Scratch Map® Europe Edition poster

Scratch Map Europe Edition poster

Posted by:Sophie Berkeley on 28-01-2015

A slightly more localised addition to the Scratch Map® family, the European Scratch Map® is great for anyone who loves to travel a little closer to home. Based on the same principle of the other Scratch Maps by Luckies this is a great way to get to know the wonderful continent that is Europe, whether it’s a Eurostar trip to Paris, or a weekend break to Barcelona, it’s all there to Scratch off in beautiful silver foil.

If you are unfamiliar with the Scratch Map® concept, it is as it sounds. Invented by Luckies of London in 2009 It is beautiful map of the world with a foil overlay so you can scratch off the places you visit. Simply take a coin and you can personalise your map to reflect your travels creating a permanent visual memory which looks gorgeous on any wall in your home.

Scratch Map Europe Edition

This makes a perfect, thoughtful and innovative gift for anyone who is embarking on European travel, whether it’s for a jet set business traveller or for someone who makes the most of a weekend break on the continent. It’s a great way to learn about Europe too so for children this is a fun way for them to learn about the counties and geography of Europe. Every home should have one.

Also for anyone visiting or travelling in Europe whether for a prolonged visit or even for a holiday, it gives a fantastic way to plan their trip. The Scratch Maps have many purposes, as well as a visual travel journal they are perfect for using when you are planning your trip. They also look great on the wall when you get home and serve as a permanent reminder of wherever you have been.

The Scratch Map® Europe Editionis a fantastic product for anyone who lives, works or visits Europe. If someone is going to tour and explore the continent or visit different cities on city breaks this makes a winning gift. Useful, lovely to look at and ready to personalise with every European trip and adventure. What more could you possibly want?