You may be wondering how difficult it’s going to be to travel to anywhere in Europe after the Brexit negotiations are completed and the UK pulls out of the European Union, well the answer to this is that no one really knows. So save yourself the worry and visit these must-see places before that happens.
Casino di Campione, Como, Italy
If you’re a gambling fan then you’ll definitely want to take a trip to one of the most extravagant and amazing casinos anywhere in Europe, the Casino di Campione. At around 590,000 square feet this casino is large enough that you could spend the entire duration of your trip here quite easily.With over 500 slot and table games, numerous bars and restaurants to wine and dine the nights away, and different events going on every week you’ll never get bored.
Just remember that before arriving at this casino, make sure you get some practice in at home by playing online in an internet casino where you can play and win real money so that you’re well prepared for the real thing.
If gambling isn’t your thing then how about taking in some of the world’s most historical tourist attractionsin the capital of Italy, Rome is guaranteed to have something that everyone will love. History buffs will love a chance to walk through some of the places that the ancient Romans once did, places like the Pantheon, Roman Forum and the Colosseum offer you an amazing insight into life thousands of years ago.
After walking through these historical sites then don’t forget that Rome is also home to some amazing things to eat, gelato, wood fired pizza, pasta carbonara, the list is endless so all you need to do is choose what you fancy.
Amsterdam is well known for its nightlife but there’s much more to do in this city than just that, how about taking a bicycle ride along the many canals that snake through this beautiful city, I mean when there’s more bikes than people then you’d be crazy not to see what all the fuss is about.
If shopping is your thing then you’ll definitely want to visit De Negen Straatjes or Nine Little Streets, these streets are packed with boutiques, clothing shops and cafes that will satisfy your shopping needs.
The city of Light had to make this list as it is simply unbeatable for a more cultural break, with museums, galleries and world famous attractions to visit you’ll never have a boring moment. Obviously some of the first things you should see are the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc De Triomphe and the Louvre Museum as these are what Paris is most famous for.
After you’ve ticked these off your list don’t worry as you can take your pick when it comes to what to do next. Such as taking a cruise along the river Seine, stopping off at one of the many bakeries to try a true French pastry or simply just sitting outside a cafe with a coffee watching this beautiful city play out before you.