It’s no secret that Europe is filled with brilliant cities that make for amazing holiday destinations. Places such as London, Paris or Rome are always filled with tourists and are renowned for various things such as: atmosphere, museums, beaches and so on.
Having the experience of flying to many corners of Europe, we can state for a fact that there are a lot of hidden gems that Europe has to offer. Furthermore, we fly directly to many of these cities, and if not, surely you can get there from the airport in about 1-3 hours by car or train.
With this being said, here are the top 5 most underrated European cities which should be on your travel bucket list.
Valencia is the third largest city in Spain, located right on the Gulf of Valencia and near Palma de Mallorca and Ibiza which makes it an ideal holiday destination. The city’s historic winding streets, incredible architecture and amazing cathedrals can leave tourists wanting to experience more of this Spanish culture. Valencia is also home to an enormous plaza and many famous museums and galleries.
You’ll be awed by the eye-catching City of Arts and Sciences, the Mercado Central with over 100 stalls of the finest local produce and the 15th-century gothic towers Torres de Quart.
Luckily, you can fly Blue Air to Valencia and start your adventure in Spain.
Copenhagen is not only one of the coolest cities in the Nordic part of Europe, but also gets constantly ranked as being the happiest city in the world. With its cobbled, bike-friendly streets with enticing colorful sherbet-hued town houses, craft studios and candlelit cafes, Copenhagen is one of those cities you only read in storybooks.
While most tourists tend to stick to southern and western Europe, Copenhagen is a destination not to be missed. With historic roots going back to its early days as a Viking fishing village, the sights and architecture are, as mentioned before, a unique treasure to behold. Surprisingly, there are also many beaches surrounding the city that are a little-known secret to add to any great summer vacation. Who would have guessed?
What are you waiting for? Fly Blue Air to Copenhagen and begin your urban exploration!
Located almost in the center of Romania and surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains, Brasov provides a mix of wonderful mountain scenery and medieval history with German influences in the old town.
Brasov is the gateway to nearby Dracula’s castle and Europe’s “most beautiful castle”: Peles Castle, which mesmerizes tourists each time! The city is charming itself, with gothic spires, medieval gateways, Soviet blocks and a huge Hollywood-style sign: Brasov’s skyline is instantly compelling. Also, here you will find the narrowest street in all of Europe, Strada Sforii (Rope Street) which is a very popular tourist attraction.
So, spread those wings by flying Blue Air to Bucharest, Romania – 2 hours away from the heart of Transylvania.
The city of Bordeaux is one of the most exciting and vibrant places in all of France! With pedestrianized boulevards, restored neoclassical architecture and high-tech public transport, Bordeaux is a must have on your European bucket list.
Bordeaux is all about its grand landscapes and sights. With charming places, such as La Cite Du Vin, Miroir D’eau (reflecting pool situated in the landmark Place de la Bourse) and many museums, this city will make any tourist turn their heads over and over again! Add to the list the 19th-century stone bridge Pont de Pierre or the impressive medieval Basilica of St Michael and you’ve got an elegant looking city that’s just waiting for your visit.
Travel here by flying Blue Air to Bordeaux and get that cultural vacation going!
Renowned for its culture, style and friendliness of its people, Glasgow is a city that should be visited at least once! Discover a blend of internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, stunning architecture and vibrant nightlife which leave tourists breathless and wanting more sightseeing.
Dynamic and energetic, Glasgow enjoys a year-round buzz with an arts scene that regularly produces cutting-edge productions and attracts high-profile exhibitions that led to the city being crowned European City of Culture in 1990.
The soberly handsome Victorian buildings, packed with stylish bars, top-notch restaurants and one of Britain’s best live-music scenes, are just a few of the things that should bring you to Glasgow.
Good thing we fly there!
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