U.S. tourists may soon require a visa if they want to visit Europe, including popular destinations such as London, Paris and Rome.
The European Parliament just voted on the decision to end the visa waiver program with the U.S., many speculating that this was a response to not dropping the visa requirements for a few E.U member states. In 2014, Australia and Canada agreed to to lift some of the visa requirements while the U.S still continued to require visas for five states: Croatia, Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, and Cyprus.
If you’re planning to visit Europe, it is a good idea to book a trip sooner than later to avoid all the hassles of getting a visa!
TripAdvisor just released the top museums to visit in Europe based on the popularity of visitors and the quality. Here’s the top 10 Museums to add to your plans when planning your next trip to Europe.
1) State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia has over 1 million art pieces, including art from famous artists such as Picasso, Matisse, and Rembrandt.
2) Musee d’Orsay in Paris, France
3) Prado National Museum in Madrid, Spain
4) British Museum in London, UK
5) Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece
6) Vasa Museum in Stockholm, Sweden
7) London’s Victoria & Albert Museum in London, UK
8) Musee du Louvre, famous for its’ Mona Lisa painting by Leonardo da Vinci
9) Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Netherlands
10) Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands
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