- 1France2861 reviews
Oh Paris! My most favorite city in the world. The city of light, the city of romance. There is nothing like the mix of modern and ancient, history coming alive on the streets and lifestyle of Paris.
- 2UK1926 reviews
It's London. It's one of the world's most famous cities so it is definitely worth seeing if you have the chance. There is so many great historical things to see and the city has a hip vibe. The prices for everything here are incredibly high! It is a foodie capital but the restaurants in London are so expensive unless you ...
- 3Italy1170 reviews
One of the world's great cities. Incredible combination of ancient and modern. Lively neighborhoods, great local cuisine, and something for almost everyone in terms of history, culture and archaeology.
- 4Spain1171 reviews
Just one of the coolest cities I've ever been to. It's huge and awesome so you should plan a long trip.
- 5Turkey649 reviews
Istanbul is a big city full of the best of the ancient and modern worlds. You can visit the old center for gorgeous mosques and the Roman Cistern, or you can go to the Modern Art Museum in the new part of the city. There's lots of moderately priced lodging and great food. Always something to do. I tell friends ...
- 6Netherlands722 reviews
The city is clean and attractive with thousands of things to experience. Easy transportation. Here's a tip if you're on a budget, stay in Haarlem and take the fifteen minute train ride to the Central Station in Amsterdam. Could save you as much as 100 USD per night!
- 7Germany491 reviews
Not my type of city but anyway good to see. Just two full days are enough to see all the pinpoints if organized and prepared well..
- 8Spain509 reviews
I'm living in Madrid for 6 years now and I absolutely LOVE this city, and I still find new things to see or do. This city offers you a lot of everything. If you're planning on visiting you can easily stay for a week and you won't get bored. It is also perfect for nightlife lovers. If you're just staying ...
- 9Austria295 reviews
Vienna does have hundertwasser and he makes the city pop but on the other spectrum is the schoenbrun palace with gardens, statues and views
- 10Italy690 reviews
This is the romantic city, the one you've read about and longed to visit. The buildings, canals and restaurants are there waiting. Night brings lights off the water and a change of atmosphere. Awesome.
- 11Italy348 reviews
I liked Florence much better than Rome. It has a small city feel that immediately made me comfortable. The history and sites were all easily accessible. I remember walking everywhere!
- 12Czech Republic430 reviews
Praha is an amazing city! Where to begin? Probably the beer! The Straha Monastery is an amazing spot to grab beer, cheese, & beer cheese. It also it nearby to the best overlook of the city.
- 13Ireland241 reviews
Dublin is the one of the most lovely cities in the world not just because the their PUBS! That city have a really pretty soul inside through the streets and their architecture, the people there like to talk about the weather and them you can make some friends and sharing different kind of life in other countries. If you go ...
- 14Hungary302 reviews
As a Hungarian-American whose grandfather immigrated from outside Budapest to the U.S. in 1914, it is an honor and a tremendous experience to return to my family's homeland. Gorgeous, hip city.
- 15Italy356 reviews
Fashion, business, turn of the century architecture and cold weather. Milan is one of Europe's great cultural hubs and has been since the Roman times. Octavian went to college here. Ernest Hemingway recuperated from his war wounds and fell in love.
- 16UK235 reviews
A great city which is easy to visit and not like any other city in the United Kingdom. Full of history, the contrasting New Town and Old Town, excellent museums and great although sometimes expensive food. A trip to Edinburgh is well worth it.
- 17Sweden207 reviews
Favorite city in the world!! This is a walking city with great views, water to swim in during the summer and skate on in the winter. Fabulous hidden cosy cafes with great coffee and bars with house brews https://www.facebook.com/groups/StockholmPubCrawlers/
- 18Denmark178 reviews
Oh haha! I didn't know we couldn't tag the same location twice! Bummer... Anyways, this is Rundertårn & it houses an observatory, library and it connects to a church. With a fee of about $5USD, you can head on in and explore. Don't worry! No thousand steps of stairs to climb, it's a slope all the way up. Well if ...
- 19Russia240 reviews
Been almost twenty years, but Moscow is a wonderful city. Not as European as St Pete and the Stalinist brutality is still in evidence (particularly in the architecture), but still incredible.
- 20Spain134 reviews
Seville is a marvelous city. Even the streets smell like honeysuckle. The architecture, food, the layout of the city, the historical sites, and the friendly people are worth a visit.