Printing Europe Maps

Select the desired map and size below, then click the print button.

How To Assemble Multi-Page Maps:

  1. After printing the map pages lay them out to determine the proper order.
  2. Starting at the upper left corner (the northwest corner), trim the pages on the right or bottom edges where there is a dotted line.
  3. Be sure not to trim the bottom edges of the bottom row of the map or the right edges of the right column.
  4. Take the upper left corner sheet and overlap it onto the sheet to its right up to the dark gray line.
  5. Tape them and then continue across to complete the top row.
  6. Add rows one at a time.

Free printable outline maps of Europe and European countries.

Europe, the western and smaller part of the Eurasian land mass, goes from the Mediterranean Sea in the south up into the Arctic to the north, and to the Atlantic Ocean on the west, bordering Asia to the east.  The border with Asia is not distinct, and opinions as to its exact location vary, but it is generally considered that the Ural Mountains divide Europe from Asia, and that the division goes through Turkey and the Black Sea. To the north east are the North Sea, the Baltic Sea and the Norwegian Sea. Europe is the second smallest inhabited continent. Europe generally lacks the extremes of other continents—it is beautiful in many places, but generally it is not spectacular—it does not have the deepest or largest lake or canyon; not the highest mountain or largest mountain range; not the largest or driest (or any) desert; the largest or longest river. Mt. Etna, in one of her moods, is spectacular in the night sky, but is not the largest or most frequently erupting volcano.
  Europe is the world's smallest continent, but it has a wide range of climates and cultures. The northern parts of Europe are bound by the North Sea and the Arctic sea; the west is lapped by the Atlantic Ocean, and the Mediterranean sea is to the south. To the east is the continent of Asia.
  Kids can label the oceans and seas that surround Europe, and other smaller bodies of water such as the English channel and the seas within the Mediterranean—the Adriatic and the Aegean Sea and the bays and seas of Scandinavia. The Alps, the Pyrenees and the Caucasus mountains that separate Europe from Asia can be drawn in. The Danube, the Rhine and the Rhone rivers were vital for trade.
  Important cities include London, England; Paris, France; Rome, Italy; Berlin, Germany and Madrid, Spain.

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