Traveling to Europe, one of the most important tourism centers in the world is everyone’s dream… Every year, millions of people visit European cities and enjoy the cultural and natural beauties. We have compiled 5 dazzling cities of Europe for you. It’s like they just stepped off a movie set!

Florence, Italy

Delicious pasta, beautiful squares, luxury shoe stores, Ancient Roman ruins… You can have many unique experiences in city. Florence, which introduced Europe to art and literature, is also the city where the Renaissance was born. Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Donatello, Rafael, Dante, Sandro Botticelli lived and performed their arts in this historical city. The Uffizi Museum, one of the most important museums in the city, hosts the most important galleries in the world. Michelangelo Square, where you can watch the entire city and the Arno River from above, the Santa Croce Basilica, Duomo Square, which hosts the most important structures of the city, Repubblica Square with its restaurants is among the other important places to see in Florence.

Marseille, France

Marseille is the second-largest city in France. In Marseille, which is a very lively city, entertainment and art are intertwined with the city. With its port and 42 kilometers of Côte d’Azur coastline, it has something that Paris cannot offer you. It is a unique city with resting areas suitable for social isolation, clean sandy beaches and coves for sunbathing or picnicking. For diving lovers, you should visit Anse de Maldormé, which has a pebbly beach. Marseille is a typical Mediterranean city. Spring months are warm in Marseille, which has all the characteristics of this climate. This makes Marseille a very convenient city for tourist visits during the spring months. Located in the old city, the Panier neighborhood is among the most visited spots by tourists. It is possible to feel like you are on a journey through time while wandering around the Old Port area and narrow streets here. On your trip, you should see the magnificent Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, located on the highest hill of the city.

Thessaloniki, Greece

While not as grand as Athens, the mix of modern architecture and street art juxtaposed with Ancient Ottoman monuments, Byzantine structures and Roman ruins makes Thessaloniki one of the best-preserved cities in Greece. It is also the administrative center of the Greek Macedonian region. The most important aspect of Thessaloniki for us is that it is the city where Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was born. Located on the coast of the Aegean Sea and not on a busy tourist route, it is an excellent travel route to spend calmly. Be sure to climb the Trigoniou Tower with its magnificent sea view. Be sure to also see Ladadika, an old part of the city where narrow streets lead to beautiful squares full of restaurants and bars. It is a great place to stroll, especially at sunset. Take a walk along the beach of Nea Paralia, which connects 12 parks. It is a favorite with visitors and locals who go fishing, biking, listening to the buskers, picnicking and chatting.

Seville, Spain

Located in the south of Spain, Seville is an attraction in itself. The palaces, mosques, motifs, dishes and tunes that Andalusian Umayyads added to Seville’s past make the city’s history even more interesting. Known as the birthplace of flamenco dance, Seville is famous worldwide. From visiting tapas bars to watching unique street performers, there is so much you can want to stay in Seville forever. If Seville’s royal palace, the Alcázar, sounds familiar to you, it’s because it’s where the excellent scenes from Game Of Thrones were filmed. You can lose yourself in the colorful back streets of Barrio Santa Cruz or you can enjoy the sun of Seville to the fullest in Plaza de España.

Budapest, Hungary

With its beauties waiting to be discovered, the merger of two cities, Buda and Pest, founded on the two banks of the Danube, presents Budapest, one of the few capitals of Europe today. The more events a city has witnessed in its history, the more things it has to display in the museum. Budapest is just such a city. The Ottoman occupation, the German occupation, the Soviet occupation, and the city, which is already the capital of one of the most powerful empires in history, are living witnesses to the history of world wars. The Hungarian National Museum, which is the most important and most comprehensive museum in Budapest, is one of those that manage to impress people with its magnificent architecture. Resembling a cathedral with its giant dome, the Hungarian Parliament Building is also the second-largest parliament building in Europe. It is possible to visit this impressive structure, which was completed at the beginning of the 20th century, with a guide. The best thing to do to tour the city is to split it in two as at its roots. Walking around Buda first and then Pest will protect you from both transportation difficulties and loss of time.