Most Visited Cities In Europe

The 7 Most Visited Cities In Europe In 2019

Did you know that 55% of the world’s population lives in cities today? There are 33 megacities—cities with more than 10 million people living in them. Not only that, by 2030 there will be six more. As for the top 7 most visited cities in Europe in 2019? We’ve got the up-to-date stats.

Two European cities made it into the Top 10 of world’s most visited cities last year (London at No.3 and Paris at No. 6), with mainly countries from Western Europe featuring.

Most Visited Cities In Europe In 2019

1. London – UK (19,233.0 million)

Big Ben, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and means London stays front and centre. There’s always plenty of things to see and do here for visitors of all ages.

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2. Paris – France (17,560.2 million)

The City Of Love will continue to be one of the world’s most loved holiday destinations. Its biggest attractions? The Eiffel Tower and great cuisine.

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3. Rome – Italy (10,065.4 million)

Drink incredible wine, see the Vatican and the Colosseum in Italy’s must-visit city.

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4. Prague – Czech Republic (8,948.6 million)

Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” Prague is an affordable option for many young travellers.

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5. Amsterdam – Netherlands (8,354.2 million)

A wonderful city to explore – by bike, tram or foot. It’s no wonder that Amsterdam is a consistently popular choice.

6. Barcelona – Spain (6,714.5 million)

Home to Gaudi’s iconic works of art, a scenic beachfront and cosy tapas bars, it’s no wonder Barcelona appeals to so many.

Most Visited Cities In Europe

7. Milan – Italy (6,481.3 million)

The stylish fashion capital has incredible cathedrals, green city parks and a thriving food and drink scene.

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This data was taken from Euromonitor International’s annual city arrivals report – see the full list here.

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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