Dust off your passport and let’s go exploring. Here are seven cool places you need to go find in seven fantastic cities. Have you been to any of them? Leave a quote below either way. I want to hear your story.
|1||The Netherlands capital is a must visit when you go to Europe. This is the Amsterdam Royal Palace located in Dam’s Square across from Madame Tussaud’s Museum. it is just a short eight-minute walk from Centraal Station.|
|Amsterdam, Netherlands (AMS)|
|2||This statue is affectionately called the ‘Peeing Boy.” Its official name is Mannequin Pis and it can be found in Brussels, Belgium, just off the square at the center of the city. There are usually long lines to see it. The side street is actually quite tiny, but it is worth seeing. In addition, there are copies everywhere.|
|Brussels, Belgium (BRU)|
|3||This the Hallgrimskirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland (I love Icelandic words :-)). It is a church that is located in the city. You can actually go all the way up to the top of the tower you see in the picture.|
|Reykjavik, Iceland (KEF)|
|4||This is the beautiful Millennium Bridge which spans the width of the River Thames in London, England. Off to its right is the Tate Modern Museum and to your back is the St. Paul’s Cathedral two other London sights.|
|London, England (LCY, LGW, LHR, LTN, STN)|
|5||The Eiffel Tower is one of the many icons of Paris. It is the most notable. This sot was taken while flying over the city at low altitude coming in for a landing in Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport in the north.
A tip: If you want to actually go up to the top, get there very early, otherwise you will spend all your day here waiting in a queue.
|Paris, France (CDG)|
|6||Even Oprah had to finally visit the Sydney Opera House. This magnificent structure sits on the other side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. This harbor is one of the most magnificent in the world.|
|Sydney, Australia (SYD)|
|7||The St. Stephens Cathedral sits in th heart of Vienna, Austria. Ensure that you stop in on your visit to Vienna.|
|Vienna, Austria (VIE)|