Travel To Europe2022-11-20T11:27:30-05:00

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If you are planning to travel to Europe you are in the right place. Here, we cover off-the-beaten-path attractions that you probably have not heard of. We cover all the big attractions as well with a focus on history. Learn more about some amazing places in Europe that you should travel to!

Human, environmental, and physical geography are separate in Europe. A center of trade and commerce for centuries due to its rich agricultural and industrial diversity. This continent is between Africa and Asia, two other “Old World” continents.

Expatriates worldwide are drawn to Europe because of its diverse landscapes, cultures, architecture, and climate. It is also relatively easy to obtain a visa here. Most European nations do not require visas for Canadians and Americans.

A true adventure awaits you when you travel to Europe! A trip to Europe is educational, inspiring, and fun, with its diverse countries, cultures, cuisines, histories, and languages!

It is no secret that a trip makes for some spectacular photographs – from the Eiffel Tower to Big Ben to the canals of Venice to Athens’ Acropolis. Once you scratch the surface, you’ll discover how this beautiful content is truly good for the soul.

Some Facts 

The European continent is the second-smallest in size, and it can also be described as a subcontinent or a peninsula. Europe is located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and is part of the Eurasian landmass. The British Isles, which include the UK and Ireland, and Iceland are larger islands that belong to Europe.


Approximately 20% larger than the contiguous United States, this continent covers 10.2 million km2 (3,938,000 sq mi). The European Union has an area (without the UK) of over 4.23 million km² (1.6 million sq mi).

How many countries are there in Europe?

There are 50 countries in Europe. Traditionally, Europe is divided into 44 sovereign states or nations. The list excludes several countries, including Turkey, which occupies only a small part of East Thrace on the European Balkan Peninsula.

Geographically, Cyprus is located in Asia Minor (Middle East).
Denmark controls the Faroe Islands, an island group between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean.
Geographically, Greenland belongs to North America, but it is also an autonomous Danish territory.

In the Balkans, Kosovo is partially recognized as a state.
Europe also includes a small portion of Western Kazakhstan.


Approximately 747 million people are living in Europe. Europe’s most populous country is part of Russia, with 110 million people, followed by Germany, 83 million citizens, and Metropolitan France, with 67 million residents (in 2020).
(Source: UN World Population Prospects)

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