All European expeditions should include a trip to a museum or gallery. Luckily, they can be found almost everywhere in Europe. And a lot of them are free of charge. Consider this your guide to some of the best free museums and galleries in Europe so that you’re prepared to take in the art on your next trip.
A wedding is meant to be unforgettable. That’s why it needs to be in a place that’s equally unforgettable. Europe is one of the world’s most popular places for destination weddings – and for good reason. Whether you like big spectacular weddings or charming quaint ones, there’s the perfect romantic place for you in Europe.
Classic, timeless, beautiful – weddings in Greece are always memorable. Whether your wedding party is big or small, it’s one of the best wedding spots in Europe. In Greece, weddings aren’t always just a one-day event. Sometimes they can be a weeklong celebration of love and life.
Venice is arguably one of the most romantic cities in Europe. From gondola rides during the day to candlelit dinners during the night, the events before and after the wedding can be just as memorable as the wedding itself.
Your special day deserves a special backdrop. In Verona, there’s no shortage of amazing places to be with the one you love. Whether you get married in a stunning resort or quaint courtyard, there’s a perfect place to share your vows.
Prague, Czech Republic
One of Europe’s culturally rich cities is also one of its best wedding destinations. Prague, Czech Republic, has a variety of wedding venues that make for a memorable wedding experience. From centuries-old cathedrals to modern hotels, you pick your perfect setting.
There’s no shortage of photo opportunities, wedding venues and city amenities to make your wedding as good as it can be. From sunrise to sunset, weddings in Prague are picturesque, charming, beautiful and, most importantly, unforgettable.
Turn a winter wonderland into a warm-hearted wedding. The Ice Hotel in Kiruna, Sweden offers some of the most striking wintery scenes in Europe and makes for an unforgettable setting to tie the knot. Don’t forget to pack your mittens and scarves!
Medieval Wedding at First Tower Guaita, San Marino
Experience a wedding at La Guatia, the first and oldest of the three towers in San Marino, built in the 11th century and a landmark on the beautiful Italian peninsula. Every aspect of your wedding will be full of European charm.
The rich culture and beautiful settings of Barcelona blend together to create a perfect European wedding. With the Mediterranean Sea providing cool breezes and gorgeous cathedrals sprinkled throughout the city, there aren’t many better places to say ‘I do’ in Europe.
With the Mediterranean Sea as your backdrop, there aren’t many better places to say ‘I do’ in Europe. Enjoy cool breezes and stunning views on your special day. Lines of European boats in the docks can also make for some memorable photos of your European wedding.
Love is timeless. And so is Italy. So it’s no coincidence that the ancient city of Rome is one of the most popular wedding destinations in the world. Get married and see attractions like the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Sistine Chapel all on the same trip.
From relaxing beaches to ancient stone buildings, the picturesque moments are never far between in Cyprus – especially here, with Aphrodite’s Rock serving as the backdrop. It’s fitting that the goddess of love and beauty’s namesake is a part of such a beautiful place.
Château d'Urspelt, Luxembourg
Located in the heart of Luxembourg, the Château d’Urspelt brings all of the charm of Europe to weddings. The castle backdrop and lavish furnishings makes for one of the best spots for a wedding in Europe. Whether your wedding is big or small, it’s an ideal place for your special day.
European Heritage Sites include archives, monuments, archeological sites, and places of seminal cultural or political value, from the classic age to the present. Since the label’s inception in 2013, thirty-eight sites have been designated, bringing passages in Europe’s history to the foreground to honor, celebrate, and remember who built Europe, how, and why. They are lessons from the past to guide the future of Europe.
Europe is a very bike-friendly continent, both in the cities and out in the countryside.
Venice is arguably the most romantic place in the world. With serene rivers and canals winding through the city, there are unforgettable sights at every turn. But it’s not the only romantic city in Europe. Get to know the European cities that claim to be the “Venice of the North” by browsing through this gallery.
The Ice Music Festival Norway returns to Finse’s enchanting icy peaks for a one-of-a-kind musical experience.
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During the imperial era, Vienna was completely in a spin over almonds. No wonder, since the Viennese pastry chefs were focussed on everything that made fine dishes taste even finer. And that definitely included almonds!
Taking Part in Europe’s Cultural Heritage Festivals.
The typical Flemish asparagus is white, as it is grown covered in soil to prevent photosynthesis. This prevents the asparagus turning green and results in a taste a little sweeter and much tenderer than the green asparagus. It is generally harvested from late April to early June.
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