Europe Travel Guide

Europe is an ancient land home to a diverse range of cultures, natural wonders and some of the world's most significant history and landmarks, making it a popular holiday destination with unparalleled options for unforgettable holidays. Travel Online offers the best ways to select and book your Europe holiday accommodation. This site contains everything you need to secure excellent accommodation at affordable prices for European accommodation ranging from budget hotels and lodges to luxury resorts and boutique accommodation. Europe stretches over 10 million square kilometers from the Atlantic to Asia and from the Arctic to Africa and offers rich history, amazing cultural heritage and some of the world's most famous landmarks and attractions. With 50 countries to explore, Europe's excellent infrastructure and open borders make travelling this diverse continent simple. You won't need to travel more than a couple of hours to discover a new destination, culture, language, attractions, history or cuisine.

Europe Accommodation

We tailor our Europe accommodation to suit each destination, listing it by region or attraction depending on where you're visiting. This makes planning your holiday much easier as you'll know what to look for and where to stay to be close to the things that are important to you. We've got accommodation at sundrenched chateaus in the rolling Tuscany hills, modern inner city accommodation in the heart of London, beautiful hotels by the French Riviera, accommodation with views of the Eiffel Tower and relaxing resorts on exotic Greek islands. No matter what Europe accommodation you're looking for, we've got it and at a great price.

Popular Europe Regions

Europe Attractions

From historical monuments to iconic landmarks and everything in between, Europe attractions can be as adventurous or as relaxing as you like. Step back in time with the incredible mythological, historical and archeological attractions, museums and masterpieces and indulge in fresh local produce and a sip or two of Ouzo. Italy is also home to a number of popular attractions including the capital Rome, awe-inspiring Pompeii, the Amalfi coastline, beaches of the Riviera and the gentle gondolas and winding canals of Venice. France and its capital Paris are also popular Europe attractions thanks to its reputation as the city of love and home to The Lourve, Moulin Rouge and Eiffel Tower.

Europe Facts

Europe is named after the Greek mythological Phoenician princess 'Europa'. Europe is a continent home to 50 countries with The Vatican the smallest at just 0.44 sq km while Russia is the largest at 17,098,242 sq km. The USA's famous symbol of freedom, the Statue of Liberty, was actually built in France and was gifted to the United States of America in 1886 by the people of France. Although most countries in Europe have adopted the Euro as their monetary unit, the United Kingdom still uses the British Pound as their currency.