Free Tourist Attractions, Travel Activities and Fun Things to do in Europe

A European travel guide and directory with free tourist attractions, activities, tourism information and other Free things to do in Europe. With free travel information for European cities including London, Paris, Madrid, Rome, Amsterdam and Berlin. Backpackers Backpacking through Europe will find these free tourist attractions and free things to do very usefull. For travellers who are backpacking, The free tourist attractions in this travel guide are perfect. When travelling in Europe you want to visit the famous tourist attractions. They all cost you money. Try a few free things to do. They are fun and with the money you save, upgrade your Hostel. Flying to Europe? Our flights page has links to all major European airlines and also one of the cheapest online booking services. Free tourist attractions, activities and free things to do in this travel guide will take you away from the cities. Away from attractions where travellers are crowding, leading you to Europe's best little secrets. All travel information, tourist attractions and things to do listed in this European travel guide were free at the time of publishing. However, a tourist operator can change the way they offer their attraction or activity. We will not take responsibility for this but we will appreciate your feedback. Enjoy your backpacking or luxury European Vacation/Holiday!

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Remaining Sections of the Berlin Wall at Checkpoint Charlie

Remaining section of Berlin Wall at Check Point Charlie

This outdoor exhibition displays information to visitors on three different topics. The photo gallery at Checkpoint Charlie was conceived and realized by the Berliner Forum für Geschichte und Gegenwart e. The exhibition aims to interest visitors in seeing these other sites and in taking a closer look at these issues and events. What began as […]

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Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris is Over 800 Years Old

Notre Dame Cathedral

by: John Vosburgh Notre-Dame de Paris is very old, over 800 years old! Appointed bishop of Paris in 1160, Maurice de Sully decided to give the capital a cathedral worthy of France’s largest city. He wanted to build it in the style of the day, now known as the gothic style. King Louis VII, one […]

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Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Located in Berlin Germany

By: boutmuet Just outside Berlin, over 50,000 innocent victims of the Nazis perished in Sachsenhausen in conditions of appalling brutality. The camp became a training ground for the execution of the Holocaust and ultimately the center of the whole concentration camp system. After the Nazis were defeated, the Soviets turned the camp into a gulag […]

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Traditional Dutch Cheese Markets at the Waagplein in Alkmaar

cheese markets alkmaar

Every friday from 10:00 in the morning until 12.30 pm on Waagplein.The cheesemarket Alkmaar takes place from April until September every year. Thousands of visitors from all over the world visit Alkmaar for its cheese market,a particular spectacle which includes a market filled with cheese and hauling cheese carriers. The cheese market has taken place on the Waagplein in Alkmaar since […]

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Arguably the Best Preserved Roman Building is the Pantheon


Doobie Ann Commisioned by Marcus Agrippaas a temple to all the gods of Ancient Rome and then rebuilt by Emperor Hadrian in about 126 AD, the Pantheon with a portico of three ranks of huge granite Corinthian columns. After two thousand years after it was built, the Pantheon’s dome is still the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. It is […]

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Watch Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace in London


by: Edwin11 The Changing of the Guards in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, where the Buckingham Palace detachment has formed up to await their arrival. These two detachments are the Old Guard. Meanwhile the New Guard is forming up and are awaiting inspection by the Adjutant on the parade square at Wellington Barracks. The Band, having […]

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