Interrailingpackages Trips take our clients across the European continent visiting a host of fantastic cities. Whether you’re an art lover, a sun lover, a history lover or an ANCIENT history lover there truly is something for everyone. We cover everywhere from Paris to Pompeii, Portugal to Poland and everywhere in between. Check out some of our most popular destinations below and see what they have to offer. Travel Easy with Interrailingpackages
Vienna is a city full of surprises. For every breath-taking building you expect to see, there are another two beside it that you don’t. Due to its passionate relationship with classical music grand theatres and ornate opera houses adorn the city centre, but it is also a city bursting with bars and clubs that would feel at home in the hippest of cities. And while it was the seat of the Habsburg Dynasty for so many years, you can live like a king here without upsetting your bank balance.
Situated right in the heart of Austria, Salzburg was an independent state from the rest of the country until 1816. It is synonymous with music as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here. It hosts the annual Salzburg Festival, which showcases many operas and attracts millions every year. Salzburg is also where ‘The Sound of Music’ was filmed.
Nobody likes to harp on about the stereotypes attached to a city when describing it, but it’s hard not to when talking about Munich. The Bavarian capital is birthplace of the beer hall where men and women decked in lederhosen line larger than life beers in front of thirsty tourists to the sound of traditional German ‘oompah’ bands. But there is a lot more to the city than that.
Munich gets increasingly cosmopolitan every year and it has one of the best selections of museums in Germany. This is why it now rivals Berlin as the most popular city in Germany with travellers.
Thanks to its enchanting squares, medieval buildings and cobweb of canals, Bruges is like something out of a fairytale. Unsurprisingly, it is Belgium’s most popular tourist destination.
Dating back to the 1st century, it is one of Europe’s best preserved medieval cities, although many of its buildings have been rebuilt over the years so the architecture isn’t as old you may initially think. But its two main squares, Markt and Burg, are amazingly kept.
Milan is steeped in history but in recent times has become both the economic and fashion capital of Italy. This is reflected on the culture felt in the city as experiencing the atmosphere in Italy’s second city is a more modern experience than any other city in Italy.
Capital of Campania, Naples is like an amalgamation of various Italian cities – it has the attitude of Milan, the sights of Rome, the passion of Venice and the culinary delights of Florence. It is noisy, polluted, overcrowded, and slightly intimidating, but it is equally intriguing and engaging, and boasts one of the spectacular settings in Italy, overlooking the Bay of Naples.
To many the city is a gateway to other destinations south of the city, namely Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, but those travelling to Naples, or Napoli as the Neapolitans call it, should take a day or two to explore it before rushing off to destinations further south.
Florence is the capital of one of Italy’s most beautiful regions, Tuscany. Due to the many squares in the city it is the best place to sit down, have a coffee and people-watch. It also boasts the most important art collections from Italian and Renaissance history thanks to the Uffizi Gallery.
Surrounded by the Tuscan Apennines and located on the River Arno, Florence is a classic Italian city. Thanks to an abundance of bustling squares, it is arguably the best of all Italian cities to people watch.
Made up of three of Europe’s best galleries Madrid is a great place for the Art lover. A sublime and interesting city, Madrid is a great stop for anyone travelling Europe. The place is electric at night with the many tapas bars & nightclubs partying on to the early hours of the morning.
Madrid is also home to one of the most successful football teams in world history and the trophy laden stadium is a must see for any football fan. The Sol district of the city is the main part of the city’s character full of life and shops & bars to meet everyone’s tastes.
Lively and interesting the Catalonian Capital is full of some of the most extraordinary architecture in Europe. It’s a great place to visit full of friendly people and there’s plenty to keep the tourists and visitors occupied. For the nightlife lover Barcelona is a fantastic club spot with bars and clubs buzzing to the early hours of the morning.
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