The beauty and diversity of Europe has attracted both tourists and artists throughout the history. Complete these puzzles to discover beautiful places and find some travel inspiration.
Beauty and nature in national parks
There are more than 500 national parks in Europe. Triglav is the only national park in Slovenia, named after the country’s highest mountain. Complete the puzzle to see its pristine beauty.
Sea and sun
Europe’s coastline is thousands of kilometres long, offering a stunning diversity of landscapes: dramatic cliffs, wide dunes, picturesque fishing villages and bustling resorts.
The French Riviera became a popular tourist destination in the 18th century when the English aristocracy started to spend winters there, attracted by its beauty and mild climate.
Days at the lake
From water sports to wildlife spotting – there’s so much you can do lakeside. Finland is known as a ‘country of a thousand lakes’. In fact, there are around 188,000 of them. If you manage to finish this challenging jigsaw, you’ll see the second largest lake in Finland – Päijänne.
Cute villages, ample farmlands, delicious food, traditional culture and serenity – you’ll find them in every European country. Complete this puzzle to see a rural landscape from the Netherlands.
A tourist in your own city
You don’t have to travel far to have memorable adventures. A staycation is a great way to see at your own city with different eyes and discover places you oversee in your daily life.
Do you have favourite place in your city or region? Share it in the comments or on social media, using the hashtag #DiscoveringEurope.
By Aleksandra Strzelichowska, Europeana Foundation
This blog is part of Europeana’s Discovering Europe season featuring cultural jewels and hidden gems from across the continent.