On this page you can find links to all articles on the website related to Europe.
For easier navigation, I divided the articles into various categories so you can find more quickly what you’re looking for.
This article groups all covered European countries on one page with links to specific articles on each individual nation:
If you’re looking for the warmest cities in Europe, in this article I combine all my research on major European countries and their warmest cities.
Below are other articles on warm weather in Europe. Scroll or swipe horizontally.
In this article I’m going to provide destinations where it’s warm all year round in Europe.
Are there any places like Hawaii in Europe? Yes and no. Discover the most similar islands in Europe that may be a good alternative to Hawaii.
What country is 20 degrees all year round? Here are places in the world with a mild climate, featuring around 20 degrees Celsius every day.
Madeira vs Canary Islands: which place is better for a vacation? Which has a better climate, beaches, and views? Here’s my personal experience.
What’s the hottest country in Europe? I’m presenting the hottest countries in Europe that offer warm weather year round.
What place has the best weather in the world? I define great weather. I then offer my top three picks and three places I don’t recommend.
I’ve written extensively about warm countries in Europe but I’ve never answered one question people may ask: what’s the best warm country in Europe?
In this article I’m going to discuss what is the best climate to live in.
Tenerife vs Gran Canaria: which island is better? If you’re not sure whether to visit Tenerife or Gran Canaria, here’s my first-hand experience with both islands.
What’s the hottest place in Spain? Discover the hottest year round city, a city that has the warmest winters, a city that has the hottest summers, and more.
Looking for climate alternatives to Los Angeles? Here are cities with weather like Los Angeles, both in the US as well as in the world.
Below are articles related to sunshine data in places in Europe. Scroll or swipe horizontally.
London weather is known for its cloudy, gloomy skies. But what’s the number of sunny days in London? I’ll provide an answer with helpful tables.
What’s the sunniest part of England? Discover five sunniest counties along with the sunniest cities in each of them.
In this article I’m going to share with you my ranking of the sunniest places in the UK.
Tired of gray skies and cloudy weather? In this article I’ll share with you countries that are always sunny, including every continent.
Below are articles related to life quality (safety, cost of living, etc.) in Europe or that mention Europe. Scroll or swipe horizontally.
Is Europe safer than the US? How do European countries compare to the United States in terms of crime rates and an overall perception of safety?
What are the safest cities in Europe? Discover Europe’s safest destinations based on data coming directly from people who live there.
In this article I’m going to share with you a list of the safest Eastern European countries to visit.
Explore the safest warm countries to live in. I share top15 countries based on data as well as my personal experience. I also include a table with 96 countries.
In this article I’m going to share with you a list of the best countries to live in for outdoor enthusiasts.
Is Europe a good place to live? Discover pros and cons of living in Europe, as described by an European who has traveled to over 30 countries.
What are the cheapest and safest places to live in the world? I analyzed 142 countries to identify the most affordable and safest countries to live.
In this article I’m going to share with you a list of the best places for introverts to live.
Below are other articles not yet categorized. Scroll or swipe horizontally.
London vs New York – which of these cities has a better climate? Here’s my comparison including temperatures, sunshine, rain, snow, and humidity.
Is Scotland colder than Canada? In this article I’m going to compare these two countries, see how their climates differ, and which one is colder.