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Three European Cities Good To Visit At Any Time Of The Year

Europe never stops to impress their visitors from all over the world, no matter the weather nor the season. There is always something interesting and good to see in every single country of it, but those three cities seem to never get out of fashion. Therefore grab your luggage, plane your next trip according to your free time and enjoy all the beauties that those cities offer at any time of the year.

1. Istanbul, Turkey

The majority of the population in the world still confuse Istanbul with the capital of Turkey which is Ankara. With a population of about 14.7 million people Istanbul turned out to be the most important city in Turkey. This city hosts about 5 million visitors daily. The interesting fact is that Istanbul is the only transcontinental city in the world, one part belonging to Europe and the other one belonging to Asia where the third of its population lives. The historical and commercial center lies in Europe. Bosphorus is the so called canal that connects the both sides. It is highly recommendable place to visit at any time of the year as there is always something interesting that this city offers to its visitors. If the history, the architecture, the culture or even the gastronomy calls your attention, Istanbul is always the right place for you.

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2. Prague, Czech Republic

The capital of Czech Republic is a warm place for the winter travelers and a perfect getaway spot for the ones that enjoy the sun, even the rain. Their local food and drinks help everyone to cope up with the weather and feel cozy when there. One thing one cannot miss is to try their traditional beer and trdlo which is their typical dessert. The architecture of the city and the streets will make you never want to stop exploring the city while the culture and the history is what will keep you interested in it.

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3. Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon is Portugal’s biggest city, the capital of the country and one of the most important cities of the Atlantic coast, especially when the trading is in question. With a population of about just 2.7 million people, it is the eleventh most populous urban area in the European Union. It is an old, colorful city and a historical center, one of the oldest cities in the world and the oldest in Western Europe. With its Mediterranean climate it is the city that enjoys the warmest winters in comparison with the other European metropolis.

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