5 Most Popular And Exciting Europe Trips In 2020

Most Popular And Exciting Europe Trips: Europe has amazing travel opportunities for both long and short term travel as many other countries are quite literally on your doorstep. France is famous for fashion, Italy is known for mind-blowing delicious food. Olive-oil infused focaccia bread and freshly cooked pasta in Italy, succulent bratwurst sausages and cheeses in Germany, creamy goats cheese salads are the world’s famous dishes, and of course, champagne will make your day amazing, especially for foodies. In fact, many European cities are seen as romantic destinations.

Today is the perfect day to plan your holiday in Europe.

Here are the 5 amazing, most popular and exciting Europe trips of 2020.

  1. The Lanes Of Italy

Italy is famous for its cuisine, design, culture, fashion and much more. Italy has left a mark on the new-age. The capital city, Rome is the home to the Vatican as well as the ancient ruins. It includes Florence houses the Renaissance treasures – paintings, paper, and leather.

Venice, known as sinking city of canals is the best place for underwater poles. Magnificent monuments and museums are of highest attraction.


  • Rome: Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museum, Colosseum, and St Peter’s Basilica
  • Venice: Gondola rides
  • Glass manufacturing industry on the island of Murano, Santa Fosca Cathedral on the island of Torcello, Houses painted in bright colours with ancient works and paintings on the island of Burano,
  • Florence: Statue of David
  • Pisa: Leaning Tower of Pisa

2) Touring South Germany Europe trips

It is a 16 days trips starting from Munich and ends in Frankfurt, via Augsburg, Heidelberg, and the perfectly preserved streets of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Munich is popularly known as beer gardens where Frankfurt is known as the financial city of Germany.


  • Munich: Hofbrauhaus, Oktoberfest, German Museum, and Englischer Garten
  • Augsburg: Dom St Maria, Fuggerei social housing settlement, Die Ecke and Mozart Festival
  • Rothenburg: Herterich Fountain, and one of the well-known festival, Meistertrunk Festival, a medieval festival during Whitsun. and Doll & Toy Museum
  • Heidelberg: Schlossbeleuchtung castle lighting, Schloss Castle, Mercedes Benz Museum, Apothecary Museum, and Alte Brucke bridge over Neckar River
  • Frankfurt: Museum of Natural History and Goethe’s House Museum

3) 5-Country European Splendor

England, France, Italy, Belgium, and Switzerland are known as 5 country European Splendor. It is famous for its history, culture, glorious countryside and dramatic coastline. One of the best-known prehistoric monuments in Europe is Stonehenge. Tate Modern is the shining star in London’s incredible art-scene with ground-breaking installations and exhibitions.

You can take a tour of locations used in the Harry Potter films, from Diagon Alley to the Ministry of Magic. You can visit the cafes in Edinburgh, where J.K. Rowling wrote the books and then tour Alnwick Castle—which you’ll recognize as Hogwarts.


  • Lucerne: Mt Titlis and Lake Lucerne
  • Venice: Gondola rides
  • England: Boat tour in River Thames, Madame Tussauds, and Coca Cola London Eye
  • Brussels: Gothic Hotel de Ville Town Hall, Grand Place, Royal Palace, Manneken Pis, and Cathedral of Saints Michel & Gudule

4) Art Capitals In Central Europe

Berlin and Dresden in Germany and Prague in the Czech Republic are the artiest capitals of Central Europe.


  • Berlin: Reichstag Building, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, Berlinische Galerie, and Holocaust Museum
  • Dresden: New Green Vault, Cathedral of Holy Trinity, and Zwinger Palace
  • Prague: Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and the largest Hard Rock Café of Europe

5) Best Of Switzerland And France

Interlaken and Lucerne in Switzerland and Paris in France is the best place for romance. The itinerary will capture the beauty of Europe. Lyon is the third-largest city in France, known for its nap-inducing feasts, but a slew of innovative restaurants is waking up the streets.


  • Interlaken: Mt Jungfrau and Lake Interlaken
  • Lucerne: Mt Titlis and Lake Lucerne
  • Paris: Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Montmartre, and Sacre Coeur

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