Le Meurice is the most expensive restaurant in all over Europe and located in Paris, France. This restaurant is also a design of Alain Ducasse and it is a perfect Michelin restaurant. The walls and the plates of this restaurant are lined with gold. They make the best truffles in all over the world which costs $165 per person. It costs almost $500 per person.
Restaurant Pic is located in Valence, France. The unique thing about it is that it is the only Michelin three star restaurant with a female chef. This restaurant is also as quiet as Solo Per Due but they have more seating tables. The meal here costs $455 per person. Another interesting thing about this restaurant is that their menu hasn’t changed since 19th century.
This restaurant is located in St. Moritz, Switzerland at almost more than 8,000 feet above the ground level. This restaurant offers almost everything made of lobster. The specialty of this restaurant is carrousel. The cost per person here is $370.
4-Le Louis XV Alain Ducasse
Le Louis XV Alain Ducasse is in Monte Carlo, Monaco which is one of the top cities in gambling. Le Louis XV Alain Ducasse was established by Alain Ducasse. It was awarded by Michelin three stars. The best thing about this restaurant is their service to the customer. It costs $350 per person.
5-Solo Per Due
Solo per Due is in Vacone, Umbria, Italy. This restaurant has some unique qualities like there is only one table with two people serving in the whole restaurant to dine inn. Sometimes people like to go a place where there no noise or any kind of disturbance, so if you have such a taste this place is perfect for you. But it is a bit too much expensive to have food. So if anyone want to go there, one must have $690 in his/her pocket and if you want to have some extra fun and order some wine then you will need more money.
Les Airelles is in Courchevel, France which is a quite wealth town. This restaurant offers a seven dish meal for $342 per person. Some people say it is a much expensive restaurant as it is $342 for just seven dish meal so you can also try the vintage caviar but it isn’t going to cost you much cheaper either.
Noma is the most expensive restaurant of Copenhagen, Denmarkand you will get all the famous dishes of Denmark there which is because of the stubbornness of the chef who like to cook food from Denmark. The specialty of this restaurant is the duck and if you like duck to eat u will be pleased to pay big amount for it here. The rates for per person here is $295.
As we all know, there is a rating system for restaurants from one to five but there is also a higher class of it known as Michelin Star System. In Rome the highest rank for restaurants is third rank which is an impressive one. In Le Pergola there is a nine course meal at the cost of $290 for each person. You can also get truffle for $117 additional. There is an awesome view of Rome from the restaurant which free for sure.
9-Restaurant Paul Bocuse:
It is a three star restaurant and is named after its chef Paul Bocuse, located in Lyon, France. Truffle Soup and The Red Mullet with Potato Scales are the specialties of this restaurant. This truffle soup costs about $117 whereas mullet costs almost $83. U will always find the finest French cuisine in Paul Bocuse.
10-Sketch Lecture Room and Library:
It is the most expensive restaurant of England. It was opened in 2002 renovated from a old townhouse into a new restaurant. It is located in the Conduit St. Mayfair, London and costs almost $157 per person that is why mostly rich people of London visit this restaurant.
1.CHARTRES CATHEDRAL, FRANCE:
Built around 800 years ago, Chartres cathedral is designed in Gothic Architecture style. It is located in the midst of town center. The reason it is so popular among many Christian pilgrimages because Chartres Cathedral is said to have the “Sancta Carissa”, the famous tunic or garb, which, according to a legend, Holy Mary wore before giving birth to the Jesus Christ.
2.PATRICKS CATHEDRAL IN NEW YORK:
The construction of this church was started around the year 1858, and was completed exactly 21 years after the first brick was laid there. There are interesting circumstances behind the construction and idea of this cathedral. Arch bishop Hughes, who was a prominent member of the Church at that time, thought of building a Cathedral that would fully reflect upon the Glory, magnificence and Dignity of the Christian Religion and their church. Before the construction even started, some dignitaries and other inherent bodies opposed the idea by saying that it is way out of the New York City but Hughes claimed that if given time, this cathedral will be at the center of a great city. His assumption became true and after 1 and a half century it stands in the exact center of the New York with its full glory alongside Times Square.
3.PAULS CATHEDRAL LONDON:
After the first building was destroyed in the Great fire of London, the second construction of the St. Paul’s Cathedral was completed around year 1697. This cathedral was designed by the architect Christopher Wren and is among one of the most prominent and recognizable building in London. St. Paul’s Cathedral is the seat of the Arch-Bishop of London and many children’s books and stories are based on it.
4.COLOGNE CATHEDRAL GERMANY:
This Unique structure in Germany claims to be the largest church in the world that nearly took 6 centuries to its full completion. Many builders and architects were commissioned to execute the task of completing the main building but somehow everyone seemed to miss the deadline, the budget, then, had to be re-evaluated, a new deadline given and the construction of this cathedral would start once again. First construction was started about mid 1200s and eventually it was completed in late 1800s. Some of the History professors and other people of the Roman Church show a great deal of amazement in the fact that, during world was 2, it was hit more than 15 times but still standing in its full glory and still is the most visited landmark in Germany.
5.WESTMINSTER ABBEY LONDON:
One of the most recognizable cathedrals in U.K mostly renowned for the burial ground of many world famous writers, poets and artists. Kings, Queens and other members of the prominent British Royal Family are coroneted there for almost 10 centuries now. It is widely believed in British people that famous artists, poets and scientists like, Shakespeare, Newton, Thomas hardy and Jane Austin are buried there.