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Popular Nature Attractions in Europe

Seine River
Paris·France
4.7/5
1,732 Reviews
River
Dividing Paris into the right bank and the left bank, the Seine is the city's main river. The majority of Paris's most interesting historical sites are all located on the banks of the Seine. You can take a tourist boat for a short cruise up the Seine to enjoy the scenic beauty of both banks, including many places of interest such as the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, Notre Dame de Paris and the Eiffel Tower.
The River Thames
London·United Kingdom
4.6/5
877 Reviews
River
The River Thames is famous throughout the world for its history, its culture and its amazing variety of wildlife, archaeology and scenery. Many Londoners believe it to be the City's greatest asset. The thousands of boaters in cruisers up and down the length of the river will attest to the fact that a day on or near the Thames is a great experience.
Lake Lucerne
4.7/5
717 Reviews
Lake
Lake Lucerne, located in central Switzerland, is often visited by swans and other water fowl. The snow-capped mountains are reflected in the lake's clear blue waters. The lakeshore twists and turns, connecting the mountains of Lucerne with the surrounding mountains and outlining the beautiful scenery. Looking out from the pier, you can see the cathedral steeple, many uniquely shaped houses, large trees thatllook like mushroom clouds and red and white Swiss flags flying over the buildings, a beautiful bit of scenery.
Jungfrau
4.8/5
1,049 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
Located on the south side of Interlaken, Jungfrau is one of the highest peaks in the Alps. The top of the mountain is capped with snow and ice year-round, while the foot of the mountain is surrounded by green grass and beautiful scenery. It is a famous sightseeing and outdoor sports resort in Switzerland. Here, you can see the stunning landscape of snow and ice, mountains, sun and clouds against a blue background. In the scenic area, there is a railway dedicated to Jungfrau, taking visitors to the top to enjoy the view.
Santorini
Santorini·Greece
4.6/5
527 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Santorini is famous for its blue domed churches, white buildings, volcanic beaches, and stunning views over the Aegean Sea. The small romantic town of Oia has one of the world's most spectacular sunsets. Visitors can go for a donkey ride through the narrow hillside streets and experience local life.
Lake Baikal
Russia
4.6/5
388 Reviews
Lake
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
Lake Baikal has a long and storied history. Because the shape of the lake is like the moon, it is also known as the "Blue Eye of Siberia." Blooming spring flowers, cool summers, the red leaves of fall and the ice and snow of winter mean that there is beautiful scenery to attract visitors to Lake Baikal all seasons of the year. Visitors can take a one-day train trip to Lake Baikal to enjoy the quiet and charming scenery. Lake Baikal's picturesque scenery earned it a spot on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1996.
Calton Hill
Edinburgh·United Kingdom
4.6/5
498 Reviews
Mountain
The Calton Hill is located in the east of Edinburgh and is dotted with many historic and elegant buildings. It is also the commanding heights of Edinburgh, and you can take a trip along the top of the hill to see the spectacular panorama of Edinburgh. Every sunrise and sunset, many tourists will come here to enjoy the beautiful scenery, often able to take beautiful photos. Going east along Princes Street to the end of the Carlton Hill. The mountain is not high, and slowly walks up, all the way is lush scenery. When the weather is fine, many locals will come here to sunbathe on the lawn or have a picnic.
Danube
Vienna·Austria
4.7/5
267 Reviews
River
The Danube is second only to the Volga River in Europe and the second longest river in Europe. It originated in southern Germany, flowing from west to east, flowing through Austria, Hungary, Ukraine and other places, and then injected into the Black Sea. The blue Danube slowly passes through the city of Vienna, and by boat, the riverside scenery is very good, with ancient Gothic architecture. The beautiful Viennese forest stretches out in the western suburbs of the city and is lush. Every summer, there is a colorful music festival.

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