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The capitals of Europe are some of the most beautiful cities in the world, and there are a lot of them. Deciding on which ones to visit can be tough. Especially because all of them are so pretty!! To make your decision easier, here’s our pick of the Most Beautiful European Capitals You Probably Overlooked:

1. Vienna, Austria

Belvedere castle, Vienna, Austria

Nicknamed the “City of Dreams”, the capital of Austria has a very high standard of living. Some of the most beautiful architectural works are in Vienna. The old monuments are very well preserved. Explore this wonderful city on foot, on your own. The most popular tourist attractions are Belvedere Castle, Wiener Riesenrad, State Opera, Augarten Palace, St. Petersburg Cathedral. Stephen, Prater Park and Schonbrunn Palace. For lovers of palaces, museums and churches, Vienna is the ideal place.

Vienna, Austria

2. Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is a dream city, with churches, castles, and buildings taken from a magical land. Architecture is the main reason to visit the city.

Prague Castle, the Jewish Quarter, the Astronomical Clock, the Old Town, and Charles Bridge are among the top attractions. Get lost on the streets of Prague, explore the city on foot or by boat and try traditional food and Czech beer. The city is also financially accessible, which makes Prague an extraordinary European destination.

3. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam, Netherlands
The capital of the Netherlands is one of the favorite destinations for nightlife, architecture and unique experiences. Discover the buildings built in Gothic or Renaissance style. Explore the city’s canals, the Royal Palace, St. Nicholas Basilica, Waag or Dam Square. Cannabis cafes are everywhere, and the Red Light District is a fascinating place, especially at night.

4. Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm is one of the most beautiful European capitals, a mixture of welcoming city and modernity, history and culture. Called by many “Venice of the North”, Stockholm is a city located on several islands and peninsulas around Lake Malar. Museums, theaters, art galleries or parks, Stockholm has something for everyone. Stockholm enjoys an impressive number of dishes and drinks that fill the city’s meeting places from award-winning restaurants to chic cafes, hipster bars and modern bars.
Stockholm, Sweden
Trying the local dishes and following the fika religiously (afternoon tea with coffee and cinnamon rolls) are the first things on the list that you simply must do if you go to Stockholm. The restaurants are among the most diverse; you will be able to discover Indian food cooked to the highest standards, prepared from the Middle East or North America as well as local recipes adapted to modern times.

5. Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, or Kobnhavn, as the Danes call it, is home to 1 million people and is the largest city and capital of Denmark. Located on the islands of Zealand and Amager, the city is an industrial center, a hub for trade and transport. However, despite its importance as an industrial city, Copenhagen is far from intimidating – there are no skyscrapers, no smoke-spitting factories, nothing of the frantic bustle you find in many other cities. This is a city of parks, gardens, fountains, old streets, medieval buildings and quiet squares.
But that’s not all. Copenhagen is also an entertainment scene, offering probably the most active nightlife in Scandinavia. It is a charming cosmopolitan city, conveniently located and with extremely warm and welcoming people. This friendly city is big enough to be a metropolis with shopping, culture and fun to the fullest, but also small enough to be intimate, safe and easy to explore.

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