Travel Notes helps guide visitors around every country in Europe.
From Albania to Vatican City, travellers and tourists can find out more about Europe at Travel Notes with travel articles, discussions and links.
Europe Travel Notes
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Europe by Country
Albania - Andorra - Armenia - Austria - Belarus - Belgium - Bosnia-Herzegovina - Bulgaria - Croatia - Cyprus - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Faroe Islands - Finland - France - Georgia - Germany - Gibraltar - Greece - Greenland - Great Britain - Holland - Hungary - Iceland - Ireland - Italy - Kosovo - Latvia - Liechtenstein - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Macedonia - Malta - Moldova - Monaco - Montenegro - Netherlands - Norway - Poland - Portugal - Romania - Russia - San Marino - Serbia - Slovakia - Slovenia - Spain - Svalbard - Sweden - Switzerland - Turkey - Ukraine - United Kingdom - Vatican City.
Connecting the United Kingdom with Mailand Europe:
Choose from a selection of ferry crossings, mini cruises, city breaks, themed cruises and holidays in Northern Europe and the Baltic with DFDS Seaways.
European Driving Distances:
Driving distances between major European destinations departing from Amsterdam, Andorra, Athens, Barcelona, Belfast, Belgrade, Bergen, Berlin, Bern, Biarritz, Bilbao, Bonn, Bordeaux, Brindisi, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Calais, Catania, Copenhagen, Cork, Dover, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Edinburgh, Essen, Faro, Florence, Frankfurt, Geneva, Genoa, Gothenburg, Graz, Hamburg, Hammerfest, Hannover, Helsinki, Innsbruck, Istanbul, Koln, La Coruna, Le Havre, Leipzig, Lisbon, London, Luxembourg, Lyon, Madrid, Malaga, Manchester, Marseille, Milano, Munich, Nantes, Naples, Nice, Nuremberg, Oslo, Palermo, Paris, Patras, Perpignan, Plymouth, Porto, Prague, Rijeka, Rome, Rotterdam, Salzburg, San Marino, Seville, Sofia, Southampton, Stavanger, Stockholm, Strasbourg, Stuttgart, Thessaloniki, Tirana, Toulouse, Trondheim, Vaasa, Venice, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb, Zaragoza, Zurich.
The Euro is the official currency in 16 European Union countries (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain). Although not EU members, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City also use the Euro.
Naturally the europa.eu website is in all the languages of the member states. But just who are the member states?
If you're interested in European history, Eurodocs has a reviewed list of links to primary historical documents from Western Europe.
The beauty of travelling around the Med is the various languages and cultures we encounter. Unfortunately, most of us can only manage a few of the languages, at most. The practical Mediteranean Phrasebook from Lonely Planet includes Albanian, Croatian, French, Greek, Italian, Macedonian, Portuguese, Slovene, Spanish and Turkish. Now you need never go hungry again.
Rail Travel in Europe:
For the budget-minded, overnight trains are a great way to save on accommodation in Europe, and you'll wake up in a new city, or even a new country. The romantic can enjoy a lakeside breakfast on the move, with views of snow-covered mountain peaks. Exploring Europe by rail has never been easier.
Rick Steves' Europe Through the Back Door includes plenty of travel advice for visitors to Europe. What form of transportation is best for you, sleeping and eating cheap, packing light, doing laundry, how to avoid theft and rip-offs, travel photography, communicating in a language you don't understand, using the phones for local and long-distance calls, keeping healthy while travelling, and advice for women travelling alone.
Travel by Bus in Europe
Eurolines connects over 500 cities in 25 European countries and offers travellers the freedom to explore Europe at their own pace, in the greatest comfort and the lowest price possible.
Walking in Europe:
Touching Nature is a great little guide for walkers, hikers, ramblers, outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers wishing to explore Austria, Germany, Switzerland or the Italian Dolomites on foot.
Wandering Around Europe on a Budget:
It is still possible to travel around Europe on a Shoestring budget if you stay in convents/monasteries, hostels and cheap hotels, or tap into traveller's networks such as Couchsurfing.