OROGOLD Reviews the Most Glamorous Cities in Europe

//OROGOLD Reviews the Most Glamorous Cities in Europe

Excited woman exploring a glamorous cityWith holiday planning about to begin in full swing, it certainly makes sense to find out more about the most glamorous cities in Europe. The glittering bodies, beautiful lights, sexy people, champagne fuelled parties, world class brands and fashion forward environment can really do wonders in transforming your holidays and ensuring that you have a blast. In this article, OROGOLD Cosmetics reviews some of the most glamorous cities in Europe. This article from OROGOLD shall help you pick out some of the most stylish cities in Europe that cater to your every whim and allow you do indulge in all sorts of dreams and fancies.

Marbella, Spain

Marbella, Costa Del Sol’s most glamorous destination, is known to draw thousands of sun seekers each and every year. The city has emerged as one of the icons of the good life. It offers you with plenty of beaches and mountains and also ensures that there is never a shortage of gourmet food and fine wine. The presence of world class hotels and resorts also ensures that you have an indulgent experience awaiting you every time you travel to Marbella.

Paris, France

Paris is a city that is known to live in between its world class attractions. The city enjoys an undeniable charm and beauty and it is home to some of the sexiest and richest people on the planet. And you really cannot expect the world’s most visited city to be anything but glamorous, can you? The City of Lights certainly offers visitors with the very best of arts, architecture and culture, but its real charms lie in its food, its fashion and its glamorous lifestyle. Things like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, the Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Arc de Triomphe are bound to delight you, but what people love the most about the city is everything that happens in between all the sightseeing.

Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza is the island that gave the world rave parties. It is the perfect destination for clubbing and its world famous bars and megaclubs attract all sorts of stars and celebrities. The ideal time to visit Ibiza is between the months of June to September, provided you don’t mind dancing and drinking through the night. Ibiza is perfect for the party-crazy and fashion conscious crowd and it is always full of European footballers, world famous DJs, international celebrities and fashionistas. Apart from all the glitz and glamor and some of the swankiest properties on the planet, the island is also home to breathtaking scenery and exotic beaches.

Sveti Stefan, Montenegro

Montenegro’s breathtaking coastline is no longer a local secret. People all over the world have been drawn to the country’s breathtaking natural beauty and the Sveti Stefan Island is the first destination that most celebrities choose when traveling to Montenegro. The island was a simple fishing community for centuries until it was bought over and converted into a world class resort. The resort instantly became a huge hit with international stars and its guest list features names like Queen Elizabeth II and Sofia Loren. The resort might have lost its appeal in the 1990s, but it has now managed to reinvent and renovate itself into one of the most glamorous destinations in Europe.

Gstaad, Switzerland

Gstaad, an iconic Swiss wintertime destination, is known to be a favorite among the rich and the famous. European royalty, international celebrities and stars are known to hang out in this picturesque destination and enjoy some quality time away from the prying eyes and the paparazzi. Gstaad is a beautiful tiny village that is home to the iconic Gstaad Palace, one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. The skiing might be a wee bit disappointing, but the glitz and glamor that this place has to offer are among the best. From the exquisite boutiques that line up the main street to the delightful fondue, from A-list party establishments to world famous brands, this tiny village really knows how to turn on the heat.

Bordeaux, France

Bordeaux is a port city located in Southwest France that is most popular as the wine capital of the world. Wine has been produced in this region ever since the eighth century and some of the most iconic wine makers in the world have their vineyards and wineries here. The city is also famous for its majestic architecture and private wine tours are the best way to explore the glamor that the city has to offer. Apart from exquisite wine tastings, these tours also offer dishes made by Michelin starred chefs.

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is the place to be if you’re looking to have a blast. Most of the old age cities look their age, but Barcelona manages to keep reinventing itself into one of the most youthful and fashionable cities in Europe. It boasts of breathtaking architecture, a unique style, delicious cuisines, non-stop partying and fashion conscious people. You might think that Paris is the most fashionable and glamorous city in the world, but you have no idea what these two words truly mean until you visit Barcelona.

Cote d’Azur, France

Cote d’Azur is home to world famous towns like Monte Carlo, Cannes and Nice. These destinations are so unique among themselves that it seems as if they have been inspired by grand-masters like Picasso and Matisse. If you are searching for a place that offers you with the most glamorous sights and attractions, Cote d’Azur is the place to be. Hire a yacht, visit a private beach, gamble in one of the world class casinos, shop in style or explore A-list resorts. The options are endless.

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2015-01-23T02:34:32+00:00January 23rd, 2015|Around the World|

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