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Bay of Orosei, Cala Mariolu, Italy

The Most Popular Free Attractions in Europe 🤑 🌍

We always like to save money when we travel and we like it best when we can get something great for free! That's why we don't want to withhold the most popular free sights in Europe from you. The vacation home platform Casago conducted a study based on TripAdvisor reviews to determine the world's most popular free attractions, including the most popular in Europe. We'll tell you what they are here.

Top 10 Free Attractions in Europe

Published by
Leslie·9/22/2023
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The 10 Most Popular Free Attractions in Europe

  1. Luc Vanlaere Harpist, Bruges (Belgium)

  2. Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon (Wales)

  3. Cala Mariolu, Sardinia (Italy)

  4. Glacier Lagoon, Jökulsárlón (Iceland)

  5. Gower Peninsula (Wales)

  6. Spiaggia dei Conigli (Rabbit Beach), Lampedusa (Italy)

  7. Menin Gate, Ypres (Belgium)

  8. Cimetière Américain de Normandie (Normandy American Cemetery), Colleville-sur-Mer (France)

  9. Basilica Papale e Sacro Convento di San Francesco, Assisi (Italy)

  10. Sassi di Matera, Matera (Italy)

Bruges in First Place

According to Casgo, the most popular is the instrument maker and harpist Luc Vanlaere in Bruges. He invites you to a 40-minute harbor concert from Wednesday to Saturday—completely free! However, donations are still welcome.

Blaenavon in Second Place

The town of Blaenavon in south Wales secured second place. It is not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site but also known for its former coal mine, which has now been converted into a museum: the Big Pit National Coal Museum. Entry here is free, as is the case with all Welsh national museums.

Cala Mariolu in Number Three

Third place could hardly be nicer, as it is a beach in Sardinia. The dream beach is located in a nature reserve and is surrounded by 1640-foot-high cliffs. It is not without reason that it is repeatedly voted one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. If you want to check off several of the free attractions at once, Italy is the right place for you. There are four of the top 10 here.

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