Rail Europe Map 2023

Eurail Map 2023

We have updated this map for the year 2023.

Here we have an updated map of all the intercontinental railway lines of Europe. 2023 is fast approaching and rail network will not be changing next year so we though we would put this up for those trying to play their European holiday in 2019.

There are a number of ways of getting cheap travel through out Europe and a Eurail pass in one of those. It will get you anywhere in Europe for a one off fee, depending on how long you are travelling for.

Although air fares can be cheap these day, you miss so much when flying. The train lets you experience Europe in a different and more involving way. You travel in the luxury you can afford and even meet people along the way.

Travelling by train around Europe can be a destination in itself, something you can’t say about plane flights.

10 Smallest Countries in Europe

What are the 10 smallest countries in Europe?

In 2020 this list has not changed. The only real difference to the current map of Europe is that the UK has left the European Union because of Brexit.

This is a list of the ten (10) smallest countries within Europe. What constitutes a country can be debated and while this list is meant to be educational. It is also meant to be fun and is not sticking to the strict description of country.

  • Vatican City
  • Monaco
  • San Marino
  • Liechtenstein
  • Plus 6 more…

1. Vatican City

Vatican city flag
Vatican City flag

Technically Vatican City is considered a ‘sovereign city-state’ and is only 0.44 km2 in size. Not only is this the smallest country in Europe but also one of the smallest in the world. This is a country within a city. The Vatican is situated in the City of Rome. It is isn’t even big enough to be considered a suburb. That gives you some idea about it’s size. The head of the country is the Pope and population of about 800 people is mostly made up of clergy and supporting staff.

2. Monaco

Monaco flag
Monaco flag

Monaco is famous around the world as the centre of  luxury, opulence and gambling in Europe. It is only 1.95 km2 and is formally known as the Principality of Monaco. Like Vatican City it is also is a “sovereign city-state”. It is completely surrounded by France and has access to the Mediterranean Sea. The head of state is known as the prince of Monaco and it has a population of approximately 38,000 people.

3. San Marino

San Marino flag
San Marino flag

The Republic of San Marino is only 61 km2. It is the oldest surviving sovereign state and constitutional republic in the world. It has a population of about 31,000 people and is a enclaved microstate surrounded by Italy.

4. Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein flag
Liechtenstein flag

the Principality of Liechtenstein is 160 km2 in area and has a population of about 37,000 people. One interesting fact about Liechtenstein is that it has the highest gross domestic product per person in the world. It is also infamously known as a tax haven. Recently tax avoiders who have been using Liechtenstein’s services have had their names leaked. This seems have facilitated a move by Liechtenstein to move away from that tax haven status.

5. Malta

Malta flag
Malta flag

Malta is made up of three different islands in the Mediterranean . The islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino. Situated south of Sicily, the islands get very mild weather. It 316 km2 and has a population of about 418, 000 citizens. The capital of Malta is Valletta, which has a population of about 7000 citizens.

6. Andorra

Andorra flag
Andorra flag

Andorra is situated on the border of Spain and France and has a population of about 85,000 people. It is a tax haven and known for cheap duty free goods. It is also known for it’s ski resorts. Land area is 468 km2 and has been an independent principality since 1278.

7. Luxembourg

Luxembourg flag
Luxembourg flag

Luxembourg is a Grand Duchy that is situated on the borders of France, Belgium and Germany with a area of 2,586 km2. This landlocked country has a population of about 530,000 individuals. It has three official languages French, German and Luxembourgish.

8. Cyprus

Cyprus flag
Cyprus flag

Cyprus is an Island off the coast of Turkey which covers 9,251 km2. It has had a very chequered recent past, where Turkey and Greece fought a war to control it. These days it is relatively peaceful and is a tourist Mecca. It is peppered with ancient monuments and sites, so history buffs are catered for. It has also some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean and for something different the visitor can go have a look at the demilitarized zone (the border between the Turkish and Greek areas).

9. Kosovo

Kosovo flag
Kosovo flag

At the time of writing this article Kosovo was Europe’s newest country and at 10,887 km2 is the second largest in this group of countries. Kosovo seceded from Serbia in 2008 although Russia and Serbia do not recognize the newly formed republic. The mostly Albanian population is friendly and very welcoming of tourists. The official languages are Albanian and Serbian, although many of Kosovo’s younger citizens understand English.

10. Montenegro

Montenegro flag
Montenegro flag

The small country of Montenegro is yet another former member of the Yugoslavian republic. At 13,812 km2 it is the largest of this group of small countries. A beautiful little country nestled on the Adriatic coast. You can be dipping your feet in the Adriatic one moment and an hour later you are skiing.

Map of Hungary

Hungary map

We have added a new Hungary map for 2019 as the old one was starting to show some wear and tear. it shows all the provinces, capital city, major cities and major roads.

As people generate more revenues these days, they are now getting more inclined to leisure activities. Leisure, nowadays, becomes more like a “necessity” for most people, and travelling has become one of the most popular among these recreational activities. In this light, a lot of countries have invested so much in their local tourism, and one of these nations would be Hungary – the house of the biggest thermal water system.

Hungary, or currently called as the Republic of Hungary, is a small country situated in the middle section of Central Europe. Bearing the crown as one of the oldest countries in Europe, Hungary, with Budapest as its capital and largest city, is a haven of beautiful tourist attractions, the home of the legendary Hungarian hospitality, fun-loving people, rich cultural heritage, splendid architectural infrastructures, and other insurmountable exciting activities which visitors can indulge into. Following the map of Hungary, Budapest is surrounded by countries such as Slovakia from the north, Ukraine and Romania from the east, Austria from the west and Serbia and Croatia to the south. Every year, as one of the thirty most populated tourist destinations of the world, approximately 8 million tourists from the different parts of the globe is attracted to travel Hungary each year.

Going to Hungary on a holiday or vacation will be worth all the time and effort; one can feel the serenity and revitalizing atmosphere so much that all the stresses and hassles of everything you have left behind on another country just drains away. Take a trip to Lemmenjoki National Park and Oulanka National Park and hike through their treks, you’ll really appreciate the beauty and power of nature in the imposing heights of the conifers and clarity of the lakes, you’ll even get to see Hungary’s national Bird, the Whooper swan!

Some of the attractions the guests would expect when they travel Hungary would include Roman ruins and ancient Turkish monuments, which are very convenient to visit since the edifices are found side by side. And among these breathtaking primeval buildings would include Castle Hill, which is often coined as Buda’s “old town”. With a little of touch of modern architectural designs, this centuries-old building has gone through a lot of renovations using vintage materials. Another famous landmark would be the Buda Royal Palace – a humongous building located at the southern end of the Castle Hill. Having been rebuilt 400 years ago, this antique palace now homes the National Széchenyi Library, Budapest History Museum, and the Hungarian National Gallery. Another famous tourist spot would be the Gellért Hill. Almost visible from everywhere in Budapest, this 14-metre monument is one of the memorable landmarks in the land. With a Freedom Monument on its peak, this monument symbolizes the country’s liberty from the supremacy of the Nazis. Among the other prominent “prides” of the city would include the Fisherman’s Bastion (often the first part of vacation tours), The Chain Bridge (the bridge that links Buda and Pest), the world’s second biggest Parliament, St. Stephen Basilica, The Great Synagogue (second largest in the world), Hero’s Square, Balaton – the largest fresh water lake providing a natural utopia for tourists, and the Margaret Island, where people can relax and enjoy great amenities, including a sport stadium, numerous tennis courts, an outdoor swimming complex, an open air theatre, Japanese and Rose gardens, early medieval ruins, two spa hotels and a beer garden.

As Hungary tourism marks a spot in the world of global travel, countless luxurious hotels, restaurants and cheap car rental services have sprung for the convenience and comfort of the guests. With numerous spectacular scenes to witness and with the presence of a lot of amenities within the locality for suitability, a vacation in Hungary would indeed be an escape worth remembering.

Hungary is still on the Europe map in 2020.

The old Map of Hungary is down below:

map of Hungary

Map of Croatia 2023

Croatia Map

We have added a new Croatia Map. The old one has become a bit long in the tooth but does have some characteristics that the new map doesn’t. So we have included it below if you are here looking for that map.

This new map was added in 2019 and includes all major roads, provinces and larger towns and cities. The provinces and capital cities are included in the table below and are in population order.

Croatia is still on the Europe map for the year 2023.

City / town County Population
Zagreb  Zagreb 802,588
Split  Split-Dalmatia 178,102
Rijeka  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 128,624
Osijek  Osijek-Baranja 108,048
Zadar  Zadar County 75,062
Velika Gorica  Zagreb County 63,517
Slavonski Brod  Brod-Posavina 59,141
Pula/Pola  Istria County 57,460
Karlovac  Karlovac County 55,705
Sisak  Sisak-Moslavina 47,768
Varaždin  Varaždin County 46,946
Šibenik  Šibenik-Knin 46,332
Dubrovnik  Dubrovnik-Neretva 42,615
Bjelovar  Bjelovar-Bilogora 40,276
Kaštela  Split-Dalmatia 38,667
Samobor  Zagreb County 37,633
Vinkovci  Vukovar-Srijem 35,312
Koprivnica  Koprivnica-Križevci 30,854
Đakovo  Osijek-Baranja 27,745
Vukovar  Vukovar-Srijem 27,683
Čakovec  Međimurje 27,104
Požega  Požega-Slavonia 26,248
Zaprešić  Zagreb County 25,223
Sinj  Split-Dalmatia 24,826
Petrinja  Sisak-Moslavina 24,671
Solin  Split-Dalmatia 23,926
Kutina  Sisak-Moslavina 22,760
Virovitica  Virovitica-Podravina County 21,291
Križevci  Koprivnica-Križevci 21,122
Sveta Nedelja  Zagreb County 18,059
Dugo Selo  Zagreb County 17,466
Metković  Dubrovnik-Neretva 16,788
Poreč/Parenzo  Istria County 16,696
Našice  Osijek-Baranja 16,224
Sveti Ivan Zelina  Zagreb County 15,959
Jastrebarsko  Zagreb County 15,866
Knin  Šibenik-Knin 15,407
Omiš  Split-Dalmatia 14,936
Vrbovec  Zagreb County 14,797
Ivanić-Grad  Zagreb County 14,548
Rovinj/Rovigno  Istria County 14,294
Nova Gradiška  Brod-Posavina 14,229
Ogulin  Karlovac County 13,915
Makarska  Split-Dalmatia 13,834
Ivanec  Varaždin County 13,758
Slatina  Virovitica-Podravina County 13,686
Novska  Sisak-Moslavina 13,518
Umag/Umago  Istria County 13,467
Novi Marof  Varaždin County 13,246
Trogir  Split-Dalmatia 13,192
Gospić  Lika-Senj 12,745
Krapina  Krapina-Zagorje 12,480
Županja  Vukovar-Srijem 12,090
Popovača  Sisak-Moslavina 11,905
Opatija  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 11,659
Labin/Albona  Istria County 11,642
Daruvar  Bjelovar-Bilogora 11,633
Valpovo  Osijek-Baranja 11,563
Pleternica  Požega-Slavonia 11,323
Duga Resa  Karlovac County 11,180
Crikvenica  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 11,122
Benkovac  Zadar County 11,026
Belišće  Osijek-Baranja 10,825
Imotski  Split-Dalmatia 10,764
Garešnica  Bjelovar-Bilogora 10,472
Kastav  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 10,440
Ploče  Dubrovnik-Neretva 10,135
Beli Manastir  Osijek-Baranja 10,068
Otočac  Lika-Senj 9,778
Donji Miholjac  Osijek-Baranja 9,491
Glina  Sisak-Moslavina 9,283
Trilj  Split-Dalmatia 9,109
Zabok  Krapina-Zagorje 8,994
Vodice  Šibenik-Knin 8,875
Pazin/Pisino  Istria County 8,638
Ludbreg  Varaždin County 8,478
Pakrac  Požega-Slavonia 8,460
Lepoglava  Varaždin County 8,283
Bakar  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 8,279
Đurđevac  Koprivnica-Križevci 8,264
Mali Lošinj  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 8,116
Čazma  Bjelovar-Bilogora 8,077
Rab  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 8,065
Prelog  Međimurje 7,815
Drniš  Šibenik-Knin 7,498
Senj  Lika-Senj 7,182
Ozalj  Karlovac County 6,817
Ilok  Vukovar-Srijem 6,767
Pregrada  Krapina-Zagorje 6,594
Vrgorac  Split-Dalmatia 6,572
Grubišno Polje  Bjelovar-Bilogora 6,478
Varaždinske Toplice  Varaždin County 6,364
Otok  Vukovar-Srijem 6,343
Mursko Središće  Međimurje 6,307
Krk  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 6,281
Kutjevo  Požega-Slavonia 6,247
Lipik  Požega-Slavonia 6,170
Oroslavje  Krapina-Zagorje 6,138
Buzet/Pinguente  Istria County 6,133
Vodnjan/Dignano  Istria County 6,119
Zlatar  Krapina-Zagorje 6,096
Delnice  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 5,952
Donja Stubica  Krapina-Zagorje 5,680
Korčula  Dubrovnik-Neretva 5,663
Biograd na Moru  Zadar County 5,569
Orahovica  Virovitica-Podravina County 5,304
Buje/Buie  Istria County 5,182
Novi Vinodolski  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 5,113
Slunj  Karlovac County 5,076
Vrbovsko  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 5,076
Kraljevica  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 4,618
Novigrad/Cittànova  Istria County 4,345
Obrovac  Zadar County 4,323
Hvar  Split-Dalmatia 4,251
Supetar  Split-Dalmatia 4,074
Pag  Zadar County 3,846
Skradin  Šibenik-Knin 3,825
Čabar  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 3,770
Novalja  Lika-Senj 3,663
Opuzen  Dubrovnik-Neretva 3,254
Klanjec  Krapina-Zagorje 2,915
Cres  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 2,879
Stari Grad  Split-Dalmatia 2,781
Hrvatska Kostajnica  Sisak-Moslavina 2,756
Nin  Zadar County 2,744
Vrlika  Split-Dalmatia 2,177
Vis  Split-Dalmatia 1,934
Komiža  Split-Dalmatia 1,526

Whether you intend to visit Croatia as a tourist or just for any other activities, you will definitely fall in love with the cities, the people and the country as a whole. This map of Croatia will help you discover its delights. The country is located in Europe and has a bigger population than most other European countries. The country is a member of the European Union and has for a long time been involved in major decision making processes of the union.

There are cheap flights available from major airlines to Croatia any month of the year. The cheap flights are available online and offline. Many airlines offer the cheap flights during the festive seasons or their respective anniversaries. It can sometimes be tricky to get the cheap flights but with patience and a little research, the cheap flights can be found without having to struggle.

There are many more Tourist Attractions in Croatia than in most other European countries. In fact Croatia is one of Europe’s premier travel destinations. They are located in different places within the country and they charge reasonably affordable charges for their services. Zagreb is one of the cities tourists will definitely fall in love with. The city is Croatia’s capital and has numerous museums and galleries for every art and history lover. Accommodations in Zagreb are not a challenge but compared to other cities and towns hotels and lodges here are slightly expensive. To find a good place to stay during your vacation or holiday, make early bookings. These can be done online or through your travel agency. With early bookings you can secure reduced charges and probably get the best room a guest house or a lodge has. All places rendering accommodation services treat their guests like royalty so you should not worry at all about when kind of treatment you will receive.

There are nice beaches on the coastline where all the fun begins. Here, one gets to sample all the seafood available and even have a chance to chat with the locals. The seafood can be served hot on the beach or if you like, you can make a room service order and enjoy the food in the privacy of your own room. There are also beach games like beach volleyball and beach soccer. Then there is the wonderful under water adventures that come along with scuba diving. If you have never tried under water experience, try it in Croatia. You will definitely love the experience. There are other lots of parks to enjoy all across Croatia. To find out more about the cool places in Croatia consult your travel guide agency.

Before you travel Croatia, make sure you know the kind of weather you are going to find there. Summers are mostly crowded with tourist flying to the coastal parts of Croatia while winters have fewer flights because of the cold weather. The best time to fly to Croatia is during spring when the weather is cool and there are cheap flights to most cities of Europe. Then make sure you find some time to chat with the locals. You will fall in love with them due to their friendly nature. Lastly get a map of Croatia so you will know where to go around.

Below we have our old Map of Croatia.
map of Croatia

EU Map | European Union Map 2023

Map of the EU

Click on the image above to get a large version of the map of the European Union. The European Union is currently a conglomeration of 27 European countries, which we will list below. The United Kingdom has now left the European Union but judging by the political termoil in late 2022 it may re-enter the EU at some time in the future.  The only hard border  affected by this is the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Currently the EU has a population of about 447,007,596 people and an area of 4,233,255.3 km2 but as mentioned above thie will all change soon. The EU started with the treaty of Paris in 1951 and was only made up of six countries. This being the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, and West Germany and originated from the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and in 1957 at the treaty of Rome the European Economic Community (EEC) was brought into being. The Maastricht Treaty of 1993 brought into being the European Union as we know it today.

EU Map 2023
EU Map 2023

Map of the EU 2023

With Boris Johnson winning the UK election in 2019 with a thumping majority the current EU map is going to change in a very big way. All us map making sites are in a bit of “tizzy” as to how to handle this. Here at mapofeurope.com we have decided that for now we will be including Northern Ireland with the Republic of Ireland. This is no way represents the current geopolitical situation on the ground in the emerald isle. However for clarity we have undertaken to keep all of Ireland the same color until we get a clearer understanding of how the soft border in the middle of the Irish Sea works.

Boris Johnson’s plan for Brexit has an article which basically states the following:

“It says that goods going into Northern Ireland from Great Britain will not be subject to tariffs “unless that good is at risk of subsequently being moved into the European Union and that household goods will be exempt.”.

However in reality the European Union has veto over exemptions and Northern Ireland loses most of its control over goods travelling from the United Kingdom, through Northern Ireland and into the European Union. This becomes the famous border or line in the middle of the Irish Sea which the DUP “Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party” is totally against but can do nothing about.

Brexit could be the catalyst to Scotland finally leaving the United Kingdom. Another referendum seems to be on the table and polls have the leave vote ahead of the stay vote. The Scottish National Party (SNP) has made it clear that they are not in favor of braking away from the European Union but they will have no choice under Boris Johnson’s regime. The year 2020 is going to be a very interesting year for Europe and the European Union.

We now have an overall Europe Map for 2023. We also have an update World Map for 2023

List of the Countries in the EU

 

Name Capital Accession
Austria Vienna 1 January 1995
Belgium Brussels Founder
Bulgaria Sofia 1 January 2007
Croatia Zagreb 1 July 2013
Cyprus Nicosia 1 May 2004
Czech Republic Prague 1 May 2004
Denmark Copenhagen 1 January 1973
Estonia Tallinn 1 May 2004
Finland Helsinki 1 January 1995
France Paris Founder
Germany Berlin Founder[o]
Greece Athens 1 January 1981
Hungary Budapest 1 May 2004
Ireland Dublin 1 January 1973
Italy Rome Founder
Latvia Riga 1 May 2004
Lithuania Vilnius 1 May 2004
Luxembourg Luxembourg City Founder
Malta Valletta 1 May 2004
Netherlands Amsterdam Founder
Poland Warsaw 1 May 2004
Portugal Lisbon 1 January 1986
Romania Bucharest 1 January 2007
Slovakia Bratislava 1 May 2004
Slovenia Ljubljana 1 May 2004
Spain Madrid 1 January 1986
Sweden Stockholm 1 January 1995

For posterity we have included the old, pre-brexit map of of the European Union below! It is a shame that the United Kingdom has opted to leave but hopefully they will return in the future.

OLD EU Map pre brexit

Here at Europe map, we now have a Europe Map for 2023. Here is a direct link to the Europe Map Image.

Map of Spain

Map of Spain
Map of Spain

Spain is a lovely place to visit, with one of Europe’s best climates and friendly people to boot. A vacation to Spain will leave you with some amazing lasting memories. Travel around this wonderful country is easy. You can’t escape Spain’s history and culture even if you wanted to. It is simply everywhere. Spain wears it’s history proudly from the Basque region in the north to the borders of Portugal in the south. A summer holiday in Spain is something everyone should at least once in their life. The warm weather will even allow for you to backpack around Spain and if you cant get accommodation just camp somewhere. All you really need is a sleeping bag and a small roll up mattress, this is even better (safer) if you do it as a group. As with anywhere there are elements that could spoil your holiday so make sure to take out some good travel insurance. There are many good travel insurance companies around the web, so do some research and ask your travel agent to get you some quotes. However make sure you check as travel agents can often have incentives to push certain insurance policies and may not always be offering the cheapest or the best. A good map of Spain will not go amiss when travelling through this wonderful country.

Cheap tickets to Spain are always on offer. Budget airlines are constantly fighting each other for business. If you wait and time your purchases right you can get some incredible deals. Spain has one of the best train networks in Europe and rail is a viable alternative to flying. The beauty of rail is that it also lets you take in the magnificent vistas that the countryside offers, rather than just flying over the top of it.

Like France, every type of tourism is catered for. Scenic tourism, cultural tourism, historical tourism, relaxation and shopping. You can do one or more of these in a day. You could take in the historical sites of Madrid by day and then go out to some of the best restaurants, bars and cafes at night. Culture comes in many forms and Madrid has them all from bull fights and running with the bulls all the way through to opera. Madrid has been voted one of the worlds most liveable cities on a number of occasions and there is no wonder why. A gorgeous town with a wonderfully friendly population.

Here are some facts about Spain

Official name is the Kingdom of Spain. It is situated in central Europe. Bordered by the countries : Portugal and France. The Seas that border it are : Atlantic Ocean, Bay of Biscal and Mediterranean Sea. The land mass is 504,030 km/squared and a population of approximately 46 million people. The capital city is Madrid. Spain’s political system is a Parliamentary democracy and constitutional and the official language is Spanish.

Spain is still on the 2020 version of the Europe map.

Map of Serbia

Serbia Map

We have added a new Serbia map for 2019. it shows all the major roads, provinces, capital city and other major cities.

Serbia is on the Europe map for 2020 but isn’t on the EU Map for 2020.

In the map of Europe, you can actually see a lot of potential places one can have their dream vacation. One of the most popular countries that are known to give maximum satisfaction to foreigners is Serbia. Tourists in the place will get the chance to enjoy the national parks found in Belgrade. Mountain resorts are also widely available in the place that it leads the tourists to visit the country very often. In fact, it is claimed that Serbia possesses a terrific beauty of mountains, lakes, ski resorts and reservoirs. During summer, it is noticeable that there is a heavy influx of German, Italian, English and French tourists, while New Year is reserved for the Slovenian nationals. Also, one of the best characteristics of Serbian which lead people to visit the place more often is the hospitality shown by the Serbians towards the country’s tourists.

When you get to visit the map of Serbia, you will be able to see lots of Serbia destinations which would surely bring you a one of a kind vacation experience.

If you get to travel Serbia, you will be able to see the marvellous nature-endowed tourist destinations which no other tourist spots could parallel with. All you have to do is ride by a plane from London which would just usually take you about 2 hours and 40 minutes. However, it should be noted that the national airline, the Jat Airways, does not cater direct flights coming from the US. If you are coming from the neighbouring European countries, you can travel Serbia by rail or by road though bus, trains and buses. When you are in Serbia already, you could avail of the car rental services which are offered at a relatively affordable price.

With regards to the accommodation within Serbia, you can find concentrations of Deluxe and 5-star hotels in Belgrade and Novi Sad. The smaller towns offer hotels that are mid-price or owned and operated by the state. Furthermore, some of these state-owned hotels have been bought by private institutions and are refurbished to meet the current demand of the foreigners and tourist when it comes to comfort and style. Overall, the hotels in Serbia are collectively great. Prices of the accommodations actually vary being the 5-star class hotels, the most expensive. Aside from this, there are also small boutique hotels that can be seen in Nis, Belgrade and Novi Sad.

But there is more, if you are finding alternative places to stay in Serbia you can actually rent a Camper and roam around Serbia without hassle. A list of companies that offer camper truck rentals can be found on National Tourism Organisation of Serbia.  There are also several inns and motels along the major roads of Serbia. Prices actually vary based on several factors like tourist season, location and the quality of service rendered.

If you have the desire to roam around Europe, never miss going to Serbia for this place would surely bring you the kind of vacation you have been dreaming of.

Below we have the old map of Serbia.
map of Serbia

Map of Montenegro

Montegro is still on the Europe map for 2020 but not on the European Union map for 2020.

If you love travelling around the world, then you should not miss passing through Montenegro. Because of the scenic and beautiful attractions which the country offers which you will see in the map of Montenegro, the number of tourists and visitors who are coming to the place increases almost every year. In fact, tourism is one of the major industries which keep Montenegro a progressing country today.

Back in the 1980’s, the country is well known be a good tourist destination because of the combination of coastal and mountainous sceneries. Until today, the country receives a lot of international awards because of the beauty it possesses. Some of the recognitions which were awarded to the country include “50 Places of a Lifetime”, “Top 31 Places to Go in 2010″ and “10 Top Hot Spots of 2009″. In fact, the country is considered to be one of the fast growing tourism industries in the worlds.

Getting to Montenegro has never been this fast because of the presence of Montenegro Airlines, the national airline of the country. If you are coming from Paris, the flight would usually take around 2 hours and 40 minutes while from Budapest, it would just take you 1 hour and 10 minutes. However, you could still get to Montenegro by water, by rail or by the land.

Sightseeing in Montenegro would be more efficient and worthwhile if you get to have a car. To cater your need for car rental, there are lots of for hire car firms in the airport as well as in the maintown which are 24/7 ready to be of service to you.

To travel Montenegro would surely be a worthwhile and memorable experience to you and your family. For your comfortable and cozy accommodation needs, you may check in to some of the most luxurious hotels found in coastal areas which are rated from 1-star to 5-star hotels. The mountainous and coastal sceneries found in the country lead the hotels to be fully-booked all year round. This is why is strongly advised to have an advance booking or reservation to the hotels of your desire.

Montenegro has really lots to offer which is why many tourists keep on coming back to the place. In Kotor, you will be amazed with the ancient Venetian architecture, a clock tower which has already been present since the 17th century, the Cathedral of St Tiphun which is known for its glorious twin towers and museums. Just above Kotor, you will be able to take a mountain trek in Lovcen.

Montenegro is also proud to present the beauty within Ulcinj which is considered to the one of the most aged towns. Ulcinj contains the Renaissance Church Mosque and the Balsica Tower which really engrossed people to come again and visit the place. In Ulcinj, you could have day trips along the lengthy beach of Velika Plaza, go to Sasko Lake, scuba diving, Jet Ski, boat tours and kite surfing. In fact, it is deemed that Montenegro possesses the finest and the best beaches in the Mediterranean. With the place’s 2000-year old history, extensive fine sand beaches, rolling hillsides and hospitality of the Montenegrins, it is no wonder that Montenegro highly commend this place to be a great spot to have your family vacations. You will also enjoy other activities such as hiking, paragliding, rafting and biking in one of the UNESCO awarded World Natural Heritage because of the glacial landscapes, pine forests, deep gorges and high peaks, the Durmitor National Park.
With the country’s beauty endowed by nature, it is no wonder that Montenegro continues to be the emerging tourist destination in Europe today.

Old map of Montenegro is below.
map of Montenegro