It's time to plan interesting trips for 2019!
We offer you to combine the cultural program with the rest – to your attention 6 capitals to be sure to visit this year:
1. Rome (Italy)– the eternal city, where you want to return again and again, and discover it every time anew. The most beautiful city in the world with ancient history, breathtaking architecture, beautiful people, wonderful climate, delicious food and delicious coffee. History and luxury, past and future, religion and life are concentrated in this city. In the largest city of the country, modern business centers and architectural monuments coexist. Along the same streets along which you go to a boutique or a restaurant, the great rulers of antiquity, the most famous philosophers, architects, and, of course, modern celebrities went about their business. Combine an excursion program with a beach holiday and your trip will be truly complete.
2. London (UK) London is a capital of Great Britain – and that says it all! The date of foundation is considered to be 43 BC. Over the centuries, the city grew, grew rich and developed. Now this multimillion-dollar metropolis is the world's leading financial center, one of the 4 fashion capitals of the world, the third largest in Europe in terms of population, and in drawing attention to the Royal Family and their lives, there is no equal at all!
With all the riot of colors and noise, it will still be exciting to visit the sights that we memorized in English lessons at — Big Ben, Tower, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey and many more. Children will be delighted with the Harry Potter Museum, located in the pavilions of the Warner Bros. on the territory of Leavesden Studios in Watford (a suburb of Leavesden, half an hour from London), where all eight films about the young wizard were filmed.
3. Vienna (Austria)– one of the most atmospheric and pathos-romantic cities in Europe. Every historical building is reminiscent of the splendor, power and wealth of this once great imperial capital. The richest cultural heritage has left an imprint on the mentality of its inhabitants – Vienna is considered the safest city, there are no slums and dangerous areas to avoid. At any time of the day, you can walk and admire the splendor of the former center of the Habsburg Empire.
By the way, if for some reason you did not get to the Vienna Opera, but really want to see the performance, then you can do it completely free of charge – from April to October on the opera house on a huge screen broadcast what is happening on the stage.
4. Jerusalem (Israel)— the history of this city has 6 millennia, during which now the “Holy Land” has seen so many generations of people, prosperity and decline, love and bloodshed, construction and collapse, preserving all this in its heritage, which cannot be unambiguously described. Undoubtedly, this city is rich in ancient historical relics that do not leave indifferent any cultured person. Jerusalem is called the shrine of three religions – Jewish, Muslim and Christian, and is also the main center of world pilgrimage. The main objects of pilgrimage are the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Wailing Wall, Mount Zion, the Mount of Olives.
And of course, this is a chic place to relax – the coasts of the Dead, Mediterranean, Red Seas hospitably receive thousands of tourists.
5. Budapest (Hungary)– the largest city in the country, one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe. It arose as a result of the unification of several cities separated by the Danube (the second longest river in Europe, the first place is occupied by the Volga). Surviving sites on the west and east coasts tell the history of the city eloquently and revealingly. The hilly western shore (formerly the city of Buda) with the once grandiose Buda Castle, the Royal Palace, the Matthias Cathedral and others is connected by a bridge to the flat eastern shore, where the ancient city of Pest is located, occupying 2/3 of the current city of Budapest. Here you will find an incredible number of architectural monuments, theaters, palaces, ancient streets and the most popular among tourists and locals – Andrássy Avenue.
the largest bath complex in Europe — Szechenyi Bath.
6. Lisbon (Portugal) is the westernmost capital of Europe, one of the oldest cities in the world. Comfortable Mediterranean climate, centuries-old history, ancient buildings – all this makes Lisbon incredibly attractive for tourists. The atmosphere of this capital of sailors is truly inspiring – the sea, the sun, a lot of entertainment, an incredibly rich excursion program, amazing cuisine and a paradise for shopaholics.