Tuesday, December 2, 2014

4 Europe Landmarks For the History Buff Traveller

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If you are interested in the historical significance of places you visit, then Europe has a lot to offer. You should know that when you decide to visit Europe, the toughest decision will not be about which places to visit, rather you will be confused about the places you should NOT visit from the many options presented to you.

To help you plan the trip to Europe, we have selected the best places that must not be avoided by you. Here are top 4 places that you must visit during your trip to Europe:

    Eiffel Tower: Every living person knows that Eiffel Tower is the most renowned and appreciated historical landmark. This tower is one of the tallest buildings in the world. It was built in 1889 and is still as beautiful as it ever was. It stands high at 984 feet and is amazing in spite of the years it has been there. When you visit the top of this tower and look down, it would be a memory that you would cherish your entire life.

      Acropolis: if you like to visit historical buildings then Acropolis is a good option. The site includes buildings created in the 5th Century BC and are still standing. You can have a view of entire Athens from this place. You must visit the buildings of Parthenon, Propylaia, the Erechtheion and the temple of Athena Nike. All these buildings were slightly damaged during the Morean War but even their partial ruined state tells a story of its own.

      Tower Bridge: This amazing bridge has been into existence since the last leg of 19th century. It has covered the River Thames in the city of London since its construction and is yet quite sturdy. If you want to see the amazing beauty of London then theres no better place than the simple yet beautiful walkways of the Tower Bridge. You can visit this bridge anytime, be it a sunny day or a starry night. You can even visit the engine rooms near the bridge which contain steam engines that power the bridge.

        Buckingham Palace: If you have dream of meeting the royal bloodline, then a visit to Buckingham Palace should be a must in your Europe trip. This palace has been into existence since 1837 and has still got the royal look that never fails to attract the tourists. All you need to do is buy the tickets for an internal tour and enjoy a glimpse of the life of the one and only British Queen.


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