The most famous squares in Europe

When we visit any city, there are always a series of places that we like to visit, and wherever you go you will always like to see something in particular. For example, anywhere you like to visit its cathedral, its main square , its old town … Today I will focus on the most important squares in Europe , all of them famous throughout the world and almost the first point of interest for any tourist who visit that city.

All these squares are surrounded by other places of interest , shops, restaurants, bars … In addition, all of them hold various events throughout the year, so they become an essential place for your visit.

Trafalgar square

It is one of the main landmarks in London and one of the most famous squares not only in Europe but also around the world. It is in the heart of the city and there the entry into the new year and all kinds of parties are celebrated, as well as giant screens to follow the most important sporting events. It has several spectacular fountains and monuments like Nelson’s Column .

Piazza Navona

The main square in Rome is very famous for having several sculptures and fountains, such as the famous Fountain of Neptune or the Fountain of the Four Rivers. It is surrounded by some of the great attractions of the city, such as the Braschi Palace, which houses the Museum of Rome.

Old Market Square

Although Poland is not one of the main tourist destinations, this square is one of the most famous. It is in Poznan , a beautiful medieval city. This square is right in the center and is one of the best places to spend several hours. There are several historical buildings there, such as the Guard Corps or the Old Town Hall.

Red Square

Red Square
The most important square in Moscow is recognized practically all over the world thanks to the fact that it is one of the most beautiful squares and houses the Kremlin , one of the main points of interest in the whole country. There is also the Cathedral of Saint Basil, which is truly spectacular.

Concorde Square

concord square
This Parisian square is at the end of the Champs Elysees , in the most touristic area of ​​the city. There you will find the Obelisk of Luxor, which has several very ancient hieroglyphs.