Europe's Top Tourist Attractions (2019) | MojoTravels

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  1. Jonas Baert
    Jonas Baert says:

    One of the good things of being in a wheelchair is that you don't need to wait in row a lot when visiting those attractions. Past year I went to the sagrada di familia, and despite it didn't want more visitors for the next hour, we could enter with 10 ppl (5 with a disability + 5 ppl who helped) nevertheless by going to another entrance (& we did need to pay only for 5 too). Also with the Eifel tower and a lot of other things I did the past few years I could pass the long row of ppl. Rly fun. Looking forward to London in 2 weeks. ?

  2. Choco Later
    Choco Later says:

    Please refer to ticket prices in local currencies not in dollars. If at least you would mention US dollars. Exchange rate is always changing so stating local currency is more accurate. I live in Europe. Love to travel around the world and visited some of the places mentioned in this video and also love to watch world wide made travel documentaries and guides. If you do wish to mention price in dollars make sure to mention original price too. Thanks.

  3. clay fada2
    clay fada2 says:

    I am irish ,but i don't agree with either of the too irish mentions.The cliffs of moher are over rated we have about twenty sea cliffs higher and more scenic.however they are hard to get to and cliffs of moher are much more accessible for that reason it gets much more visitors than the slieve league cliffs which are much more spectacular,but are much more remote.As regards the EPIC museum all its celebrating is the destruction of the irish nation something that shouldn't be celebrated.

  4. The Hoovy Prince
    The Hoovy Prince says:

    The worst part about Europe is living in Australia. Its so far away and that means its even more expensive to get there 🙁
    Will say though, Italy is by far the best country in Europe.


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