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Europe - Once In A Life Time Experience with Aeronet

By admin, 08-Feb-2019

Europe

The cosmopolitan cities, historic sites, and stunning natural landscapes of Europe offer plenty to keep all ages entertained. From fun, family-friendly tours to adrenaline-fueled theme parks come and make your visit life time memorable one.Book Europe tour packages at best price.

Most Visited Attraction of Europe with their history & Culture

France - The Eiffel Tower was initially built as a symbol for the Universal Exhibition of 1989, a date that marked a century since the French Revolution. During past few years It became a city symbol. Of the 700 proposals submitted in a design competition, Gustave Eiffel's was unanimously chosen. if things were different back then, then we would not know whether we would be admire those master pieces

Athens - Acropolis actually means "city by the edge", that was the reason they were always situated on a high spot. Acropolis is one of the most famous amongst all in Athens, which is located on a hill, above the valley of llissos at around 156 meters, which covered three hectares area.

London - The palace was built in 1705 for the Duke of Buckingham and was known as Buckingham House. with the accession of Queen Victoria, that Buckingham Palace became the official royal palace of the British monarch in 1837 It is also used for the purpose of the residence and the office of Her Majesty the Queen, this is the few working royal palaces in the world.

France - The museum is a central landmark of the city displaying nearly 35,000 objects from the 6th millennium BC to the 19th century AD. A small part are being displayed at the time on the area of 60,600 square metres (652,300 square feet) of the museum. With an exhibition of 537 paintings, the museum was first opened on the 10th of August 1793. After three years, sue to structural problems, the museum was closed until 1801. The museum's collection continued to grew under Napoleon, Louis XVIII and Charles X, and during the Second French Empire the museum gained 20,000 pieces.

Rome - The Colosseum is the largest amphitheater built in the Roman Empire, situated in the centre of Rome. Construction of Colosseum was started in 70 AD under the emperor Vespasian and it was completed in 80 AD under Titus. It is considered as one of the most impressive works of Roman architecture. The Colosseum was used for gladiator fights and different spectacles. About 500,000 people and over a million wild animals died in the Colosseum games as per the estimated figure. Christian emperor banned gladiatorial battles in 407 CE. The seating capacity of the largest public arena is around 50,000 people. The Emperor and the gladiators having their own private entrances and had other 76 entrances.

Barcelona- Catholic church has been under construction since 1882 and it's still not finished. It has been estimated that it will be completed by 2026. Antoni Gaudí worked 40 years at this project and after his death in 1926 construction slowed dramatically due to a lack of funds and the civil war. Construction pace started to pick up again in the mid 1950s and now two facades and eight towers have been completed. Focus of construction is mainly on the nave and southern façade is also considered as the Glory Facade. This facade will picture life and death. the Sagrada Familia is far from finished as per timeline, the remarkable church is well worth a visit. You can visit the crypt were Gaudí is buried. A museum in itself a story teller of this great architect and the history of the church. You can also visit the towers. A lift and a long walk is the way to reach at the top of a tower from where you can have a splendid view over Barcelona. Those with fear of heights or for people with claustrophobia were not recommended to do same. 2.26 million people visited the partially built church in 2004, making it the most popular attractions in Spain amongst others.

European Food

Pizza, croissants, pasta… Do we need to go on? Yes, Europe is home to some incredible foods. There’s far more to European food than just the classics. They may not be as well-known, but they’re possibly even more delicious than their famous siblings. • Pierogi – Poland • Waffles – Belgium • Cheese Fondue - Switzerland • Currywurst – Germany • Moussaka – Greece

European Dining Culture

Formal European dinners are served in distinct courses. European presentation evolved multiple dishes to the table at once, where dishes are presented sequentially. Usually, cold, hot and savory, and sweet dishes are served strictly separately in this order, initially soup, and main course and as dessert. In ancient Roman cuisine dishes that were served both are sweet and savory, but are today uncommon, with sweet dishes being served only as dessert. A service where the guests are free to take food by themselves is termed a buffet and is usually restricted to parties or holidays. Nevertheless, guests are expected to follow the same pattern.

Things to do in Europe – Once in a Lifetime Experiences

France Disneyland Paris is at the top of most kids’ dream lists, with five themed areas including Adventureland and Pirates of the Caribbean. About 22 miles (35 kilometers) north of Paris, Parc Astérix celebrates the popular stories of Gauls and ancient Romans with roller coasters, a river-rapids ride, and a haunted mansion. Farther south, kids will also love seeing real-life sites from the days of the Roman Empire, such as the Pont du Gard bridge with its many arches and the arenas at Nîmes and Arles.

Italy In Rome, family tours help bring landmarks like the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Vatican to life, and children can even spend a day at Roman Gladiator School, In Family cooking classes you can learn how to cook Pasta & Pizza. Kids can also take a carnival mask–making or glass-blowing class in Venice, stroll the dramatic ruins of Pompeii, or visit the fairy-tale hilltop medieval town of San Gimignano. In summer, northern Italy Gardaland has roller coasters and an aquarium, and the water park Hydromania, plenty of wave pools and slides you will find in outside Rome

Germany Germany captivates children with its Rhineland castles and candle-lit Christmas markets. The Europa-Park near Freiburg is one of the biggest and best theme parks in Europe, while the Romantic Road is full of medieval towns and castles straight out of a Grimm’s fairy tale—don’t miss magnificent Neuschwanstein Castle, the inspiration for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. Also in Bavaria, a trip to the mountaintop Eagle’s Nest is both a fun day out and a chance to educate older kids about WWII.

England London landmarks like the London Eye, the Tower of London, and Big Ben are as exciting for young kids as they are for adults, while the original Madame Tussauds has celebrity residents including One Direction and Justin Bieber. Just outside the capital, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London—The Making of Harry Potter is a must for fans of the famous wizard, while a visit to Windsor Castle can be combined with a trip to the Legoland Windsor theme park.

Greece In Athens, the dramatic ruins of the Acropolis and Parthenon will get kids excited about ancient Greek history, and the whole family can get involved with a Greek cooking class. For sun and sand, head out to the islands, where you’ll find some of Europe’s top beaches and biggest water parks—Waterpark on Rhodes and the Acqua Plus Water Park on Crete are two of the best.

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