Similar to the other "10 Days",in "10 Days in Europe" players try to put all ten of their tiles "in order". On your turn, draw a tile. With that tile, you may discard it or replace with one of your ten tiles. That is the only way to change your tiles. Just like the other game, you can travel by foot or by plane. If you travel by foot, then the countries must be adjacent to one another, next to each others on the map. If you travel by plane, then the departing and arriving country must match the colour of the plane. The major difference with this game compare to the other "10 days" is that you can travel by boat and the game board features the map of Europe. There are 3 types of boat tile (Atlantic, Baltic, and Mediterranean). You must use the correct boat for each country. This is a great game and a great way to learn geography.