We have an extensive stock of European maps. The bulk of the maps are listed under the appropriate country listing. The maps below are continental series and regional maps. For more detailed mapping, please check the appropriate country listing, along with Scandinavia.
Recommended! Europe Road Atlas. 1:500,000 - 1:1,500,000. Michelin. Spiral-bound. The Atlas covers over 40 countries, includes 78 city center maps, and has a full place-name index. The map road map section covers Europe at 1:1,000,000 (102 pages), Scandinavia at 1:1,500,000 (23 pages), Baltic countries at 1:500,000 (31 pages), with Poland, Greece, and Cyprus at 1:700,000 (52 pages). The road map detail includes eleven categories of roads, from unpaved single-lane to divided highways. Car ferries, passenger ferries, toll barriers, steep sections, numerous tourist sites, and much more are shown by symbols.
Coverage extends from Moscow to Iceland, to Malta, Cyprus, and western Turkey; eastern Turkey is not covered.
Sample from the Europe road atlas
Central Europe Road Atlas. 1:500,000 - 1:3,500,000. Freytag & Berndt. This road atlas covers central Europe country by country at 1:500,000, with a legend and map-page overview as an introduction in each country. A place name index follows each country. Cartography is detailed but clear, although two noticeably different styles are used. Driving distances are indicated on the map between specific points and railways and ferry routes are included, also details such as steep gradients, seaonal road closures, filling stations, scenic routes etc. Relief is indicated by some hill shading and spot heights.
NOTE: The only countries covered at the 1:500,000 scale are: Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Hungary, Czech & Slovak Republics, the Benelux countries, Denmark and Poland. All other European countries are covered at 1:3,500,000 and extends to Moscow, western Turkey, Scandinavia and Iceland.
At the end is a section of indexed street plans of 34 European city centers. These highlight through-roads, pedestrian zones, railway & metro lines and visitor information points.
Index of atlas coverage
Recommended Europe Road Map. 1:3,000,000. Michelin #705. This is the classic road map of Europe by the famous French tire and map maker. Multilingual legend.
1 sheet, folded.
Europe Long Distance Footpaths map. 1:3,500,000. Freytag & Berndt. A must for planning hiking trips in Europe. This map of Europe shows all of the long distance footpaths: E1 to E11. This political map also shows the main roads, railroads, and ferries, which helps in planning access to your starting point. The attached text, in German only, contains short descriptions of each route. Multilingual legend.
Waterproof! Baltics Road Map. 1:600,000. Reise Know-How. This map combines topographic mapping with road and tourist detail. The road information is clear and elevation is shown using contours, spot heights and altitude shading. The map shows six different types of roads, highlighting scenic routes, places of interest, archaeological sites, monasteries, monuments and viewpoints.
Includes coverage of: Estonia, Kaliningrad, Latvia, and Lithuania.
1 sheet, folded.
Waterproof Baltic Sea Region Travel Map (Ostsee). 1:1,300,000. Reise Know-How, 2011. Detailed road map of the Baltic Sea region and surrounding coastlines. The reverse side has detailed city-center street maps for Gdansk, Helsinki, Kobenhavn, Riga, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, and Tallinn. With contour lines and spot heights showing elevation, detailed road network, symbols for tourist sites and services. In German with English legend. ISBN 9783831772353.
Sample detail of the Baltic Sea Region Travel Map
Europe Wall Map - Executive Style. National Geographic Maps. Make a statement with the newest addition to our European Wall Map library. The rich tones of the Political Executive map combine the popular antique look with up-to-date information so that you have a map that is elegant enough for the board room, study, or office, and contemporary enough to make it an ideal reference. Available in two sizes; 24 x 30 inches and 36 x 46 inches.
Thumbnail image of the entire map Sample of the map detail.
Europe Historical Wall Maps
Europe Map 1915 with Africa and Asia. National Geographic Society Maps. This beautifully rendered map of Europe was published in July 1915, one year into the First World War. A historical snapshot of a region in turmoil, this map is a must-have for map collectors, as well as those interested in The Great War. A National Geographic classic.
The 1915 Europe map with portions of Africa and Asia features:
Detailed inset of the Dardanelles
Colorful, distinct country borders
Thousands of place names including capitals, cities, and towns
Intricately rendered mountain ranges and rivers
Railroads and ship canals
Coverage Area: Europe, western Turkish Empire, western Russia
European Western Theatre Of War Map 1918. National Geographic Society Maps. Printed in May 1918 a short time before the end of World War I, this map shows the western theatre of war in France and Belgium. Details of battle lines make this map a unique and compelling historical piece perfect for collectors.
The 1918 Map of the Western Theater of War features:
Inset map showing the relation of the Western Theater of War to the surrounding region and the connection of the two sections of the main map
War details including the line of greatest German advance in 1914 and the battle line before the spring drive of 1918
An abundance of place names including cities and towns
Central Europe And The Mediterranean Map 1939. National Geographic Society Maps. This map of Central Europe and the Mediterranean shows international boundaries as of September 1, 1939, before Germany invaded Poland. Published in October 1939, this map appeared with the article "War Clouds Over Danzig and Poland's Port." A unique historical map for collectors.
The 1939 Central Europe and the Mediterranean map features:
Names of countries in English and the national language
Thousands of place names including capitals of countries, other capitals, cities, and towns
Mountain relief, rivers, lakes, glaciers, wadies, swamps, and areas below sea level
South Eastern Europe Rock Climbing Atlas. Rocks Unlimited, 2006. Enjoy the hospitality of the Bulgarians and climb high quality routes at crags where yearly international competitions are held. Climb well-bolted, 300m high, multi-pitch routes in Croatia. Check out the climbing in the old abandoned quarries of Hungary. Share your experience with other climbers at the various crags of picturesque Macedonia. Travel back in time to Romania and surprise yourself with outstanding, well protected, climbing routes. Check out the climbing in Slovenia, Europe's top-spot for for extreme sports.
Index of coverage Detailed information about each crag:
Number of routes
Level of difficulty
Quality of bolting
Face direction & weather suitability
Necessary information about each climbing area:
How to get there and how to move around
Where to stay
Where to find the local climbing guidebook
Other things to see & do on rest days
Relevant information and facts about each country: climate, costs of travelling, accommodation, food, etc..
Clear maps and route descriptions to each crag with the GPS waypoints of the parking and the location of the crags.
A large number of high quality photos and maps.
Europe Geologic and Thematic Maps
New title! International Hydrogeological Map of Europe, sheets D5 and E5. BGR, 2014.
The final two of twety-five sheets of this series have been published. They sheet covers D5 Budapest and E5 Bucurest.
Thumbnail of sheet D5
D5 - Budapest sheet.
E5 - Bucuresti sheet.
Europe Geologic Map. 1:1,500,000. UNESCO. Thirty-three sheets illustrate the geology of Europe and surrounding areas. Produced as a series, the sheets are consistent in size, legend, format, and geological formations across map borders. Each sheet measures 63 x 63 cm. Individual sheets are also available from stock. Some sheets are out of print and no longer available.
33 sheets, rolled
Tralee. Not yet printed.
la Coruña. 1974.
Marrakech. Not yet printed.
Scoresby Sund. 1977.
Madrid. Not yet printed.
Tuggurt. Not yet printed.
Dorsale Mohns. 1964.
Athine. Not yet printed.
Ankara. Not yet printed.
El Qahira. 1979.
Tbilisi. Not yet printed.
Haleb. Not yet printed.
Amman. Not yet printed.
Baghdad. Not yet printed.
Al Kuwait. Not yet printed.
International Tectonic Map of Europe. 1:5,000,000. 1996-1998, 2nd edition. CGMW/UNESCO/Russian Academy of Sciences. Five sheets. This recently updated map shows the current thought on the tectonics of Europe. It reflects the tectonic evolution of emerged continental areas -
from Archaean complexes to Alpine orogenic belts, as well as the structural pattern of the offshore areas of the neighboring North Atlantic and Mediterranean Seas. In English. Sheet size is 68 x 64 cm.
Lithologic-Paleogeographic Maps of the Southwest Border of the East European Platform. 1:1,500,000. 1987 - (continuing series). Central Geol. Inst., Berlin. This series illustrates the lithology and paleogeography of Europe from the Cambrian to the Eocene. Fifteen sheets cover the time periods. The sixteenth sheet is a tectonic map, which is the most detailed tectonic map of Europe currently in print. Nearly all of the sheets are in print, but none of the texts have been printed.
Set of 16 sheets
This is a series of geological maps of the southwest part of the East-European Platform, and area encompassing from Lithuania to the Black Sea and east to the Don River (24-42oE by 46-46oN). The series was published in 1992 in celebration of the XXIX International Geological Congress in Kyoto, Japan. The series offers a detailed view of the geology of the southwestern part of the former USSR.
Metallogenic Map of the Crystalline Basement of the Southwest Part of the East-European Platform (Metallogenicheskai Karta Kristallicheskogo Osnovanii Iuasti Vostochno-Evropiskoi Platformi). 1:1,000,000. GKUGIN, Ukraine. 1992. Six sheets, in color. Four sheets comprise the map with two sheets comprising the legend. Major ore deposits are noted using colored symbols. Descriptive text is on the reverse of the title sheet. In Russian.
Map of the Precambrian Structural Zones of he Southwest Part of the East-European Platform (Karta Strukturnogo Raionirovania Dokembria Iuasti Vostochno-Evropiskoi Platformi). 1:1,000,000. GKUGIN, Ukraine. 1992. Six sheets, in color. The map, in four sheets, shows the Precambrian basement structural zones. Descriptive text is on the reverse of the title sheet. In Russian.
Scheme (Map) of the Deep Plutonic Structure of the Southwest Part of the East-European Platform (Schema Glubinnogo Stroeniia Litosfery Iuasti Vostochno-Evropiskoi Platformi). 1:1,000,000. GKUGIN, Ukraine. 1992. Six sheets, in color. The map, in four sheets, shows the deep plutonic structure, overlain on a plain base map showing towns and roads. One sheet contains two cross sections and one sheet contains the legend. Descriptive text is on the reverse of the title sheet. In Russian.
Structural-Formation Map of the Crystalline Basement of the Southwest Part of the East-European Platform (Strukturno-Formatsionnai Karta Kristallicheskogo Osnovanii Iuasti Vostochno-Evropiskoi Platformi). 1:1,000,000. GKUGIN, Ukraine. 1992. Six sheets, in color, each sheet measuring 59 x 70 cm. Four sheets comprise the map, with two sheets containing the legend. Descriptive text is on the reverse of the title sheet.
Europe--Seismicity Map. NOAA. 1970. Shows seismic activity between 1962-1969.
1 sheet, folded
Europe--Metamorphic Map (Carte Métamorphique de l'Europe). 1:2,500,000. 1973. UNESCO. Shows detail of metamorphic grade and rock type. With bilingual legends and 244-page English text. Sheet size 63 x 95 cm.
16 sheets + text
Europe--International Tectonic Map of Europe. 1:5,000,000. 1996-1998, 2nd edition. CGMW/UNESCO/Russian Academy of Sciences. Five sheets. This recently updated map shows the current thought on the tectonics of Europe. In English.
Sale price Europe--Tectonic Map. 1:2,500,000. UNESCO. 20 sheets, in French.
20 sheets, rolled
Europe--Quaternary Geology (Carte Internationale du Quaternaire de l'Europe/Internationale Quartär-karte von Europa). 1:2,500,000. UNESCO. Twelve out of the fifteen sheets in the set are now in print. In French.
12 sheets, rolled
Europe--Hydrogeologic Map (Internationale Hydrogeologische Karte von Europa). 1:1,500,000. 1975. BGR/UNESCO. 15 sheets cover Europe. With 600-page bilingual text. Sheet size 93 x 66 cm.
15 sheets + text
Europe--Land Use Map. 1:2,500,000. 1980. Cartographia, Hungary. This 4-sheet map shows good detail of the major land uses in the 1970's. Multilingual. Sheet size is 70 x 102 cm.
4 sheets, rolled
Maps of Europe 1520-2001. National Széchényi Library & Helikon Publishing, 2003. This atlas has beautiful images of maps of Europe from 1520 through 2001. Some maps have enlargements of cartouches and decorations, others are two-page spreads. Each map has a brief description of the map and its importance. The maps were selected from the collection of Országos Széchényi Könyvtár (National Széchényi Library). Hardbound, ISBN 963-208-844-1. In English.
Europe--Geothermal Atlas of Europe. 1:2,500,000 & 1:5,000,000. GeoForschungs Zentrum (Potsdam). 1992. The three-volume atlas contains 14 maps at 1:2,500,000 and 22 maps at 1:5,000,000. Volume 3 is a 156-page text volume. Now out of print, but used copies often are available.
3 volume set
Northwest Europe Gas Atlas - Composition and Isotope Ratios of Natural Gasses. NITG et al, 1998. CD-ROM product. The atlas covers Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and the U.K. Contains 28 contour maps, 15 facies maps, 4 gas field maps, 64 graphs, for 14 production areas.
Europe Metallogenic Map (Carte Métallogenique de l'Europe). 1:2,500,000. 1970. UNESCO. Nine sheets depict the metallogenic resources with excellent structural detail. A 560-page French text describes the deposits country by country. Sheet size 97 x 68 cm.
9 sheets + text
Atlas of Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Variable scale. 1989 - (continuing series). österreichisches Ost- und Südosteuropa-Institut. This excellent atlas includes maps on ecology, population, and economy for the region of Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, GDR, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia, and the southwestern part of the USSR.
Four new sheets will be published each year until completion. The total number of sheets has not been finalized, and will probably change with the changing politics of the region. The maps are available separately or as a standing order. The maps are in German/English. Each sheet has a separate 10-20 page descriptive text in English/German.
Administrative Subdivision of E. and SE Europe. 5.1-G1. 1:3,000,000.
Expansion of Tourism from Western Countries to Hungary in the Eighties (5 component maps at 1:1,250,000 and 1:2,500,000). 3.1-H1.
Population Distribution in the Rural Communes of Romania. 2.1-R1. 1:1,500,000.
Availability of Central Facilities in Rural Settlements of Transylvania. 5.2-R2. 1:400,000.
Power Industry of Eastern and Southeastern Europe. 3.2-G2. 1:3,000,000.
Language Distribution in Transylvania. 2.2-R3. 1:400,000.
Air Pollution in southern Poland. 1.1-PL1. 1:500,000.
Development of the Institutions of Higher Learning in Yugoslavia. 2.3-YU1. (4 component maps at 1:3,000,000).
The Elections of 1990 in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. 6.1-G3. 1:3,000,000. 1992.
Use of the Environment and Resultant Problems in Central and Eastern Europe. 1.2-G4(A+B). 1:3,000,000. 1992. Two sheets.
Population of Poland. 2.4-PL2.
Ecology of Europe. 1.3-M1.
Poland as a Source of Migration and Travel. 2.6-PL3. 1993. 32-page text.
Ethnic Structure of Eastern Europe and Caucasus around 1990. 2.5-O1. 92-page text. 1993.
First Socio-Economic Effects of Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe. 3.3-O2. 1992. 84-page text.
Ethnic Structure of Southeastern Europe Around 1992. 2.7-S1. 1994. 88-page text.
#1.4-M2. Ecology and Land Use.
#5.3-M01Central Place Systems in Central and Eastern Europe. #5.3 - MO1.1:3,000,000. This map shows the location and sphere of influence of central cities in eastern and central Europe. Information is shown on transport routes of importance and major cities are shown with their sphere of influence and they are coded as to their importance in the region. With separate 78-page text, in German. ISBN 3-443-28518-X.
#6.2-G5. The Elections of 1994 - 1997 in Central and Southeastern Europe. 1998. With text.
#1.5-CZ/PL1. Anthropogenic Modification to the Relief of Upper Silesia. 1999. With text.
Soil & Water Quality in the Ukraine. 1.6-UA1.
Atlas of East and Southeast Europe - Volume 2.8-H/R/YU1 - Population of Hungary/Romania/Yugoslavia. e. Schweizerbart'sche, 2005. The 22nd volume in this continuing atlas series. A 460-page text volume accompanies the maps. Multilingual. The four map sheets include:
Development of Ethnic Structure in the Banat 1890-1992
Part A - 1890
Part B - 1930/31
Part C - 1949/53/56
Part D - 1990/91/92
Atlas of Eastern and Southeastern Europe - 2.9-G9: Ethnic Consciousness in Central and Southeast Europe around 2000. 1:3,000,000. österreichisches Ost- und Südosteuropa-Institut, Vienna, 2007. The map shows the distribution of peoples and ethnic groups, showing 41 classifications and their percentage in the total population of each administrative unit shown on the map. The map shows administrative units ranging from sovereign countries and federal constituant states down to lower regional level and district communities. The map is bilingual. With 85-page descriptive text, in English.
Click here for a list of all volumes in this series.
Atlas of the Danubian Countries. 1:2,000,000. 1989. österreichisches Ost- und Südosteuropa-Institut. This atlas covers the physical features, population, sociological structure, economy, and traffic and transportation system. The maps are generally at the scale of 1:2,000,000 and cover the region of Czechoslovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Yugoslavia, Austria, and parts of the surrounding countries. The Atlas is composed of 48 maps with text sheets. Each map and text is in four languages; English, German, French, and Russian. The Atlas is available as a complete atlas in a brass-studded folio hardcover,
or as several different subsets as listed below. The subsets are our divisions; not the publishers.
Topography (5 maps with text)
Physical Geography and Geology (6 maps with text)
Climate (4 maps with text)
Population and Demographics (5 maps with text)
Occupations (4 maps with text)
Agriculture (7 maps with text)
Industry (8 maps with text)
Communications and Trade (6 maps with text)
Cities (3 maps with text)
Index of geographic names
Carpates-Balkans Ore Formations Map. 1:1,000,000. 1977. USSR. Minerals mined, deposit type, and more are shown by coded symbols on a tectonic base map. Companion map to 66-2275 above. Nine sheets in English/Russian plus 237-page Russian text.
9 sheets + text
Baltic Sea Maps
Baltic Coast Nautical Charts. 1:50,000. These are Soviet Navy charts of the Baltic coastline from the Russian-Estonian border to Kaliningrad. Additional large-scale charts, up to 1:2,000 in scale, cover major harbors or coastal military ports. This set includes 36 sheets. In Russian.