With our new Made in Europe shop, planning a European vacation has been on our minds lately. Taking inspiration from Pinterest photos, magazines and online travel blogs to make our shop got us thinking… where exactly are the best walking cities in Europe?
With cobblestone streets and gorgeous, age-old architecture, London is a great walking city filled with the greatest in British attractions. One of these is the Tower Bridge, spanning over the Thames River. The bridge is complete with an upper walkway for checking out some completely stunning views.
Stretching for three-quarters of a mile lined with beautiful trees, La Rambla is a pedestrian’s paradise. As more tourists have found the street spectacular, small kiosks and cafes have been added. Grab a cup of joe and meander down the beautiful street with ease.
While Venice may be known as a water-based city, it’s considerably walkable. Starting at the Rialto Bridge, a famous landmark that spans the Grand Canal, and walking along the river can offer an easy, enjoyable adventure through the city.
Gore-tex Scottish National Trail
With different paths for foodies, history lovers and art fanatics, the Gore-Tex Scottish National Trial has a little something for everyone. The trail runs the entire length of the country, the first official one of its kind, and winds through two major national parks and the capital city.
There’s much to see in Munich, from various cathedrals to the English Garden to some impressive beer halls. Experience the culture of Munich by walking through a produce market or checking out some of the museums.
Get lost down hidden medieval alleys and beautiful gardens in Vienna. While it’s great to have a tour guide, sometimes wandering and getting lost leads you to the best finds. Be sure to check out their famous open-air bazaar, the Belvedere Palace and some stunning architecture.
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