highlights many countries, cities, and activities around Europe.
With so much information, it's often hard to sift through and find out
what you want to do. We created this page to highlight our
favorite sights around the continent.
(Venice, Italy) The Grand Canal is Venice's version of Main Street.
The 4 km long canal forms an 'S' curve through the middle of the city,
slicing right along Venice's grandest tourist sights.
FORUM (Rome, Italy) The Forum was the marketplace of
Ancient Rome and also served as the business district and civic
center. Today you will find the remains of these structures in
a jumble of stone columns and walls.
(Rome, Italy) is perhaps the most famous of all of Rome's tourist
attractions. This 2,000 year old stadium is the worlds largest
surviving structure from Ancient Rome.
OLD TOWN HALL
(Prague, Czech Republic) This building is the centerpiece of Old Town
Square. It houses the famed Prague
CHARLES BRIDGE (Prague,
Czech Republic) The Charles Bridge is a landmark
in and of itself. Prague's most famous bridge was built in
1357, but its statues were not added until 1657.
(Obersalzberg, Germany) Adolf Hitler's Eagle's Nest lies
atop a mountain in the southeastern corner of Germany. Visit
this magnificent monument and marvel at the breathtaking views of the
German and Austrian Alps.
(Schwangau, Germany) Venture into the Bavarian Alps and visit the fairy tale landmark upon
which the Walt Disney based his Disney Land Castle: Mad King Ludwig's
(Hohenzollern, Germany) This idyllic castle looks like it was
taken straight out of a fairy tale: with its tall towers and
seven successive gates.