Welcome to Europe

Europe is home to a range of different people, landscapes, and weather. From the sunny beaches of Barcelona, to the snow-capped mountains of the Swiss Alps – there’s something for everyone in Europe. The majority of the 50 countries use the Euro and are part of the European Union.

It doesn’t take a lot of convincing to get travellers to step outside the city limits of Paris and explore the famous French countryside. Over the years they have played host to tons of iconic artists, poets and it makes sense why. Rural France offers visitors a unique landscape and colour palette that is charming, classic and romantic all at the same time.

Besancon is city of art and history that is nestled right in the curve of the Doubs River in France. The city won the honour of being France’s “greenest city” and remains committed to keeping their city clean and conscious of the environment and the natural surroundings—which isn’t hard to do when everywhere you look is green and leafy.

Whether you prefer fine cuisine, masterful painting, inspired sculptures, intricate gardens, filmography, photography or dance, there is a specialty and famous work of art that was performed in or inspired by the City of Light.

Nothing says “amour français” like an oozing triple crème. The French enjoy a lot of cheese and more importantly, they are deeply connected to and proud of their cheese. As well they should be! Some varieties are available in every supermarket, some are specific to a region, and others are local to just a village or community.

One of the most exciting things about visiting the UK is the opportunity to drink in its rich history. The large, stone castles that dot this region are relics that allow visitors to travel back in time, so here are three you should definitely include on your 'must-see list'.

Aside from the history, culture and fantastic cuisine, Germany is justly famous for their beer. All over this country you will find packed microbreweries and brewpubs, rowdy beer halls and beer gardens, and a beer tap at nearly every restaurant. While beer is not hard to come by in Germany, Cover-More has compiled a list of the best places throughout this region where you can sit down and enjoy a cold one. Just make sure to drink responsibly.

Berlin is the ultimate combination of glamour, history, culture, architecture and fooddating back to the 13th century. Whether you are travelling there to experience the history or are looking to try out Berlin’s world-renowned night life, a visit to Germany’s capital will please everyone

Germany definitely has no shortage of great accommodations, especially budget-friendly hostels. These hostels are great alternatives to hotels, and many are more luxurious than you might typically expect. Here are some of the best hostels found throughout Germany that allow you to enjoy your visit while keeping your budget on track.

Hast du Hunger’—are you hungry? You better be if you are planning a trip to Germany. This European country has an endless amount of some of the richest and most delicious dishes for your try. Here are seven foods and drinks you cannot leave the country without tasting.

Germany has much to offer visitors. This region is perfect for sightseeing and exploring the bewitching scenery and exquisite architecture, or taste-testing the delectable German cuisine. With the variety of activities to choose from, make sure you set aside time to check out some of Germany’s must-visit museums. This European country has a museum for everyone, whether you enjoy natural history or science, or are looking to learn more about the German culture. Here are seven different but equally exciting and enjoyable museums to fit into your German holiday.

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