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1. Bruges, Belgium
  by adam (added on 2015-02-05)
Bruges is Belgiums most well-preserved historic town. It is situated at the Flemish Region. It is well known for it's exceptional architecture like it's houses, cathedrals, the historic city center and it's surroundings, and canals.The cities... [read this review]
2. Regensburg
  by adam (added on 2015-02-05)
Because the city suffered little damage in World War 2 unlike many other german locations, the town was added to the UNESCO world heritage site, making one of the nations top travel destination. The town itself is very well preserved and beautiful, it... [read this review]
3. Bratislava
  by adam (added on 2015-02-05)
Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia, one of the 4 capitals in Central Europe where the Danube flows through, near the border of both Austria and Hungary, 80 km from Vienna and 200 km from Budapest. The city is prominent for it's Old town, it's... [read this review]
4. Haarlem
  by adam (added on 2015-02-05)
Haarlem is a small town, situated near Amsterdam about 20 km from the Dutch capital. It is know for it's rich history, beautiful architecture and it's prominent market square. The Sint-Bavokerk is the symbol of the city which lies also at the... [read this review]
5. Strasbourg,France
  by adam (added on 2015-02-05)
Strasbourg is one of the most prosperous cities in France. It's a beautiful city, diverse culture with stunning city center. It is renowned for having both French and German influence, since it is close to the German border and you can see both architecture.... [read this review]
6. The Hague, the netherlands
  by adam (added on 2015-02-05)
The Hague, is the political capital of the Netherlands and because of it's status, the city is highly developed in every aspect. It is affluent, crowded and diverse. Important places to visit in The Hague is the Dutch Parlament, Noordeinde Palace,... [read this review]
7. Udine, Italy
  by adam (added on 2015-02-05)
Udine is a perfect example of an Italian city. It is very boisterous destination, with typical Italian architecture everywhere you go. It is close to the Slovenian border. Welcoming, pleasant and exciting, it is an ideal place to hang out with friends... [read this review]
8. London,United Kingdom
  by adam (added on 2015-02-04)
London is the most multicultural city in Europe. The british Capital itself is outstanding. It is very big, cosmopolitan with rich history with a sizable economy. The english metropolis is known for it's too diverse architectural style, partly because... [read this review]
9. Luxembourg
  by adam (added on 2015-02-04)
Luxembourg is the wealthiest country in Europe, and the second richest in the world after Qatar. Diminutive but powerful, it has an impressive history. The capital of the nation, is small yet highly developed, liberal with stunning structures and also... [read this review]
10. Canterbury,United Kingdom
  by adam (added on 2015-02-04)
Canterbury is one of United Kingdoms most well-preserved towns. It is not that big but has a sizable and important background. Situated about 1 hour drive from London, the town itself is quite stunning. It is famous for it's spectacular houses, beautiful... [read this review]


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