Top 10 Best Cities to Visit in Europe
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Top 10 Best Cities to Visit in Europe.
Europe is the place of origin of the Western culture. With its ancient and modern history, the continent is best known for its Renaissance arts, humanism, exploration, science, and its modernization. When we hear of the word “Europe”, the classical heirloom first comes to mind. From its prehistoric years to the contemporary era, individualistic culture to Western democratic civilization, Europe is full of European idealists and philosophers.
In terms of the economy, Europe has the largest economy in the entire world. Also, it is the richest region. Annually, the continent attracts millions of visitors coming in and out of each country within it. With its beautiful sceneries, stunning artifacts and medieval tourist attractions, the continent is a great place to tour with your family or even a romantic getaway. But make sure to review this list of the top 10 best cities to visit in Europe before heading on a trip.
10. VENICE, ITALY
9. VIENNA, AUSTRIA
8. LONDON, ENGLAND
7. BRUGES, BELGIUM
6. AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
5. ROME, ITALY
4. BERLIN, GERMANY
3. PARIS, FRANCE
2. BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
1. FLORENCE, ITALY
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Top 10 things to do in Barcelona
10 unique things to do in Barcelona, handpicked by locals.
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From Barcelona beaches to the most breathtaking panoramas, from local delicacies to the coolest districts, discover what are the top things to see and do in this extraordinary city.
Withlocals reporter Linas Justice went on a trip to Barcelona and collected the suggestions and tips of its locals. You will find them all in this video, wrapped in a unique top 10.
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#1 Bike along Barcelona beaches (00:24)
#2 Conquer the Montjuic hill (01:09)
#3 Explore one of the coolest interactive museums in the world (01:35)
#4 Slow down and discover Gracia district like a local (02:26)
#5 Enjoy a refreshing break in Ciutadella Park (02:55)
#6 Re-discover Gaudi and his less-known masterpiece Bellesguard (03:31)
#7 Pick La Rambla that the locals stroll (04:02)
#8 Hunt fresh produces in Barcelona’s markets (04:32)
#9 Find out where to eat the best pinxtos and tapas in town (05:20)
#10 Hold the whole city in your hand at sunset: Carmel Bunkers (05:59)
#11 You must watch it till the end for Withlocals’ bonus tip (06:29)
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10 Things to do in Porto, Portugal Travel Guide
Join us as we visit Porto, Portugal in this travel guide covering 10 things to do including attractions, food and experiences. Porto ended up being one of our favorite cities during our Europe trip with my parents and is completely different from Lisbon. From riverside barrios to Neoclassical buildings and tram rides to stunning views over the Douro you'll find Porto is a city with no shortage of charm.
10 Things to do in Porto City Tour | Portugal Travel Guide: (Oporto)
Intro - 00:01
1) Visit the Blue Tiled Church “Chapel of Souls” (Igreja do Carmo -Capela das Almas) - 00:31
2) Shop for books inside Lello Bookstore (Livraria Lello) - 01:00
3) Set foot inside São Bento Train Station (Estação Ferroviária de São Bento) - 03:02 + Porto Cathedral (Sé do Porto) - 03:35
4) Explore the Riverside Quarter of Ribeira - 04:10
5) Sample local dishes from Porto at Terreirinho restaurant - 04:24
6) Visit the Church of Saint Francis (Igreja de São Francisco) - 05:54
7) Visit the Bolhão Market (Mercado do Bolhão) - 07:09
8) Walk across Dom Luís I Bridge for the best views of Porto (Ponte D. Luís I) - 08:33
9) Drink Port wine at Croft (vinho do Porto) - 10:25
10) Take a boat tour, cable car, funicular or walk down the Douro River - 10:04 & 12:16
*Bonus* Eat a Francesinha Portuguese sandwich - 12:40
Outro - 16:30
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Our visit Porto travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to Portuguese cuisine, top sightseeing tourist attractions including visiting churches, monasteries, parks, wineries, bridges, quirky neighborhoods and museums. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Porto tourism brochure, Porto itinerary or Porto city tour also known as Oporto, Portuguesa.
10 Things to do in Porto, Portugal Travel Guide Video Transcript: (OPORTO)
Lisbon is beautiful, but Porto is magical. We arrived in Porto with our taxi driver’s words still ringing in our ears, and we’re happy to say, the city did not disappoint!
Our time in Porto was spent sipping on Port wine, soaking in the views across the Douro River, wandering through the hilly streets, and marvelling at buildings covered in blue tiles.
In this travel guide, we’re going to share a little bit of Porto’s magic with you, and also show you some of the things you too can see, eat, and drink when you visit Porto!
Known as the Chapel of Souls, this church is covered in tiles that represent moments in the life of Saint Francis of Assisi and Saint Catherine.
This bookstore is a feast for the eyes. The bookstore was even frequented by JK Rowling when she taught English in Porto, and it’s reported to have been an inspiration in her Harry Potter series.
We continued our walk downhill until we reached the São Bento Train Station.
Porto Cathedral is one of the oldest landmarks in the city with cloisters where the walls are covered in blue tiles.
We reached the neighbourhood of Ribeira, which sits right on the shores of the Douro River. This neighbourhood is lined with many sidewalk cafes, bars, and restaurants, so it’s a nice place to rest your legs and do a bit of people watching. Feeling hungry we wandered down some of the back streets until we found a small restaurant serving up local specialities.
We made time for one more attraction: the Church of Saint Francis.
The Bridge we had all been waiting for was Dom Luis the first Bridge, which spans the Douro River. The lower deck carries regular traffic with narrow walkways for those on foot, and the upper deck is reserved for pedestrians and the metro lines.
For the best views of Porto, you need to walk the upper deck!
There was only one thing on our minds: visit one of the many wineries that line this side of the river! We ended up walking into Croft for a wine tasting without need for an appointment, and this turned out to be one of our favourite activities in Porto!
Filled to the brim with port wine, cheese and chocolate, we enjoyed a light stroll along the Douro River, watching the boats bob in the water.
That’s a wrap for our visit to Porto! We hope you guys enjoyed following along and that you got a few ideas for your own trip. If you have any other suggestions of fun things to do in and around Porto, feel free to share those with travellers in the comments below.
This is part of our Travel in Portugal video series showcasing Portuguese food, Portuguese culture and Portuguese cuisine.
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Florida Travel: Searching for Real Treasure on Florida's Treasure Coast
In 1715 a fleet of Spanish Galleons set sail from Florida filled with treasure from the New World. That night, all eleven ships are struck by a massive hurricane and sunk. A large fortune in gold and silver has laid hidden beneath the ocean for 300 years.
Chad Crawford joins Brent Brisben, a modern day treasure hunter and his team as they explore dangerous waters off Sebastian Inlet hoping to locate and unearth this sunken treasure and solve this 300-year-old maritime mystery. The tale of the 1715 Fleet is why the area is called the Treasure Coast. Learn more here:
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Places to Visit in Madrid This 2014: The House of Raton Perez
If you are thinking about places to visit in Madrid this coming 2014. Travel to Madrid with your children and visit the Raton Perez's House, the equivalent of the Tooth Fairy in Spain. It will be a good vacation and experience for your kids this summer of 2014.
What happens in your country when a kid loses a tooth? Here in Spain, the Raton Perez gets home and exchanges it for a coin or a present. Raton Perez is a mouse that comes from Madrid. His house is located downtown, at number 8 of Arenal Street.
A book written by Luis Coloma told us that Raton Perez helped the king Buby to take his tooth out. The mouse used to live inside a box of biscuits, at the basement floor of a bakery located right here, which was called Prast. Inside the current commercial gallery, you can visit a small museum that explains to you this kind story for kids.
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La Rambla, Barcelona - A MUST quick beginners guide
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La Rambla (Catalan pronunciation:Las Ramblas) is a street in central Barcelona, popular with both tourists and locals alike. A tree-lined pedestrian mall, it stretches for 1.2 kilometers between Barri Gòtic and El Raval, connecting Plaça de Catalunya in the centre with the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell.
La Rambla can be considered a series of shorter streets, each differently named, hence the plural form Les Rambles (the original Catalan form; in Spanish it is Las Ramblas). From the Plaça de Catalunya toward the harbour, the street is successively called the Rambla de Canaletes, the Rambla dels Estudis, the Rambla de Sant Josep, the Rambla dels Caputxins, and the Rambla de Santa Mònica. Construction of the Maremàgnum in the early 1990s resulted in a continuation of La Rambla on a wooden walkway into the harbour called the Rambla de Mar.
Nearby is the Maritime Museum (Museu Marítim), specifically devoted to naval history in the Mediterranean, which displays a full-scale replica of an ancient galley battle. The museum is housed in the Royal Dockyards (in Catalan, Drassanes) of the medieval era where the ships that connected the extensive dominions of the Crown of Aragon with other ports of the Mediterranean were built. The old port offers other attractions such as leisure venues, restaurants, an IMAX theater, and an aquarium.
In the historical center, close to La Rambla, may be found La Catedral de Barcelona (the Cathedral of Santa Eulàlia), the recently restored (1968--72) Gothic cathedral and seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona, the Plaza Sant Jaume that houses the buildings of the Generalitat of Catalonia and Barcelona's City Council, as well as the narrow streets of the Gothic quarter, the Raval and the Born area.
The promenade is crowded during the day and until late in the night. It is full of kiosks that sell newspapers and souvenirs, flowers and birds, street performers, cafes, restaurants and shops. Near the port are found smaller local markets and the shop-fronts of painters and draftsmen. Strolling along La Rambla one can see such historic buildings as the Palace of the Virreina and La Boqueria market and the famous Liceu Theatre (Liceo in Spanish), in which operas and ballets are staged. One of the side streets, only a few metres long, leads to the Royal Square (Plaça Reial), a plaza with palm trees and porticoed buildings containing many pubs and restaurants, and in which stamp and coin collectors gather on the weekends.
La Rambla can be crowded, especially during the height of the tourist season. Most of the time there are many more tourists than locals occupying the Rambla, which fact has changed the shopping selection, as well as the character of the street in general. For this reason also it has become a prime target of pick pockets.
The Spanish poet Federico García Lorca once said that La Rambla was the only street in the world which I wish would never end. The name rambla refers to an intermittent watercourse in both Catalan and Spanish. This is reflected in the undulating design on the pavement which is also decorated with a mosaic by Joan Miró. This work was the second of three sculptures that were commissioned to welcome tourists. The first was at the airport and had been commissioned in 1968. The other was Dona i Ocell in the centre of the city.
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