Just a ten-minute walk from the city centre is one of Debrecen’s most popular locations, with numerous activities on offer under the 100-year-old trees for young and old alike.
Atop of European ranges you’ll find marvelous snowcapped peaks.
Monte Bianco / Mont Blanc
Rising to an astonishing 15,780 ft/4,809 m in elevation, Mont Blanc is located between France and Italy and is the highest peak in the Alps. The name Mont Blanc translates to “White Mountain” and is capped with snow throughout the year.
Monte Rosa, also known as the “Pink Mountain,” is second in height to Mont Blanc in the Alps, standing at 15,203 feet (4,634 meters). As the tallest mountain in Switzerland, it’s a popular destination for skiing, hunting and extreme climbing.
The mountain known simply as “Dom” is the third-tallest peak in The Alps at 14,911 feet (4,545 meters) and is located along the southern edge of Switzerland. Dom got its iconic name because the contours of the peak resemble that of a dome from a distance.
The Matterhorn, also known as Monte Cervino, towers to 14,692 feet (4,478 meters) in elevation and is located along the border of Switzerland and Italy. Since it’s a primarily isolated mountain, The Matterhorn is one of the most unique summits in Europe where the weather can change without warning.
The Grossglockner is the highest mountain summit in Austria at over 12,000 feet (3,658 meters). The mountain is a rocky and sporadic formation, but it’s one of Europe’s most unique peaks. With two separate peaks reaching the same elevation, the Grossglockner and the Kleinglockner share the title of Austria’s tallest peak.
At nearly 10,000 feet (2,925 meters) in elevation, Musala lays claim to the tallest mountain in Bulgaria. While it doesn’t reach as high as some of Europe’s other mountains, Musala is just as breathtaking, thanks to a cluster of charming forests and rolling mountain tops.
Sněžka Mountain is located on the border of the Czech Republic and Poland and stands at just over 5,000 feet (1,524 meters). At the top of the mountain you’ll find a chapel, an observatory and even a post office.
Mulhacén is located along the southern edge of Spain and is the tallest mountain on the entire Iberian Peninsula at 11,413 feet (3,479 meters). It’s also the tallest mountain not a part of the Caucasus Mountains or the Alps. While Mulhacén is sparsely populated, it serves as a popular destination for mountainside thrill-seekers.
Germany’s tallest mountain reaches nearly 10,000 feet (3,048 meters) in elevation and is called the Zugspitze. Located along the border of Germany and Austria, the foot of the mountain is home to many towns and villages. It’s a favorite mountain amongst both casual skiers and ambitious climbers alike.
Triglav National Park is the only national park in Slovenia and home to the country’s tallest summit at 9,396 feet (2,863 meters). The entire mountain is full of breathtaking vistas, but none can match the view from the Aljaž Tower that sits on the very top of the peak.
Lomnický štít Peak
Romance comes naturally in Europe. With so many things to see and do, it’s no coincidence that Europe is one of the top destinations in the world for romantic getaways. From popular attractions like the Eiffel Tower to lesser-known spots like waterfalls in Iceland, browse this gallery to prep for the best romantic sightseeing in Europe.
Europe is full of iconic sites and landmarks. From the Eiffel Tower in Paris to flower fields of the Netherlands, there’s always something new and exciting to see. In this gallery, you’ll find just some of the must-see landmarks scattered throughout Europe in this gallery. Get to know a little about them here so you know which ones to add to your trip itinerary.
The mountains in Europe are some of the tallest summits in the world. They’re also some of the most fun. From skiing in Switzerland to snowkiting in Norway, discover the best ways to play on Europe’s mountains with this gallery.
Europe’s rivers are famous throughout the world. The Seine. The Rhine. The Danube. The Douro. The Thames. These iconic names alone inspire people from around the globe to travel along Europe’s winding rivers and visit the port cities that stand proudly among them. River cruises are an easy and scenic way to travel through Europe without renting a car or navigating various public transit systems. No matter what your travel purposes are, river cruises have a way to fulfill them.
The Sámi and their remarkable culture
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It’s the ideal place to taste different kinds of bacon and sausages, and enjoy traditional products such as handmade candies or chocolates.
Croatian and Slovenian vintages are among the finest in Europe and the olive oils, well those stand up to the best too.
Breath in Copenhagen’s sea air, visit its world-famous restaurants, discover its vibrant history.
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6th largest Roman amphitheater in the world!