If you are a traveler, you’ll surely find something great to see in Europe. Of course it more convenient and enjoyable to have a low cost and budget-friendly trip. In this article, you will learn about a wide variety of places with tasty cuisine, stunning architecture, and beautiful nature. Europe is one of the continents which is rich in culture, traditions, and beliefs. The fact that people living in this region have different languages and several ways of living.
So here are the countries that you may visit and spend a little amount of your money:
1. Portugal- located in Southern European country which influences many cultures.
Coimbra is a charming city which locates in Mondego River in Central Portugal. One of the best things to do in this place is to get lost and discover many historic attractions because one of the active cultures were centered around one of Europe’s oldest universities. So the main highlight in this city is having a superb kind of lifestyle and history.
The archipelago of azures has nine volcanic Islands in the Atlantic ocean. It is famous for its world-class whale watching, hot mineral springs, and quaint seaside towns, and each island has its own fascinating identity. The view is very picturesque and nothing more you can say about the beautiful island.
Great and improbable type of architectures is waiting for you when you hit Porto which is famous for the world’s production of wine. At the heart of Porto is the charming pedestrian zone, the Ribeira, an atmospheric place on the river, buzzing in live music, cafes, restaurants, and street vendors. This place is very known for its wine cellars.
2. Slovakia – found in Central Europe, borders the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Austria, and Ukraine. It is a vibrant mix of leisurely cafe culture and winding streets, and picture-perfect towns with rugged castles, medieval churches, and sprawling verdant forests.
It is the largest and capital city of Slovakia which is prosperous in parks, open spaces, and lakes. It is also known for its complex music scene, from underground clubs that feature up and coming experimental artists, to its annual Bratislava Music Festival and a Jazz Festival.
B. Lubovna Castle
It was established in the 13-14 century, and the castle’s famous prisoner was was Moric Benovsky, the King of Madagascar. It was bright and towering which looks like in standard fantasy movie.
C. Thermal Aquapark Oravice
There are perfect indoor and outdoor swimming pools you can enjoy in this park. It is better to visit here during weekdays late afternoon because there is a less number of people.