There are a lot of beautiful cities in Europe. In the February 2013 edition of the Carnival of Europe, however, 24 bloggers share what they consider to be the most romantic places in Europe.
Attaching love locks in public places in Europe is a custom done by lovers to symbolize their eternal love for each other. Take a look at some of the more interesting ones I’ve seen.
Santorini is beautiful, yes, but what I can’t forget is how it welcomed me with open arms and gave me the respite I had needed for a long time.
There are thousands of beautiful artworks in the Vatican Museum. Not all are on display as such, though. Even its spiral staircase is a work of art!
I backpacked for 70 days in Europe, covering 9 countries and 25 cities. It was more than just a solo trip though. It was a journey to heal my broken heart.
I have had my share of beers when I backpacked in Europe for almost 3 months. Here are some of my favorites.
If you get a chance to visit Italy, never miss going to Venice. Just seeing all the gondolas on the Grand Canal already makes the trip worthwhile.
The Hundertwasser House is a beautifully designed housing project by an Austrian artist. Would you want to live in a cultural heritage like this?
If you ever find yourself in the small city of Herentals in Belgium, take time to climb the Tourist Tower. The view is well worth the effort of going there!
If you’re ever in Budapest, take the time to visit St. Stephen’s Basilica, Hungary’s most important church. As a bonus, you will also get to see the mummified hand of the country’s first King!
Want to know where the mighty Napoleon Bonaparte fell? Meet his Waterloo in Belgium.
If you find yourself in Prague, visiting the Franz Kafka Museum is a must if only to see this wonderful art installation of two men pissing on Czech Republic.