European Rental Guides: Three Popular European Rental Destinations that You'll Love
If you're looking for a European rental for a romantic or family getaway don't worry about not having enough options. The problem is there are so many options to choose from it's hard to know where to start.
Here are three popular options.
European Rental Guides: Barcelona, Spain
This city is a perfect mix of modern amenities and historical charm.
Must see places include:
Park Guell – This magical site has to be seen to even be understood. You'll walk up a staircase surrounded by mosaic lizards and multicoloured walls. At the top you'll find 100 pillars shaped into palms holding up the roof of what was originally going to be a market place. From the top you have an amazing view of Barcelona and the surrounding sea. The park is now a World Heritage Site.
Sagrada Familia – Approximately 5 million tourists visit this cathedral each year. This amazing temple is still a work in progress. You can visit the Nativity façade, the Passion façade, and watch craftsman who are still currently at work on finishing this temple.
European Rental Guides: Paris, France
If you've never visited the city of lights then now is the time. Must see places:
The Eiffel Tower – If this is your first trip you can't leave Paris without visiting this landmark.
Dinner Cruise – Take a romantic evening cruise down the Seine. Dinner and entertainment is provided.
The Palace of Versailles – Take a tour through this historical marble chateau and view paintings of the many former residents. It was built in 1624 as Louis the XIII's hunting lodge. Through the years is was expanded by King Louis the XV and King Louis the XVI. The largest room is known as the “Hall of Mirrors” and was the site of the signing of the “Treaty of Versailles” at the end of World War I. You can tour the many rooms of the castle as well as the surrounding gardens.
Place de la Contrescarpe – If you're the literary type, you'll probably want to visit this square. Hemingway lived nearby and wrote about the square in his short story, “The Hills of Kilimanjaro”.
Arc-de-triomphe – Start at this arch that Napoleon built to honour his soldiers and then take a walk down the Avenue des Champs-Elysée’s. You'll find a host of coffee shops and small cafés to help you experience the true ambiance of Paris.
European Rental Guides: Rome, Italy
Is there anywhere more beautiful than Italy? The only thing more amazing than the scenery is the food. The good news is, you'll probably do a lot of walking to help offset all the pasta and gelato you'll be eating while you're there.
Must see places:
The Colosseum – This ancient amphitheatre was built in AD80 by Emperor Vespasian. It housed 55,000 spectators.
Piazza Navona – Though this was originally built as a stadium it is now home to cafés and several lavish fountains.
The Pantheon – Built in approximately 118 AD, this building is one of the best preserved pieces of ancient Roman architecture.
When you choose your European rental you'll know that no matter which city you choose, you'll be taking a holiday and you and your family will remember for many years.