With a continent’s worth of history and culture, anybody exploring Europe can feel truly spoiled for choice. So how do you decide where to go and what to do? You do a little digging (just kidding, we did it for you). Read on to discover the best things to do in Europe, according to Europeans.
People looking at an artwork
Skip the ticket line at the Rijksmuseum and enter faster thanks to your e-ticket.

20. Veer over to Vermeer

Take advantage of a priority ticket and head into Amsterdam’s most popular shrine to art and home to works by Rembrandt, Hals and — of course — Vermeer, at the Rijksmuseum.

Woman posing at Platform 9 3/4
Depart London for a magical day out on the Warner Bros. Studio tour.

19. Hit the Hogwart’s Express

No owl ever arrived with your Hogwart’s acceptance letter? No problem! Just head over to the Harry Potter Studios on a day trip from London and see the magical world of the “boy who lived” come to life.

People at the Prado Museum
Discover masterpieces of art with a full-day entrance ticket to Madrid’s Prado Museum.

18. See the Pride of Prado

Drop in to Madrid’s Prado Museum to immerse yourself in some of classical art’s greatest pieces, including works by Goya and Velasquez.

Woman in the Paris Catacombs
Skip the line to the Paris Catacombs and discover a darker side to the “City of Lights.”

17. Go below the surface in Paris 

If the classic City of Love experiences are too middle-of-the-road for you, then head underneath that same road and discover the catacombs. Here thousands of former Parisians rest and are a true sight to behold for anyone with a taste for the macabre.

Woman touring the Doge's Palace
Head straight inside the Doge’s Palace in Venice with your priority admission ticket and avoid waiting in line.

16. Indulge in palatial pastimes

Skip the line and head inside the Doge’s Palace for some of the most extra interior designs ever. After you’ve explored the royal rooms, head across the Bridge of Sighs for the perfect photo opp.

Couple walking through Pompeii
Visit Pompeii, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a skip-the-line ticket.

15. Travel back in time

Famous for the remnants left behind from the nearby Vesuvius’ explosion, Pompeii is the perfect place to step into history and walk the (well-preserved) streets of the past.

TV Tower
Offering breathtaking views over the German capital, the TV Tower cuts a striking image against the Berlin skyline.

14. Dine with a view in Berlin

Rising above the Berlin cityscape, the TV tower is an icon of GDR architecture as well as a great spot to visit and enjoy a snack with views.

Canal in Amsterdam
See Amsterdam at its most picturesque on a 1.5-hour canal cruise.

13. Cruise Amsterdam’s canals

Discover Amsterdam from the winding viewpoint of the canals and enjoy the romance of the city under the moonlight.

Széchenyi Spa
Skip the line at Budapest’s world-famous thermal spring spa, Széchenyi Bath.

12. Say szia to spa day

Head to Budapest’s thermal spas and enjoy a full day of splashing around one of Europe’s biggest city pools, with 3 outdoor and 15 indoor to choose from.

Tower Guard at the Tower of London
Learn about over 1,000 years of history at the Tower of London.

11. Don’t lose your head at the Tower of London 

Skip the lines and make your way straight into the inner-city open-air museum that is the Tower of London. With over 1,000 years of history and the Crown Jewels onsite, it’s one of London’s must-dos.

Couple taking a selfie at the Milan Duomo
Enjoy access to all areas of the Milan Duomo with a cathedral and rooftop ticket.

10. Duck into the Duomo

Explore Milan’s incredible cathedral with the assistance of an audio guide. With so much history, it’s a great way to ensure you don’t miss anything important.

Couple on a tour at Versailles
Enjoy an exclusive guided tour of one of the largest palaces in the world.

9. Venture to Versailles

The only thing more intense than the generous use of gold leaf at Versailles is the lines during popular visiting hours. Lose the line and enjoy immediate access to this incredible landmark.

View of London from the London Eye
A trip on the London Eye is a great way to see the city.

8. Keep an eye on London

There aren’t many better photo opp locations than the London Eye, where you can get amazing shots of the city’s landscape with ease. Your Instagram feed will love it almost as much as you do.

Couple at the Sagrada Familia
Visit Barcelona’s majestic Sagrada Familia, designed by the great Modernist visionary Antoni Gaudí.

7. Say buenos dias to Barcelona

The jewel of Barcelona has to be the Sagrada Familia and it’s for good reason. This architectural wonder from Gaudi bridges the gap between old-world values and exciting modernist architecture.  

Disneyland Paris
Enjoy a magical day with your family or friends with a full-day ticket to 1 or 2 parks at Disneyland Paris.

6. Discover Disney en Français

As Europe’s only Disney-themed resort, Disneyland Paris is the perfect destination for fans young and old. With rides, fun park fare and, of course, souvenirs, this is a classic theme park experience.

Edinburgh Castle
Visit Edinburgh Castle to learn about the battles and sieges fought at the castle and about the royals who lived and died within its walls.

5. Capture the castle in Edinburgh

With a history matched only by the incredible views, Edinburgh Castle should be on every visitor to Scotland’s to-do list. 

Park Guell
Visit Park Güell, one of Gaudí’s major works in Barcelona.

4. Take a break at Park Guell 

If you need a break from the hectic Barcelona streets, head over to the stunning landscape that is Park Guell. With art and cultural spaces dotted throughout, this is a great spot to relax and soak up the local atmosphere.

Women at the Colosseum
Skip the ticket lines while visiting Rome’s oldest monuments on a 3-hour guided tour.

3. When in Rome…

Do as the ancient Romans did and make your way into the Colosseum. Here you can skip the line and step directly into the past to discover more about the exciting history of this ancient city.

Tour group in Rome
See priceless works of art from the Papal collections in the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel.

2. Have a real Roman holiday

Of course, you can’t miss the must-sees like the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, too. Pro tip: stretch your neck before an intense session of gazing at the amazing ceiling.

Woman on the Louvre steps
Explore the world-famous Louvre and discover masterpieces with a priority ticket.

1. Enjoy no lines at the Louvre 

You’ve made it all the way to Paris but come face to face with the winding line outside the museum? No thanks! Save time and see the Mona Lisa without delay by grabbing a priority ticket in advance.

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