standard Top 5 cities in Europe to visit this fall

Fall is a great time to take a tour in Europe as the plenty of tourists have gone home , the restaurants closed in august for vacation are opening again and cuisine is becoming more interesting , the temperature is much nicer and the prices are are lower than in the summer time . So , whether you are looking for great food , stunning arhitecture , historycal monuments or just want to get away from it all our top 5 European cities list is a good place to start .

5. Rotterdam

With a population of just 600000 , includding 160 nationalities , Rotterdam is the biggest seaport in Europe and one of the most important trading centers in the entire world . It has maybe the most interesting architecture in Europe and that’s why is called the architecture city or Manhattan of the Maas city . It’s also a tough port , a trendy nightlife and a sophisticated shopping city . Among the main attractions that draw our attention are : Erasmus Bridge , Cube Houses , SS Rotterdam , Euromast and it’s amazing museums .

Cube yellow houses in Rotterdam

Among the amazing architecture of Rotterdam , the Cube Houses really make the difference

4. Paris

What’s to say about Paris that you don’t already know ? Whatever you call it :  “the city of light”, “the city of romance” (and is becoming more romantic in the autumn), “world fashion capital”  etc .. i (and Oscar Wilde) can tell you one thing : “When good Americans die, they go to Paris.”

Eiffel Tower seen from above

Paris with it’s diamond site – Eiffel Tower in a nice fall day

3. London

London is a leading global city and a world cultural capital . 13 million inhabitants in one of the most expensive cities in the world ? It has to be a great one then .. With major sites like Tower of London , Buckingham Palace, Palace of Westminster , Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square , Hyde Park , Big Ben , St’ Paul’s Cathedral etc there is no wonder why it’s in our top 3 !

Palace of Westminster seen from London Eye

Palace of Westminster , London

2. Rome

 The Eternal City has the highest concentration of of historical and architectural attractions in the world . The centre of Rome was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1980 as it’s nearly three thousand years old . Rome is the only city in the world to contain an entire foreign state within its borders . Over 16% of the world’s cultural thesaurus are located in Rome  . Do you still need more ? After a hot summer when everyone is leaving because of high temperatures , fall is the perfect time to visit it .

The Colosseum in Rome

The Colosseum

 1. Munchen

Munchen it’s the third largest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg and got it’s  name from the Old High German Munichen, meaning “by the monks place” . .. And what makes it so special ? From Weisswurste, a  Munich sausage specialty, served with  mustard and freshly baked pretzels to well known local beers like Weissbier, Helles, Starkbier,  Pils or  Dunkles, i can guarantee you that here you’ll have the best meal of your life . There are plety of attractions in the city like Town Hall in Marienplatz , BMW Museum , Allianz Arena – the stadium of FC Bayern Munchen, Olympiapark, English Garden and many others .

Munchen  is home for the annual Oktoberfest, a world known beer festival going for two weeks at the end of September, ending on the first Sunday in October.  Oktoberfest cannot be described , you have to go there and feel it , eat , drink and dance until morning and then … repeat !  This puts Munchen on the top of our list and i honestly think that if you’re planning a citybreak , Munchen is your best choice this fall .

A lot of people in front of Munchen Town Hall

Munchen Town Hall

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