6 must-see European destinations this summer

by www.torontosun.com
With its great cities, rich museums and small, hilltop towns, Europe will always hold an allure for Canadians. But it can be expensive given our suffering loonie. It also can get mighty crowded in summer. So here are some ideas for visiting both well-known and less-visited destinations in Europe this year.
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