3 Glamorous Places To Visit In Europe
Here is a list of three of the most glamorous places to visit on your next trip to Europe…
Located in a fairytale landscape with mountain peaks and green valleys, people come here to enjoy the best that Switzerland has to offer: beautiful nature, fresh air, five star restaurants and hotels, and a range of outdoor activities.
St Moritz boasts everything from 350 km of piste skiing in winter and watching the horse races on the frozen lake, to incredible mountain biking and hiking experiences during summer.
There is a bubbly “champagne” vibe in St Moritz, and while the surrounding nature implies that you’ve escaped into the middle of nowhere, the glamorous boutiques are never far away.
Perhaps the most famous of the glamorous resorts along the French Riviera, Saint-Tropez has more than just impressive yahts and “celebrity-spotting” to offer.
In spring, autumn and mild winter, the streets of this picturesque town are no longer as crowded, giving you the opportunity to really enjoy the town, and realize why so many artists were lured to this place over the centuries.
Walking along the waterfront, enjoying the beaches, art galleries and quayside cafes are great ways to make the most out of this glamorous resort.
It has become a luxury resort for tourists, and many of the richest people in Europe make it their home, as it is known to be one of the best “tax havens” in the world.
Known as the ‘Monaco boys’, you can find many people like Peter Cruddes, who have made millions on the foreign exchange and working for companies like CMC markets which is now worth an estimated 1.25 billion pounds.
Many of these rich people set up luxury resorts and hotels, so if you want to your hotel to be an experience rather than a place to crash, you’ll be sure to find lots to choose from in Monaco.
But while the hotels and restaurants will suck the money from your wallet at an accelerating speed, there are plenty of free things to do in Monaco as well, such as visiting Monaco-Ville.
It is very picturesque medieval village made up of pedestrian streets and old beautiful buildings. There are also free galleries and museums, like the Marlborough Fine Arts Gallery.