Europe has big attractions to offer. Why not take the opportunity to explore them?

Eiffel Tower – Paris
Every year, six million people come to see the Eiffel Tower. This tower has become the symbol of Paris' romantic ideals as it also offers a brilliant view of the city. You have the option whether to climb the stairs or take the elevator to reach the top. But try to book tickets before you go, since this can test the patience of even the most tolerant tourist.

The Brandenburg Gate – Berlin
The Brandenburg Gate is the German's most famous landmark with its iconic piece of 20th Century history. Built in 1791, the gate still holds significance because of its historical place in the Second World War, and when the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, it was later on symbolized reunification.

The Guggenheim Museum – Bilbao
Talking about modern architecture, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao is one of the Europe's most famous landmarks. It displays some of the finest pieces of contemporary visual art in collaboration with similar museums in New York, Venice, and Berlin.

Tivoli Gardens – Copenhagen
Denmark is famous as the host of the original LEGOLAND but the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen remains the most popular theme park in Scandinavia and the third most visited amusement park in Europe.

The Colosseum – Rome
Rome's extraordinary Colosseum is still an awe-inspiring structure today even after 2,000 years ago when it was built. The amphitheater was the venue of bloody sports and gladiatorial combat. There are many cheap flights to Rome that can take you to this magnificent attraction.

Source by Kim Chambers

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