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Top 5 Cities in Europe in September

Here is a list of 10 cities I would like to visit in Europe Interrailing. Looking for the top 5

Paris in September

©2007 Courtney Traub September has always been one of my favorite months in the city of light. There's a sense of transition that I've always found exciting, as summer laziness culminates and a surge of energy from "la rentrée"-- that very French concept that translates roughly as "back to school" but concerns adults too-- falls over the city.

Venice in September

September usually starts with a buzz, as Venetians return to find their city in the cinematic spotlight with the annual Venice Film Festival. The buzz continues with the Regata Storica, Venice's biggest boat racing event of the year. Early September - Venice Film Festival.

Belgrade, Serbia, September 2010

Three days in Belgrade, Serbia

September in Amsterdam - Travel Advice, Weather & Events

September in Amsterdam, at its best, mixes the mild weather of late summer with the perks of the off-peak travel season (which it isn't -- just yet). Summer crowds thin out, and competition for the best hotels and hostels isn't as fierce; airfares and other travel costs can be much lower in comparison with summer rates.

Rome, Italy

Eternal Rome is the capital of Italy. It sits on the Tiber River in the Lazio region, and is the country's largest and most populous city. The history of Rome spans a fascinating two and a half thousand years and has left an imprint on many a modern day culture.

Bucharest, Romania

Discover Bucharest with Joguru's Bucharest Travel Guide with tourist attractions in Romania, Bucharest tourist attractions, sightseeing, Bucharest night life to enjoy holidays in Romania with Bucharest Tourism

Prague Events in September 2013

Prague events in September 2013 from Prague Experience - your complete tourist information guide to Prague

Florence, Italy

The birthplace of opera, and the Italian Renaissance where pioneers like Dante, Petrach and Boccaccio, the use of language other than Latin, or Filippo Brunelleschi and Leon Batist'Alberti who invented Renaissance and neoclassical architecture, forever changing the face of cities all over Europe.

Barcelona, Spain

Get your Barcelona travel guide to the top tourist attractions, hostels, hotels, things to do in, nightlife, & restaurants. JoGuru a social travel network for Barcelona tourist to meet locals & Barcelona travel companions, share & find tourist information on Barcelona, Spain.

Vienna, Austria

Get to know Vienna Austria with Vienna Travel Guide that includes information on Tourist attractions Vienna, nightlife in Vienna Austria, Vienna sightseeing tours and Vienna Austria Attractions

Venice, Italy

Venice is a popular Italian Travel destination, get information on tourism in Venice, attractions in Venice, Sightseeing in Venice and Day trip to Venice through Venice Travel Guide and plan your trips to Venice

Krakow, Poland

Krakow is renowned for being the cultural capital of Poland. It boasts 140 monasteries and churches, 50 museums, 100 art galleries, 11 universities and academies and 600 monuments. An old town, Krakow is dubbed a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of twelve most important cultural sites in the world Climate: Krakow is mainly characterized by average and moderate temperatures, rainy season and snowfall.

48 Hours In: Belgrade

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