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Top Cities in Europe for International Students to Visit

One of the great things about studying in Europe, especially in continental Europe, is that it is so easy to travel between countries. Yet, it can be hard to know where to start, and where is particularly good for students. Well, worry not as this list will give you all the information you need.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Amsterdam is the beautiful capital city of the Netherlands. It is absolutely covered by canals, and so you can get some fantastic (and cheap) canal tours! Have fun exploring the red light district, grab yourself a freshly made stroopwaffle, or hire a bike and cycle around Vondelpark. It is the perfect weekend getaway for students.

London, England

Though it isn’t continental, no trip to Europe would be complete without visiting London. Afternoon tea on the Shard, a wander around Borough market, and selfie in front of Buckingham Palace cannot go amiss. Discover the beautiful parks hidden in the city, and try to navigate the complex Underground!

Paris, France

Paris is not as expensive as you may think! it is not all about the Eiffel Tower; why not pop in to see the Mona Lisa at the Lourve, or hear the bells at Norte Dame, or snack on delicious macarons in a cafe overlooking the river Seine. I recommend booking your tickets to the attractions ahead of time as it can get very busy!

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is becoming one of the most popular destinations for students, and it is easy to see why. It is a party city, very popular with stag parties (and not to mention it has some of the best and cheapest beer in Europe!) For those who are more into the cultural side of Europe, Prague has an excellent selection of art galleries and museums- not to mention some gorgeous bridges!

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is a fantastic country to visit for you history buffs out there. It has some truly provoking WWII exhibits, famous music halls, and beautiful gothic architecture. And if you get tired of walking around museums all day, why not relax in the evening in the famous Szechenyi thermal baths?

Berlin, Germany

Berlin is the epicentre of innovative modern art, and world famous beer- what more could a student want? With thought-provoking WWII displays, museums detailing Germany’s rich history, and fantastic food Berlin is certainly a student favourite.

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is probably the only destination on the list to visit if you want guaranteed good weather. It has amazing cathedrals and museums, and a beautiful beach to sunbathe on when you feel like doing nothing. Barcelona is famous for being a party city, so don’t expect a quiet night!