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Vacation in Europe - Learn to Live it Up!

Updated on January 26, 2010


Vacation in Europe

For most people, the thought of a vacation in Europe seems quite appealing, fun and fascinating, there are so many things that you can do in Europe that can truly take your breath away.

For instance you have Spain, Italy, England and France to roam. Most people like to take the trains cross country to really get a good feel of Europe and all that it has to offer. Even lodging in some great European Hotels can make the experience that much more worth while.

Either it be traveling down the watery canals of Italy of enjoying a breath of fresh air in the coast of Spain. There is nothing better than getting away to a place that is away from here. If only for a short time. Some of the best beaches in the world are in Spain, Portugal and France.

The next vacation that I will take will probably be for at least a month’s time. No more taking off for a week or two. Sometimes, people need to take a month off of their lives to experience a new world full of new people and exciting adventures, don’t you think?

I may have to span it out and maybe check out Spain first, France a second year, while Portugal may be third on my European vacation list of things to do and see before I die.

I definitely don’t want to stay in the States all my life without at least seeing the world and all that it has to offer. I would recommend anyone to just get away and really see how refreshed and rejuvenated you can actually be when you get back.

There is nothing better than taking in the cultures of another land and implementing them in your life here and to allow others to see how you have changed in certain ways. Who knows? Maybe they will learn something form you with your new found culture shock? The idea of me wind surfing or even skydiving in the European skies will definitely be a time to remember for me.

My vacation in Europe will me most exciting and adventurous. I already have the things planned out that I want to do, go and see. I just hope I have enough energy to do it all before I weary myself too much of the enormous sight seeing that I have planned.

Venice, Italy

Reason to Vacation in Europe:

1. Culture: The culture in Europe is nothing of that in the United States. The sense of family, cultural beliefs and impressionable lifestyles is definitely evident there.

2. A Blast from the Past: Europe has been renown with historical figures, structures and history that it just makes an appealing place to experience a more intriguing aspect of it.

3. Foods: The foods of Europe will leave you wanting for more. Either it be Spanish, French, Portuguese or even Italian. The never ending amount of foods flavored with hundreds of years of perfection always make it a place to enjoy and be welcomed to.

4. People: Talk about a difference in lifestyle, clothing and culture. If you really want to get to know the land that you vacation too you must know the people and how they will interact with you. This may involve the dance, their night scene and how they can be more alluring as they walk across the beach, in front of your eyes.

There is nothing better than getting to know the people in any given country. Not only will you be able to teach them your ways but they will be able to show you something about them that you have never before seen and experienced either.

5. Just Getting Away: Just getting away and going to another land can really make your life seem to have more meaning to you If you are looking for the best vacation in Europe then make sure you plan out the precious time that you have there to at least go for that train ride that everybody has been talking about. It will make you realize how big and significant Europe is to the rest of the world.


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      James A Watkins 8 years ago from Chicago

      I wholeheartedly agree. I have had a number of blessed trips to Europe and these have been the best times of my life.