Best 5 European cities to travel for 2016

1. Paris

Paris is one of most beautiful cities in the world and a vibrant densely packed collection of villages. Behind the palaces and boulevards, you can discover courtyards and gardens; behind historic façades are craft workshops and eminent research institutions. Perhaps the clue to Paris’s attractiveness is that despite being one of the world's most visited cities it's also intensely lived-in. With its flats, playgrounds, food markets and cafés, there is no empty heart within the centre; and you, too, can play at being a Parisian.


2. London

People come from all over the world to go to work or live in London. Infrastructure such as Crossrail, King’s Cross-St Pancras and the Embassy Quarter and Battersea power plant south of the river, are transforming the skyline. The range of bars, theatres, sports, performance art and large-scale events is astounding. Right here, right now, London is somewhere you have to be.


3. Berlin

Summer is the best time that the city’s residents take full advantage of the decent weather to hit the streets, rivers and lakes and partake across the city . Since the fall of its world-renowned Wall, Berlin has busied itself with becoming one of the most stimulating inventive and cultural centres in Europe. These days it is a city of many faces, known equally as a indulgent hub, a magnet for history buffs and, increasingly, as a destination for families thanks to a wealth of green areas that has the sprawling Tiergarten, the Sunday flea market at Mauerpark and the Volkspark Friedrichshain.


4. Rome

Rome's Mediterranean climate is a persuasive draw for guests from the cool north, but the main draw can always be the beating energy of an area that lives life as a type of theatre. There are nice neighborhood trattorias, and quirky outlets. The challenge is deciding what not to do - there are numerous churches, archaeological sites, and paintings to see that a lifetime is hardly enough.


5. Barcelona

Barcelona is a patchwork of fine arts styles displays dark, Gothic façades next to the buildings of the Modernistas and the constructions of Jean Nouvel or Herzog, and a day spent admiring them is screw-topped off on one of the city’s seven beaches before dinner at any range of Michelin-starred temples, family-run tapas bars. Barcelona has a relaxed place, months of endless sunshine, unbeatable food – with the cultural and design clout of almost any city in the cold north.


All images courtesy of telegraph.co.uk

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