If you're going to Europe for the first time, I suggest you choose to visit these three countries.
Because here, one side is romantic, the other is classic, and the other is natural, which can best realize all your imagination of Europe.
Switzerland, you can go to Zurich, see the deep blue lake of Zurich, feel the historic Zurich church, and the richest street in the world-Bahnhofstrasse, where you can experience the true European style.
There is pleasant Lucerne, a paradise-like place where the breeze on the river will be wrapped in a world of gentleness, the wooden bridges are even more aged, and you feel as if you have traveled back in time.
Here is the Golden Pass Train, the most beautiful train in Europe. Taking this train, you can enjoy the beauty of Switzerland in all directions, just like watching a movie, sometimes crossing the town and sometimes crossing the forest.
Here is Zermatt, known as the "Glacier City". It is located under the peaks of the Alps.
The Eiffel Tower, you can see it almost anywhere in Paris, as soon as you look up, like a romantic love word . In Paris, you must take a cruise on the Seine River to see the magnificent buildings on both sides of the strait, and watch the sunset , everything is the most Parisian appearance.
Stroll along the Champs-Elysées Avenue in France and see the bustling bustle of the Arc de Triomphe.
Visit the Palace of Versailles and the Louvre, and watch the two historical temples record the rise and fall of France.
The Montmartre hill overlooking the downtown of Paris has the soul of an artist. It is full of various legends, and there is a strong artistic atmosphere everywhere, which once let artists such as Van Gogh and Picasso linger.
Colmar Every corner here is like a landscape on a postcard, and every frame is like an oil painting with harmonious and soft colors.
There are stretches of mountains, stunning coastlines, priceless historical and cultural treasures, picturesque towns and villages, and mouth-watering cuisine. Italy, a place that will never get tired no matter how many times you go.
In Rome, check in the Colosseum, feel the weight of the baptism of the years and the special historical background, and feel the charm of this city.
The Cinque Terre, a small town built on the hills, backed by the green hills, facing the sea, with colorful houses strewn and dotted, be sure to take a picture here to freeze the scenery and memories.
Go to Florence, feel the poetry and romance of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, watch the magnificent sunset in Michelangelo Square.
Don't forget to take a gondola ride through Venice's Old Town, like a romantic dream floating on a blue wave.
Finally visit the ruins of Pompeii and you'll learn about the life of this Roman city before it was frozen forever by the wrath of Mount Vesuvius.
Luckily I have been to all three of them Alhamdulliah. I plan to visit Switzerland again but it is too expensive