The map above shows how the population of various US states compares with certain regions of Europe. For example, Wales has a population of around 3 million people, which is roughly the same as the US state of Utah.
The map above shows different areas of Europe that are equal in terms of GDP to a given American state, along with cities that also correspond in terms of importance (based on population).
For example, Texas’ GDP is just over 50% of the UK’s GDP ($1.4 Trillion USD vs $2.7 Trillion USD) and the most populous city in Texas is Houston, while the most populous city in the UK is London.
The map above shows the top tourist attraction based on the autocompleted Google answer to the question “What to see in…?” each of the European (ad surrounding) countries above.
Just keep in mind Google alters its results based on user location, so if you do a similar search you may see slightly different results.
See the full list below: