Frequent destinations of the traditional travel around Europe made by upper class young men (17th-19th centuries)
|Cilento and Vallo di Diano||Paestum|
|Lavaux, Vineyard Terraces||Obligatory stop to unwind before passing the Alps and going on to Rome (nomination file)|
|Muskauer Park||Prince Hermann von P?ckler-Muskau was an avid traveller who went on a very extensive Grand Tour, at which he was inspired by new (exotic) ideas for his gardens|
|Paris, Banks of the Seine|
|Piazza del Duomo (Pisa)|
|Pont du Gard||From the 18th century onwards, particularly after the construction of the new road bridge, it became a famous staging-post for travellers on the Grand Tour (wiki)|
|Residences of the Royal House of Savoy|
|Rome||In essence, the Grand Tour was neither a scholarly pilgrimage nor a religious one, though a pleasurable stay in Venice and a residence in Rome were essential. (wiki)|
|Royal Palace at Caserta|
|Santa Maria delle Grazie|
|Vatican City||As part of the trip to Rome|
|Venice and its Lagoon|
|Vicenza and the Palladian Villas|
|Villa Adriana (Tivoli)|
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