Travelling to Central Europe for pleasure is certainly fascinating. Visiting Hungary, for example, who used to be a territory of Celts, Romans and Huns, strolling through Swiss cities such as Bern, Zurich or Geneva, getting to know the history of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic or staying in one of luxury hotels in Vienna can be the perfect plan for an unforgettable holiday.
Each nation, country or republic that makes up this part of the Old Continent has much to offer travelers who have opted for this region as a deserved holiday destination. And although Central Europe has been the scene of significant battles and wars that have led to consequent changes in the political structure of these territories, no less important is the great historical wealth that many of its cities have for the adventurous enthusiast of past events and marked the world.
Region of many events that changed the world
The history of such a vast territory goes back to the appearance of various monarchies and empires such as the Habsburg, the Germanic Roman, the Kingdom of Hungary, the German Empire, or the Republic of Two Nations, which have culturally enriched this region.
Events from the Middle Ages, then in the crises of the 17th and 18th centuries, and later war events that developed into the modern age such as the 1st and 2nd World War, and even more recently, political situations resulting from the Cold War such as the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact have placed it on the world stage.
However, Central Europe has much more to offer to those who wish to know this part of the continent, beyond the political and warlike problems they have faced through the centuries. Take a walk through the wonderful capitals and cities such as Vienna, Prague, Munich, Budapest among many others of great historical and tourist relevance.
Visit Vienna, you won’t regret it.
For example, whoever visits the Austrian city of Vienna, will be admired with everything that this emblematic city, located on the banks of the Danube River offers its visitors. The cradle of emblematic icons of world history in different fields of musical culture such as Mozart and Beethoven, the greatest exponents of classical interpretation or, in the field of science such as Sigmund Freud, who show their immense cultural wealth.
However, there are places where you can not miss, when you reach the majestic Vienna, the city has been the seat of great empires and therefore, you can admire once being there architecture framed in beautiful palaces of inexhaustible beauty. Vienna, considered one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe, is also appreciated as a clean, safe and well-serviced town, so it is not surprising that it tops the list of the city with the best quality of life