9 Best Cities In Europe You Should Visit This Year

November 20, 2020

Okay, so let’s check out the list of “best cities in Europe” the most fascinating topic for travelers. As you all know Europe is a big continent with hundreds of amazing cities worthy of exploring.

Europe is nearly endless opportunities for trust-worthy places to visit in European cities. Exploring European cities can take you beyond the surface of a place. According to my own personal experience, While I’ve booked delta airlines reservations I found that it’s quite cheap and affordable too. Also, based on little more than a sunny weather forecast, I have experience that it is my most wonderful and memorable trip with intention at its core. So, if you are also planning, so make your intention strong and that can help you explore some of the best cities in Europe.

Rundown list of best cities in Europe You must visit


Paris known as the city of lights attracts millions of visitors every year with its unforgettable ambiance. The entire city has a rich and opulent history accompanied by steeped romanticism that permeates love. The city consists of world-class museums, fashion, cuisine, and impressive infrastructure. Paris is also called the city of love due to its elegance and sophisticated charisma that creates a boldly romantic atmosphere for everyone.


London is a city full of grandeur and international dynamism. The city has been honed to become incredible and is full of art, architecture, food, and fashion. The entire city has picturesque scenery that is almost unbelievable and movie-like. London has everything for anyone due to the huge array of things the country has to offer. 


As Europe’s largest metropolis on the Mediterranean coast, Spain’s second-largest city, and the proud capital of the Catalonia region, Barcelona is the most popular city in Spain. Barcelona is home to some of the best and cleanest beaches and was awarded to have the best urban beach planning and ranked third of the most beautiful beaches in the world by National Geographic. The city is known to have great nightlife and phantasmagorical buildings created by world-renowned architect


Between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea, lies some of the prettiest hidden towns of Spain, Pueblos Blancos is known as White Village in Andalusia are named for the unique whitewashed lime walls that the houses in this city have and known as one of the best city to visit in Spain. These buildings were originally painted white to keep the infrastructure cool from the direct rays of the sun. The white villages, rugged in Andalucia’s hillsides and often on the mountain tops have steep and winding roads. The city also has pretty old churches and flower-strewn squares have been rehabilitated. Some of the most popular villages in the city are, Vejer de la Frontera, Arcos de la Frontera, and Grazalema. Though buildings and houses are uniformly colored white each has its own characteristics and charms to experience and explore. These white walls date back to the Romans and Moors. 


Santorini is a volcanic island and home to one of the world’s most gorgeous and one of a kind beaches. It is known to have the best views of the sky where you can watch it turn into different shades of candy floss pink, lavender, purple, and blazing orange as the sun departs for the day. Santorini is surrounded by volcanic rocks and sand that gives the beach character and charisma to its appearance. With its charcoal, white and red hot coursed sand, the beach also has enough space to bask in the sun and enjoy the crystal clear water. 

Santorini has some of the most beautiful beaches namely; Kokonni with its red beach backed by rustic orange colored cliffs, Tsiagrado, Paleochora, Plathiena Provatas, Firiplaka, Firopotamos, and Paliamor. One of the best activities the island has to offer is a boat tour called Catamaran Cruise, this tour allows you to sail along the harbor of the most famous locations and venture in the volcano’s craters and springs. Catamaran cruise also brings you to the famous Nra Kameni known to have healing powers with its soothing warm water.


Ephesus is an ancient site located in Aegean Turkey and was deemed to be one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is home to the Temple of Artemis, one of the most popular attractions in the country. The temple of Artemis was once the largest temple to have ever existed but was destroyed around the 5th century.  It is a classical metropolis with its good preserve archaeological sites and history. Ephesus is one of the world’s largest accessible archaeological sites. 

History lovers and book fanatics can also consider Ephesus a mecca and a dream destination. The famed Library of Celsius is located in the city and was once the largest library in the ancient world. The library has been restored in order for the tourist to visit and appreciate the interior of the historical site. you can book delta airlines reservations to reach this awesome place and start exploring it on your own.


Home to the magnificent Alhambra Palaces, Granada is a city in southern Adalusia’s region. Grana is known to be one of the most beautiful cities in Spain and incredibly rich in culture and beauty. Spreading itself at the bottom of Sierra Nevada has many stunning structures and architecture. Some of these structures are the Moorish Palace, Arabic Quarter a Unesco Heritage Site, and Alhambra is known as the most visited and beautiful monument in Spain and a UNESCO Heritage site. Granada’s cultural diversity and romantic intricate decorations make it the city a hidden Gem in Andalusia’s region


Known for its sophisticated, slick design and effortless style, Milan is a gem full of historic and cultural sights. Its bohemian neighborhood of decades, fantastic galleries, and restaurants make the district the artistic heart of the city. The streets of Milan boast small artisan’s workshops or quaint stores selling canvases and paints enchanting art lovers with it an almost surreal atmosphere. Brera is home to Milan’s famous painting collection can be seen at; Pinacoteca, the historic Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense (Braidense National Library), and in Giardino Botanico (Botanical Gardens).


Segovia has one of the most amazing architectural legacies in the entire country. As a UNESCO World Heritage site, Segovia has medieval walls, ancient palavers, a gothic cathedral, and Romanesque Churches. This city is located northwest of Madrid. Segovia city preserved the aqueducts of Romans when it ruled the country of Spain for 700 years.


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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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