Located in northwest Austria, Salzburg is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities for its stunning architecture and magical setting. The city stretches along both sides of the River Salzach, which comes from the breathtaking Salzburg Alps. Salzburg is also known as the birthplace of the world’s most famous composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He wrote over 600 pieces throughout his life, and you can find some of them in the museum dedicated to his life and work.
Situated in northern Switzerland, Zurich is the country’s largest city. It is known as the economic and cultural hub of Switzerland, where you will find plenty of exciting places to visit. From the many beautiful parks and green spaces to the numerous shopping areas and nightspots, this city has a lot to offer. Zurich has a high standard of living and is one of the most liberal cities in the world. Because of that many intellectuals lived and thrived here like Albert Einstein, Johanna Spyri, Vladimir Lenin, Thomas Mann and Gottfried Keller. Zurich has many attractions, but on this list, we will cover the ones you shouldn’t miss.
Situated on the tip of the beautiful Lake Geneva and near the picturesque Alps, Geneva will amaze you with its perfect cobblestone streets and stunning architecture. Geneva is a lovely city known for its diversity as well as its long history of tolerance. The city of peace also features unique landmarks, high-class restaurants and many green parks that offer breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains as well as Lake Geneva.
Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is Germany’s third-biggest city by population and one of the most charming cities this country has to offer. This city is known for its lively colourful markets, outstanding museums, remarkable churches, impressive castles and palaces. There are over 80 art museums in Munich filled with world-class art pieces, ancient sculptures and contemporary designs. Munich is also host to many seasonal festivals like the world-famous Oktoberfest, Starkbierfest and Kocherlball.