Not only in autumn, but also in summer, you can plan a weekend - trip to European cities. Direct flights from Prague will take you to many cities.
Northern Italy Venice is the first destination we recommend for a Eurovignette. They are situated by the Adriatic Sea, in a shallow lagoon. There are more than 400 stone bridges. The Grande Canal, the most important one, runs through the city center. Gondolas are used for transport between channels. The protector of the gondolier is the Czech saint Jan Nepomucký. You will find many churches, galleries of modern art and more.
The capital of fashion is Milan. It is considered a center of modern industry and design in the world. Here you will find the opera house of La Scala, the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, Santa Maria delle Grazie with its fresco painted by Leonardo da Vinci and many other sights.
Undoubtedly, the classic of the Eurovikends is London. The capital of Britain and Ireland can be found on the River Thames and has plenty of sights, entertainment and shopping centers. The most famous monument is Buckingham Palace - the seat of Queen Elizabeth II, the seat of Parliament, Big Ben, Picadilly Circus. For shopping you can head to the famous Oxford Street.
Ancient Italian city with huge cultural value. You will find monuments from the Byzantine, Renaissance and Baroque periods. The river Tiber flows through here. The symbol of the city is the statue of the brothers Romulus and Remus, along with the wolf, which can be found on the Capitol. Do not forget to visit the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Castle of the Angel, the Spanish Steps, the Baroque Trevi Fountain or the Vatican, where the Pope is based.
Capital of Belgium, seat of several institutions. The symbol of the city is a statue of a peeing boy - Manneken Pis. In the historic center of Brussels, Grande Place, you will find the Gothic Town Hall, the statue of St. Michael and Gudula. You can visit MiniEurope park, similar to our Mini Uni.