5 unique experiences - EUROPE - 2020

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We are not going to deceive ourselves and it is that, with all this situation that we are living with the coronavirus (better known as covid-19), it is not that we really want to look at trips, look for new destinations to know and not to mention, book accommodations and / or excursion in that destination that we like so much.

In any case, it is advisable to be cautious and bear in mind that when all this happens, the number of people who will want to go on vacation to the same destinations will multiply by 10, so it is still better to be cautious and go looking and reserving in advance and accommodation and excursions that we want to do, that sooner or later we will regain the freedom to travel that we have always enjoyed.

Interestingly, we have recently met the company hello tickets, of a national nature, specialize precisely in excursions in Spanish in a high percentage of the destinations that surely more than one of you are thinking of visiting. Since we also like to travel, we are going to recommend a few of those that we have already enjoyed on some of our trips.

Rome: tickets to the Vatican and the Colosseum

Pass through Rome and not visiting such emblematic places as the great Colosseum or the Vatican is like never having gone to this emblematic city. Although it is true that luckily Rome has a large number of places to visit, these are two of those that take the cake.

Be careful not to be attentive to get tickets in advance online, it is easy to find queues of 3 or 4 hours at the Colosseum just to buy tickets, you are warned. The same or much worse happens with the Vatican, such is the number of people who visit it that you have to buy tickets in advance of weeks or even months in times of greatest tourist influx.

You can find this offer and many more in https://www.hellotickets.es/italia/roma/c-124, the hello tickets section dedicated to tickets and excursions in Rome.

Krakow: salt mines and Auschwitz

I firmly believe and I will always affirm it wherever I go that there should not be anyone of legal age who should not miss the history of the Auschwitz concentration camp, sad fate yes, but we cannot as a civilization forget what once It happened there and we don't have to let it happen again. It is an excursion that allows in two hours to learn about the events that occurred in the two main concentration camps during the Second World War.

Very close to Krakow, It does not come even half an hour, you are going to find the scene of the impressive salt mines, it is another 2-hour excursion where you can reach the 300 meter depth and where you can enjoy the largest and best preserved salt mines in the world. Inside, you will end up seeing a large number of sculptures carved in salt and even an impressive chapel totally sculpted in salt, we assure you that it is 100% worth it. Note: the return to the surface is done by elevator.

Munich: Neuschwanstein Castle

In the south of Germany, near the well-known city of Munich, are the Alps. The mountainous region is also home to several fascinating towns and, above all, to the Bavarian castles, and of course, the spectacular Neuschwanstein castle.

Neuschwanstein is not an ordinary castle, its purpose is not to be a palace to show itself to the court or protection and preparation for war or a site, its objective was to serve as the setting for Wagner's works and honor them in that way.

As data for the most curious, such is the beauty of this place and the landscapes that surround it, that it was the main source of inspiration for Walt Disney himself for the creation of the castle of Sleeping Beauty.

London: Stonehenge tour

For those of you who have not yet discovered this place, Stonehenge is one of the many stone circles built in Neolithic Britain over a period of over a thousand years.

However, this particular circle of megaliths (large stones) has fascinated specialists for hundreds of years, having been the subject of many myths and superstitions. 

Iceland: the Golden Circle

Iceland's Golden Circle is nothing more than a route that tops virtually every to-do list in the country, and is listed as a sightseeing excursion on almost every travel operator's website.

The Golden Circle includes three equally impressive destinations in southwest Iceland: Þingvellir National Park, Geysir Geothermal Area, and Gullfoss waterfall. These world-famous sites are as spectacular as they are unique, and none of them are more than a two-hour drive from Reykjavik, so they can be visited in one day.