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Red roofs of Dubrovnik, Croatia, with the ocean in the distance

With 50 countries across the regions of Europe, opportunities to explore feel almost endless.

For history buffs, there are battlegrounds, monuments, and museums. For cultural explorers, there are castles, markets, and immersive experiences. For foodies, there are Michelin-starred restaurants, cooking classes, and food markets. For outdoor and nature enthusiasts, there are mountains, parks, and fjords to explore.

Europe has it all. And we love it all.

From the food markets of Provence to the wineries of Tuscany, Europe is delicious. From Ireland’s green rolling hills to the pristine beaches of Albania, it is beautiful. From the couture capital of Paris to the hot springs of Budapest, Europe is a cultural playground.

Europe Travels

There are several countries that we can’t seem to stay away from on our travels. We have written extensively about:

Some of our favorite articles about things to do in Europe come from destinations we’ve visited several times. They include:







Other Fun Trips

Old Town Riga Latvia skyline – seeing it is one of the best things to do in Riga Latvia

Fun Things to Do in Riga to Make the Most of Your Trip

Riga is a brilliant mix of old and new. On a walk through this lovely city, you could glimpse a 700-year-old church next to a modern store next to a new building that was reconstructed to look old. This blend means there’s something different around every corner and in every square.

Walking along the River Avon is one of the great things to do on a weekend in Bath England

18 Best Things to Do in Bath, England

Over 25 years ago at summer camp, I met a young woman from Bath. She told me stories about a beautiful town in the west of England that had hot springs and looked like it was right out of a movie set. It turns out she wasn’t lying.

Half-timbered buildings in Nuremberg Germany

18 Fun Things to Do in Nuremberg, Germany

Dotted with medieval churches, laced together with half-timbered buildings, and punctuated by a castle from the early days of the Holy Roman Empire, Nuremberg, Germany, is bursting at the seams with history.

Mural of tree and fairies at the entrance to Freetown Christiania in Copenhagen Denmark

Freetown Christiania: Copenhagen’s Colorful Hippie Haven

In this self-proclaimed free state in the middle of Copenhagen, no one owns their homes, the people police themselves, and all decisions are made by consensus. It’s been this way for 45 years now, and the residents—all 850 of them—have no intention of changing.