to other European capitals and has some of the most stunning buildings around the city!
Prague, Czech Republic
Best for: Blends of Architecture, Czech hospitality, Eastern European cuisine
If there’s one place all travellers will love, it’s Prague!
Best for: Romance, Charm, Because it’s Paris!
A list like this would not be complete without everyone’s favourite…. Paris! If you can’t find yourself falling in love with Paris in one way or another, try a nutella crepe.
Best for: Architecture, Scottish History, Harry Potter locations
And last but not least….. Edinburgh! If you want a city that will surprise you in the best of ways, put this on your list.
Results for this survey and can be viewed in full in this month’s Travel & Leisure magazine.