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The 21 most popular attractions in Europe

Europe is well-known for its architectural wonders, cultural legacy, and enduring history as well as for its natural beauty. That is the reason it receives more than 670 million international visitors annually. Given the many locations of interest in Europe, choosing the best activities to do there might be very difficult. Every visitor should include on their bucket list these twenty-one most well-liked tourist spots:

1. Eiffel Tower (Paris, France):

Visited by around 7 million visitors to appreciate the construction and perspective of the city from the two observation platforms at the top, this edifice is considered one of the wonders of the world.

2. Louvre Museum (Paris, France)

Thanks to well-known pieces like the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo, this art museum is well-known and visited around 10 million times worldwide.

3. Notre-Dame de Paris

With 13 million visits annually, the ancient Catholic church is among the most visited sites in Paris because of its Gothic architecture and superb carving—the most well-known French cathedral.

4. Disneyland Park (Paris France)

Opening in 1992, this European park often referred to as the "European Magic Kingdom" welcomes the 14.8 million visitors to the fairy-tale realm.

5. Acropolis (Athens, Greece)

With the Acropolis, hilltop complex, the Parthenon, and others drawing around 2.9 million visitors annually, this is maybe one of the most well-known ancient monuments in the world.

6. Venice Canals (Venice, Italy)

Discover the city wandering over the streets and bridges on the Grand Canal, or enjoy the splendor of the gondola ride across the most renowned and charming water City. Hence, data show that around thirty million visitors to the nation annually.

7. Aqueduct (Rome, Italy)

Approach history closely inside this amazing almost 2,000-year-old water transportation system that draws over 7 million visitors to Rome.

8. Leaning Tower of Pisa (Pisa, Italy)

Still drawing more than 1.3 million visitors annually, a Romanesque bell tower built today leans around 4 degrees off the vertical.

9. Neuschwanstein Castle, Schwangau, Germany

Visited by more than 1.5 million visitors yearly, this Romanesque Revival-style palace from the 19th century is among the most sought-after tourist destinations in the nation and served as inspiration for Disney castles.

10. Octoberfest (Munich, Germany)

For Bavarian culture, almost 6 million people attend Munich's autumn biggest beer celebration worldwide.

11. Alhambra (Granada, Spain)

Completed in the 13th century, this old and unique palace and fortification complex for the Moorish leaders of Granada draws over 2.7 million visitors to Granada today.

12. Sagrada Família (Barcelona,Spain)

Built-in 1882 by renowned architect Gaudi, the distinctive cathedral in Gothic and art nouveau style draws around 4.5 million visitors annually.

13. The National Museum (Washington, USA)

With a record of 5.8 million visits yearly, this is the largest and most well-known museum in America. Its collection size is the highest.

14. The London Eye (London, England)

With more than 3.5 million visitors enjoying the vistas of London as they ride on this iconic Ferris wheel along the Thames.

15. Big Ben (London, England)

For visitors who never stop posing for pictures, Westminster Palace's massive clock tower bell is a must-see sight.

16. Buckingham Palace (London, England)

See the Changing of the Guard outside the Queen's official residence; maybe, you will be fortunate to be taken on a tour inside between June-August. It is anticipated that travel to the island draws over 2.8 million visitors annually.

17. Shopping Centers (Istanbul, Turkey)

Istanbul has over 3,000 stores in 61 covered streets and over 30 million annual tourists, including the well-known 15th-century bazaar where the customers pray for their moms.

18. Parthenon (Athens, Greece)

Built atop the Acropolis and honoring Athena, the goddess of wisdom, the temple still marvels with its carved marble and ancient architecture among the about 1.2 million yearly tourists.

19. Anne Frank House (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Experience an actual story of Anne Frank’s life during the Second World War by visiting her family’s hiding place for thirteen months, the secret annex that is visited by 1.3 million people each year.

20. Canal tour boats (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Over 220 kilometers of Amsterdam's canals are traversed by tourist boats, which also span the city via historic structures able to host over three million visitors.

21. Matterhorn (Zermatt, Switzerland)

Although this is not quite a mountain, this is one of the main attractions in Switzerland; its summit, 4,478 meters high, is photographed or visited by around 3 million visitors annually.

From grand museums and historic sites to breathtaking national parks and interesting cultural attractions, Europe is without a doubt a dream location for millions of visitors from all across the world. These famous sites of attraction provide merely a taste of what nearly 500 million annual visitors come to enjoy.