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Europe spans a huge area between the Arctic and Africa, and Asia and the Atlantic.
Hotels in some of Europe's biggest and most popular cities are where you can rest and relax whilst discovering the many different cultures, flavours, sights and sounds. Across five loosely defined European regions – western, northern, central, eastern and Mediterranean Europe – your hotel choice will be crucial to your enjoyment and your experience of all that Europe has to offer, from the Vatican City to the tiny state of Monaco.
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European hotels come in all shapes and sizes, in all types of settings and for every kind of traveller. Where will you check in?
Hotels in Europe range from the cheapest of cheap hotels to luxury hotels at the height of extravagance and exist in all areas to suit every taste and pocket. Stay in the shadow of city skyscrapers or find a place at the foot of soaring mountains. Pick a hotel by the glistening Mediterranean, or gaze out at the chilly seas of the north. Stay in a small town and get to know the locals or enjoy the big-city buzz in mega cities such as London, Madrid, Athens, and Barcelona.
Explore the continent’s history in Rome and Berlin… check out the world’s finest art in Florence, Paris, and Milan… taste the flavours of Europe – both traditional and startlingly new – in Copenhagen and Vienna… whatever you want to do, there’s a destination and a hotel just for you.
Whatever you’re looking for, be it cheap European hotels in the continent’s towns and cities, palaces of luxury and extravagance, rooms handy for the ski slopes of Europe, beach pads, sprawling spa hotels, budget B&Bs or just a middle of the range room in which to rest after a day spend sightseeing, you can’t go wrong using TravelSupermarket to compare the best deals out there. Tell us when you want to go and where and we’ll do the hard work for you.
These are some of the most-visited tourist attractions in all of Europe…
Top five attractions
It might not be high-brow and cultural, but family visitors go crackers for the rides, parades and experiences at Europe’s only Disney theme park. Stay in central Paris and hop on the train or book a hotel in or near the park in Marne-la-Vallée.
This city state receives millions of visitors keen to see the Pope, tour the museums or just savour the unique atmosphere of this walled pocket of land within Rome.
The capital of England is beyond compare in Europe when it comes to the breadth, diversity and size of its museums. Discover the treasures of the Natural History Museum, the British Museum and the Science Museum, among many, many others. Entrance is free to most of the big museums.
Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey
One of the largest markets in the world, this covered shopping paradise positively hums with activity from dawn until dusk. Whether you’re after pretty trinkets or fancy decorating your house in Turkish style, more than 3,000 vendors will happily serve you.
St Mark’s Basilica in Venice
The Basilica Cattedrale Patriarcale di San Marco is an immense and commanding structure and almost 1,000 years old. It’s an icon of Venice. Get here early or arrive very late in the day to avoid the inevitable crowds.
You can guarantee there’s a thrilling event on today somewhere in Europe. Here are five that are certain to see the area’s hotels filling up…
Some of the biggest and best events in Europe have an inevitable effect on the area’s hotels. Prices are bound to rocket as rooms get snapped up.
Las Fallas in Valencia; March: One of the biggest annual festivals in Spain, the fire festival is very popular and many tourists want to join in the fun. See the giant figures headed for a fiery death, join in the parades and parties and make sure you’re up before 8am – otherwise the morning brass-band procession will be an alarming morning call!
King’s Day (formerly Queen’s Day) in Amsterdam; April: With King Willem-Alexander now on the throne in the Netherlands, King’s Day is celebrated each spring with city-wide parties and parades. Wear orange if you don’t want to stand out from the crowd.
Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain; July: It takes around only four minutes from start to finish and is often marred by serious injury and sometimes death, yet this legendary bull race attracts droves of participants and visitors.
Edinburgh Festivals; August-September: The Edinburgh International Festival and Edinburgh Festival Fringe present an eclectic mix of high-brow culture, low-brow comedy and absolutely everything in between. This Scottish city is packed with tourists during these cultural feasts.
Oktoberfest in Munich; September/October: Toast your Bavarian hosts with a stein of the local stuff as you join in the fun of the world’s biggest funfair and beer festival.
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