Italy's capital definitely needs no introduction as one of the most exciting cities in Europe.
Besides being one of the best cities for art in the world, the capital of the Netherlands is famous for its canals, bicycles and cozy bars.
The reunified German capital clearly reflects the scars of its past. Graffiti-rich remains of the Berlin Wall and the famous "Checkpoint Charlie".
You could spend a week in London without even leaving the British Museum. That’s equally true of Oxford Street, recognized as Europe’s busiest shopping street.
Lose yourself in Paris, the heart of the capital of romance, and of France.
Greece’s capital has a growing reputation for its food and nightlife, although the many Unesco-listed historical sights of Athens need little introduction.
Denmark's capital is regularly voted among the happiest cities in the world. no wonder.
Of the 48 capitals of Europe, Helsinki is the second northernmost city. It is also possibly the most attractive, with its Jugend (or Finnish Art Nouveau) architecture.
The capital of Slovenia is dominated by Ljubljana Castle, one of the best medieval castles in Europe.