The best European destination to travel to in 2017 – Lonely Planet

Europe is a treasure trove of incredible travel experiences, which can make deciding where to go a challenging task indeed. Thankfully Lonely Planet’s travel experts have been on the case…

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23 thoughts on “The best European destination to travel to in 2017 – Lonely Planet”

  1. I think that the new it place to visit is Portugal.
    Nice affordable place to visit.
    And any other place in Europe that has those same qualities are going to become great tourist destinations.

  2. Thank God, the nicest city in Croatia (sorry other citites :P) is getting its five minutes of fame. Zagreb has some specific atmosphere – in other capital cities you will see people rushing all the time, in Zagreb you will see people celebrating their mid-day coffee. It has stunning architecture and Croats are cool people. There is also very good hairdresser there in Vida salon :p Also you have to try struckle there <3

    Can't wait to see my fav place again, very soon.

  3. Hey Non-Europeans, all European Christmas Markets are the same. Honestly, they are all franchised by one single company. Therefore, the Christmas Market you see in London looks identical in style / shops / appearance as Christmas Markets all over the rest of Europe. Truth!

    So when someone says, 'oh, Vienna has the best Christmas Market' or 'oh, Zagreb has the best Christmas Market'. No, that's not true, that Christmas Market is exactly the same as the one in whatever European city you'll be visiting.

  4. GLad to see Zagreb getting some recognition.
    BUt I have to say this… all tourist guides recommend the one and the same museum.
    Don't miss out on the other ones, they are all much much bigger, more in the spirit of the city, far more historicaly and culturaly connected with the city.
    The museum of naive art that is right across the street from the broken relationships is small but probably the most unique thing you will see. An art style that originated in North Croatia and only existed in Croatia.
    THe Archeological museum which has the best preserved European mummy from the pre Roman period. THis is something that can NOT be missed.

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