Moscow is the capital of Russia and the largest city on the European continent. Last but not least, Moscow also has several higher ratings to its credit. It is the ninth most expensive city in the world, the tenth most populous city, and one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world. Previously, it was known as “the city on the Moskva River” and this is how it got its name. The main places to see in Moscow are: Moscow Kremlin, Red Square, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Bolshoi Theater and Moscow Museum of Modern Art.
Ottawa, which is the capital of Canada, is also located near the Ottawa River in the eastern part of southern Ontario. Ottawa is known for its climate, with snow and ice during winters and wet summers. Due to snowfall, snowboarding is a large-scale entertainment and also one of the tourist attractions. The most beautiful places in this city include the Rideau Canal, the Canadian War Museum, the National Gallery, Majors Hill Park, the library and the archives.
When asked by many tourists what they think the capital of Hungary is the most beautiful city they have ever visited. The city is known for its friendly people along with its good food. The name Budapest was coined by combining the names of two cities, “Buda” and “Pest”, which became one in 1873. Some of the places that make Budapest impressive are the Hungarian Parliament Building, the Bridge of Chains, and Buda Castle, a fisherman’s stronghold.
Tokyo, officially known as Tokyo Metropolitan, is the capital of Japan and is also the largest metropolitan area in the world. Besides being a beautiful city, Tokyo is famous for its nightlife, shopping, transportation, and modern fashion scene. It has also been rated in the “Best Overall Experience” category by TripAdvisors. Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Skytree, Imperial Palace, Disneyland, DisneySea, Yoyogi Park are some of the must-see attractions in Tokyo.
Rome, the capital of Italy, is a city with 2.9 million inhabitants and is also the fourth most populous city in the European Union. The population here is predominantly Roman Catholic and, moreover, it is also the homeland of many famous saints and popes. The legendary Julius Caesar also belonged to Rome. In short, Rome has a great history. The attractions in the city include the famous Colosseum, Pantheon, Pizza Navona, Trevi Fountain, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel.