From its Northern Lights to its Southern shores, this drama queen keeps on thrilling, surprising and confusing with her extraordinary wealth of sights, sounds, peoples and parties.

Overwhelming it can be, confusing for sure – just perusing a map of the crowded Old World will reveal cities, mountain ranges, seas and even countries you may never have even heard of. But the good news is that whatever you decide to do here, you’ll leave blown away by the sights, sounds, tastes and other sensations you’ll experience: there simply is no way to tour Europe and not be awestruck.

Europe can geographically be marked only as a peninsula of the much bigger Eurasia. It is bound by the Ural Mountains in the east that separate it from Asia, the Mediterranean Sea in the south separating it from Africa and ending in the Atlantic Ocean in the west. Europe blessed with pleasant summer temperatures, mild rain, sunny Mediterranean coastline, mid-night sun in northern Scandinavia and chilly, snow-covered winters. With its rich historic, social and cultural history, Europe is a equally rich in natural beauty. While on holiday here, you will have plenty of time to admire the mighty snow-capped speaks of the Alps in Switzerland, Italy and Austria, the many Mediterranean resorts that dot the coastline such as Nice and Cannes, the rich green farmlands of Germany, vineyards of France, fjords of Norway, and the lowlands of Netherlands and Belgium. Of course, Europe is notorious for the frequent change in scenery and geographic features that greet travelers even at every hundred kilometres or so.

The climate of Europe is varied. Even though the actual area is small, it has many different destinations and a holiday can be enjoyed in any season. In fact, as the Holiday Experts, we advice you consider the weather only if your are visiting Europe for a specific purpose - maybe to see the tulips in Netherlands (May) or the Northern Lights in Scandinavia (winter). Summer in Europe lasts from June to August, the months are dry but temperature variance between sunny Italy and the snow of the Alps can be quite high. West and Central Europe, especially England, France, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy and Austria have temperate climate. Summer temperatures are expected to be in the mid to high twenties, with extended sunlight hours.

The culture of Europe is a blend of rich traditions of philosophy, science, literature, and arts and histories of empires that blended the best from around the world. The foundation of the culture we now associate with modern Europe can be traced back to the ancient Greek city states, fortified by the contribution of the Roman Empire and then strengthened by the spirit of Inquisition and what is now cherished as freedom of thought and expression. However, immense culture diversity is visible throughout the continent as different people and cultures influenced different parts of it. This can be seen in the many castles, museums and palaces that dot the countries, each of which has a separate history and culture background. Besides, there are different languages spoken across Europe but English is most widely used throughout the continent. Other languages used in Europe include German in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, Italian in Switzerland, Italy and San Marino, and French in Switzerland, Monaco and France.

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