5 Recommended Travel to Famous Football Countries in EUROPE

Ah, Europe! Nan land far away that is full of natural charm, architecture, and traditions that seem to come from the world of fairy tales. Continent which is in the other part of the world has a lot of unique and magnificent areas that are often emulated in other parts of the world. But, of course, no one can match the uniqueness and idiosyncrasy of the original area.

Hence, visiting Europe will definitely not disappoint – let alone the most beautiful and instagenic regions below. No matter if you just want to beautify your Instagram, or want to look at and enjoy European aesthetics instantly, the regions below we suggest you visit at least once in a lifetime, deh!

1. Stortorget in Stockholm, Sweden

Stortorget di Stockholm

As one of the oldest city squares in Stockholm, Stortorget offers a panoramic view of the City of Stockholm in an enchanting past. This historic square has antique old buildings that are guaranteed to beautify your Instagram!

Except for colorful buildings, the zone around the Stortorget square also has old tracks that are still well preserved today. Getting around in this zone is one of the experiences that you must try, especially since this area is often the location of interesting events and shows, including the Stockholm Christmas Market!

Now, the city center square also offers a variety of restaurants and hangout areas to rest while eating delicious food in the pauses of your photo sessions. You could spend all day here, huh?

Curious? You can save on Stockholm with a round-trip ticket promo of as low as 9,000,000 IDR from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, you know!

2. La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, ​​Spain

La Sagrada Familia di Barcelona

Even though it’s still under construction, La Sagrada Familia is one of the destinations that you must visit, especially for taking photos! The tallest church in all of Europe with a height of 170 m above sea level has a far different appearance than the general Catholic church, especially because its design is also inspired by nature.

Did you know, if this church were built in 1882 by a famous architect from Catalonia named Antoni Gaudi? It is estimated that this church will be completed in 2026, 100 years after Antoni Gaudi’s death. Interesting right?

La Sagrada Familia di Barcelona

Barcelona City, Gaudi architect, Sagrada Familia Temple, spain, sunset (Photo by: Prisma by Dukas/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

Except historic, the church whose interior is dominated by white stones and shaped like nature will be truly appropriate to beautify your Instagram feed. You will be astonished when you look at this area, and be amazed especially after seeing the promo ticket back and forth to Rome as cheap as 9,000,000 IDR!

3. Keukenhof Flower Garden in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Taman Bunga Keukenhof di Amsterdam

As one of the largest flower gardens in all the world, Keukenhof offers a panoramic field of 32 hectares full of 7 million flowers that are planted annually. It’s the same size as 45 soccer fields!

Be prepared to be amazed by the many colors and fragrance of flowers that bloom in this garden! Starting from the famous Dutch tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, orchids, roses, carnations, irises, to lilies, you can get everything in Keukenhof Park. This area deserves to be dubbed the “European Garden”, yes!

Taman Bunga Keukenhof

Feasible with the blooming season of the Dutch Tulip, Keukenhof Park is opened every mid-March to mid-May, and is located about half an hour from Amsterdam and can be accessed by public transportation. The fun again, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines also offers round-trip ticket promos to Amsterdam starting from IDR 10,300,000. What are you waiting for?

4. Grossmunster in Zurich, Switzerland

Grossmunster di Zurich, Switzerland

Except for the iconic and instagenic landmarks, if you go up to the Grossmunster Church, you can feel the enchanting panorama of the City of Zurich from a height. Except for taking pictures outside, you are also obliged to try to take 187 little stairs to the southern tower of Karlsturm where you can see the old city of Zurich, Lake Zurich and the snow mountains from a distance.

Some of the photo tips here that we can suggest is that you should take photos at blue hour, or captive 10-30 minutes after the sun sets and before the sun rises. Except that, you should also leave early in the morning when the track is still quiet and the river is still quiet to receive a total photo of Zurich.

While taking pictures, it might be cool if you taste local dishes typical of Switzerland which are now quite viral – raclette! The melted cheese wheel dish originally from Switzerland is guaranteed to make you come back again.

Bonus: After bloating, you can update Instagram while shopping at the FREITAG Flagship Store. This super hipster stall building is made of containers or containers and is the tallest container building in the world, you know! Except instagrammable, this shop is also environmentally friendly by marketing high-quality recycled backpacks.

Behind the FREITAG Flagship Store, you can also eat delicious food at Frau Gerolds Garten, an outdoor food market that is also not instagenic!

And to optimize your time in Zurich, what if you went to Bern at the same time? A city like this fairytale country is really instagrammable even more so when winter is on the must-visit list. Don’t forget to check this 9,000,000 IDR round-trip ticket promo to Zurich!

5. Palais Garnier in Paris, France

Palais Garnier di Paris, Perancis

Famous for its luxury, Opera Garnier or Palais Garnier is a symbol of the splendor of Paris and evidence of the importance of art in the traditions of the French State. The opera house was first designed by Charles Garnier in 1861 and was named Salles des Capucines because of its location close to Boulevard des Capucines.

However, the grandeur of this opera house makes it better known by the name Palais Garnier or Garnier Palace. Must be magnificent really make people amazed, huh!

At the Palais Garnier, you must be confused about where you want to start taking pictures – because there are so many areas that are truly instagenic! Starting from the exterior of the building, the stairs in the main lobby, its hallways, to its giant hall adorned by bronze and crystal chandeliers weighing 7 tons.

The stage is even one of the biggest performances in the world. And for those who have watched the musical Phantom of the Opera, this area is also proven to be the source of musical ideas for such things, where the musical story is lifted from the concrete events that took place at Opera Garnier. Cool, right?

Interested in visiting this area? Then just save and see the round-trip ticket promo to Paris for as cheap as 9,000,000 IDR!