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10 Must see spots in Europe

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If you want to travel to Europe, but don't know where you want to go or if you have selected a country, but don't know what to visit, here is a list of 10 must see spots in Europe.

 

1 Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain. The construction of the Sagrada Familia began way back in the nineteenth century and still has not been completed. The building is a basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi.

2 Grand Canal, Venice, Italy. The inner-city Grand Canal is almost three hundred feet wide and stretches for almost two and a half miles. There can be up to five thousand boats a day navigating the waters. 

3 Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland. The Cliffs are an almost four hundred foot drop down into the Atlantic Ocean below the cliffs. The Cliffs of Moher are eight and a half miles long and are a rugged part of Ireland’s west coast.

4 The Gorges du Verdon, SE France. The Gorges du Verdon were carved from solid rock by the waters of the Verdon River. It consists of more than fifteen miles long. 

5 Preikestolen, Near Stavanger, Norway. The Preikestolen is an enormous rock formation in Norway. It is also known as Pulpit Rock and looms over the blue waters of the Lysefjord with a height of almost two thousand feet high. It is one of Norway’s most photographed landmarks.  

6 The blue lagoon, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland. The Blue Lagoon is the world’s most picturesque spa and it resides in Reykjanes Peninsula. The man-made lagoon is heated by an underground volcanic lava field and is filled with therapeutic minerals which are known to help with skin problems.

7 Hallstatt Village, Austria. The Village lies on the shores of Lake Hallstatt in Austria. The town is more easily accessible by boat than by the road. THe colourful houses and the old cobblestone streets date back all the way to the sixteenth century.

8 Keizersgracht, Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Keizersgracht is the widest canal in Amsterdam with it being over a 100 feet wide. The canal is lined with buildings over 500 years old.

9 Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy. Vernazza is filled with colourful houses and lies in front of a small harbor which attracts a lot of photographers with its beauty. 

10 Oia, Santorini, Greece. Oia is a village that lies in a volcanic cauldron on the coast of Santorini. It’s houses are painted shades of white and blue, and all together the town looks beautiful and is a spot you have to visit once.


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