Holiday! Holiday! Holiday! I am convinced that I am not the only one who always thinks of escaping and leaving at least for a weekend in a corner of Europe. Especially since lately, due to the pandemic, we have been kept more in houses or at most close to the city where we live. Precisely for this reason, I thought of proposing 5 romantic cities in Europe, 5 places that you can visit at very affordable prices and which are very pleasant in terms of tourist attractions and landscapes.

1. Lisbon, Portugal 

Lisbon is a colorful and lively city, with friendly people, but also good food and why not, low prices. To visit the tourist objectives, emblematic for Lisbon, we recommend you to take a walk in the city center and to enjoy the city.

Attractions to visit:

  • Rossio Square, Commerce Square, Lisbon Cathedral, and Campo Pequeno Shopping Center.
  • The Bairro Alto district and the old town of Alfama – you can walk on the colorful streets up and down where the famous vintage tram runs.
  • Belem Tower – is one of the most famous monuments in Portugal.
  • Jeronimos Monastery – is an impressive Gothic-style monastery near the Belem Tower.

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2. Athens, Greece

Athens is a city of antiquity, with one of the oldest civilizations in the world with prices for any pocket, good food, and many places to see.

What to visit?

  • Neighborhood and Monastiraki Square – is practically a center full of shops, cafes, restaurants, tourists and locals and where you can find everything from souvenirs to very expensive things.
  • The Museum and the Acropolis: The Pantheon, the Temple of the Goddess Athena, and the Temple of Poseidon – All these sights are next to each other and can be seen on the same day.
  • Panathenaic Stadium – is the only stadium in the world built entirely of marble. Discovered in 1869, it has been used several times to host the Olympic Games in 1896 and 2004.
  • The National Museum of Archeology – hosts many works of art from Ancient Greece and is one of the most important museums with such a heritage, and where you will surely have something to admire.
  • The National Garden of Athens – is practically a green oasis, spread over a huge area with exotic vegetation.

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3. Valletta, Malta

Valletta is built on a peninsula, and the streets and squares of Valletta have unique architecture, with churches, museums, and palaces that attract visitors from all over the world.

 Attractions to visit:

  • St. John’s Cathedral – with a baroque design and opulent decorations, has 8 beautiful chapels inside, each made in a different artistic style.
  • Grand Master’s Palace – the most magnificent building in Valletta. Part of the palace is used today as the House of Parliament and the office of the President of Malta.
  • The Great Harbor – allows the entry of large merchant ships, seagoing ships, and cruise ships. It is perhaps the most famous place in Malta, because in 1565, here took place the great event in the history of Malta when the Great Leader Jean de Valette, led the knights who heroically defeated the Ottoman Turkish invaders.
  • Manoel Theater – is one of the oldest theaters in Europe. 5. St. Paul’s Shipwreck Church – is one of the oldest in Malta, dating back to the 1570s. With an impressive dome, this church is dedicated to the father of Christianity in Malta, the Apostle St. Paul, who arrived on the island due to a shipwreck in 60 A.D.

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4. Larnaca, Cyprus.

Larnaca is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, with a perfect climate at almost any time of year and extremely rich history.


  • The Castle of the City – built to protect the city in the seventeenth century, is an impressive place for holiday pictures and where you can find a lot of historical information.
  • The Church of St. Lazarus – is a small and beautiful church, which was built above the catacombs where St. Lazarus was buried.
  • Salt Lake – is a beautiful place especially in winter when you can see on the lake several exotic birds, such as flamingos or swans.
  • Finikoudes Beach – is one of the beautiful beaches of Larnaca, where you can relax in the sun.

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5. Venice, Italy

Venice, perhaps one of the most romantic places in the world, Venice is located in northern Italy and includes 117 small islands connected by water channels where gondola rides are made, famous all over the world.

What to visit?

  • St. Mark’s Basilica – is the largest church in the city and perhaps one of the most impressive in all of Italy.
  • Rialto Bridge – is the oldest and most famous bridge in Venice, being perfect for seeing the architecture of the city, but also for shopping and relaxation.
  • Palazzo Ducale – was the residence of the Doges of Venice and is built in Gothic style and in 1923 it was opened as a museum.
  • Bridge of Sighs – is a bridge designed by Antoni Contino that crosses the Rio di Palazzo and connects the new prison to the interrogation rooms in the Doge’s Palace.

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