A tour of Europe would be like a dream come true for many. But with so many attractions in Europe scattered across some of the most iconic cities in the world, it comes to no surprise that almost every traveler would find planning such a journey quite overwhelming. In addition, you would also need to focus on aspects like how to find nearby Halal food and what Muslim-friendly hotels in Europe are available for your stay. Keeping all your needs in mind, we have put together a 10D9N Itinerary which is perfect for your Muslim-friendly travel to Europe. So, get set for the ultimate European holiday experience with this amazing 10-day tour to catch a glimpse of some of the most beautiful cities in the world.
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Get set to be greeted by the majestic splendour of Europe as you set foot in the capital city of United Kingdom, London. Before you commence your journey this would be the first point at which you would need to find Halal accommodation in Europe. If you are looking for a super luxury experience, you might want to consider hotels like The Dorchester, Bulgari Hotel or The Landmark which are some of the best Muslim-friendly hotels in Europe.
Once you have had time to settle down you can enjoy a lovely tour of the city of London and witness some of the iconic sights of the city including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London.
Now that you have got a flavour of what’s in store for you in this wonderful continent, it’s time to set off to the ‘City of Light” – Paris. There are many ways you can travel to Paris from London and one of the cheapest options available is by train and would cost you about € 40 – 50. Crossing the English Channel would be a truly amazing experience to prepare you for the allure of the most romantic destinations in the world.
Make sure you get your cameras ready as a tour of Paris will cover some of the most talked about attractions in Europe like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe and Louvre museum. For dinner, you could stop by the very beautiful Paris Restaurant located in the Grand Mosque and enjoy a variety of exquisite European cuisines.
Day 2 was packed with many sightseeing opportunities so on day 3 you can tone things down and enjoy a free day out in the city. This gives you the perfect chance to enjoy some shopping in Europe. Here are some of the top places to shop ’till you drop in Paris.
Many travel to Europe to witness the medieval splendour on display. One of the best stops to enjoy just this is Bruges, Belgium which is also referred to as the "Venice of the North". As you enjoy a city tour of some of the most historic landmarks like the Town Hall Square and Our Lady's Church you could also enjoy a quiet picnic with friends and family overlooking the breath-taking Minnewater Lake.
Belgium is a proud nation with much to offer its visitors, and on the next day of your tour, you can head off to Brussels to explore more historic wonders like the Atomium, Palace of Justice and Grand Place. Lookout for popular eateries like Ce Soir, Touareg, La Khaima and La Medina which are some of the best Halal food places in Europe.
Next, you can cross canals and green pastures to take you to the next point in this epic journey, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Apart from the scenic landscapes, the city is also an art lover’s paradise with many artistic venues such as Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Madame Tussauds Amsterdam. You can also enjoy nearly half a day at the Science Centre NEMO with is amazing waterfront, museum and interactive science exhibits.
During the next two days of your journey, you can spend time exploring the wonders of Germany. Frankfurt and Stuttgart are great cities to concentrate your tour activities during this time. The Frankfurt Marriott Hotel, Novum Hotel Boulevard Stuttgart City, IntercityHotel Stuttgart and Best Western Hotel Stuttgart are some great Muslim-friendly hotels in Europe to consider as accommodation.
As your tour draws to an end, you can travel to Zurich, the global centre for banking and finance. As one of the main cities in Switzerland, you will find an ample number of things to do here like visiting attractions like Lake Zurich, Grossmünster and the Swiss National Museum. You can even enjoy some last-minute shopping in Bahnhofstrasse – known as one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world and even find more affordable options at the Manor or H&M. Since you will be spending much time in the city you might want to buy a ZurichCARD that gives you 72 hours’ access to public transport. You can leave Europe in style from the Zurich airport, the largest airport in Switzerland with many memories of this truly remarkable journey.