Europe tour


London:

How did I get here?

From Cologne - Germany
By Ryanair

What am I visiting?
- Tate modern
- British Museum
- Tower bridge
- Westminster
- Big Ben
- Globe theatre

Where am I staying?

Generator Hostel
37 Tavistock Place,
London,
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON FEBRUARY 7, 2017
London is a diverse and exciting city with some of the world's best sights, attractions and activities. For all that is changing, London has retained the classic elements that set it apart from every other city in the world. It's a city that makes it very easy to connect, sit down, talk to people and get back in touch with them immediately.

The follow-up with people who live in London is superior to just about anywhere else in the world, it’s also the most culturally diverse city in the world. About one third of London is devoted to parks and open spaces, so there are plenty of places to relax on fine days. Make sure you visit The Royal Parks as well as Hampstead Heath in North London, which offers amazing views over the city.

London's world-class tourist attractions are renowned across the globe. Many of the most famous attractions are free to visit, for example Tate Modern, the National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum. On every street corner, there's different food, different nationalities and different people. From ancient icons like the Tower of London to more recent phenomena like Adele, this sprawling wonder of humanity has a near endless string of attractions.
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Cologne:

How did I get here?

From Copenaghen - DK
By Ryanair

What am I visiting?
- Cathedral
- Ludwig museum
- Koelnmesse
- Hohenzollern bridge
- Koeln Triangle

Where am I staying?

Station Backpacker's Hostel
Marzellenstraße 44-56,
50668 Köln,
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON "February 1, 2017
The variety of event venues and its outstanding surroundings make Cologne an attractive location for all kinds of events. Many large and small events throughout the year, like the world-famous "Kölner Karneval" street carnival and the spectacular "Kölner Lichter" fireworks, invite visitors to join in the celebrations.

Cologne’s Schildergasse is the most-visited shopping street in Germany. Small, exclusive designer boutiques and studios with offbeat clothing and accessoires you' ll find in the "Belgian Quarter" and in the city’s Ehrenfeld district.

Also, Cologne is an art and culture metropolis of international renown: 42 museums, such as the Museum Ludwig, which houses the biggest pop art collection outside the USA, the new cultural Quarter at Neumarkt and 120 galleries with the widest variety of collections from all eras bear witness to Cologne's reputation as a centre for art and culture. Cologne also has an extremely animated theatre scene.
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Copenaghen:

How did I get here?

From Madrid - ES
By Ryanair

What am I visiting?
- Art & Design Museum
- Royal Palace
- Tivoli Park
- National Museum
- Royal Library
- Opera House

Where am I staying?

Generator Hostel
Adelgade 5-7
Copenhagen, 1304
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON JENUARY 26, 2017
Because of the fascinating architecture, many parks, gourmet restaurants and other attractions Copenhagen is a very popular place to be. Copenhagen has been nominated the best city by several organizations for livability, sustainability and other factors.

Copenhagen is not only the coolest kid on the Nordic block, but also gets constantly ranked as the happiest city in the world. Ask a dozen locals why and they would probably all zone in on the hygge which generally means coziness, but encompasses far more. But it is this laidback contentment that helps give the Danish capital the X factor.

The city's good looks are also intrinsically linked to the famed Danish flair for design, with its industrial-chic bar, fashion scenes and culinary revolution. Yet Copenhagen is more than just seasonal cocktails and geometric threads; a bounty of beautiful beaches, wooded parks and elegant lakes also await just minutes away.
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Madrid:

How did I get here?

From Paris - FR
By Ryanair

What am I visiting?
- Plaza Mayor
- Royal Palace
- Prado Museum
- Almudena Cathedral
- Reina Sofia

Where am I staying?

U-Hostel
Calle de Sagasta, 22
28004 - Madrid
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON "JANUARY 21, 2017
Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and the status as an economic, financial, administrative and service centre, with a large cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of exciting history.

Cosmopolitan Madrid combines the very best features of any European city with a fully interactive atmosphere: huge green areas and a continuous flow of architectural structures, business people and students. The nightlife is particularly lively with much taking place in its thousands of traditional bars. Madrid is well worth visiting - and getting lost in - if you're looking to enjoy a unique experience.

In Madrid you will find all kind of interesting things to do and to see, whatever your interests are. The city has a wide offer for tourism, culture, business and for ludic activities with excellent facilities and services.
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Paris:

How did I get here?

From Katowice - Poland
By Wizz Air

What am I visiting?
- Arc de Triomphe
- Louvre
- Notre Dame
- Tour Eiffel
- Pompidou museum

Where am I staying?

Generator hostel
9-11 Place du Colonel Fabien
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON JENUARY 15, 2017
Long considered the paragon of style, Paris is perhaps the most glamorous city in Europe.The city’s reputation as a magnet for writers, artists and dissidents lives on, and it remains at the forefront of Western intellectual, artistic and literary life.

Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognisable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures.
Its grandeur is inspiring and at same time its intimacy is very attractive.

Cafés, bars and restaurants line every street and boulevard, and the city’s compactness makes it possible to experience the individual feel of the different quartiers.
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Katowice:

How did I get here?

From Sofia - Bulgary
By Wizz Air

What am I visiting?
- Silesian Museum
- Cathedral of C. the King
- Goldstein Palace
- Spodek
- NOSPR Music Hall

Where am I staying?

Centrum Sportowe Kamienna
ul.Kamienna 4, Katowice
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON JENUARY 10, 2017
Katow­ice is the cap­i­tal of the Upper Sile­sian region in South­west­ern Poland. Located in the cen­ter of the Upper Sile­sian Coal Basin and rich in nat­ural resources like coal and steel, the city is the indus­trial and admin­is­tra­tive leader of the region. Katow­ice is a rather young city, cel­e­brat­ing 150 years this year.

Taking a walk down its streets, visitors will see evidence of the 19th century industrial buildings which have now been combined together with more modern structures. Katowice is 300km from Warsaw and only 160km from Zakopane. It is very close to the mountain ranges which extend along Poland's southern border.

Its central location and efficient infrastructure has made Katowice a popular venue for conducting business. The Katowice Expo Centre organises trade fairs and exhibitions all year round. For tourists there is an abundance of places of interest to visit and the gastronomic offer is equally as rich with many restaurants offering the excellent traditional cuisine from this region.
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