Europe, January 2016 – Waiting in line is the great enemy of travellers. That’s how it is. For example, you go to Paris and you want to see the Mona Lisa in the Louvre. Okay, usually no problem, unless you face the worst enemy of a traveller: those damn lines. If you’re not careful, the queue you’ll find at the box office can be several hours long. It’s not the first time it happens. And the same with many other visits, trips and activities anywhere in the world.

Because of this, we advise you not to wait until the last minute to book your tickets (mainly for major attractions) because it can cost you dearly, and especially it can make you lose a lot of time. Skip the line now, please.

And how can you travel without waiting in line? The answer is easy. We selected 6 interesting monuments in 6 European cities where you can make reservations online and skip the waiting line. Don’t risk it.

The Prado Museum in Madrid. Little can be said that hasn’t been said already about the most important museum in Spain. You need time to visit it, it’s not something you can do in a hurry. It has impressive works, especially from the 16th to the 19th centuries. The best of the best artists like Velazquez, El Greco, Goya, Rubens, El Bosco, Tiziano, Zurbaran, Rafael, Tintoretto and Van Dyck, among others.
Visit it skipping the line.

Palma Aquarium. If you visit Palma de Mallorca, it’s worth it to see their aquarium. Home to over 8,000 animals of 700 different species distributed in 55 large tanks. Especially interesting is the jellyfish tank, where there are more than 50 species of jellyfish floating before our eyes like glowing ghosts; and the Big Blue, the deepest shark aquarium in Europe with 3.5 million liters of saltwater.
Visit it skipping the line.

The Eiffel Tower in Paris. Honestly, it’s not enough to see it from outside. You have to climb it. The Eiffel Tower is beautiful. A symbol of elegance, but there is something even nicer: admiring the city of Paris from the top of this monument. At 324 meters high, the city’s entire panorama will give you goosebumps.
Visit it skipping the line.

The Dome in Florence. The Dome is one of the great architectural symbols of the country. Its famous red-tiled dome, its slender bell tower and its extraordinary pink, white and green marble facade are breathtaking. It’s well worth climbing the spiral staircase to reach the top railing. The views are wonderful. The final part of the climb rewards you with an unforgettable 360-degree view of Florence.
Visit it skipping the line.

The Edinburgh Dungeon. A historical experience. It’s like diving into the fantastic history of Scotland. The Edinburgh Dungeon uses live actors. It includes a boat trip to the den of cannibal Sawney Bean, ghostly phantoms, historical characters, medieval castles, mysterious mazes, dungeons, vampires …
Visit it skipping the line.

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. A genius work of art. Unique. Climbing into Sagrada Familia is more than just a visit, it’s understanding the spirit of one of the most fabulous creators of history: Antonio Gaudí. Out of the 18 towers that Gaudi designed eight were built so far, four on each side, and two of them are accessible by elevator. Large crowds of people are always queuing to buy tickets.
Visit it skipping the line.

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