The best way to travel to Europe

An adventure trip to Europe can be an international trip for life and one that will be added to the cam list. I was on a fence when the thought was presented to me, but it did not take long before I changed my mind. Some experienced travelers have promised me that this is the only way to go, especially if you are looking for a wonderful nature, a cultural melting pot, world-renowned sites and the whole world of adventure. There are very little time constraints in the backpack and unparalleled comparison with other travel modes. There is no right or wrong way to enjoy hiking in Europe, but here is a sample of our route that worked for us

1. London

Our first stop was Heathrow Airport because it is connected to public transport, which will safely reach the most famous sights. Our first stop was Buckingham Palace and it was even better than any picture or video that can be broadcast. The royal family is as incredibly outward as it is inside. We missed the iconic changes of the guards, but I heard it was spectacular. Make sure you add it to the "When You're in London" list, like the Tower of London, Paul and the Westminster Abbey. They are also of historical significance and must be seen during your trip around the city.

2. Paris

Believe me. Paris, known as the city of love, is amazing. Take the Eurostar train, London from London to Paris. Just the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčtraveling under a canal in England is incredible. There is so much that you are experiencing here. And what is the only Eiffel tower. My wife and I enjoyed a nice picnic lunch (French cheeses, wine and bread) from outside, but my travel partners paid for a ticket to get a bird's eye view from the top. Either way, to get a photo or two because seeing this iconic tower in a person was, at least, unreal. We could have stayed on the grass forever, but when they came from the top, we were away again to see Notre Dame Cathedral and the Montemartre art district, which features the Sacre Coeur basilica. The architecture itself is amazing. Whether you appreciate art or not, these sights will impress you.

3. Rome

This is really the best place for a backpack. It is full of ancient history and cultural monuments that look just like postcards, just better. I have read about so many places that this eternal city offers and the fact that we have personally experienced it was really charming. It takes a while to get there, but it is worth a train ride. Remember that Rome was not built in a day, so it will give you time and spend some extra time here if the plan allows. One of the obligatory-seeing (actually everyone must be-seeing) is the Colosseum. Take a walk, experience the historic architecture, and go back when the Romans sat watching gladiators fighting in the same arena. Then I recommend to visit Pantheon, the Vatican, to pray and take Michelangelo's masterpiece in the Sistine Chapel. If time permits, go to the Trevi Fountain and throw good luck on some coins. The tradition holds that one coin is for love and the other is a guarantee that you will return to Rome again. I wish I had time to discuss many different restaurants. Our policy was to eat where local people are doing and living with the ancient rule of "When in Rome" they are doing what the Romans say. We had no bad food.

4. Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre translates into five small towns on the west coast of Italy, which look like a colorful boutique of buildings. The villages are Monterosso, Riomaggiore, Vernazza, Corniglia and Manarola and each is an individual miracle. I can not say the Italian word, but it did not matter. My senses could drink in the whole culture and personality offered here. We were amazed by one of the delicious natural reefs in their national park, which comfortably surrounded all five cities. It must be one of Mother Nature's best creations. It is ideal for tourists who do not always like big cities. We boarded a day-trip train that allowed us to go among these picturesque cities as many times as we wanted. You have to buy a passage to walk. Staying overnight is probably a good idea. There is a wide range of overnight stays offering comfortable and affordable nightly rest. Cinque Terre is the place to come back without my backpack and stay a little longer.

5. Berlin

Germany is fascinating and will never make me feel. Sightseeing possibilities and sights are full of history, architectural experiences and even castles. This European country is like no other, and scenery is almost like walking back in time through an eclectic collection of modern buildings. For example, the famous landmark of the Brandenburg Gate, once the land symbol of the division is not considered the opposite, the unification. Dark granite pillars create a maze for hiking and are the perfect place for photos. The most intimate but emotional site we visited was an underground museum that demonstrates the situation of the Jews when the Nazis took control. Talk about the tough time. But Berlin has a much lighter, modern side. There are some sidewalks to explore, really cool local people to meet and delicious food to taste. I ordered vegan cuisine with Vietnamese noodles, which was excellent. Then we went through a closed airport which is now open to the public. There is so much to do and see, but the common denominator of Berlin is that no matter where you go, whether it's a backpack or not, sky is the limit for amazing views, sounds, tastes and experience

enough time to explore everything that Europe does not expect during one visit. However, I recommend planning where you want to go, and leaving enough room for some unexpected stops along the way. Europe is one of the most interesting continents in the world and is especially interesting when traveling with your best friends and toddler.