The Top Cities To Visit for an Artistic Tour of Europe

If you’ve been planning to travel around Europe, then you won’t run out of breathtaking sights to see. But with a total of 27 countries to choose from, it can be overwhelming for beginner travelers to choose a place to stay.

But using sites like Traveloka, which provides a hassle-free way of booking a flight or a hotel, lessens the burden attributed to planning your trip. To make the most out of your trip, make sure that you don’t forget to stop by these five cities and experience what they have to offer:


For those who love to learn, this city boasts more than 170 museums, such as the Old Museum, the Pergamon Museum, and the Bauhaus Archives.

If you’re going to drop by the Berlin Wall Documentation Center, make sure to walk along the actual Berlin Wall, too. Other sights to see include the Brandenburg Gate, the Olympiastadion, and the Jewish Museum.


To satisfy your craving for modern art, hop on down to the Tate Modern. If you’re in the mood for something more traditional, then swing by the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery for some classic paintings, one of which is “Madonna & Child” by Da Vinci. To admire some fine architecture, head on over to the Tower of London and Saint Paul’s Cathedral.

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Many travelers make it a point to visit the central capital of Spain, and it’s all thanks to this city’s rich cultural history.

For classical art, make sure to go to Madrid’s Art Triangle, which is comprised of the Reina Sofía, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, and the Museo del Prado. Some architectural wonders you’ll want to see are the Catedral de la Almudena, Plaza Mayor, the Puerta de Alcalá, and the Royal Palace.


It’s no wonder why so many lovebirds flock to this gorgeous city: visiting the ever-iconic Eiffel Tower is a must. You can also tour the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Versailles Palace.

To peruse some of the best art the continent has to offer, swing by the Louvre Museum, which proudly displays classics such as the “Mona Lisa” by Da Vinci.


Rome is home to the greatest advancements mankind has ever achieved, and many of this city’s monuments—where these all happened—still stand today.

Some must-see places to mark on your map include the Colosseum, the Pantheon, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the Roman Forum. You can also drop by the Galleria Borghese for a dose of Baroque art.


With this list of the best cities, you’re sure to get a great dose of arts and culture at each stop. But with so many places to visit, it can be easy to get swept up by the hustle and bustle of going from one place to another. No matter what happens, don’t forget to enjoy the moment.

Try not to rush so that you can completely take in the sights and sounds of Europe. And while snapping the perfect photograph is an accomplishment in and of itself, spending and creating memorable moments with people you care about is even better. Have a safe trip!

What’s your favourite artistic spot in Europe? 

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  • I’ve been to London and Rome and loved them both. But wonder why you left Budapest and Vienna out ? Both are amazing and offer plenty of museums and galleries to visit. Plus, they are very picturesque .

  • It is so nice to find real inspiration for destinations! I love it! I enjoy to travel a lot, but in the last year somehow never made it a reality. Working for an events promotion company in London where travel and trips is a quite popular category, I am continually getting overwhelmed about which destination to pick! But with this nice guide I definitely know where to start now!