Why Galicia Is The Most Underrated Destination In Europe

Galicia is one of the most beautiful and unknown destinations for tourists and adventurers in the world. You are probably wondering where it is. Galicia is a region located in the northwest of Spain, just above Portugal. It is considered a magical land and pilgrimage destination along the famous Camino de Santiago. Natural Landscapes Galicia […]Read More

Can you spot the fake English word?

The English language can be interesting to learn… some of the words appear far too similar, and others completely made up. This isn’t always so far from the truth, as writers from Shakespeare to Roald Dahl have contributed their fair share of words to the English dictionary. This can add some confusion to the language […]Read More

Quiz: Where To Live In Europe

Have you ever thought of living in Europe but were unsure of where to live in Europe? Have you ever fancied a change of scenery? Choosing the right place can be a difficult to decision. Well, think no more! Europe Language Café came up with a personality test for you to choose options that match […]Read More

How to say HAPPY NEW YEAR wherever you are in

If you’re travelling in Europe this New Year, be sure to find out how to wish a Happy New Year to the locals! It is a holiday celebrated everywhere, and in some cases more important than Christmas Day, so it is sure to be appreciated. We’ve organised them by European regions, and then alphabetically, to […]Read More

European New Year’s Eve Traditions

From eating twelve grapes to talking with animals, find out the weirdest European New Year’s Eve traditions you’ve ever heard! The year is ending and we’re entering a new decade. The 20s! It sounds like it should be good and so you have to celebrate it with style. It doesn’t matter if it’s with family, […]Read More

What is Boxing Day?

Boxing day takes place on 26th December, the day after Christmas Day. It is a public holiday for the United Kingdom and the other commonwealth countries; Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Due to the unexplainable name, there are lots of rumours and theories about why boxing day adopted its name.  Let’s discover what a typical […]Read More

Big European Quiz of 2019 – Part 2: Film, Fashion

If you haven’t already done part 1 of the quiz of Europe 2019, make sure you do that first! If you have, welcome to part 2! A lot has happened in the European world of film, fashion, and music in 2019. Can you remember all of it? We can explain some of the answers for […]Read More

Big European Quiz of 2019 – Part 1: Current Affairs

Now 2019 is coming to an end, it’s time to reflect on all that has happened this past year. Once you’ve finished, complete part 2 of the quiz here. Need some more info on these questions? Look no further: Following a decision made by the Constitutional Court on 4 December 2017, same sex marriage became […]Read More

Who Makes The Best Hot Chocolate in Europe?

During winter time (and especially Christmas) Europe has much to offer in terms of seasonal sweets and cakes. This doesn’t stop short of hot cocoa. The recipe does vary however from country to country. Naturally this begs the question, who makes the best hot chocolate in Europe? We’ll be looking at 5 different countries’ recipes, […]Read More

10 European Gift Bringers: Does Santa Exist In Europe?

As Christmas movies and Christmas songs become increasingly popular, Santa is becoming a universal gift giving figure. However there are many countries that are yet to adopt the very-American figure. St Nicholas Belarus, Belgium (Flemish & Waloon regions), Czech Republic, Hungary, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Ukraine Although he’s the inspiration behind […]Read More