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 Durations : 7 Night / 8 Days
  • 1 Night Milan
  • 2 Night Venice
  • 2 Night Florence
  • 2 Night Rome
Italy, the land of rich culture and heritage, is incomparable! Its timeless beauty goes beyond explanation and its history has a charm which is unmatched. Go visit the Roman ruins, monuments and historical landmarks and drive through the picturesque Tuscan countryside to the vibrant Florence. Move through the endless canals of Venice and take a romantic gondola ride under the stars for that ultimate romantic experience. Italy is a dreamy delight and a Mecca for cultural and art enthusiasts! So just plan a trip and get going!
 Tour Itinerary
Day 1:
India - Milan - Optional Milan City Tour With Last Supper
Upon arrival in Milan, take a transfer to the hotel by private car. Spend the rest of the day in exploring Milan on your own or opt for an optional tour of Milan city with last supper at 1430 hours. Tour includes guided coach and walking tour of the historical city centre of Milan, passing many of Milan's most important monuments. Visit the Duomo and see Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece - The Last Supper. Stay overnight in the hotel.
Meals: Not applicable
Day 2:
Milan - Venice
After enjoying breakfast, you can opt for an optional visit to San Siro stadium at 1030 hours for 3 hours (this tour operates only on Thursdays). Later, you can transfer to Milan station on your own to board train to Venice Mestre. After arriving Venice Mestre, take a transfer to the hotel on your own. Spend the rest of the day in exploring the city on your own. Stay overnight in the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 3:
Venice - Murano, Burano And Torcello Tour
After enjoying breakfast, you will be visiting Murano Burano and Torcello. To enjoy this tour, you need to reach Serenissima boat station. After sailing past the Isle of San Giorgio Maggiore, the Public Gardens, the tip of Sant'Elena and the famous Lido beach resort, the boat arrives in Murano, known throughout the world for its glass manufacturing industry. Here, we stop for around 40 minutes to visit to one of the factories. The second stop is at the picturesque island of Burano, famous not only for its lace but also for the fishermen's houses painted in bright colours. The stop will last for about 30 minutes. Thenafter, enjoy a short cruise to Torcello, the earliest centre of civilization in the estuary. Only the Cathedral with its magnificent mosaics and the church of Santa Fosca remain as testimony of its former glory. The stop will be for about 30 minutes after which you will return to St.Mark's Square. Stay overnight in the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 4:
Venice - Florence - Florence Panoramic Tour
After enjoying breakfast, take a transfer to Venice Mestre station to board train to Florence. After arriving Florence, take a transfer to the hotel on your own. Late afternoon at 1600 hours, you will start your Florence Panoramic Tour. Leaving Piazza Stazione, the coach goes via della Scala up to Santa Maria Novella; crossing the Arno River you will reach Porta San Frediano and Porta Romana. Move on up to Piazzale Michelangelo where we will enjoy a breathtaking overview of the town. The tour continues towards Prati di Belvedere and the beautiful church of San Miniato al Monte. After this, reach Santo Spirito area passing nearby Ponte Vecchio. Crossing the river, you will see Ognissanti church before arriving in the popular via Tornabuoni where famous brand shops are located. The duomo, the Baptistery and the wonderful Giotto's bell tower. Visit the church of San Marco and Santa Annunziata. After this, head back to Piazza della Stazione. Stay overnight in the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 5:
After breakfast,take a transfer to Venice and check-in to your hotel on arrival. Later in the evening, take a gondola ride through the canals of Venice and see the magnificent palaces and churches facing the Grand Canal. If you wish, the gondoliers will play music and sing songs throughout the ride. Enjoy the rest of the evening at leisure. Stay overnight in the hotel in Venice. Mestre.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 5:
Florence - Optional Tour - Excursion To Pisa
After enjoying breakfast, you can opt an optional full-day tour to Lucca and Pisa. This tour will take you to a pleasant walk in Lucca, an enchanting historical centre where you will have the chance to admire the amazing Piazza Anfiteatro, the Torre Giunigi, the San Marino Church and the typical antique dealers street. You can then depart for Pisa, famous for its architectural masterpieces. Upon arrival in Pisa, you can enjoy lunch (not included), after which go on a guided walking tour of Piazza dei Miracoli, with the celebrated Leaning Tower (outside view), the Baptistery (outside view) and other important monuments. This is followed by a visit to the interior of the Cathedral. You will be given some free time at your disposal before finishing the tour with a pleasant walk to Piazza dei Cavalieri.** Tour operates only on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ** Stay overnight in the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 6:
Florence - Rome - Rome Bus And Boat Pass For 1 Day
After enjoying breakfast, take a transfer to Florence station to board train to Rome. After arriving at Rome station, take a transfer to the hotel on your own. With 1-day bus and boat pass, explore Rome at your own pace on an extensive hop-on hop-off itinerary through the heart of Rome. The buses are open-top which allow you to enjoy panoramic views as you travel along your route. During the tour, you can choose the option to discover part of the itinerary by a cruise on the Tiber River. You can start the cruise from Isola Tiberina (embark at Calata degli Anguillara) and proceed up to Ponte Sant'Angelo. Then, you can choose to continue by open bus for the rest of the route. Stay overnight in the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 7:
Rome - Optional Prestige Vatican City Tour
After enjoying breakfast, you can opt for optional tour of Prestige Vatican City Tour. Tour starts with crossing the park of Villa Borghese, then reach the Vatican City, the smallest independent sovereign state in the world. In the Vatican Museum, you will see a fine collection of antiquities, including the Sculpture Museum, the fascinating Tapestry Gallery, the Gallery of Maps and the world famous Sistine Chapel decorated by Michelangelo. The tour will then proceed to the Basilica of St. Peter, where you will see the art treasures of the largest Roman Catholic Church in the world, including Michelangelo's Pieta'. Stay overnight at the hotel. ** St. Peter's Basilica may be closed for the public during religious ceremonies or on Wednesdays in case the Papal Audience takes place in front of the Basilica. Appropriate dress should be worn in places of worship. During high season there might be queues at the entrances of the museums. Tour does not operate on Sundays **
Meals: Breakfast
Day 8:
After enjoying breakfast, check-out of your hotel and proceed to the FCO airport in shuttle service to board the return flight.
Meals: Breakfast
 Package Price
Rs. 95,550/- *
USD 1,966.05/- *
EUR 1,494.20/- *
GBP 1,242.68/- *
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One the largest cities in Italy, Milan is in modern times considered to be one of the homes of fashion in the world. A picturesque tourist destination, Milan is an ancient city that once served as the capital of the mighty Roman Empire. You can still see the ruins of ancient Roman colonies, sprawled across the city. So, when in the city, apart from eating the great food and visiting the thousands of designer boutiques, you must also visit the third largest cathedral in the world, the Milan Cathedral, which is a superb example of Gothic architecture. Other monuments worth visiting include: the Basilica of Saint Lawrence, Castello Sforzesco - a castle originally built in the 14th century and now it houses renowned museums and art galleries of Milan, and the Teatro alla Scala - one of the world's most famous opera houses. The modern Pirelli Tower and Velasca Tower are also worth a visit.

Also pay a visit to Central Railway Station, which is a beautifully designed building, as well as San Siro Stadium, one of the biggest football stadiums of Europe. For shopping, do visit Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, which is known as world's oldest shopping mall, housing elegant shops selling almost everything from clothes to books. The shopping mall also has fine restaurants, bars and cafes, where you can savour local cuisine of Milan. You can also shop at Lombard Metropolis, which is popular for its fashion shops and houses.
Often described as one of the most romantic cities in the world, Venice lives up to that appellation. However, this does not mean that the city is only for lovers. Somewhere between dream and reality, present and past, it is romantic in the imaginative sense, its beauty somehow more, and less than real. It is also one of the most historic cities in Italy, and its varied architecture and rich culture offer plenty to see and explore, even to the most intrepid traveller. A city of canals, it is literally on water, and people own boats instead of cars, and maybe flippers instead of boots! Venice is built on an archipelago of 118 islands formed by about 150 canals in a shallow lagoon. These islands are connected by about 400 bridges. The resulting waterways and walkways are the chief circulatory systems of beautiful Venice, and to facilitate smooth and ordered movement, certain speed limits are enforced on boats. Venice is one of the few European cities to remain largely unchanged with the turn of the century, and for this reason the feeling of displacement with reality never seems to quite fade away. Gothic, Roman, and Venetian architecture impose themselves on you, and the canals' coruscating light reflects magically on the edifices. World renowned for its superior and artfully created glass, Venice's masks are also a highlight, and they can be seen everywhere during the Carnival.

Spring: March to May 8-17 C
Summer: June to August 18-27 C
Autumn: September to November 10-18 C
Winter: December to February 0-8 C

As with every major Italian city, there will be streets filled with all the major brands of high fashion and other luxury products. However, the city of Venice has many unique industries of its own, such as glassmaking, lace-making, and mask-making. Venetian glass, famous across the world, is best made in Murano, an island of Venice. Take a vaporetto (ferry or water bus as it is called) down to the island, and then a conducted tour of one of the factories. It is quite an educational and beautiful experience, seeing the artisans at work upon the sublime material. Souvenirs are of course, available. Lace-making can best be observed at Burano, another island of Venice. The intricate lace that is produced is sheer and priceless, desired across the world. Oil and watercolour paintings of the city can be found all over the place, often freshly produced by the artist, right in front of your eyes.

Must Do:
There is a lot to do and see in Venice, and what follows is a list of experiences that are definitely worth your while. Visit the opulent expanse of the St. Mark's Square (San Marco Square) and feed the pigeons. Take a gondola cruise to the beautifully designed Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), and the Bridge of Sighs, and truly enjoy the waterways the way the city's builders did. One should also visit the Galleria dell'Accademia, where famous works of art like Leonardo Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man are displayed. Sample the fresh sparkling wine, and Venetian cuisine in one of the many cafes, inns and restaurants. Many restaurants serve excellent fish of the Adriatic including the sea bass, mackerel, mullet and soft-shelled crabs. For those who want to pick up a simple snack while they are making their way around the city to see all the sights then cichetti or bar snacks are highly recommended. On the nightlife front, Venice is a relatively quiet town in the early evenings, after which the party starts, centred around the many bars and cafes around the Piazza San Marco.

ISD Code: +39

Currency: (EUR) 1 EUR is approximately 65 Indian Rupees (INR)

Time Zone: GMT+1 hour. IST +4:30 hours. Summer (Daylight Savings): GMT+2 hours.

Voltage: 220V - 240V
Florence (Firenze), the city that was the centre of the Italian Renaissance, is a place of beauty and splendour. Every street is a masterpiece of statues, cobblestones, and imposing edifices, all of which further cement the legendary Florentine love of display. There are rich galleries, even richer churches, impressive domes, corresponding to different periods of history, from early medieval, to neoclassical. It is hard to measure Florence's cultural and historical impact, and even the most conservative estimate concedes it a world-changing status. A visitor can be overwhelmed by this, and needs constantly to be reminded that the reason for such elegant opulence is that Florence was the hub of most activity during the rebirth of art, philosophy, and science in Europe, largely spurred on by the Medici family.

Spring: March to May 9-20 C
Summer: June to August 18-31 C
Autumn: September to November 11-21 C
Winter: December to February 3-11 C

Florence, through its years of experience, has a very well developed sense of style and luxury, always insisting on superior craftsmanship of every aspect. There are innumerable shops, boutiques, and stalls, full to the brim with clothes, shoes, leather goods, ceramics, stationery, wine and decorative goods. Located around the Basilica of San Lorenzo, the San Lorenzo Market is one of the most important, and here you can find an excellent variety of clothing, leather products, and souvenirs. The Mercato Centrale is located in the San Lorenzo Central Market, and it is the best food market in the city. The Mercato Delle Cascine is also a great place to look for antiques, souvenirs, telephone cards, and shoes. There is the large and beautiful Parco Delle Cascine (park) located here. Mercato Delle Pulci is the famous flea market of Florence, where you can find various antiques, furniture, prints, jewellery, books, and coins.

Must Do:
It is nearly impossible for one to get bored in Florence, where delightful spectacles and spectacular delights await your every step. This medieval wonderland contains some of the best of truly stunning architecture and art in the entire world. The list of wonders is long, and what follows are just the most important. Gawk incredulously at the graceful Ponte (bridge) Vecchio, the Duomo's (cathedral) wondrous dome, the splendour of Basilica di San Lorenzo and the unbelievably rich Uffizi gallery. A Medici family institution, the Uffizi Gallery has many masterpieces, including works by Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Leonardo Da Vinci. The Boboli Gardens, with its sculpted paths amidst verdant greens give pleasant succour to the tired sightseer. A visit to the Piazza (Square) Della Signoria is a must, for it is there that Michelangelo's David resides. Churches like the fortified hulk of the Palazzo Vecchio, and ancient Palazzo dei Pazzi are also must visits. Florence's skyline is picturesque and uplifting, evincing the city's elegance against the sunset. On the food front, Florence is much like its Italian counterparts, and offers a wide variety of delectable fare at its trattorias, ristorantes, osterias and pizzerias. The local Tuscan and Enoteca cuisines are delightful, with fresh ingredients cooked in simple ways. The seafood and the Italian sandwiches are also must tries. Florence's nightlife also offers something for everyone, the classic taverns the best choice to experience local flavour, the Chiantis (wine).

ISD Code: +39

Currency: (EUR) 1 EUR is approximately 65 Indian Rupees (INR)

Time Zone: GMT+1 hour. IST -4:30 hours. Summer (Daylight Savings): GMT+2 hours

Voltage: 220V - 240V
As all roads lead to Rome, this city does not need an introduction. Here is one anyway. The Eternal City will always overwhelm with its sheer imperial scale - packed full of temples, residences, basilicas, churches, squares, parks, museums and fountains - Rome is breathtaking. Whether it is the unbelievable opulence of the Vatican, or the simplicity of a trattoria serving humble fare, you will always feel the city's timelessness and millennia of rich history on the very ground you walk upon. The city has many layers that correspond to periods in its history: such as Ancient Rome, Medieval Rome, Christian Rome and Renaissance Rome to name a few. The capital of Italy, the Rome's modern layer is also quite evident, and it is dynamic and efficient, always blending the old with the new.

Spring: March to May 9-19 C
Summer: June to August 18-28 C
Autumn: September to November 13-22 C
Winter: December to February 5-14 C

There is so much to do and see in Rome, that you would think shopping couldn't interrupt your epic journey through the city. That fortunately is not true, and the sheer variety and richness of commodities and products available quickly makes even the most ardent non-shopper reach for their wallet. With all the designer clothing, jewellery, books, souvenirs, fragrances, and antiques available, you will definitely find something that will appeal to you. Visit the areas of Centro Storico and Trastevere for souvenirs and antiques both. You can also shop at Bulgari, an extravagant world of gems, jewels, and leather goods, the prices varying from affordable to incredibly expensive. The world famous Italian leather can be found at Campanile, everything from shoes, bags, belts to jackets are among the many items available here. Also visit Cesare Lampronti for an extensive selection of 16th, 17th, and 18th century oil paintings, with framed or unframed prints available. Visit Nicola di Castro for antiques and discover a variety of chairs, tables, ceramics and chests to add character to your home.

Must Do:
When in Rome, do as the Romans do, and let the city take over. You'll quickly find that there is not much you can't do in Rome. Other than visiting the gazillions of mind-numbingly old monuments, there is the opera, the amazing food, and wine that flows as if through aqueducts. If you're there for a short visit it's a good idea to be choosy with the monuments, as the sheer number can be exhausting. Try to definitely visit the famous Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, St. Peter's Basilica, Ponte Fabricio, the Galleria Borghese, the Sistine Chapel, and the Vatican Museums. Historic centres like Trastevere and Testaccio are hubs of activity, and also where the nightlife and bars are. Do as the Romans do, in short, visit the opera, play some soccer, or just go dancing. On a gastronomic note, the food in Italy is offered in 4 types of shops. A trattoria is a family-run concern that serves home-cooking. A ristorante is more formal, with a wider selection of dishes. The osteria is an inn, usually with only a few local dishes and endless wine. Pizzerias can serve antipasto, pasta, meat and vegetable dishes as well as pizza.

ISD Code: +39

Currency: (EUR) 1 EUR is approximately 63 Indian Rupees (INR)

Time Zone: GMT+1 hour. IST -4:30 hours. Summer (Daylight Savings): GMT+2 hours

Voltage: 220V - 240V
 Package Inclusion
  • Return economy class airfare
  • Current applicable taxes
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Milan
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Venice
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Florence
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Rome
  • Daily breakfast
  • Murano, Burano and Torcello tour on seat-in-coach basis
  • Florence Panoramic Tour on seat-in-coach basis
  • Rome bus and boat pass valid for 1 day
  • Second class Itlay train pass (usage of 3 days) valid for 1 month
  • Milan Airport to hotel transfers on private basis
  • Rome hotel to airport transfers on seat-in-coach basis
  • Travel Insurance and Visa Included
  • Travel Insurance, Tips, Porterage
  • Applicable peak season surcharge
  • Expenses of Personal Nature
  • Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.

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EURESIA means EUROPE is the world’s seven continents known for ever. Comprising the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia, Europe is generally 'divided' from Asia to its east by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas. Europe is bordered by the Arctic Ocean and other bodies of water to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and the Black Sea and connected waterways to the southeast. Europe is the world's second-smallest continent by surface area, covering about 10,180,000 square kilometers (3,930,000 sq mi) or 2% of the Earth's surface and about 6.8% of its land area. Of Europe's approximately 50 states, Russia is the largest by both area and population (although the country has territory in both Europe and Asia), while the Vatican City is the smallest. Europe is the third-most populous continent after Asia and Africa, with a population of 733 million or about 11% of the world's population. Europe is the birthplace of Western culture.

Sometimes, the word 'Europe' is used in a geopolitical limiting way to refer only to the European Union or, even more exclusively, a culturally defined core. On the other hand, the Council of Europe has 47 member countries, and only 27 member states are in the EU. In addition, people living in insular areas such as Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the North Atlantic and Mediterranean islands and also in Scandinavia may routinely refer to "continental" or "mainland" Europe simply as Europe or "the Continent".

Religion in Europe has been a major influence on European art, culture, philosophy and law. The largest religion in Europe is Christianity as practiced by Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Protestant Churches. Following these is Islam concentrated mainly in the south east (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, Kazakhstan, North Cyprus, Turkey and Azerbaijan), and Tibetan Buddhism, found in Kalmykia. Other religions including Judaism and Hinduism are minority religions. Europe is a relatively secular continent and has an increasing number and proportion of irreligious, agnostic and atheistic people, actually the largest in the Western world, with a particularly high number of self-described non-religious people in the Czech Republic, Estonia, Sweden, Germany (East), and France.
For Europeans, religion just isn't as important as it once was. Even for those who do consider themselves religious, they often aren't Christian. And, for those who are still Christian, they often disagree with many traditional and orthodox doctrines. This has lead to all sorts of internal and international problems because no other region has experienced this level of secularization.

The secularization of Europe, according to some political analysts, is one of the forces pushing it apart from the United States, where religion plays a potent role in politics and society, shaping many Americans' views of the world.

The culture of Europe can be described as a series of overlapping cultures; cultural mixes exist across the continent. There are cultural innovations and movements, sometimes at odds with each other. Thus the question of "common culture" or "common values" is complex.
The foundation of European culture was laid by the Greeks, strengthened by the Romans, stabilized by Christianity, reformed by the 15th-century Renaissance and Reformation, modernized by the 18th century Age of Enlightenment and globalised by successive European empires between the 16th and 20th centuries.
The culture of Europe might better be described as a series of overlapping cultures. Whether it is a question of North as opposed to South; West as opposed to East; Orthodoxism as opposed to Protestantism as opposed to Catholicism; many have claimed to identify cultural fault lines across the continent. There are many cultural innovations and movements, often at odds with each other, such as Christian proselytism or Humanism. Thus the question of "common culture" or "common values" is far more complex than it seems to be.
The foundation of European culture was laid by the Greeks, strengthened by the Romans, stabilized by Christianity, reformed and modernized by the fifteenth-century Renaissance and Reformation and globalize by successive European empires between the sixteenth and twentieth centuries. Thus the European Culture developed into a very complex phenomenon of wider range of philosophy, Christian and secular humanism, rational way of life and logical thinking developed through a long age of change and formation with the experiments of enlightenment, naturalism, romanticism, science, democracy, and socialism. Because of its global connection, the European culture grew with an all-inclusive urge to adopt, adapt and ultimately influence other trends of culture. As a matter of fact, therefore, from the middle of the nineteenth century with the expansion of European education and the spread of Christianity, European culture and way of life, to a great extent, turned to be "global culture,"

The climate is milder in comparison to other areas of the same latitude around the globe due to the influence of the Gulf Stream. The Gulf Stream is nicknamed "Europe's central heating", because it makes Europe's climate warmer and wetter than it would otherwise be. The Gulf Stream not only carries warm water to Europe's coast but also warms up the prevailing westerly winds that blow across the continent from the Atlantic Ocean.
Therefore the average temperature throughout the year of Naples is 16 °C (60.8 °F), while it is only 12 °C (53.6 °F) in New York City, which is almost on the same latitude. Berlin, Germany; Calgary, Canada; and Irkutsk, in the Asian part of Russia, lie on around the same latitude; January temperatures in Berlin average around 8 °C (15 °F) higher than those in Calgary, and they are almost 22 °C (40 °F) higher than average temperatures in Irkutsk.
The climate of Europe is of a temperate, continental nature, with a maritime climate prevailing on the western coasts and a mediterranean climate in the south. The climate is strongly conditioned by the Gulf Stream, which warms the western region to levels unattainable at similar latitudes on other continents. Western Europe is oceanic, while Eastern Europe is continental and dry. Four seasons occur in Western Europe, while southern Europe experiences a wet season and a dry season. Southern Europe is hot and dry during the summer months. The heaviest precipitation occurs downwind of water bodies due to the prevailing westerlies, with higher amounts also seen in the Alps. Tornadoes occur within Europe, but tend to be weak. The Netherlands and United Kingdom experience a disproportionately high number of tornadic events.

European languages mostly fall within three Indo-European language groups: the Romance languages, derived from the Latin of the Roman Empire; the Germanic languages, whose ancestor language came from southern Scandinavia; and the Slavic languages
Romance languages are spoken primarily in southwestern Europe as well as in Romania and Moldova, in Central or Eastern Europe. Germanic languages are spoken in northwestern Europe and some parts of Central Europe. Slavic languages are spoken in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe.
In the European Union, language policy is the responsibility of member states and EU does not have a common language policy; European Union institutions play a supporting role in this field, based on the principle of "subsidiary", they promote a European dimension in the member states' language policies. The EU encourages all its citizens to be multilingual; specifically, it encourages them to be able to speak two languages in addition to their mother tongue
Though the EU has very limited influence in this area as the content of educational systems is the responsibility of individual member states, a number of EU funding programmes actively promote language learning and linguistic diversity.
FRENCH is an official language common to the three cities that are political centres of the Union: Brussels (Belgium), Strasbourg (France) and Luxembourg city (Luxembourg), while Catalan, Galician and Russian are the most widely used non-recognized languages in the EU.

European cuisine, or alternatively Western cuisine, is a generalized term collectively referring to the cuisines of Europe and other Western countries. European cuisine or Western cuisine includes that of Europe including (depending on the definition) that of Russia, as well as non-indigenous cuisines of North America, Australasian, Oceania, and Latin America, which derive substantial influence from European settlers in those regions. The term is used by East Asians to contrast with Asian styles of cooking. (This is analogous to Westerners referring collectively to the cuisines of East Asian countries as Asian cuisine.) When used by Westerners, the term may sometimes refer more specifically to cuisine in Europe or continental; in this context, a synonym is Continental cuisine, especially in British English. The cuisines of Western countries are diverse by themselves, although there are a common characteristic that distinguishes Western cooking from cuisines of Asian countries and others. Compared with traditional cooking of Asian countries, for example, meat is more prominent and substantial in serving-size. Steak in particular is a common dish across the West. Similarly to some Asian cuisines, Western cuisines also put substantial emphasis on sauces as condiments, seasonings, or accompaniments (in part due to the difficulty of seasonings penetrating the often larger pieces of meat used in Western cooking). Many dairy products are utilized in the cooking process, except in nouvelle cuisine. Wheat-flour bread has long been the most common sources of starch in this cuisine, along with pasta, dumplings and pastries, although the potato has become a major starch plant in the diet of Europeans and their diaspora since the European colonisation of the Americas. Maize is much less common in most European diets than it is in the Americas; however corn meal, or polenta, is a major part of the cuisine of Italy and the Balkans.

From the rolling greens of Scotland to the beautiful ancient ruins of Greece, there are a variety of interesting places to visit in Europe. Take a trip to Europe and your most difficult decision is going to be which places to visit during your vacation. Some of the major cities on this diverse continent include London, Paris, Venice, Rome, Madrid, and Frankfurt.
Since there are so many interesting places to visit in Europe, you may need a bit of help deciding where to go. The following are 10 of the best places to visit for a great time.
Top 9 interesting places to visit in EUROPE:

• Eiffel Tower
• Acropolis
• The Roman Coliseums
• Tower Bridge
• Edinburgh Castle
• Buckingham Palace
• Big Ben
• La Sagrada Familia
• Cathedral Notre – Dame

The destinations listed above cover big cities, out of the way islands, and small towns. Each region of the world offers different places of interest and types of recreation. By looking at the things to do in a country or city you can see if that spot offers romance, family fun, site seeing, or adventure. Drill down into the locations below to find out more about each place and see how the local customs create a unique atmosphere.

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