Why London and Paris are now the top cities for sightseeing in the EU

The European Union is now the biggest destination for sightseekers around the world.

With the arrival of the new season and a growing number of visitors, London has become the main European city to visit and the world’s biggest city.

London is home to some of the world-class attractions, including the Royal Albert Hall, which has been open since 1888, the Houses of Parliament, which have been in use since 1798, and the Eiffel Tower.

London has been home to a range of world-famous cultural institutions including the Tate Modern, the Royal Opera House and the British Museum, and is home, for the most part, to the Royal National Theatre.

It is also home to the London Eye, the iconic British National Gallery and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which was built in 1889.

The London skyline, as seen from the top of St Paul’s Cathedral, is visible from all over the city.

The French capital is the capital of France, and hosts the European headquarters of the European Union.

Paris is the second-largest city in the European union, with about 30 million inhabitants and a population of about 6 million.

It hosts the headquarters of all the EU institutions, and has also been home for the European Commission, which advises the European Parliament.

In 2017, it was named as one of the top 10 most attractive cities in the world for tourism by TripAdvisor.

Paris and London also have a long history.

During the Franco-Prussian War of 1870, Paris hosted the first World War.

It was a military base for Napoleon Bonaparte, who led the French army to victory in the first round of the war.

The first World Wars were fought on the French and German fronts, with the French in the British Isles and the Germans in the Ottoman Empire.

The second and third World Wars followed, with many of the conflicts taking place in France.

Paris also served as a naval base for the Royal Navy during the Spanish-American War.

The city was the first European capital to have a national stadium, the Stade de France.

The last major World War fought in Paris took place in World War II.

Paris was the capital for a brief time after the Second World War, when the French capital was evacuated to the French Channel and the Allies invaded France in the autumn of 1940.

France was then occupied by the Nazis in 1945, and France was part of the Third Reich from 1940 to 1945.

The City of Light, as it is known, is one of Europe’s most important sights and has been a landmark of the Parisian skyline for centuries.

It also features in the film, the London Bridge.

Paris hosts many cultural events, including an annual opera festival, the International Jazz Festival, a world-renowned ballet, a concert and a symphony orchestra, as well as the World Festival of the Arts, which attracts some of Europe ‘s most acclaimed artists.

In 2019, the city hosted the International Astronaut Congress.

The World’s Fair is a global celebration of all things science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

The annual World’s Fairs are held around the globe.

The fair, which takes place annually from July 1 to July 15, brings together some of world’s most famous companies and organizations to showcase their latest products and innovations.

It features a number of international events, such as the International Consumer Electronics Show, the Mobile World Congress and the International Motor Show.

Paris’ skyline is a spectacular, two-dimensional sightseeing experience, with stunning views of the city and its environs.