Cheap Luxury Holidays Review – Europe
The climate of Europe is of a temperate, continental nature, with a maritime climate prevailing on the western coasts and a Mediterranean climate. In terms of shape, Europe is a collection of connected peninsulas and nearby islands. The two largest peninsulas are “mainland” Europe and Scandinavia to the north, divided from each other by the Baltic Sea. Three smaller peninsulas—Iberia, Italy and the Balkans—emerge from the southern margin of the mainland in the south.
Based on the research and tourists review, here are the populated statistics I would want to share. This help to furnish you with a pellucid idea, so that it makes your selection more conducive. There is no order preference in this review.
Capital: Central heart of Switzerland – Bern
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Places of Interests: Jungfrau, Chapel Bridge, Matterhorn-Zermatt, Lake Gevena, Mount Pilatus, Chateau De Chillon, Rhine Falls, Lake Lucern, Jungfraujoch, Lion Monument, Eiger, Barnese Alps, St.Pierre Cathedral, Monch, Schilthorn, Aletsch Glacier, Titlis, Zoo Basel, Bernina Express, Zytglogge, Lake Thun, Swiss National Museum, Jet d’Eau etc.
My Rating: 9.8 out of 10
By: J J Roselle, illinois, USA | Apr 16, 2014
The best trip I have ever taken was to Switzerland, and the Alps are amazing with life changing views. One trip just won’t be enough.
By: Anisha Shah London, UK | Feb 13, 2014
The dramatic desirable stretch of Dalmatian coastline encompasses some of the most exclusive hotspots in Europe, such as Dubrovnik. Spring is wonderful in the sumptuous ‘Pearl of the Adriatic,’ christened by Lord Byron. Fewer tourists, glorious warmth and quaint pathways are fringed by bold blue sea. Spring is carnival time (1st-4th March) transforming the city into a masked playground where classical musicians serenade dances in the World Heritage streets of Old Town. The most striking scenes are found at Plitvice Lakes National park, where a ribbon of lakes and waterfalls create majestic scenes. For a more cultural affair, capital Zagreb features the best of café culture, art galleries and an addictive ambiance.
By: Christopher Jones Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA | Mar 20, 2013
Switzerland is THE most beautiful country I’ve ever been to. Everywhere you look seems like a scene from a postcard. Every place I went was clean, the people were friendly and it was just an absolute joy to travel there. Swiss trains are the best as they are always clean, on time and have such big windows to enjoy the magnificent countryside. From the alps to the rolling hills, Switzerland is a wonderful place that just needs to be experienced to fully appreciate.
By: Mark Hellemans Antwerpen, Belgium | July 05, 2012
This is a country that is a must to visit. Only reason i did not give it 5 stars is because of the prices. Everything is more expensive then anywhere else. The nature is beautiful and diverse per region. The people are generally friendly and hospitality is very good. Well organized country, good public transport especially the trains. Food is good, with influences from Germany & Italy. A must see as holiday destination.
By: Lele Gao Shanghai, China | July 05, 2012
Definitely a country people have to visit in their life and it will always be on the top of the list!
By: Kelly Kroll Pheonix, Arizona | July 05, 2012
I have traveled to Germany, Austria, Paris, London, Amsterdam and surroundings….yet my trip to Switzerland was the most beautiful and most memorable. You get a taste of Germany, Italy and France all in one. Central Switzerland in the mountains (The Berner Oberland) was the most spectacular thing I have ever seen. I highly recommend hiking! Bern, the capital, is a beautiful city too. I also took a day trip to Milan, Italy since it was so close.
By: Heather Fisher Detroit, Michigan, USA | July 05, 2012
It’s true, Switzerland deserves their bragging rights, the whole country is gorgeous. If you have a short amount of time and want to experience multiple cultures just head to Swiss land as its divided into a French, German and Italian section. Its wild how you will be in the French region and then drive 2 hours and everythings in German. The scenery is uncomparable, rolling hills, vineyards, cows, pristine lakes, gigantic mountains, It’s an outdoor lovers paradise!!!!!!! It’s quite a small country, so its great for road trips! Make sure you indulge in cheese and chocolate. Take advantage of the many festivals year round, they may seem reserved and private, but when its time to party, Swiss festival-ers let loose!
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