Countries in the Western European continent are tourist destinations that are arguably very popular in the world. Not surprisingly, by being blessed with beautiful nature accompanied by modern and highly developed life, countries in Western Europe are coveted by travelers. Look at the following seven cities, if you are curious how attractive tourist destinations in Western Europe.

1. Paris, France

Who does not know Paris? Not only being the largest city, Paris is also the capital of France. This city is often called the City of Light. This title is not merely because of the brightly lit streets of Paris and its magnificent monuments. Paris is called the City of Light because it has long been one of the intellectual capitals of Western civilization, or in other words: the center of enlightenment.
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Many people consider Paris is the most beautiful city in the world. Only a few capitals of the countries of the world have a character as complete as Paris. Paris is also one of the main tourist destinations and the center of fashion world. Starting from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre Museum where the famous Mona Lisa paintings can be found in Paris.

2. Zurich, Switzerland

Zurich is indeed listed as one of the most expensive cities in the world. The cost of living such as eating, drinking, recreation to entertainment is so high. However, Zurich also has a variety of enchantments that deserve to be taken into account.

Switzerland has a beautiful natural contour because it is located in the foothills of the Alps. The country also has a fairly long history of the city and traces of that civilization can still be easily found in Zurich.
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Immaculate, beautiful, and classic is the first impression when setting foot in Zurich. Beautiful buildings and modern transportation make your eyes wide open. Very loss if not stored in camera shots.

3. Amsterdam, the Netherlands

The city of Amsterdam is one of the favorite tourist destinations in the Netherlands. The unique design of the city with the architecture of typical European architecture, coupled with canals that connect the city make tourists feel at home for long to stay in Amsterdam.

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The capital of the Netherlands offers a wide variety of experiences for tourists, ranging from the romantic atmosphere, building icons, art, food, historical facts, and of course the amazing nightlife. Amsterdam is a beautiful city in the morning and at the same time a challenging city at night.

4. Saint Tropez, Prancis

Decades ago, Saint Tropez was just a fishing village. Now, the city which is not so far from Merseille is famous as a must-visit destination for famous first-class figures to spend the summer. One of the cities along the French Riviera (Côte d’Azur), the Mediterranean seafront region of southeast France is famous for its beauty.


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People look for the authenticity of France in Saint-Tropez, which is a small and beautiful city, without high-rise buildings. Even so, Saint-Tropez also has a large number of five-star boutique hotels, and more than 600 stores that display luxury brands. This city is one of the first places used as a place to display products by a number of well-known brands, because it is eyeing the number of wealthy tourists.

5. Dublin, Irlandia

Various tourist attractions in the city of Dublin are located nearby. Almost everything can be visited by foot. In one day it is possible to surround the General Post Office (GPO), Ha’Penny / Liffey Bridge, City Hall, Dublin Castle, Dublinia, Christ Church Cathedral, St. St. Patrick’s Cathedral, St. Patrick’s Patrick’s Park and Temple Bar area on foot.

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Attractions that can be visited on foot supported by special pedestrian comfortable sidewalks. In fact, for sidewalks on the banks of the Liffey river, equipped with chairs to sit around enjoying the river views. These things are what make Dublin a comfortable city for tourists to visit.

that’s the 5 best cities that have attractions that are very charming and famous to all corners of the world.

Stanwick St John


All this has permitted a remarkable sense of peace and quiet; the only road traversing the parish is a third class one, narrow and winding. The adjacent parish of Forcett still has its old manor house, Forcett Hall, with its parkland and lake, nowadays open for concerts. Development has been restricted there also, resulting in a countryside of farms of arable and pasture land, whose peace is only broken by the larger farm machinery or the luckily infrequent scream of jets from the airbase at Leeming about 12 miles away.

*Not to be confused with the Parish Church Council, whose job it is to look after the church in the adjacent village of Aldbrough St John and the burial ground – still in use – around our church.

For non- residents, Stanwick St John is pronounced “Stannik Sent Jon” – the “w” is silent.

(In the air photo, which looks north, the nuclear village is clear with the church in the middle distance and Kirkbridge courtyard opposite. In the foreground are the residual large (converted) stable buildings and the original gardens which are now private dwelling areas, with the lodge house to the right. Running right from the top of the picture is the tree-lined ancient embankment of ‘Stanwick Fort’.

Carlton is beyond the area of the picture to the top right)