• Peter Berthoud

Round Europe

Updated: Sep 4

Round Europe Card Game, Pepys Series


First Published: 1957, Pepys Series, Castell Brothers Ltd., St. Cross Street, London

Illustrator or Designer: Thomas Cook et al thanked for assistance


Contents: 44 Cards + Rules Booklet


Round Europe Box Front With Title Card
Round Europe Box Front With Title Card

There are 24 Town cards (2 each for 12 towns) and 20 Travel cards indicating different distances and modes of transport (4 each of the 4 cars and trains, 2 each of the 2 planes).


Round Europe cards - Town cards: Athens, The Temple of Jupiter and The Parthenon, Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate, Bruges, Quai Du Rosarie and The Belfry Tower, Copenhagen, The Little Mermaid, Granada, Court of Lions, Alhambra Palace, Interlaken, Interlaken and the Jungfrau, Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo, Paris, Notre Dame Cathedral, Rome, Basilica of St Peter and The Vatican State

Round Europe cards - Town cards: Athens, The Temple of Jupiter and The Parthenon, Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate, Bruges, Quai Du Rosarie and The Belfry Tower, Copenhagen, The Little Mermaid, Granada, Court of Lions, Alhambra Palace, Interlaken, Interlaken and the Jungfrau, Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo, Paris, Notre Dame Cathedral, Rome, Basilica of St Peter and The Vatican State

Round Europe cards - Town cards: Vienna, The State Opera House, Venice Bridge of Sighs, Stockholm, The Royal Palace. Travel cards: 50 Saloon Car, 100 Sports Car, 200 Slow Train, 250 Express Train, 400 2-engined Plane, 500 4-engined Plane.

Round Europe cards - Town cards: Vienna, The State Opera House, Venice Bridge of Sighs, Stockholm, The Royal Palace. Travel cards: 50 Saloon Car, 100 Sports Car, 200 Slow Train, 250 Express Train, 400 2-engined Plane, 500 4-engined Plane.

Round Europe Map. One of two identical maps, half the rules are on the back of one map and the other rules on the back of the other.

Round Europe Map. One of two identical maps, half the rules are on the back of one map and the other rules are on the back of the other.



Thomas Cook and various National Touring Agencies are thanked for the original pictures.


Lagoon published a reissue of the game in 2011.



Game & Version Details



Round Europe - Card Back



Round Europe - Rules on the back of one map



Round Europe - Rules on the back of the other map



Round Europe - Box Back



Round Europe - Box Top



Round Europe - Box Side Left



Round Europe - Box Base



Round Europe - Box Side Right



​Round Europe - Box Back With Flap