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have just released their list of the Travellers Choice Award winners of 2013 of the best 25 attractions, sights and landmarks in Europe. The list includes tourist favourites such as the Colosseum in Rome and the Parthenon in Athens but also some surprise entries too, there’s even a mention of Durham in the UK on the list!
Here are the Top 5 European landmarks to visit …
1. Great Cathedral & Mosque - Cordoba, Spain
According to reviews, the photos do not do it justice. This historical and religious building is breathtaking, and a unique and interesting mix of two cultures and religions reflected in the style and design of the building itself.
2. Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood - St. Petersburg, Russia
Totally symbolic of Russia, this famous church boasts beautiful photo opportunities in front of those colourful and decedent domes. The church has a huge and significant history to it and is a must see.
3. St. Peter's Basilica - Vatican City, Italy
You cannot visit Italy without taking a trip to the Vatican. Bustling with people both in the day and night, it’s a great place to get a real feel of Italy in one of the many local bars, cafes and restaurants. Of course you get to see the stunning interior and exterior architecture of the St. Peter’s Basilica and take in the impressive history with it too.
4. Ancient City Walls - Dubrovnik, Croatia
This landmark is the highest rated in Croatia. The city walls mark out a wonderful long walk that offer the best views across the old town and ruins. Soak up the Croatian sun and take a relaxing and unforgettable exploration along the miles of city walls.
5. Main Market Square - Krakow, Poland
Perfect for relaxing and people watching, the Main Market Square is full of great cafes to enjoy the great atmosphere. The square is a massive 10-acres which is the biggest of all the medieval European cities. Within the square sits the 14th
century Gothic Basilica of the Virgin Mary, which is a great attraction to visit too.
Check out the full list here
How many of Europe’s top 25 sights have you been lucky enough to visit? Do you agree with the Traveller’s Choice 2013 winners? What would you add to the list? Should more UK landmarks be included?