Europe not only has a long history, it is also home to many of the most beautiful and interesting cities on the planet. Destinations that concentrate everything that any traveler or tourist could wish for: many things to see (monuments, sculptures, buildings, parks, museums…), many plans to make (shopping, partying, relaxing, enjoying the local cuisine, enjoying all kinds of cultural and leisure plans, etc.) and good hotels to stay in during your stay in Europe.
The list of European cities worth a visit is endless, but we have chosen the 3 European capitals you can’t miss if you decide to travel in Europe: Madrid, the “City that never sleeps”; Paris, the “City of Light”; and Rome, the “Eternal City”. Each one of them has different charms that make them an unavoidable stop for travelers. Let’s get started!
This city offers the traveler all kinds of plans for both day and night. La Gran Vía, full of theaters, shops and places to have a drink; the Paseo del Arte (with the Prado, Reina Sofía and Thyssen Bornemisza Museums), the Plaza Mayor and its terraces, the El Retiro park, the fountain of the Cibeles, the Puerta de Alcalá, the Puerta del Sol, the spectacular sunsets in the Temple of Debod or find a bargain in El Rastro, the largest market in the city that operates every Sunday and holiday of the year, are some of the attractions of this city.
Finding a place to stay in Madrid is not complicated at all. Fortunately, Madrid has numerous hotels where quality is assured and with options for all types of travelers: business travelers, family travelers, couples or lovers of luxury and well-being.
Paris is a city that seduces and encourages romanticism and walks along the banks of the Seine, touring the district of Le Marais, climbing up to Montmartre and visiting the Eiffel Tower to admire the beauty of the city from one of its highest points in good company while you taste a croissant or toast with a glass of champagne. You can’t miss the Sainte Chapelle or the Cathedral of Notre Dame, the Montparnasse Tower or a stop at the Louvre.
As for accommodation, it won’t be a problem, as the city has many quality hotels where you can spend the night. And although sleeping in Paris often means everything but sleeping because of the many things that can be done, that is precisely one of its charms.
Few cities in the world can compare to Rome, a city where time seems to have stopped. From the first moment you set foot in Rome, you can enjoy part of its history. The Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum or the Pantéon de Agrippa are essential visits that will bring you closer to the city’s past. If your tastes are more contemporary and cosmopolitan, be sure to stroll around the Trastevere district and stop by one of its “trattorias” to recharge your batteries.
History, art, culture, gastronomy and a pleasant climate are some of the main attractions of Rome. A city with hotels adapted to the needs of any visitor to Rome, even the most demanding travelers.