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One can travel Europe anytime in the year as some corner of the continent always remains apt for visitors in every season. As it is never easy to cover entire Europe in a go, visitors can cut down their destination list according to their taste and preferences. In general, the best time to visit Europe is in the months of May, June, and September. In these seasons, the prices of accommodation are reasonable, and the crowds are smaller. The weather remains typically agreeable during these months. July and August are the most tourist-frequented months in Europe. In these months, the Americans and Europeans enjoy their vacation days in the fine weather. August in usually the most crowded month as both Italians and French throng to the major seaside cities of this region. Tourists can enjoy relaxing vacation away from crowd during these months in the Eastern European countries such as Poland, Czech Republic, and Hungary. Europe's ski-resorts remain flocked with tourists during winters.

Popular Destinations in Europe


One of the most visited countries around, England offers tourists with never-ending possibilities in terms of fun things to see and do. This country is a part of the beautiful British Isles. England is rich in history, exciting cities and affluent cultural traditions. Tourists can find historic sites at every nook and corner, from old castles in the scenic countryside and colleges dating back to the Middle Ages to imposing Roman sites and old royal palaces. This country is the birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles.


From the lovely boulevards of Paris to the luxurious seaside resorts of the Cote d'Azur, France includes some of the fascinating sceneries in the world. This country delights romantics with beautiful castles, towering cathedrals, and pristine villages. Eiffel Tower, the modern emblem of the country, is one of the most visited and photographed tourist destinations around the world. Traditional French gastronomy is listed in the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Every region in this country has its own distinctive cuisine and culture.


Greece is a country in southeastern Europe boasting thousands of islands throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas. This country is often called the cradle of Western civilization. Athens is the capital of Greece and this city retains historic landmarks including the 5th-century B.C. Acropolis Citadel with the Parthenon temple. With attractions such as the black sands of Santorini to the vibrant party resorts of Mykonos, Greece is also an ideal place to visit for beach-lovers. The museums in Greece are rich in Classical sculpture and archeological treasures.

Popular Festivals and Events

The Carnival of Venice (Italy)

One of the biggest festivals in Europe, the Carnival of Venice is celebrated in the city of Venice every year between January and February and ends 40 days before Easter. At this festival, socialites disguise themselves in elaborate masks and costumes, inspired from the 18th century clothing. The Carnival of Venice is also known as Mardi Gras. This festival is now celebrated all over the world. During the carnival, imposing Venetian palaces become host to a number of elite parties. Visitors can buy traditional sweets - Frittelle & Galani, from any bakery in town during the carnival.

La Tomatina (Spain)

La Tomatina is a madcap tomato-throwing event taking place on the last Wednesday of August each year. In this festival, the participants launch tomato attacks on fellow participants, which eventually becomes a full-fledged tomato war. This chaotic and funny tomato fight takes place between 11 am 1 pm on that day. The organizers of this event actually cultivate inedible tomatoes particularly for this event.

Tommorowland (Belgium)

One of the biggest European Music Festivals, Tomorrowland takes place in the city of Boom in Belgium. The first edition of this festival was held in 2005. Tomorrowland distinctly stands out from the rest of the music festivals around the world due to the dream-like stage designs that change into cobras, castles, and bookcases. It is a music festival, having much more than just visual delight. The world-class music systems literally make visitor’s heart beat faster than ever. Some of the best performers, DJs, and musicians come to perform in Tomorrowland.