Smallest Countries in Europe
Sometimes bigger isn’t always better. These small European countries have a lot to offer in their small packages. If you’d like to visit any of these nations, you might want to hop on something like a ferryu boat to discover a vacation destination you never knew about before. Here are the smallest countries in Europe, in order of their size.
10. Slovenia (20,273 km2)
Slovenia became an independent country in 1991 after it split from Yugoslovia. It has a population of 2.05 million. Slovenia is mostly mountainous so it has a lot to offer in terms of nature and its largest city is Ljubljana has many historical buildings. Although tourism is on the rise this country is largely undiscovered; 90% of tourists come from European nations.
9. Montenegro (13,812 km2)
The small country of Montenegro packs a lot into its small area. Its Adriatic coast is dotted with pretty fishing villages, deserted coves and beaches and increasingly-visited resorts. Its mountainous interior is truly spectacular, covered with ancient forests, sprinkled with lakes and rivers and rising to snowy peaks, offering some excellent skiing in areas like Kola