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10 Days In Europe Game


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  • The game that will have you traveling through Europe
  • Great for friends, families and classrooms
  • Easy to learn and engaging fun for 2 to 4 players
  • Contains a game board map of Europe, forty eight destination tiles representing European countries
  • National Parenting Seal of Approval, Parents Choice Gold Award, Major Fun Award, Doctor Toy- Smart Play Smart Toy, Mensa Select Award
  • Contains nineteen transportation tiles and four 10-day card holders
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 2 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F3SYY6
  • Item model number: 1012
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,280 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
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10 Days in Europe is an exciting travel game that the whole family can enjoy. Two to four players 10 years of age and up can discover all the most fascinating sights this great land has to offer. But you better move quickly, the first tourist to 10 tiles wins! Venture by foot, by air, and by ship with this fun and educational board game. Fun and educational travel game. Learn all about what Europe has to offer. Takes only 5 minutes to learn and 30 to play. Recommended for 2 to 4 players. For ages 10 and up.

From the Manufacturer

Get Packing and you have 10 DAYS IN EUROPE – Chart your course from start to finish using destination and transportation tiles. With a little luck and clever planning, you just might outwit your fellow travelers. The game contains a game board map of Europe, Destination Tiles representing the countries, and Transportation Tiles for making connections by plane or boat.

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Customer Reviews

My family and I have had a lot of fun with this game.
Online Shopping King
The rules are simple, the game is colorful and while playing it, kids (as well as adults) learn geography while having fun.
Mountain Girl 723
Our kids love playing them too and they are a great way to learn geography!
D. Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By LauraTheShrek on April 6, 2008
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This was a really fun game that we've played over and over. It's easy to learn (even for kids as young as second grade) and you could easily modify it. For example, you could buy other "10 days" games (Asia, Africa, etc.) and attatch them. We tried playing without the map on the board so you had to memorize locations. Even playing it the conventional way, we discussed observations like "Germany is fairly big but borders so many countries, that must be why it's been so influential in history." We also finally learned where exactly Croatia and Estonia are! The best part is that we didn't mind at all learning this and more- it was just a really fun game!
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By ABB on April 19, 2009
We bought this game with good educational intentions for our children and the accepted expectation that we would have to pressure them (and us) to play from time to time in order to improve their geography knowledge of Europe. Not so: we all really like that game, it is the first to go in the suitcase when we travel, the first one to get out of the cabinet when we want to do a family game night. The most enthusiastic about it? The adults. We actually played it with adult friends yesterday. It takes strategy and luck, and teaches geography in the process. Well done. I am thinking about buying the USA version.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J. Swann on December 10, 2007
I bought this game for my son for Christmas because we live in Europe. We've loved it and play it frequently. It is a low stress game but quick to play and just a lot of fun. We play it mostly with our two older kids who were 9 and 10 when I bought it. The game requires some logic skills and the ability to read country & ocean/sea names; but could easily be played by most children as young as 3rd or 4th grade.

As a teacher, I also love that you learn a lot of geography along the way. Not only do you get a sense of where the countries are on the continent, you also figure out which countries border each other and which bodies of water they border. The country cards include information about the country including the capital city, population and total land size. Although reading that info isn't necessary for the game, you see it over and over as you plan your trip. Lots of learning while you are having fun!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 16, 2012
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I bought this game for my 4 year old, who is super into countries. We change the rules a little bit, so he can play. We've had the game for a week, and play one or two times a day. These are some of the countries that he can find in less than a second: Sweden, Spain, France, Russia, Iceland, Moldova, Serbia, Austria, Montenergro, Latvia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He still doesn't know where England is. It's difficult to get to and from England in this game.

How we changed the rules for a 4 year old: We start with six cards each. Then, we chose to start in one of those places. We play with pawns from another game, and put a pawn in our starting countries. Then, we put the rest of the card in a pile and lay 5 card out in front of the draw pile. We construct our routes day by day, drawing any card we want from the five cards in front of the draw pile, and replacing the card once we choose one. My husband think we play it a lot like Ticket to Ride, but without a destination.

Anyway, I highly recommend this game to anyone with a bright child ages 4 and up, although you'll have to change the rules to make things a bit easier.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Bardsley on February 9, 2012
What's great about this game is that it not only teaches geography, but you can play it quite quickly. It says on the box that it takes about 20-30 minutes a game, but it can be even shorter depending on what cards you get.
It's not like agreeing to play Monopoly with your child. Don't get me wrong! I love Monopoly, but sometimes I don't want to commit and entire evening to a board game.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Online Shopping King on December 9, 2009
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My family and I have had a lot of fun with this game. Even friends who I've had to force to play it have end up purchasing it for themselves. The concept seems too simple to be fun at first, but give it a chance! We've also enjoyed the educational aspect. If you want to teach your children the countries, capitals, oceans, seas, etc., this is the single most fun way to do it. Kids who have only played video games their whole life have gotten addicted to this game. We ended up buying the Asia version which is also a ton of fun and has enough differences to make it a nice addition to 10 Days in Europe.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By DJ Joe Sixpack HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on August 25, 2011
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On the recommendation of the helpful folks at Dr. Comics & Mr. Games (my favorite local game shop) I picked up several of the geographically-oriented "Ten Days" games for my daughter... They have been a hit so far - although the official rules of play seemed a little too stringent at first, we have played several "free" games so far, planning itineraries at will, without using any of the game-play of strategy or luck -- I figured mostly we just wanted to get used to finding countries on the map, and have fun doing it. And thus far, mission accomplished. I would imagine that all the games in this series would also be great educational tools in a schoolhouse setting.

A few comments about the Europe set:

First off it's funny that, unlike the games for the other continents, this doesn't include train travel as one of the options, since in real life that is the main way to get around Europe. But I guess if you tried to mimic the European rail system here, it would completely undercut the play elements of the game: you could easily get anywhere by train, so there would be no challenge in creating your itinerary.

The geopolitics are interesting as well: both Russia and Turkey creep onto the board, as crypto-European as they are in real life. Greenland is nowhere to be seen, and a few island nations are given short shrift. Both Crete and Malta are colored in gray, the same as the looming African continent: strange that neither are considered European, although I guess in geologic terms, they are on a separate seismic plate than the rest of Europe, so perhaps the gamemakers were swayed by plate tectonics.
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