Europe is a place rich with history and culture. From Stonehenge in Great Britain to The Alps in Switzerland, the landmarks and sites of magnificent Europe will inspire your travels for years to come. Take it all in with a landmark trip through Europe on your next two-week getaway to some of Europe’s most iconic locations.

Day 1-4
Distance: 700km / 430mi

Dublin to London

  • Arrive in Dublin to begin your iconic European getaway.

  • Get a taste of Dublin on a trip to the Guinness Storehouse, complete with beer samples after the tour.

  • Go for a drive or a hike along the Wild Atlantic Way. The famous roadway immerses you in the best sights coastal Ireland has to offer.

  • Next, make your way across Saint George’s Channel, through Wales and arrive at the iconic site of Stonehenge.

  • Take pictures and enjoy a beautiful afternoon before your next stop in London.

  • Visit London’s architectural wonders including the Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace.

  • Catch a soccer (futbol) match between Chelsea and Arsenal at Emirates Stadium.

  • Dine like a Brit by enjoying a variety of tea and crumpets at local cafes.

  • See London in all of its glory by taking a trip to the top of The Shard.

Day 5-7
Distance: 601km / 370mi

London to Cologne

  • After exploring London’s best spots, make your way by train into Bruges, Belgium.

  • Enjoy a pint or two at local Bruges pubs. Stop by the Beer Museum for a journey through the city’s beer history.

  • Experience Bruges’ history with a day in the historic Markt, the famous area full of restaurants, horse-drawn carriages and classic Belgian architecture.

  • Head east into Brussels to experience more of Belgium’s rich culture.

  • Visit Brussels’ most famous landmarks including the Mannekin Pis, Cathedral of Saint Michael and Saint Gudula, Palace Royale and more.

  • Top of your stop in Brussels with a slice of merveilleux, the decadent cake that originated in Belgium.

  • After enjoying Belgium, keep your vacation going by traveling to the city of Cologne, Germany.

Day 8-11
Distance: 1050km / 650mi

Cologne to Berlin

  • In Cologne, go for a thrilling and picturesque ride over the city on the Cologne Cable Car

  • Then, stop by the famous Cologne Cathedral to experience one of Europe’s most breathtaking pieces of architecture.

  • Travel to Frankfurt to see The Romer, Museumsufer and Staedel Museum, which offer exceptional German experiences for even the most seasoned traveler.

  • In Nuremberg, visit the Nuremberg Castle. The historic building dates back to the year 1000 and is one of Germany’s best-preserved castles.

  • Then, it’s off to Prague, Czech Republic, to walk from the Charles Bridge to the Dancing House to get a look at the perfect blend of old and modern Prague architecture.

  • Watch an opera or ballet at the world-famous Prague National Theatre.

  • Finally, return to Germany to explore the stunning church of Frauenkriche in Dresden and the iconic Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.

  • After you’ve made the rounds in Germany, your next stop is Poznan, Poland.

Day 11-14
Distance: 1000km / 620mi

Berlin to Warsaw

  • Travel to Poznan for an outdoor adventure on Lake Malta.

  • In Wroclaw, visit the Centennial Hall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Be sure to stop by the Wroclaw Fountain for photo opportunities, too.

  • In Krakow, you’re in the heart of the Tatra Mountains, perfect for hiking, skiing and camping. Take a day there to enjoy the great European outdoors.

  • Finally, finish your iconic trip with a stay in Warsaw, Poland’s capital.

  • Visit the Royal Caste, the Museum of Warsaw and the Tomb of the Unkown Soldier for a variety of Warsaw’s best attractions.

Before you go

1. Bring a journal. This is a once-in-a-lifetime trip and you’ll want to document your travels to look back on it in the future.

2. Travel by train between cities. It’s one of the best ways to take in the European countrysides.

3. Map out your trip well before you leave. There are a lot of iconic things to see and you want to make sure you’ll have plenty of time.

4. Mix it up between hotels and hostels. Hotels are great, but hostels can save you money and offer quite the experience.

5. Pack plenty of different clothes. The climates from Dublin to Warsaw can change drastically.

6. Don’t forget backup batteries/chargers for your camera. You don’t want to only have pictures of the first half of your trip.

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