In actuality, a lifetime isn’t enough. When we are at our home for the moment while dreaming of our travels of the that have gone by and eagerly looking ahead to European excursions shortly, it’s hard not to think about the memories which have led us to become enthralled with Europe over and over. There are numerous experiences to take in. You could do plenty in Europe, such as taking the Alpine train around Switzerland and driving through Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way to munching on falafel-stuffed sandwiches in Paris. It could be watching the breath-taking views from Paris by the Eiffel tower, spending time with your loved ones, taking the most exotic bird watching excursions in Madeira, or taking part in the many activities that Europe will cause you to be enthralled by every country in Europe.
Here are the best things you should do in your Europe Tour :-
Enjoy a magical ride with Santa’s
What’s more unique and magical than visiting Santa Claus Village in Finland? Meet Father Christmas, his workshop, and the post office, which accepts all the letters children send all over the world. Do not forget to visit his reindeer and take an enchanting sleigh or snowmobile ride during the cold winter months.
Get a taste of Danish Hygge in Copenhagen
Suppose you’re exploring the vibrant region of Nyhavn or a cafe-hopping spree in Jaegersborggade or enjoying the outdoors with a picnic or biking in the famed Tivoli Gardens. In that case, there are plenty of locations to experience the warmth of comfort, coziness, and happiness of that Danish concept of Hygge.
Make a Memorable Canal Trip in Venice
Another thing to cross off on the bucket list of activities to visit in Europe is to go on one-hour boat tours along the Grand Canal of Venice and take in the lively Venetian waterfront and the famous historic landmarks on the route.
Take a look at the old Rialto, the most ancient and most famous bridge in the world, and then pass through the central Venetian patrician homes containing museums, art collections, and much more. Take a look at the new Della Constituzione bridge made of glass that offers a view of the live casino in Ca Vendramin Calergi.
Take a trip up the slopes of the Italian Dolomites
Spend a few days skiing down Cortina’s well-groomed slopes. Make sure you stop for some Aperols in the Rifugio Averau terrace, followed by nights in the town, with delicious food and drinks. In contrast to French resorts, where you’ll probably spot skis under tables, Cortina implores you to go home, shower, and dress stylishly every evening. Start with Cafe La Suite, then proceed to P126, and don’t forget to take into the cavalcade of dolce vita glamour cruising through Corso Italia, the winter scene sunk by soft amber lighting and huge bottles of red wines.
If you’re searching for one sport with a lot of adrenaline that does everything, consider kiteboarding. It is a combination that includes wakeboarding, snowboarding, paragliding, windsurfing, or skateboarding with sailing.
With more than 300 days of sun and wind every season, Tarifa, located in Spain, has transformed into Europe’s kiteboarding and kitesurfing capital. Lake Garda in Italy and Leucate in France are also great places to go.
Explore through the Caucasus in Georgia
Whether you’re a day-hiker or an experienced mountaineer, there’s nothing better to immerse yourself in the Georgian topography and get an insight into the local culture without filtering it than by walking through the region. In Svaneti, a remote northwesterly province where locals travel on horses and the prehistoric UNESCO World Heritage guard towers are visible from the landscape; you can go on a four-day trek from Mestia to Ushguli, the highest continuously settled settlement in Europe. You can stay overnight in guesthouses run by family members on the way.
If you’re searching for an intellectual challenge instead of an actual one, you might consider playing in an escape room. A game where the group and you must solve puzzles to gain access to the room that you’re in.
Escape rooms have become more popular throughout Europe. You can find them all over Europe in the larger cities, as well as in smaller ones. The most popular escape rooms are The Room in Berlin, Sherlocked in Amsterdam, and The Metro in Paris.
Relive Royalty in the Scottish Highlands
Scottish Highlands is exactly how one imagines it – imagine big skies, breathtaking scenery, amazing food, and exceptional hospitality. The region’s turbulent history is a testament to some of the stunning and romantic castles and locations that are unique in the world, like that of Eilean Donan Castle.
A castle was dating to the 13th century, situated on its tiny island, surrounded by mountains and lochs. In the area, you can also take a trip to Loch Ness. This freshwater lake is reputed to be the location of the famed prehistoric Loch Ness Monster, or travel on the West Highland Line across the Glenfinnan Viaduct to soak in the beauty of the countryside.