1. Venice, Italy
Venice is Italy’s most popular tourist destination. There are many reasons to come here and see what we have to offer. The city offers a unique opportunity to explore different cultures and traditions, see a distinct way of life in Venice, or visit the beautiful architecture that has made Venice famous all over the world.
Venice has a rich history with the discovery of settlements dating back to around 3000 BCE. This makes Venice one of Italy’s oldest cities. One of Venice’s history most well-known mysteries is how it was founded on this small group of 117 islands. Legend says that residents fled to these islands from wars in Asia Minor and built their own personal palazzi on the waterfronts as they were fleeing from other country’s armies.
There is no doubt that Venice has had a rich and interesting history, I hope you will come to visit our beautiful city!
2. Paris, France
Paris is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations. It attracts between 30 and 40 million international visitors annually, making it, after New York City, the second-most-visited city in the world. The city is a renowned art and architectural hub famed for its 12th century Notre Dame Cathedral, acres of sprawling gardens (including Basilica du Sacré-Cœur), elegant avenues lined with lush cafés and fashion boutiques ̶ not to mention some of the most impressive museums in existence like L’Orangerie where Monet paintings make you feel as though you’re standing right on the shore outside his backdoor).
No question about it – Paris should be your number one destination this year!
3. Oslo, Norway
Oslo, Norway is the best tourist destination in the world. It offers a wealth of activities for everyone to enjoy. There are driving tours, nature hiking and biking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing/jogging and traditional festivals.
Oslo is an excellent city to visit in the summer as there are many outdoor activities available such as fishing in the fjords and rivers, watersports on the sea or enjoying the cool air by going down one of Norway’s many mountain cabins. Another option is to go skydiving over Oslo!
The winters are long and cold but if you’re up for it, there’s good ice-skating at both Holmenkollen Skisenter (with two ski lifts from downtown) and Lillehammer Gjesteheim (2 hrs drive).
During the summer, there are many events such as Norway Cup and Norwegian Championships in Athletics at Bislett Stadium.
4. London, England
London is the world’s most-visited city, with over 18.2 million visitors per year.
It’s a vibrant go-to international destination for culture, events and entertainment with an amazing range of things to do before and after seeing the sights including football (soccer) at Wembley Stadium; tennis at Wimbledon; skiing in the Alps; or for something more substantial, exploring 1000-year old buildings on a free walking tour followed by tea and scones at Fortnum & Mason department store (or just time spent browsing Harrods’ luxury goods on Knightsbridge).