For years, it has been expensive for Americans to visit Europe because of the strength of the euro.

But the currency has just fallen to its lowest level in more than a decade, meaning a European vacation is suddenly within reach for more thrifty travelers.

We've come up with the ultimate bucket list of travel destinations in countries that are on the euro.

From biking along the canals of Amsterdam to tasting Chianti in Tuscany, here are 35 things you should do in Europe now that the euro is crashing.

Julie Zeveloff, Megan Willett, Jennifer Polland, and Eliza McKelvey contributed to this post.

Marvel at the Moorish architecture and tranquil gardens of the Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain.

Stroll along the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, in the south of France.

Dance to house music at an underground nightclub in Berlin, like Tresor.

Hug the cliffs while driving along the Amalfi Coast in Italy, and visit the charming towns of Positano, Ravello, and Salerno.

Wander the produce-stuffed pavilions of Riga Central Market in Latvia, the largest bazaar in Europe.

Snap a photo at the Azure Window, a natural limestone arch on the Maltese island of Gozo.

Stay up all night partying on the Spanish island of Ibiza.

Smell the tulips at Keukenhof, a vast flower garden in Lisse, the Netherlands.

Test your speed on Germany's famous autobahn.

Take in the stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea from the Greek island of Santorini.

Hit the slopes at Innsbruck, a breathtaking ski resort in the mountains of Austria.

Play a hand of blackjack at the Casino de Monaco in Monte Carlo.

Hear the roar of Jägala Fall in Estonia, called "the Niagara Falls of the Baltics."

Marvel at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City.

Take a gondola ride through the winding canals of Venice, Italy.

Lounge on the stunning beaches of Lagos, Portugal.

Bike alongside the canals of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.

Imbibe and people-watch at one of the street cafés in picturesque Bruges, Belgium.

Seek out Botticelli's masterpieces, "The Birth of Venus" and "Primavera," inside Florence's Uffizi Gallery.

Play a round at Ballybunion, one of the most iconic golf courses in Ireland.

Step back in time at Luxembourg's Chateau de Vianden, a restored castle that dates back to the 10th century.

Hike to La Sainte Baume, the cave in southern France where Mary Magdalene is said to have spent the last 30 years of her life.

Test your limits and peer out from the edge of the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland.

Drink a beer from a stein during Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany.

Explore the ruins of Rome's stately Colosseum and imagine the gladiator fights that once packed the arena.

Stroll through fragrant lavender fields in Provence, France.

Indulge with fresh gaufres chaudes (hot waffles) topped with strawberries, whipped cream, Nutella, and more in Belgium.

Gaze at the Aurora Borealis from Lapland, in northern Finland.

Run with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain.

Skip the lines at the Eiffel Tower, and take in the view of Paris from the top of the stairs at the Sacre-Couer in Montmartre.

Sample Italian Chianti in the vineyards of Tuscany.

Scuba-dive in the clear Mediterranean waters off the coast of Cyprus.

Admire the incredibly detailed facade of the Sagrada Familia, a church in Barcelona, Spain, which was designed by famed architect Antoni Gaudí and has been under construction since 1882.

Savor a rich, chocolatey Sachertorte in Vienna, Austria.

Admire Claude Monet's enormous series of "Water Lilies" murals at the Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris, France.

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