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5 European Cities to add to your Bucket List - Part 2
by Nico McKenzie
If you are booking your first trip to Europe, you might be feeling overwhelmed by the choices. That’s totally normal! After all, there are so many great cities and countries on offer.
So, where are the best cities to visit in Europe?
If you’re looking for an adventure slightly off the beaten path but still with beautiful cities, head to central Europe. There is so much to offer in the heart of Europe and it starts with the blend of medieval, gothic and baroque architecture found in Prague. This city is amazing any time of year, with my favourite time to visit being winter.
If money is not an issue, Northern Europe has some of the most scenic cities to discover. You’ll need to be ready to embrace the cold if you visit in winter, but this is arguably the most magical season to visit Copenhagen. Give yourself at least two days in this city, but beware it is regarded as the most expensive city in Europe to visit!
If it is your first time in Europe you absolutely can’t miss out on visiting the city of London. There are endless sights and attractions to keep you busy, so be sure to allow yourself at least four days in London.
Edinburgh is one of the most underrated cities in Europe. If you find yourself looking to explore more of the United Kingdom beyond London, consider Edinburgh. This is a great city to visit for Harry Potter lovers, as there are many locations dotted throughout the city. This is where J. K. Rowling penned much of the first Harry Potter book!
Let us know in the comment section below the European Cities you recommend to visit.