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 .
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 .
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.”
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 !
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 .
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 .