When traveling to the European Union, there are certain travel considerations that every American should be aware of. Whether these concern having a money, emergencies etc. these tips provide a useful insight into the ways in which the EU is working to help and assist you as a traveler.
What if something goes badly wrong while you’re abroad? What if you’re the victim of a crime? 112 is the emergency number to ring anywhere in the EU. You will find other useful advice in this section if things should go wrong.... Read more
The EU makes traveling green easy. Visitors can easily reduce their carbon footprint by taking trains or intercity buses instead of renting a car; the more athletic and adventurous can choose to bicycle instead.... Read more
All Europe has 220-240 volt, 50 cycle alternating current. Cyprus, Ireland, Malta and the United Kingdom have square three-pin plugs but, in general, all other EU countries have two-pin plugs. ... Read more