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Lonely Planet’s picks of top European destinations 2014. EDITORS of travel guide Lonely Planet are predicting that Greece will be the top travel destination in Europe this year, as the country shows strong signs of bouncing back from a turbulent few Fall travel, autumn in Europe is one of the most stunning seasons and the prefect time for travelers to take advantage of all the fantastic experiences that Europe has to offer. Summer crowds are gone, time for harvest has come, art and film festivals Porto, the second Portuguese largest city, was elected for the second time “Best European Destination” of the year, by the European Consumers Choice, it was announced Thursday. Porto was first awarded the honor in 2012. Last year the title was won by .