From the blazing orange of autumn to the ice blue of winter and green of a new spring, Europe brings you to the magic and colours of the seasons like no other.
Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere. It is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. It comprises the westernmost part of Eurasia.
Its a huge area of total Europe but you can choose these 4 top picks. Check out these 4 hot spots in Europe to make your trip a memorable one.
Visit the Fishing Village of Cinque Terre, a Unesco Heritage site in Italy.
Local trains from La Spezia to Genoa and the rest of the region’s network connect the villages of Cinque Terre. Intercity trains also connect them to Milan, Rome, Turin and Tuscany. The Cinque Terre tracks run most of the distance in tunnels between Riomaggiore and Monterosso.
The Cinque Terre trains connect the La Spezia train station to all five towns. Unlimited day passes are available for tourists, and the trip from one village to another is five minutes or less
Hike to a Mountain Glacier, Switzerland.
One particularly scenic hike is to the Morteratsch Glacier outside of St. Moritz. It takes less than two hours for the round trip along wide and well-travelled paths. With no steep parts and only a slight elevation gain, it’s an easy 3.3-mile hike. Along the way, you’ll encounter people of all ages and fitness levels.
Climb the Most Romantic Tower, Eiffer Tower, Paris.
No building better symbolises Paris than the Tour Eiffel. Maupassant claimed he left Paris because of it and William Morris visited daily to avoid having to see its silhouette from afar.
Unsurprisingly, the views from that height are quite spectacular and on a good day, you can see as far as 65km (40 miles) across the city.
Sightseeing the Ancient Volcano Natural Beauty, El Teide, Tenerife, Spain
The highest peak in Spain, this ancient – but still simmering – the volcano is also one of Europe’s top natural wonders. The Pico de Teide and the Caldera de las Cañadas, a gigantic volcanic crater, together form the Parque Nacional del Teide, at the centre of the island of Tenerife.
You can drive or hike across the inside of the caldera – the crater floor – 12 miles in diameter and a barren moonscape of coloured rock formations that’s like driving into the centre of the earth. You can climb El Teide’s cone, but an easier way to get close to the top is by an eight-minute cable car ride. On a clear day, views cover the entire archipelago and can extend to North Africa – the nearest land mass to the Canary Islands.
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