Four European cities that one must visit at least once

Europe is undoubtedly the most visited continent in the world. It is like this because Europe is home to some of the most beautiful and manmade structures in the world. This is why we have decided to write down a list with interesting destinations in Europe that you and your family will certainly enjoy visiting at any time of the year.
City of RomeRome:
Rome is the capital of Italy and one of the oldest and most amazing cities in the world. The legend says that the city was founded by the twin brothers of Remus and Romulus who were fathers by Mars the god of war and nursed by a she-wolf. Aside of the mythic beginning of the city, today Rome is a flourishing European capital that attracts a vast number of visitors from all over the world. The most famous landmark of the Eternal City is the Colosseum which dates back to the 1st century A.D. Another well-known landmark of the city is the Trevi Fountain which many describe to be the most beautiful fountain in the world.
Paris:
Paris is perhaps the most famous city in the world and is undoubtedly the most visited city in the world. The French capital is home to some of the world’s finest museums including the Louvre which is the biggest and most visited museum in the world. The city is also the location of the famous Eiffel Tower which at one point in time was the tallest manmade structure in the world. The Notre-Dame Cathedral is another high prolife landmark of the city. Paris is especially spectacular during the night with its numerous street illuminations and this is why the city is known as the City of Light.
Barcelona:
Unlike the previous two destinations, Barcelona isn’t a European capital but is the capital city of Catalonia. Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain but is by far the most visited. The city is the location of the famous church of Sagrada Familia. The church was designed by Antoni Gaudi and is expected to be fully completed during the second half of the 2020s. To date the church was been in construction for a total of 132 years.
Berlin:
The capital of Germany isn’t as popular as the aforementioned cities but in recent years has managed to become one of the leading touristy cities in Europe. The main landmark of Berlin is the Brandenburg Gate which was commissioned by King Frederick William II of Prussia and was completed in 1791.
You can choose to visit one or several of these cities as a reward for a well conducted man and van project or because you have worked hard throughout the year and now you are in the need of a well deserved vacation. In fact whether the reason is a successful man and van project, a personal event or a year of hard work it doesn’t matter because at the end you will have a pleasant trip during which you will see wonders which you will remember for the rest of your life.
So without further a due, head to your local traveling agency and book a flight towards one of these astonishing European cities.