67 Things To Do In Europe Before You Die
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67 Things To Do In Europe Before You Die

9. Go on a pub crawl in Dublin.

67 Things To Do In Europe Before You Die
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1. Go skydiving over the Swiss Alps.

2. Take a gondola ride in Venice, Italy.

3. Drink from a stein at Oktoberfest.

4. Climb the Eiffel Tower.

5. Visit the Red Light District in Amsterdam.

6. Eat a Belgian Waffle.

7. Tour the Palace of Versailles.

8. Climb the Duomo in Florence, Italy.

9. Go on a pub crawl in Dublin.

10. Walk the Cliffs of Moher.

11. Get the perfect Leaning Tower of Pisa picture.

12. Do a wine tasting in Tuscany.

13. Make a wish at the Trevi Fountain.

14. Make chocolate in Switzerland.

15. Paint on the John Lennon Wall.

16. Take a cooking class in Italy.

17. Visit the Colosseum in Rome.

18. Watch the sunset at Piazza Michelangelo in Florence.

19. Take a boat tour of the Blue Grotto.

20. Go cliff jumping in Positano.

21. Tour the East Side Gallery in Berlin.

22. Go in the Thermal Baths in Budapest.

23. Ride an ATV in Greece.

24. Take a canal tour around Amsterdam.

25. Eat escargot in Paris.

26. Visit the David in Florence.

27. Go island hopping in Greece.

28. Take a selfie with the Mona Lisa at the Louvre.

29. See the Northern Lights in Iceland.

30. Go on the London Eye.

31. Swim in the crystal clear waters of Capri.

32. Go to the opera in Vienna.

33. Ski the Swiss Alps.

34. Drink a Guinness at the Gravity Bar in Dublin.

35. Go to a coffeeshop in Amsterdam.

36. Have a tapas dinner in Barcelona.

37. Count the minutes at the Astronomical Clock in Prague.

38. Walk down Abbey Road.

39. Cruise the Danube River in Budapest.

40. Visit the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.

41. Practice your bargaining skills at the leather markets in Florence.

42. Have afternoon tea in London.

43. Visit Vatican City and the Sistine Chapel in Rome.

44. Eat a trdelnik in Prague.

45. Visit the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam.

46. Visit Juliet's House in Verona.

47. Take a trip on the London Eye.

48. Walk the Charles Bridge in Prague.

49. Go on a vespa ride in Italy.

50. Win big in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

51. Take a dip in the Blue Lagoon in Iceland.

52. Relive your childhood at Disneyland Paris.

53. Drink a rum bucket in Cinque Terre.

54. Visit Krka National Park in Croatia.

55. Go truffle hunting in Tuscany.

56. Ride a camel in Morocco.

57. Walk the streets of Galway.

58. Shop in one of the many Christmas markets.

59. Tour the ruins of Pompeii.

60. Go to a Real Madrid soccer game.

61. Walk through Park Guell in Barcelona.

62. Visit the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen.

63. Immerse yourself in the Barcelona nightlife.

64. Visit the Buckingham Palace in London.

65. Eat your weight in gelato in Italy.

66. Drive the Amalfi Coast.

67. Eat a Florentine Steak.

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