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The Best That Europe Has to Offer

The Best That Europe Has to Offer

If you are planning a visit to Europe in the coming months and you’ve never been before, you will no doubt be getting rather excited about your first experience of this wonderful continent. The region is diverse, historic and utterly fascinating, so you are in for an unforgettable odyssey. For those who have yet to experience the best the Europeans have to offer, here’s a quick guide to some of the finest aspects of it.

The best golf

There will be many purists who point to the east coast of Scotland when discussing the finest golf courses, but there are plenty more who feel the unpredictable weather conditions can detract from the enjoyment. For a great many experts, Portugal is regarded as the ultimate golfing location. The courses are undulating, spectacular and utterly beautiful, and the sun and blue skies are ready to welcome you throughout most of the year.

The best welcome

A number of European countries, especially those with a stake in the tourist industry, are proud to boast of the friendliness of the locals, but the Republic of Ireland has the strongest claim of all. This wonderful nation is home to a vast number of bars and clubs that are rightly known for the warmth of their welcomes, and there are many tourists who have visited for a short break and made lifelong friends in the process.

The best food Spain, Italy and Germany all have their own distinctive cuisines featuring a number of tempting dishes, but surely no country in Europe – or in the whole world – can match what France has. From the tiniest villages to the centre of Paris itself, a meal is regarded as something that’s almost sacred, and as such every ingredient has to be perfect. The true taste of France should be savoured by every traveller.

The best sightseeing

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Trafalgar Square in London, England.  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

City break holidays are understandably popular in Europe, and the most impressive destination is surely London. The majestic capital of the UK offers a fascinating blend of ancient and modern, and it’s often the case that a short holiday leaves nowhere near enough time to see everything. If you plan to visit, be sure to include the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and the London Eye on your itinerary.

The best beach The countries of southern Europe entertain millions of tourists every year, each of them attracted by the wonderful climate and the impressive beaches. Although it’s difficult to single out just one, there is a consensus among many that Oludeniz in Turkey is perhaps the finest. The stunning turquoise waters of this wonderful resort, where the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas meet, provide the perfect backdrop to an afternoon of sunbathing.

 

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