Map of Europe

We have been travelling around a fair bit lately. Europe is so easy, especially if you live on the continent. We don’t even fly that much! We can jump on a train 15 minutes away from our flat and be in London in 2 hours, Amsterdam in 3 hours and Italy in 5 hours. It is so easy! But part of traveling is actually learning about where we are going and where all the different places are. And to do that, you do need a map.

I love this one by English Muffin, I love the fresh colour and how easy it is to spot all the different countries. I also like the way it makes Europe look like the only thing in the world, floating in a blue ocean, even though it is only this tiny little part of the world!

– Emilie


Comments (7)

June 4, 2013

This is great – just what I’ve been looking for and for a change they actually didn’t forget about our tiny Slovenia! 😉 Thanks for sharing this great find!

June 4, 2013

What about Russia? It’s partly in Europe!

June 4, 2013

I thought the same thing! It is Europe until the Ural mountains, right?

June 5, 2013

It’s very cute, but I can’t find the Canary Islands (geographically, it’s Africa, but they’re Spanish, so, part of Europe)…

June 5, 2013

I’m from Madeira, an archipelago of Portugal (just like Azores) in the Atlantic Ocean, very European, but where is my home??

Emilie in Paris
June 5, 2013

Ana, lucky you! My great grandfather used to spend his winters in Madeira because Ireland was too cold! I think we can agree that this might not be the most accurate, not detailed map of Europe, but it is cute all the same!

June 12, 2013

This map is a wonderful learning tool too . My daughter always seem to get the Poland and Finland wrong in her map. Thanks for sharing this 😉

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