The Most Visited Attraction In Every European Country

One of the most well-known sites in France is the Eiffel Tower. The wrought-iron tower, which is located in the center of Paris' Champ de Mars, was first constructed to act as the entryway to the World's Fair in 1889.

Eiffel Tower, France

The Flavian Amphitheater, or Colosseum, is one of Italy's most visited tourist monuments and synonymous with Imperial Rome. It was erected around AD 70 80 of travertine limestone and volcanic rock.

Colosseum, Italy

The Acropolis' most famous buildings were all constructed in the fifth century BC under the watchful eye of statesman and general Pericles.

Acropolis of Athens, Greece

The prehistoric monument of Stonehenge is one of the most famous landmarks in the UK. Built between 3000 BC and 2000 BC, Stonehenge sits in an area of England known for its many burial mounds.

Stonehenge, England

The world's biggest and most visited art museum located on the Seine. The roughly 73,000-square-meter Louvre Palace you see today was extended and reconstructed

Louvre Museum, France

The Brandenburg Gate, built by Prussian monarch Frederick William II in the 18th century, symbolizes Berlin. The gate, 26 meters high and 65 meters long, is topped by a four-horse quadriga.

Berlin's Brandenburg Gate, Germany

The Matterhorn is one of Europe's tallest at 4,478 meters. The magnificent mountain overlooks Zermatt, Switzerland, near the Italian border.

The Matterhorn, Switzerland

One of Europe's most powerful royal families lived in the palace erected in the 13th century by the House of Habsburg. Today, Austria's president lives at the Hofburg, a former imperial palace

The Vienna Hofburg, Austria

Sagrada Familia, one of Barcelona's most iconic attractions, has been under construction since 1882. After the previous architect quit, Antoni Gaudi revised the plans to create a spectacular Art Nouveau and Gothic building

Sagrada Familia, Spain