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April 6, 2020

Vacation after quarantine: If you have not figured out where to spend your dream vacation, Rebelle Magazine has selected the most beautiful cities in Europe that you should definitely visit in 2020!

Bologna, Italy

A must-see list of most travelers to Italy comes down to Rome, Florence, Venice and Milan. If you have already explored these amazing cities then be sure to visit Bologna, which is located in the Emilia-Romagna region. There are many beautiful architectural monuments, and the cuisine is one of the most delicious in Italy!


One of the greatest European basilicas of San Petronio, the world’s longest covered gallery, Cineteca di Bologna, “Bologna Manhattan” – the falling towers of Garisenda and Asinelli.

Ghent, Belgium

Ghent is not as popular among tourists as Brussels, Bruges and Antwerp but it is no less interesting. It’s a small and very cozy city with many beautiful historic buildings, noisy hipster bars and museums. You will surely fall in love with it! Another reason to visit Ghent is the Museum of Fine Arts, which will host this year the largest exhibition in history dedicated to Jan Van Eyck, the main artist of the Northern Renaissance.


Museum of Fine Arts, the castle of the Counts of Flanders, which will impress you with its grandeur, the St Bavo’s Cathedral and the Ghent bell tower. We recommend to try the local cuisine at `t Klaverblad, Paul`s Boutique and Julie`s House.

Malaga, Spain

Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas so…how can be this city be boring?! If you want to discover Spain from new perspectives go to this charming port city located in southern Spain, in Andalusia. It has everything: a beautiful historic center, modern areas with high-rises and shopping centers, and clean beaches with perfect access to the sea. We strongly advise you to visit the Picasso Museum, which will impress you with its large collection.


In addition to the Pablo Picasso Museum, visit the Málaga Fortress, the Malaga Cathedral, the Roman Theater, Fortress Alcazaba and Gibralfaro. Spanish food you should try at García Taberna, La Proa de Teatinos, La Alacena de Francis, Bar Bululu Málaga and Beluga Málaga.


Lyon, France

Lyon is a city of stunning museums, large-scale architectural buildings, active cultural, gastronomic and university life, chic infrastructure. Green picturesque parks, promenades and the historic city center are the diamonds of Lyon, which are on the UNESCO list. Believe us, it will be one of your best discoveries this year!


Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière, Saint Jean Cathedral, old streets of Lyon, Tony Garnier Urban museum, Croix-Rousse quarter, museum of Fine Arts and the Saint-Nizier Church. For delicious and good food stop by L’Epicerie, A la pêche aux moules, Chez M’man and Aux 24 Colonnes.

Hamburg, Germany

Hamburg is a very authentic, hipster, charismatic and incredibly interesting city. It’s located at the junction of the Elbe River with the Alster and Bille Rivers: due to this fact it’s called German Venice. Hamburg is the third largest location for musicals in the world after New York and London. Annually, over 2 million spectators enjoy shows at various theatres throughout the city. And after that you still think to visit or not?!


Art Museum Kunsthalle, port, fish market, Staatsoper Hamburg, Speicherstadt, Elbe Philharmonic Hall, Alster Lake, Johannes Brahms Museum.

Oslo, Norway

The capital of Norway geographically is situated at the top of Oslofjord, enclosed by forests and mountains. There are about 40 islands in and around the city limits. The city is famous for its unique urban design, which is comfortable for the residents and visitors, amazing nature, a variety of museums and art galleries, bold architectural projects.


Oslo Fjord Coast, the Munch Museum, Vigeland Sculpture Park, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art.

Kotor, Montenegro

Kotor is situated at the deepest end of Boka Kotorska bay (Adriatic sea) where mount Lovcen and the sea encompass the town. This is absolutely what you need if you want to escape from the bustle of the city, everyday life and work.


A must in Kotor, in addition to leisurely walks and eating ice cream, is a cruise along the Bay of Kotor, a visit to Perast and Gospa od Skrpjela: when you’ll see this miraculous beauty, you will understand why Byron called the local landscapes the most beautiful meeting of land and sea in the world.

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