Whenever you feel too indulge in work travel gives you relax and stress out from routine jobs. If you don't want to be stuck in a confined space or stuck, feel free while travel. Now its time for the best places to travel and holiday destinations in Europe.
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Move out from boredom of life, leave the work stress behind, enjoy the beauty of the nature. You will never grow old to become a tourist. Pack you bags and visit places that is best for you. Make your tours as memorable destinations in your life.
Top countries in Europe for tourists
When people think of Austria they probably think of something like the opening scene of the Sound of Music! As well as the fresh mountain air and romantic scenery, the European country also is home to cultural cities. Austria is definitely a destination that should be on your list.
England is a part of United Kingdom and it is located on the island of Great Britain. It is not considered a separate nation, but it is an independent country within UK. It is bordered by Scotland to north and Wales to the west - both of which are also regions within the UK.
Switzerland’s Alpine vistas are so picture perfect, they can appear plucked from the pages of a storybook. Small, mountainous and wealthy, Switzerland is renowned for its privileged quality of life, with public services ticking along like clockwork. The country is a famous tourist destination for its ski resorts and hiking trails.
France is the world's most popular tourist destination according to the World Tourism Organization report published in 2014, making it the world's most-visited country.
There are many different activities that outline the history of the country which are enjoyable to visitors, especially
considering its turbulent past.
Russia is a mysterious expanse of majestic snow-capped mountains, deep lakes, golden sands, icy tundra and thousands of rivers that pass through quaint villages and scenic national parks.
Italy is the kind of destination that travelers return to over and over. They come for overwhelming art and architecture that influenced Western civilization, and stunning historical ruins as well as for some of the world's best food and wine. And if you seek vibrant cities with renowned museums, restaurants, and shopping opportunities, Rome, Florence, and Milan await.
Germany has plenty of fantastic tourist attractions and unique sights to offer. Visitors from all over the world travel to Germany to see architectural treasures and fascinating places natural beauty. Geographically it offers everything from North Sea and Baltic beaches to Bavarian Alpine splendor.
Greece has attracted couples for destination marriages and a great honeymoon destination for more than a decade. With its capital city Athens, as well as Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes, Corfu, Crete and Chalkidice being some of the country's major tourist destinations. After all, this is one of the reasons that brought it in the list with the top 20 tourist destinations worldwide.
Although almost half of it was once under water, the Netherlands is one of the most urbanized and densely populated – nations on earth, with a huge range of places to visit packed into a relatively small area. A remarkable country – no more than the size of the US state of Maryland – it’s a largely man-made affair, around half of which lies at or below sea level.
Iceland is geologically a part of both the North American Plate and the Eurasian Plate. Capital city Reykjavik is one of the liveliest, safest, most sophisticated and modern cities there is, and its nightlife and cultural activities have earned an exciting reputation.
Norway is undoubtedly one of the world’s most beautiful countries, known for its stunning fjords, the spectacular Northern Lights, an endless array of ski resorts and several fantastically modern, and some charming cities. Norway is statistically one of the happiest countries in the world.
Poland has a long coast on the Baltic Sea and is largely dominated by low-lying rolling plains in the north. To the south, the Carpathian Mountains form a watershed and natural border with Slovakia.
Scotland is full of natural breath taking beauty and man-made wonders which would take a lifetime to explore. For those short on time these are some of the best gems around the country that should be on every traveler's must visit list.
In many ways Sweden has become a traveler's paradise. If you love the natural and historic beauty, it's certainly hard to beat. The air is crystal clean, there are thousands of acres of unspoiled forests and majestic lakes to explore, the roads and public transport are excellent.
Spain is a country of large geographical and cultural diversity, often a surprise for tourists who are expecting to find a country mostly known for beach tourism. Travel to Spain and you will find everything, from lush meadows, green valleys, hills and snowy mountains in the Northern regions to almost desert zones in the South. Spain is consistently in the World’s top four tourist destinations.
Romania is filled with beautiful, medieval cities, wonderful castles, and picturesque farmland. There’s no Dracula tourism in this country so don’t expect to visit and find lots of it. You’ll be able to explore this great country without the crowds.
The Portuguese natural heritage is extremely rich and diverse with the highest mountain range being the Serra da Estrela, in central Portugal. Imposing cliffs and private beaches line the Portuguese coast, a dazzling stage for all manner of outdoor adventure.
There are several sites you just have to see when you travel to Ireland - from the windswept Cliffs of Moher to the rain-soaked Aran Islands. If ancient history is your thing, Ireland has plenty of it, try Newgrange or the Hill of Tara in County Meath
Belgium may be small but it's packed full of sights. Bruges is the major highlight here with its perfectly-preserved medieval streets rimming peaceful canals that lure flocks of travelers each year. Major towns like Ghent and Mechelen - retain excellent architectural examples from the Middle Ages as well.
Finland contains an array of fantastic options for those wishing to explore this captivating nation. From the grandiose capital city of Helsinki to the fresh air and stunning views of its lakes and forests, Finland has much to offer a holidaymaker.
Bulgaria has the most interesting historical nation of Eastern Europe. This country is full of wonderful store of natural wealth filled with mountains, lowlands near the river Danube, rich farmland, and sandy beaches along the Black Sea Coast. There is plenty of space to enjoy your time and explore all the hidden treasures in this country.
Denmark is the smallest as well as the most southerly country of Europe. In more recent times, Denmark has developed a highly-competitive service-based economy with high employment levels and a generous social security system.
Croatia has become one of Europa’s top tourist destination again since its War of Independence in the late 1990s. Like much of Europe, Croatia boasts its share of medieval cities and historic ruins, but what makes this country exceptional is its wealth of stunning natural attractions.
Czech Republic won't disappoint travelers looking for a taste of Central Europe. It has a quick public in transportation system - it's an easy country to get around, particularly for those planning on spending the bulk of their time exploring the nation's beautiful capital, Prague
*Note: Schengen Visa price revised from February 2020.
Revised visa fees are below..
Adult 80€ or 90$
Child between 6-12 years of age 40€ or 45$
Child younger than 6 years of age Free
Family member of a EU/EEA national Free
Pupils, students and accompanying teachers during a school trip Free
Researchers traveling to perform scientific research Free
Nationals from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia. 35€ or 39$
Holders of diplomatic, official or service passports traveling for official purposes Free
NB: The applicable visa fee in USD (US Dollar) is as per the current exchange rate. It is subject to change without notice.