Top 20 Travel And Vacation Destinations In Europe

Cheryl Brite April 27th 2016 Travel
You know that trip you’ve always wanted to take to Europe? Well you can finally afford to go after all the money you’ve saved up for vacation. It's so exciting. Where will you go? What will you do? The possibilities are endless. Start your European vacation today.
1. Rome, Italy
Nothing beats Italian cooking as it travels through the city and lures you into its trap. You’ll never eat better food than in the city of Rome. The Colosseum and St. Peter’s Basilica are two great sites that travelers will have to see to be amazed. These historical sites have stood the test of time and will continue to for many years to come. Don't miss out on this opportunity to be a part of the culture. Make you trip to Rome this instant.
When you're in Rome, you should visit the Pantheon. The architecture of the church is so amazing when the sunlight comes through the open ceiling. Experience the When In Rome Tours where you will not only learn the history of Rome but taste the best wine of Italy. Walk around the Pizza Navona and take pictures with friends and family in front of this landmark of Italian history. Taste the food of Rome in places like I Vicini Bistrot, Likeat, Pinsere Roma, and other delectable restaurants. Rest comfortably in hotels like Deko Rome, Portrait Roma, Hotel Santa Maria, and so many more luxurious places to rest your head at night in Rome.
2. Paris, France
This iconic Eiffel Tower is a sight to marvel at, especially at night when it lights up for everyone to see. The Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay museums contain the art and history of this beautiful city. Arc de Triomphe is a monument you shouldn’t just walk past. You should stop and appreciate the time it took to build this symbol of Paris. It's amazing! You can’t leave Paris without traveling to the Notre Dame church because the architecture of this building is so magnificent in its intricate nature.
In Paris you can see the Les Catacombes where the bones of bodies grace the walls of this unusual looking memorial. After the catacombs have thoroughly creeped you out, you can make your way to the Shakespeare & Company bookstore that nurtures old books as well as its writers who come in and out of its shop. Take a tour of Paris as your eyes witness the beauty of the Versailles Palace and Gardens where you can go inside the palace for a fee. See the modern architecture of the Institut du Monde Arabe and enjoy the concerts, film screenings, and research centre that are shown in this majestic landmark of Paris. Taste the American, Mexican, Fusion, and desserts in the restaurants in Paris. Verjus, Chez Michel, Sola, and Dessance are some of those places where your taste buds will never be the same.
3. Barcelona, Spain
The elaborate, detailed castles are what first catches your eye. They represent the traditional style of Barcelona. Make sure to take your camera! When you’ve seen enough architecture to knock your socks off, the beach is a great place to relax with Sangria. After your time at the beach, it’s time to hit the clubs and party until the sun comes up. In the morning Las Rambla is a place where you can truly see the artistic culture of the city.
In Barcelona you can enter the Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catalana and see the amazing architecture of the ceiling that will keep you entertained for days. Don't miss the entertaining performances of the opera singers because their voices are truly transcendent. The historic landmark of the Gothic Quarter is in the perfect setting in the Roman Village. Its enchanting environment will let you discover new and interesting parts of Barcelona that you've never seen before. Uma, Tast-Lier, Can Dende, and other restaurants are great places to experience the cuisine of Barcelona. Relax and get ready for the next days of vacation in hotels like Alma Barcelona, Olivia Balmes Hotel, and the El Palace Hotel.
4. Berlin, Germany
This city carries the history of the Holocaust with its memorials and while this history is nothing but somber, it carries a weight that still impacts the people of Berlin today. When you visit the memorial, thinking about what happened at the time and how it got to this point will move you. It will make you appreciate your life much more. The history of the fall of the Berlin Wall has done wonders for this lively city. On a lighter note the active nightlife, the great food, fashion, and museums will charm you in a new and exciting way you have never experienced before. Explore Berlin today!
See the Berlin Philharmonic where the orchestra's performances will keep you coming back every time you come to Berlin. Make the Pergamon Museum your next stop in Berlin. The mosaic like architecture of the building will astound you as you run your hands against the smooth texture. Inside you will see ancient artifacts mostly from Mesopotamia as well as Islamic Art from Syria to Spain. Taste the cuisine of Focaccino, Heising, Skykitchen, and so much more. Have a great stay at the Das Stue, Regent Berlin, Grand Hyatt Berlin, and so many more hotels where you can rest your head after a great time in Berlin.
5. Budapest, Hungary
It’s a budget friendly place for young people where the beauty of the architecture, low priced food, and the culture should be appreciated. Budapest should be attracting you right about now. A thermal bath is just what you need after your long trip to Budapest. Once you’re content and relaxed, the club scene is where you want to be. In case you didn’t know Budapest is the political capital of Hungary. You should really know this piece of information before you go because the last thing you want to do is embarrass yourself in a foreign land.
Budapest's Parliament is a government building that oddly looks like an ancient fairy tale castle. To get an up close and personal history of Berlin walking tours are available to see all the popular sites of Berlin where the tour guides are passionate about what they're talking about. From the river tour you can see Danube and how it divides the city as well as its colorful buildings. The Faust Wine Cellar is a great spot to drink great wine and have good conversation with the host who has an extensive knowledge of Hungarian wine. Comme Chez Soi, Lucky 7 Burgers, and the Onyx Restaurant are places in Budapest where your taste buds must eat. Lie your weary head at any hotel in Budapest like the Aria Hotel Budapest, the Hotel Parliament, and the Bohem Art Hotel where you'll rest before the next day of your vacation begins.
6. Lisbon, Portugal
Find your perfect hotel first when you come to Lisbon. Places like the Valverde Hotel, Britania Hotel, and the Olissippo Lapa Palace are some of the hotels where you can rest your head before your vacation truly begins. Once you've gotten past jet lag and sleep, it's time to wake up and experience Lisbon. The Oceanario de Lisboa is the perfect place to start. You'll see colorful, exotic fish swim by as you look into the aquarium, and you can also enjoy some shopping afterwards. The Museu da Fundacao is an art museum where you can find diverse collections of art like tapestries, paintings, furniture, porcelain, rugs, and so much more.
Explore the city of Lisbon from on foot, to on a segway, a shuttle, and so much more. Who knew there were so many ways to learn about this wonderful city? The Mosteiro dos Jeronimos is an amazing historical site that is well preserved for your eyes to see. Visit the gardens of Miradouro Sao Pedro de Alcantara where the breathtaking sites of the city will make you feel so small but amazed. You're hungry right about now from seeing the sites of Lisbon. Belcanto, Red Frog Speakeasy Bar, and Frade dos Mares are just some of the delectable places where you can taste European cuisine.
7. Florence, Italy
Apparently Florence is more authentic than Rome. It gives visitors a better taste of Italian culture. Pasta, sauce, cheese, and bread are of course the main food groups of this culture that you must indulge in. If you're looking to go on vacation to be eat healthy, think again. When you’re finished indulging, you can walk off the mouthwatering cuisine by admiring Michelangelo’s David. You can get a real workout as you climb to the top of Duomo.
In Florence you can also see the landmarks like Cupola del Brunelleschi where the patterns on the walls and dome on the outside of the building are just as amazing as the masterpiece of the ceiling. The detail of the renaissance art is mind blowing to the eyes. Taste the wine and tour around the city of Florence in a car, on a boat, and by foot. Visit the Accademia Gallery museum where you can see the David statue in all its glory. When you're starving, you should make your way to any one of Florence's restaurants. Panini Toscani, Fuoco MAtto, and Paulistano Ristorante are some of the places where you can taste sandwiches, italian food, and steak.
8. London, England
The iconic, majestic bridge stands tall and proud against the backdrop of London. When you can manage to tear your eyes away from the bridge, fish and chips sound like a great idea to satisfy your appetite at a local pub. The world-class British Museum, the London Tower, and Leicester Square are other iconic sites in London that you cannot miss or else you’ve never really been to London. While London’s hotel prices are far from ideal, it will be worth it as you step out of your hotel and into the culture of London. Book your trip to London today! You'll have a great time.
Make your way over to the National Gallery in the center of London. It may be small, but its impressionist collection is something you can't miss out on. Experience the theatre and shows like Les Miserable, The Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, The Book of Mormon, Matilda, and so many more inspiring musicals. You can learn how to make your own bread at Bread Angels and have fun doing it. Bike around London and learn the culture as you ride through its streets. When you can take your eyes off of the majestic Big Ben, you can get something to eat at places like the Gastronhome, The Five Fields, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, and so much more.
9. Amsterdam, Netherlands
The eccentricity of the architecture represents the culture of Amsterdam. If you’ve been to this city, you know it’s notorious for its coffee shop culture. You love coffee. Being an avid biker, you’ll love to ride along the canals and eat French fries, which are popular among the people of this city. Once you’ve exercised the fries out of your system, the Anne Frank House and the Van Gogh Museum are must see attractions to learn more about the history and art of two memorable people, who made a difference in their time. Book your trip to Amsterdam today!
If you haven't had enough of Museums yet, you should make your way to The Rijksmuseum where famous painting grace the halls like Rembrandt's Night Watch. You can tour Amsterdam on foot, by bike, food and drink tasting tours, and so many more ways to enjoy the city. If you love books, the Central Library is where need to be. When you find that perfect book, you should visit their cafe on the top floor where the food is fresh and delicious. Visit Restaurant Adam for great French food, Marits Huiskamerrestaurant for your vegetarian needs, and Greenwoods when you feel like sandwiches and British food. Rest at The Toren, Fusion Suites, the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam, and so many more luxurious and eclectic hotels.
10. Prague, Czech Republic
It’s like a fairy tale environment some may say, and you can tell just by looking at the gothic architecture. If the architecture doesn’t lure you into its clutches, the people’s love of the music will inspire you. Prague is another affordable hot spot for travelers. Prague not only attracts a lot of tourists, but it has a history of surviving invasions and natural disasters that this bustling city has persevered from. If that's not enough to get your here, nothing will. Book your trip to Prague right now!
Old Town (Stare Mesto) is a great landmark to visit. The square is a beautiful spot to see and the building itself has an enchanting look that draws you in instantly. View Prague on a segway, by foot, with an umbrella, and with food and drink. See the animals at the Prague Zoo. Gorillas, birds, and so many more wildlife will amaze you as well as kids. Taste italian cuisine at Ristorante Pagana, eat Czech food at Field Restaurant, and eat at Chilli Point for international food and end your night at your stay at the Alchymist Prague Castle Suites.
11. Madrid, Spain
You won’t get lost in this city as you take an advantage of the city’s sites. Retiro Park is a great place to spend the afternoon and take in the nature that surrounds you. When you’re itching for some culture, the Prado museum is a great place to learn and absorb Madrid’s history. After you’ve learned all there is to know about Madrid, you want to remember you experience in the city by shopping for souvenirs at Mercado San Miguel. What are you waiting for? Book your vacation to Madrid today!
Sightseeing tours include the Madrid Day Tours, the Madway, Aerotours, Show Me Madrid, Art Gallery Tour, and so much more delightful ways to see Madrid. See the Royal Palace of Madrid and discover the history behind the building and what lies within it. The National Archeological Museum is a great site to behold. The prehistory section is worth seeing during your visit. Eat Spanish food at DSTAGE, taste America food at Alright, enjoy Pasta Mito Italian cuisine, and Maitia for French food. Relax and unwind at hotels like Hotel Orfila, Artrip Hotel, and ApartoSuites Jardines de Sabatini for simple as well as luxurious places to stay.
12. Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul lives in two different worlds, Europe and Asia. How cool is that? These converging worlds within Istanbul are known for the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque. The Grand Bazaar is a great place to visit and get great deals for you to buy product. East and West co-exist and while they’ve had a complicated history in the past, Istanbul is thriving today. So book your trip to Istanbul today!
The Sultanahmet District is a great way to spend your time in Istanbul. From great food to incredibly detailed carpets there seems like nothing you can't find to enjoy your day. It may be crowded but the vibe is something you'll probably never experience again. You're in the middle of the culture of Istanbul. Experience mediterranean, barbecue, and seafood kebab at the Kebab House. Stay at some of Istanbul's luxurious hotels like Hotel Amira Istanbul, the Millennium suites, and the White House Hotel Istanbul for a great time.
13. Vienna, Austria
Music and Monarchs is what Vienna is best known for. If you love to explore this city, the Habsburg ‘s Schonbrunn Palace is a great place to observe and admire the architecture. Once the palace is out of sight, the narrow streets of Inner Stradt will allow you to see more parts of Vienna that you’ve never seen before. You’re a modern art lover and it’s a happy coincidence that the MuseumsQuartier is in your sights. There are so many places to see, so what are you waiting for? Book your trio to Vienna today!
See the animals of Vienna at the Tiergarten Schoenbrunn-Zoo Vienna. Panda, lions, and more, oh my! The zoo is well preserved and kept clean for the animals who seem happy in their habitat. Go to the theatre at the State Opera House and enjoy the exquisite architecture as well as the show. You won't be sorry. Experience the best steak you will ever have in Vienna at the Dstrikt Steakhouse and enjoy your stay in Vienna at the luxurious Hotel Beethoven Wien.
14. Tuscany, Italy
You get a warm, at home feel from being in Italy. It has a rustic look that you could just lose yourself in. You don’t have to spend your life looking at this picture, wondering what could have been. Make your way to Tuscany and enjoy the food, the wine, and the olive grove tour. Hopefully you won’t get drunk on the wine and pass out in the grove somewhere but hey it’s a vacation, anything’s possible. Book your trip to Tuscany today!
See the majestic architecture of the Siena Cathedral where the black and white pattern make you feel like you're in a whole other world. The works of art and history are quite impressive as well as taking the time to appreciate all of it. Relax with the great taste of Tuscany wine where your tour the grounds and learn how wine is made. You can tour Tuscany with food, by vespa, scooter, moped, hiking, camping, and by foot. The Hard Rock Cafe is a great place to stop by and taste the flavors of Italy and America. Enjoy your stay at one of Tuscany's bed and breakfast, villas, and hotels.
15. Venice, Italy
It’s the city of water, but the atmosphere conjures up romantic feelings in you that you feel are right as you take a gondola ride down the Grand Canal with your lover. Of course this city is not all about the lovebirds and romantic gondola rides. Theatres, churches, historic sites, and Italian cuisines are everywhere you look. where are you going to go first? It's so overwhelming and exciting at the same time. These places will charm you to stay in Venice a few more days longer then you intended.
Tour Venice while taking pictures by walking, by boat, while eating food, and a private tour. Visit the Saint Mark's Basilica where every view is just stunning. The Pala d'Oro in this museum is a gold set that has semiprecious stones. You can also see the 4 gilded bronze horse that stands majestically on the balcony. Experience the music of Venice at La Fenice Opera House where the light inside creates a heavenly look and the seats are greatly situated to see mind blowing performances. Eat Italian cuisine at the Rivera and have a nice stay at the The Gritti Palace that lies upon the water, giving you the Italian environment you've always craved.
16. St. Petersburg, Russia
Did you know that Peter The Great built this city on a swamp? It is known as Russia’s most beautiful city, and you can tell just by looking at this picture. You can also clearly see the past and present in St. Petersburg’s architecture. The Tsarist Palaces and museums like the Hermitage are great places to explore this city’s culture. So what are you waiting for? Go book your trip to St. Petersburg today!
In St. Petersburg you can see the Church of the Savior on Blood. The texture of the exterior is so complex and beautiful that you can't believe its real and holds so much history. Visit the Grand Maket Russia Interactive Museum is the perfect place for adults and kids alike. Its fantasy like environment will blow your minds! European, American, and Asian cuisine can be experienced at Wave: Burgers and More, Bize, Zoom Cafe, Pelmenya, and so many more delectable places. The State Hermitage Museum Official Hotel is where you will enjoy your stay because of the fact that it looks like a museum on the outside.
17. Edinburgh, Scotland
If you’re rugged, the Scottish landscape is your long lost friend. Edinburgh has a lot of attractions to explore. The Royal Mile, climbing hills, and touring ancient castles sounds like an exciting yet productive day. When you wake up in a bed and breakfast in Edinburgh in the morning, you know you’re getting an authentic, quality food at affordable prices. Sounds great, right? Well book your vacation to Edinburgh and find out.
In Edinburgh you can go to Arthur's Seat where you can climb the mountain to see amazing views of Holyrood Palace and the Parliament as well as the Firth of Forth. You can also see the Royal Yacht Britannia and go on the boat to experience the memories of QEII and her brood. Go into Edinburgh Old Town and see their history on foot as well as the bars and shopping areas. The colored buildings against the tall beige building is quite an interesting site. Have European as well as other international cuisine from places like Colonnades, Pickles, La Petit Mort, and Social Bite. Edinburgh has over 100 hotels where you can enjoy your stay like The Chester Residence, Prestonfield, and The Balmoral Hotel.
18. Copenhagen, Denmark
It’s not an affordable trip that’s for sure. If you want to travel to Copenhagen, your budget has to be unlimited or come in the winter or early spring. Besides the budget being a downer, this city takes you into its culture by its canals, gardens, museums, and flea markets. Their hearty Danish restaurants will introduce your taste buds to flavors your mouth has never experienced before. There’s no way you can’t have a good time. Book your trip right now!
See the Church of Our Savior because you're passionate about history. It contains stairs that you can walk up and see breathtaking views of Copenhagen. The David Collection is the most impressive museum you will ever see during your time in Copenhagen because the art is so diverse and unique in how its placed in this art museum. Experience the beauty of the Tivoli Gardens as you see the waterways and wildlife come together with nature to make this place spectacular. Taste the Danish cuisine of Frederiks Have where the simple and relaxing atmosphere will make you feel comfortable. With over 100 hotels you can enjoy your stay at places like Charlottehaven, Nimb Hotel, and Crowne Plaza Cophehagen Towers where luxury is what you'll experience.
19. Dublin, Ireland
If you love beer, this is the perfect vacation destination for you. Dublin is the home of the Guinness Storehouse, and it’s a major pub culture. Beer isn’t all there is to Dublin. It’s beautiful parks, cathedrals, and castles are worth the travel to experience what this beautiful place is made of. So what are you waiting for? Book your trip today for Dublin.
In Dublin you can have fun playing Gaelic Games where you can immerse yourself into the culture of the game and Dublin. The Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is another stop you can make on your vacation. The modern yet ancient look of the museum works together to make your time inside the best experience you'll ever have historically. The tour guides are knowledgeable about topics like the Irish Revolutionary period as well as the civil war. Feed your stomach at places like Sabor Brazil, The Vintage Kitchen, and Veda. When you're ready to turn in for the night, there are over 100 hotels to choose from like Ariel Hotel, The Croke Park Hotel, and the Aberdeen Lodge.
20. Crete, Greece
If you can survive a connecting flight or ferry from Athens to Crete, then you can experience what this place has to offer. This Greek Island is for every type of traveler whether it’s the adventurer, the beach bum, and the gourmands. Crete is an interesting place in its diverse culture as well as the architecture that reflects the past as well as the present. You're interested, right? Well what are you waiting for? Book your trip today and have the time of your life.
In Crete you can see Aquaworld Aquarium & Reptile Rescue Centre where the sea life will amaze the kids and yes even you. The animals are well taken care of, and the employees really care about animals. Sit out on the beach of Elafonissi and bury your feet into its soft white sand as you watch the waves come in. When your time out of the sun is done, you can stop by the Herakleion Archaeological Museum where the history of Greece surrounds you. Experience the cuisine of Greece at places like Cafe Dimitris, The House, and Med Cafe & Restaurant. Stay at luxurious hotels like the Pilot's Villas Luxury Suites, Casa Moazzo Suites & Apartments, and Rimondi Boutique Hotel.

Trending on LifeStylePassion:


50 Extraordinary Women You Won't Believe Actually Exist

Luke Chase May 25th 2016 Entertainment
It's likely that the women in your day to day life are pretty "normal" in appearance. So when you see someone whose appearance differs from what you expect it to be, it can be kind of a shock. The ladies in the following slideshow are definitely far from average. Some of these women spent thousands of dollars on plastic surgery, tattoos, or body piercings. Others are born with strange birth defects such as excessive facial hair, a gigantic butt or even an 8 inch tongue. See for yourself!
Lauren Williams: 4 Foot Long Legs
Lauren Williams has the longest-known legs in the United States, with her eye-catching limbs measuring an incredible 49 inches from hip to heel. Lauren's height and long-legged genes can be attributed to her family as her father, mother and twin sisters are all 6ft or taller. She has US size 11 feet (UK size 10), and revealed that she can find it tricky to buy clothes that fit. When modelling, single Lauren - who has worked on campaigns for global brands such as Nike - does everything from sports and fitness to high fashion and swimwear.
Having played volleyball in college, as well as being extremely active, Lauren also enjoys shooting sporty campaigns. As well as modelling, Lauren works as an educator at a children's museum in Houston and enjoys travelling. When out and about, her striking looks and long limbs mean she gets comments about her legs on a daily basis.
Pixee Fox: Dangerously Small Waist
Swedish born Pixee Fox had already spent more than $80,000 on plastic surgery attempting to sculpt the perfect hourglass figure. But now she has taken her obsession even further by having 6 of her lower ribs removed - so she can shrink her waist to a record-breaking 14 inches. Pixee, from Sweden, said: "People often come up to me and say, "don't take this the wrong way, but you look like a cartoon" - but for me that's a compliment, that's what I want to achieve.
With 6 of her lower ribs removed, Pixee's lower internal organs, including the liver, have lost some of their natural protection - but she isn't worried. She said: "Before if I was in a car crash I would normally break my ribs. If that happened now I'm probably going to break my spleen instead. In total she has had four rhinoplasties costing $14,000; four breast augmentations of 200cc, 525cc, 800cc and 1400cc costing $28,500; two rounds of liposuction at $5,000; two upper eyelid surgeries at $6,000; a labiaplasty costing $4,000; a Brazilian butt lift at $9,000 and cool-sculpting, cheek injections, and lip injections at about $12,000.
Bethany Hamilton: One Armed Pro Surfer
Bethany Meilani Hamilton-Dirks is an American professional surfer who survived a 2003 shark attack in which her left arm was bitten off, but ultimately returned to-and was victorious in-professional surfing. On October 31, 2003 Hamilton, aged 13 at the time, went for a morning surf along Tunnels Beach, Kauai, with best friend Alana Blanchard, Alana's father, Holt, and brother Byron. Around 7:30 a.m., with numerous turtles in the area, she was lying on her surfboard with her left arm dangling in the water, when a 14-foot tiger shark attacked her, severing her left arm just below the shoulder.
Despite the trauma of the incident, Hamilton was determined to return to surfing. Three weeks after the incident, she returned to her board. Initially, she adopted a custom-made board that was longer and slightly thicker than standard and had a handle for her right arm, making it easier to paddle, and she learned to kick more to make up for the loss of her left arm. After teaching herself to surf with one arm, on January 10, 2004, she entered a major competition. She now uses standard competitive performance short-boards. The broken surfboard that Hamilton was riding during the attack is on display at the California Surf Museum
Mayra Hills: World's Largest Fake Breasts
Mayra Hills - also known as Beshine - measures at 59-28-36 and says she's the proud owner of the world's largest fake breasts. And it's not hard to believe her claim to fame, considering each of her breasts have 10,000 cc of saline implants and weigh 20 pounds a piece! As you can imagine, it's difficult for Beshine, who wears a size 32Z bra, to find clothes that fit, so the German-born woman has a lot of her items custom-made.
But bra shopping isn't her only woe. She can no longer tie her own shoes and has run into trouble when she's knocked things over with her chest - but it appears she's satisfied with her body, troubles and all. "Some people maybe think the sheer size of my t-ts bring too many handicaps in my everyday life, but hey, having big boob problems is amazing," she wrote on her blog.
Anastasiya Shpagina: Real Life Anime Girl
It's official, this real-life anime trend has gotten completely out of hand. Hardly a day goes by that we don't stumble upon some photos of girls going to any lengths in order to look like real live anime characters. Today's example, Anastasiya Shpagina, an Ukrainian girl who has even taken a Japanese name - Fukkacumi. 19-year-old Anastasiya (Nastya) Shpagina has been called "the new Barbie" by national news outlets, but she later revealed she's striving to become a real-life Japanese anime character, not a doll. She even posted "I am not like a doll, a doll is like me."
Apparently, Nastya has been passionate about makeup even as a young child, always experimenting with it in the mirror. Over time she also developed a thing for Japanese cartoons and it was only a matter of time before she started using her make-up artist skills to transform herself into a real-life anime girl. But just putting on makeup wasn't enough to attain that coveted look, so she decided to lose weight in order to seem more genuine. At 1.58-meters-tall, Anastasiya weighs just 39 kilos and is trying to lose one more in order to look just right.
Chanel Tapper: World's Longest Tongue
The longest female tongue measures 9.75 cm (3.8 in) from the tip to the middle of lip and was achieved by Chanel Tappe on 29 September 2010. Chanel, from Houston, US, shot to fame aged 13 when she was spotted sticking out her monster tongue in a YouTube video. In September Guinness invited Chanel to Los Angeles where they measured her tongue and she narrowly beat two other female contenders to the record.
She said: "I have always been silly and goofy. I love sticking my tongue out at people. I started doing that back in school. I've never had a problem with having a long tongue, it's just fun." Chanel now has set her sights set on Hollywood after finishing her studies. She said: "I'd love to be in a movie. I'm certainly pretty dramatic, so I think I could have the acting gift. "Really, I'd love to meet Adam Sandler, he's my favorite."
Sarah Massey: World's Largest Butt
Sarah Massey would be just another 33-year-old mother-of-two from Chicago - if it weren't for the fact that she also happens to have the world's biggest butt. Though not officially recognized by the prudes at Guinness, Massey's massive 7-foot wide keister requires a pair of 10XL trousers that would comfortably fit all of the Kardashian sisters combined.
Massey insists the condition that resulted in her museum-sized bubble butt is hereditary - "there's nothing I can do about it," she says - but that her love of ice cream certainly contributed to its maintenance. Massey would still like to lose some weight, but says she now has a new-found appreciation for her natural assets, and fervently defends them against anyone who calls them fake. "Some people can't believe one person can have this much butt," she told Barcroft. "Because I've got a relatively small frame on top they say, 'that can't be real.' I carry this weight with me all the time, everywhere I go, it's definitely not fake. Big booties are just in my blood."
Zlata: Extreme Flexibility
Russian-born former gymnast Zlata, 29, posed in leather and lingerie to adopt a series of poses that seem to defy every law of biology. Zlata, who now lives in Germany, is able to create astounding shapes with her body and is so flexible she can cram herself into a 50cm square box. One of her favorite acts is to bend backwards at a 90 degree angle, so the back half of her hands touch her feet and she can also peer through her own legs from behind.
Zlata's gift of flexibility was discovered when she was four years old and by six she was training as a contortionist at a circus school. She has a rare condition which makes all her tendons extremely pliable, which helps in her profession. The former gymnast now spends most of her day working out and training for shows around the world. In 2011 she set the Guinness World Record for the most beer bottles opened in a minute using only your feet.
Kim Goodman: Eyeball Protrusion
Kim Goodman is a woman who is able to pop her eyes out of her eye sockets by 12 millimeters (0.47 inches). She holds the world record for the farthest eyeball protrusion. She lives in Chicago, Illinois. She discovered her eyeball popping talent one day when she was hit on the head with a hockey mask. Her eyeballs popped out much further than usual and ever since that day she could pop them out on cue, as well as when she yawns.
She has appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman. In 2004, Goodman was included by Guinness World Records in their 50th anniversary list of top ten "feats" of all time. Kim originally had the record for being able to extend her eye balls beyond her eye sockets by 10mm. This was matched a few years by a new contender, but when Kim was re-measured she found she could now reach 12mm - breaking her own record and keeping the title.
Natalia Partyka: One Armed Table Tennis Champ
Natalia Partyka (born 27 July 1989) is a Polish table tennis player. Born without a right hand and forearm, she participates in competitions for able-bodied athletes as well as in competitions for athletes with disabilities. Partyka reached the last 32 of the London 2012 Olympic women's table tennis. Partyka began playing table tennis at the age of seven. She won her first international table tennis medal in 1999 at the disabled World Championships. At the age of 11, she competed at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney, becoming the world's youngest ever Paralympian. In 2004, she won a gold medal in the singles event and silver in the team event at the Athens Paralympics.
Partyka competed for Poland both the 2008 Summer Olympics and the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing - one of only two athletes to do so, the other being Natalie du Toit in swimming. They were her third Paralympic Games, and her first Olympics. Competing in class 10 at the Beijing Paralympics, she won gold by defeating China's Fan Lei by three sets to nil. In 2008, she won a gold medal in the singles event and a silver in the team event at the Beijing Paralympics, repeating her Athens Paralympics result.
Supatra Sasuphan: World's Hairiest Girl
Her nicknames may include "wolf girl" and "monkey face". But 11-year-old Thai girl Supatra Sasuphan today insisted that she was after being officially recognised as the world's hairiest girl. Although the schoolgirl from Bangkok has faced merciless teasing at school, Supatra says being given a Guinness World Record for her hair has helped her become extremely popular. "I'm very happy to be in the Guinness World Records! A lot of people have to do a lot to get in," she said. "All I did was answer a few questions and then they gave it to me."
Supatra is one of just 50 known sufferers of Ambras Syndrome - caused by a faulty chromosome - to be documented since the Middle Ages. Before the disease was understood, sufferers were branded "werewolves." She has thick hair growing over her face, ears, arms, legs and back. Even laser treatment has failed to stop the hair growth. But while most sufferers have been shunned, Supatra has gradually been embraced by her community, and became a popular and outgoing child.
Jasmine Tridevil: Woman With 3 Breasts
There's really no other way to put this so we're just going to dive in: Meet Jasmine Tridevil. She has three breasts. Tridevil (no that's not her real name, but that's what she wants to go by) is a 21-year-old licensed massage therapist and die-hard Criss Angel fan from Florida who decided to undergo a shocking and controversial $20,000 surgery to add a third breast to her chest.
Tridevil also stated that she's hoping to bank a reality show from this, and has already put the wheels in motion to make something happen. "I was making really good money [being a licensed massage therapist] but now I'm trying to star in a reality show instead. I don't like that job," she shared, and later added, "My whole dream is to get this show on MTV. I hired a camera crew individually, so I'm the producer of this show right now."
Lyudmila Titchenkova: World's Longest Neck
Lyudmila Titchenkova is a 16-year-old living in the city of Nikolaev, Ukraine. After she turned 10, Lyudmila's parents noticed that their daughter's body began developing at an accelerated growth rate. She was taller and had longer arms than other children her age, but of particular concern was the length of her neck and abnormal curvature of her spine.
As it got to the point where Lyudmila began feeling embarrassed to go out because of her appearance, her parents took her to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder of the connective tissue that can affect many parts of the body, most often the heart, blood vessels, bones, joints and eyes. In Lyudmila's case, the disorder affected the connective tissue in her spine, causing it to curve at an angle of 30 degrees. This seems to be a rather uncommon symptom of the disorder, which usually affect people's arms, legs and fingers. After undergoing corrective surgery and extensive rehabilitation to straighten her spine, Lyudmila can now live normally and says she wants to study for her future without letting herself be affected by her disorder.
Abigail and Brittany Hensel: Girl With Two Heads
Abigail Loraine "Abby" Hensel and Brittany Lee Hensel (born March 7, 1990) are dicephalic parapagus twins, meaning that they are conjoined twins, each of whom has a separate head, but whose bodies are joined. They are highly symmetric for conjoined twins, giving the appearance of having just a single body without marked variation from normal proportion. In fact, several vital organs are doubled up; each twin has a separate heart, stomach, spine, lungs, and spinal cord.
In conversation, the twins are clearly distinct persons, with distinct likes and dislikes. Their preferences in food, clothing color, etc., differ. Some of their clothes are altered by their seamstress so that they have two separate necklines in order to emphasize their individuality. They will usually have separate meals, but sometimes will share a single meal for the sake of convenience (e.g. each taking a bite of the same hamburger). Abby is better at mathematics, and Brittany is better at writing. For tasks such as responding to email, they type and respond as one, anticipating each other's feelings with little verbal communication between them.
Natasha Veruschka: Sword Swallower
Natasha Veruschka has the world record for most swords swallowed simultaneously by a female. She swallowed 13 swords, each at least 38.1 cm (15 in) long, at the 3rd Annual Sideshow Gathering and Sword Swallowers Convention in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA, on 3 September 2004. Natasha was born in India of white russian and british heritage. She has lived, studied, and performed her art around the world and also speaks several different languages.
Natasha now lives in New York City. She is an amazing performer who uses many different types of swords in her act or as she likes to say "Swords On The Menu." The swords on the menu are - "The Red devil" 29 inches long, "The Big Sword" 27 1/2 inches long, "The Bradshaw Sword" 25 inches long, "The Sai Weapons" two 24 inch long eight-sided weapons of steel. Natasha trained with a "Sai Master" in order to use them in her act. Also on the menu is the unbelieveable "Sword Sandwich" where she swallows 13-22 inch long swords simultaneously.
Elaine Davidson: Most Body Piercings
Elaine Davidson is the "Most Pierced Woman" according to the Guinness World Records. Since first receiving a skin piercing in January 1997, Elaine Davidson has been pierced a total of 4,225 times as of 8 June 2006. The former restaurant owner is constantly adding and replacing jewelery, mostly in her face. She enhances her exotic looks with tattoos and brightly coloured make-up, and often wears feathers and streamers in her hair.
She has more piercings in her genitalia than in any other part of the body - 500 in all, externally and internally. The total weight of her internal piercings is estimated to be about 3 kilograms. As of May 2008, Davidson's piercings total 5,920. As of Feb. 2009 her piercings total 6,005. In March 2010, Davidson reported a total of 6,725 piercings. As of March 2012, she has over 9,000. As of may 2016, she has 9,800. She was born in Brazil and is a former nurse. She does not drink or use drugs. She now resides in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Jyoti Amge: World's Shortest Woman
Jyoti Amge (born 16 December 1993) is an Indian actress notable for being the world's smallest living woman according to Guinness World Records. Jyoti Amg hails from Nagpur, India. She weighs 11 pounds and stands at 23 inches, according to Guinness World Records. Jyoti Amg has a "form of dwarfism called achondroplasia," Guinness says.
On her fame, Jyoti Amg says, "I don't like it if I am being held like a baby," but that she will let some people and fans pick her up. She also gets "mad when someone annoys me by touching my hair or keeps touching me without permission." "I love acting in this show," she says. "My biggest dream is that I go to Hollywood and become an actress."
Cara Anaya: Chronic Orgasms Disorder
The 30-year-old Arizona mother lives with Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), a condition that can leave her feeling sexually aroused for up to six hours a day. "The one day that I decided to count how many orgasms I had in one sitting, I counted 180 in two hours," she told Barcroft TV. "Pretty much, with that type of number, you're having two or three in a minute." Anaya has seen a number of health specialists but has not been able to find treatment.
The condition has created difficulties in her relationship with husband Tony Carlisi, who initially thought she was crazy when he first learned about it. "I would say the most difficult thing is seeing my wife in pain and knowing there's nothing I can do to help her," he said. As a result of the condition, Cara has to avoid being out in public or open spaces like parks. She said: "It is ruining my life, because it messes with your head. Your body is running on a high, on an up and down, so it really affects your moods."
Aevin Dugas: World's Largest Afro
The largest afro measures 18.5 cm (7.3 in) high, 19.6 cm (7.7 in) wide and 132.1 cm (4 ft 4 in) in circumference and was achieved by Aevin Dugas, in New Orleans, USA on 4 October 2010. Proud of her record-breaking afro, Aevin Dugas says her hair is inspiring legions of women to ditch chemical straighteners and "go natural". The 37-year-old, whose hair entered the Guinness Book of Records at 4ft 4ins around, says everyone from toddlers to grandmothers are following in her footsteps.
Aevin said: "At one time I strived to get hair that was bone straight and now all I want is it big and poofy". She believes her voluminous hair may have grown even bigger, but she cannot reveal its size until Guinness take an official measurement. "When my hair is stretched out to its complete length and pressed, it goes down to my butt. But I don't wear it like that because it looks weird."
Aimee Mullins: Amputee Athlete
Aimee Mullins (born July 20, 1976 in Allentown, Pennsylvania) is an American athlete, actress, and fashion model who first became famous for her athletic accomplishments. She was born with a medical condition that resulted in the amputation of both of her lower legs. Mullins was born with fibular hemimelia (missing fibula bones) and as a result, had both of her legs amputated below knee when she was one year old. A graduate of Parkland High School in Allentown and Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., she took up sports and acting at an early stage.
As a young softball player, she once held the youth league record for stolen bases in softball. She also raced in downhill skiing while in high school. While attending Georgetown University on a full academic scholarship to the prestigious School of Foreign Service there, she competed against able-bodied athletes in NCAA Division I track and field events, and is the first amputee in history, male or female, to compete in the NCAA. Honoring her achievement and cultural contribution to sport, Mullins is included as one of the "Greatest Women of the 20th Century" in the Women's Museum in Dallas, Texas.

More From LifeStylePassion: