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Geographia's Europe

No other region of the world approaches the popularity of Europe as a travel destination. Even for its residents, the cultural density and diversity of this continent offers virtually unlimited opportunities for exploration and discovery.

In the last decades, as the division between Eastern and Western Europe has disintegrated, the entire continent has experienced a period of enormous, unprecedented change.

Today Europe is a more exciting travel destination than ever before.

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Belgium's history has always been linked to both commercial and cultural exchange, and much of its character is due to its role as the great meeting place of western Europe. Today, its capital city of Brussels is one of the world's great cosmopolitan cities, home to both the European Union and NATO, as well as a wealth of international trade and finance companies. As a result of its international outlook, Belgium has long been a country for connoisseurs, a small nation abundant in quality. 

A thousand years ago, Denmark's peninsular location at the heart of four European regions made it an ideal base for seafaring Vikings. Today, the conditions that once made Denmark a perfect point of departure make it a fascinating place to arrive: it is an intriguing crossroads of culture, history, and commerce. 

People who visit Iceland are often struck by its utopian nature. This is a country that seems to have mastered living. There is no pollution, crime is virtually non-existent, and the citizens here are the   longest-lived people on Earth. Added to the sociological achievements is a landscape brimming with natural wonders: Europe’s largest glacier and waterfall, countless volcanoes, geysers, and hot springs. 

Northern Ireland 
Northern Ireland is one of Europe's most exhilarating travel destinations, a stunningly beautiful land filled with poetry, myth, and history. Come along as we explore the six counties of Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone and visit the city of Belfast and the towns of Derry and Armagh. Northern Ireland also has two of the world's top-rated golf courses, beautiful hikes, outstanding birdwatching, almost legendary angling, and excellent resources for investigating ancestral heritage. 

Home to Europe's last great wilderness, Sweden is also a place where subway stations are art exhibits and urban canals are clean enough to swim in. Here is a country wonderfully obsessed with the aesthetic synthesis: between man and nature, form and function, ancient and modern. 

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