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Europe probably has more human history packed into it than any place on earth. Starting with ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, the spread of Christianity, the Viking Age, through the Renaissance, to the development of the nation states which explored the world and built empires (Great Britain, Spain, Portugal, France and the Netherlands), and in the past century the World Wars and the growth of the European Union. The largest air travel hubs in Europe are, in order, London (LON: LCY, LHR, LGW, STN, LTN), Frankfurt (FRA, HHN), Paris (CDG), and Madrid (MAD) which in turn have connections to practically everywhere in Europe. However, nearly every European city has direct long-distance flights at least to some destinations elsewhere, and other smaller airports can make sense for specific connections: for example, Vienna (VIE) has a very good network of flights to the Middle East and Eastern Europe, while Helsinki (HEL) is the geographically closest place to transfer if coming in from East Asia. Western Europe is the largest air hub in the world with London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Dublin, Manchester, Brussels all within an hours flying distance from each other. (Pause for advertisement): Book deals on hotels in the best locations at your travel destinations. Make hotel reservations. Reserve hotel rooms and suites. Find lodging and accommodations to suit your tastes. Look up hotel deals at AirGorilla and HotelGorilla.com (end of ad). From East Asia, Hong Kong and Bangkok are served by long-haul flights to most major European cities. Europe is one of the world’s seven continents. European countries welcome more than 480 million international visitors per year, more than half of the global market, and 7 of the 10 most visited countries are European nations. It's easy to see why - a well preserved cultural heritage, open borders and efficient infrastructure makes visiting Europe a breeze, and rarely will you have to travel more than a few hours before you can immerse yourself in a new culture. Europe's climate ranges from subtropical near the Mediterranean Sea in the south, to subarctic near the Barents Sea and Arctic Ocean in the northern latitudes. There is much here for the traveller to enjoy, with a bewildering array of diversity and languages and culture, cosmopolitan cities and spectacular scenery, let alone some of the leading cities of the world. Europe includes travel destinations such as Paris - The capital of romance and France on the banks of the Seine; London - Britain's vibrant and truly multicultural capital; Istanbul - A fascinating melting pot, and the only major city to span two continents; Rome - The eternal city of seven hills and two and a half thousand years of history; Barcelona - Gaudi's cosmopolitan home on Mediterranean coast; Moscow - Europe's largest city is famous for it's nightlife and the iconic Kremlin; Prague - Magic city with it's renowned bridges spanning the Vltava River; Athens - The cradle of western civilization is teeming with historic monuments; Amsterdam - Canals, Rembrandt, Hashish and Red lanterns, the epicentre of liberal attitudes.