Places to visit this September

Taking a break and going for a holiday in September is an amazing thing to do especially when your holiday destination is somewhere in Europe. Most parts of Europe are warm and sunny that time of the year. Definitely, you’ll enjoy outdoor activities. If you are deciding to visit any European getaway this September, here are two cool destinations you might be interested in or you would prefer to spend your time playing free online slots or real money casino games indoor.

Gdansk-Poland

It is one of the unique old cities in Europe located on the Baltic coast of Poland. Gdansk is popularly known in history for its role during the World War ll. The city has many beautiful places to visit including museums, historical monuments, and ancient buildings stretching back to 16th Century.  One of the greatest museums in this city is the Gingerbread Museum with more than 400 years in existence. At this museum, you’ll have fun with baking biscuits using ingredients such as honey, flour, and hand-made spices. There are also some cool places to visit such as Ornate Hall and the Grycan shop.

Milan-Italy

Milan is popularly known as the fashion hub in the world where some of greatest fashion designers in history came from. Well, it is not only about fashion in this Italian city and it also offers a lot of fun activities. In September the daytime temperature averages 24°C. One of the best attractions in Milan is Leonardo da Vinci’s which is Prada fashion show, get hooked with the latest fashion and meet some of the celebrities. Enjoy the warm weather on a cruise boat in the Navigli two waterways (the Naviglio Grande and the Naviglio Pavese). Moreover, visit one of the historical stadiums in football- AC Milan’s home ground “San Siro Stadium”. Watching a match at San Siro certainly, gives you an unforgettable experience of Milan. You can also engage in online gaming there. Most importantly enjoy the tasty Italian food at different restaurants and also experience best of the good night life of streets of Milan.

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