Here are the top ten articles for the European Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Why You Need A Travel Agent
One of the best tips for enjoying your trip to Europe is to use a travel agent to book your trip. Even with the proliferation of online booking sites a professional agent is still the best choice you can make.
2. European Lodging Options
When you are looking for a place to stay in Europe you have so many options, but what is the difference between them all? Here are some guidelines to what is available.
3. Visiting Pere Lachaise Cemetary
The largest cemetery in Paris, Pere Lachaise is the final resting place for many of the elite of Paris society. Writers, actors, artists, musicians and martyrs can all be found here.
4. The Spanish Architect Antoni Gaudi
Spain is a travel destination for may people. Great climate, delicious food, and of course, the Spanish nightlife are all reasons for planning a trip to this amazing country. Travelers who are lovers of architecture will delight in seeing the amazing works of Antoni Gaudi.
5. Visiting the Thorvaldsen Museum
One of the exciting aspects of traveling in Europe is the great diversity of museums and places to see. One museum that is well worth visiting, but one that you may not have heard of before, is the Thorvaldsen Museum in Denmark.
6. Europe in October - Events and Festivals
There's lots to do in Europe during October -- from Oktoberfest in Germany to the Witch Festival in France. Check out this sampling of events, festivals, and fairs.
7. Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites
When planning a trip to Europe why not consider visiting one of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites? There are more than 370 sites for you to choose from. Many of the sites are ones you would expect to see on a person’s list of places to see. Stonehenge, The Versailles, but there is so much more.
8. The Czech Republic - Facts and Information
All the basics on the Czech Republic.
9. Lucca and Pisa
Lucca. is a destination small enough to absorb in just few hours and rich enough in history to be a thoroughly satisfying experience. Not as well known as Pisa, or Florence, the birthplace of the renaissance, Lucca is, however, filled with history and not completely overrun with tourists.
10. Europe in September - Events and Festivals
There's lots to do in Europe during September -- from the Annual Sheep and Horse Round-Up in Iceland to the Windmill Festival in France. Check out this sampling of events, festivals, and fairs.
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