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THE BEST CITIES FROM EUROPE FOR A PICNIC THIS SUMMER



It's definitely the season for an outdoor meal, and if you're spending your vacation in Europe, here are some picnic locations that are most appreciated by locals and tourists, where you can enjoy a real experience in an oasis of peace and beauty while enjoying a relaxing lunch:


St. James Park, London

Among the countless beautiful places in London where you can enjoy a picnic, Saint James Park is definitely one of the best suited. The landscape here is of particular beauty, with generous meadows and gardens among the most colorful in London, a picture completed by wonderful birds, of very varied species.



Vondelpark, Amsterdam

Vondelpark it is one of the most famous parks in the Netherlands! About 10 million visitors come to this park every year to take advantage of its spacious areas with green meadows. It's the perfect place for a picnic! You can also take advantage of the many food and drink stands located all over the park.



Treptower Park, Berlin

Treptower Park in Berlin attracts many young people every day. The green areas and the immediate proximity to the Spree make it one of the top picnic spots in Berlin.



Margareta Island, Budapest

Margareta Island is the dream of any lover of urban nature: surrounded by the Danube, this centrally located island is actually a large park, close to the city, but far enough away that you can forget the hustle and bustle of the city.


Margareta Island has everything, from a spectacular musical artesian fountain, a zoological garden or medieval ruins to a unique Japanese garden and an enormous meadow - Nagyrét. Nagyrét hosts a number of plants and animals that are protected by law, so you have to be careful where exactly you set up the picnic area.



St Anne's Park, Dublin

St. Anne's Park is located in the Clontarf district of Dublin. The 240-acre park has many excellent spots for a picnic, or stroll through the park along the sea and nearby Bull Island after your meal.


Cinquatenaire Park, Brussels

The Cinquatenaire Park in Brussels has the shape of a pentagon and is adjacent to the European quarter. It is a popular place for joggers as well as outdoor classes such as yoga or aerobics. It's a good place to set up a picnic blanket, and the best corner is between the Arc de Triomphe and Schuman metro station. Not only does it offer you a view of the fountain with the impressive construction in the background, but at sunset you also have a majestic view of the sun setting between the arches.

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