Top 5 Most Popular Travel Destinations in Europe
Europe is a wonderful continent, filled with a huge diversity of nations, cultures and cuisines. It has something for everyone – vast beaches and sunshine, tall mountains and snow, wonders of nature and traditions to explore.
Still most visitors coming to Europe prefer to visit its most famous cities. Perhaps it’s their fame, their history and their flair that makes them attractive to visitors from overseas, perhaps it’s their colorful life and tasty dishes. The reasons differ. I overheard a guy saying that he likes to stay in Europe because here he can play without restrictions at the Royal Vegas Casino . To be true, online gaming for money is available in almost every corner of the continent, making it easy for players to spend time with their favorite games and win. The Royal Vegas stands out of the crowd with its game variety – it has hundreds of games its players can explore day after day – and its specials. One of them, the Fortune Lounge Cruise , is especially amazing – it gives players the chance to win a seven day cruise on board a luxury ship around the Caribbean. The special is over for this year, but it will return in 2016 – maybe I’ll give it a try as well. Aside from its amazing specials, the Royal Vegas Casino has anything a Las Vegas casino has – except for the drinks and the buffet. It has all the games you can think of, jackpots of amazing sizes, real dealers sitting behind game tables, and the most helpful and responsive customer support in the industry. The Royal Vegas is indeed a good reason to visit Europe.
But let’s take a look at the most popular travel destinations in Europe, according to the MasterCard 2015 Global Destination Cities Index, London is the most popular destination of the world. I’m not surprised, to be honest – it’s a unique mix of a majestic past and modernity. London is a perfect destination both for sightseeing and for experiencing a unique nightlife. Certainly a must see for everyone – and visitors go there quite often.
The second place of our top 5 is occupied by Paris, famous for its restaurants, architecture and culture. It is still considered one of the most romantic destinations for couples – French is the language of love, after all.
On the third place we find Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region. Millions of visitors come to this city each year to see La Sagrada Familia, the Picasso Museum, the FC Barcelona stadium and museum (Europeans love football, and FC Barcelona is among the most famous Spanish teams) and its modernist architecture.
The fourth place is occupied by the Spanish central capital city, Madrid. A city of elegant boulevards and a rich repository of European art. The Museo del Prado is one of its most popular tourist attractions, but people come to see its other elegant and unique buildings like the Palacio Real and the Plaza Mayor.
Last, but not least, still in the top 5 we find the Eternal City, Rome. When thinking of Rome, people usually picture the Colosseum, the Panthaeon and St. Peter’s Basilica, but the city hides a host of other unique sights to see, some of the tastiest traditional foods and has a unique atmosphere.