25 Richest Countries in Europe – Wealthiest European Countries
There are many of the developed countries lies in Europe, both in economy and technology. It is the 6th largest continent in the World, consist 47 small countries and covered hardly 6.8% of Earth’s land area. There are numerous countries in Europe high in per capita (for each head) income and many European countries ranked in the list of richest countries in the World. Europe has a history of innovation and architecture, over 500 years of innovation has changed the continent No.1 in Architecture, language, law, and System. Many countries in Europe has gained international esteem for its products including engineering, services, technology, and exports. Germany is one of the richest countries by total income (GDP on PPP) with 3.37 trillion US dollar. Many countries in Europe are well in per capita income. The below list of 25 countries per capita income mentioned in US dollars, updated in 2017.
25. Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is located in the central Europe, the capital city is Prague. The country population is 10.5 million with density 134 per sq km. It has an area of 78,866 sq km. The total GDP (Nominal) of the country is $189.9 billion.
GDP per capita: US$19,470
Currency: Czech koruna
Greece is located in Southeastern Europe with populations of 10.8 million at the density 82 per sq km. Greece was one of the top richest countries in Europe before Financial crisis 2010, and it affected the income of the people in Greece.
GDP per capita: US$21,414
A 43rd richest country in the world by GDP (nominal) with $204.18 billion. The source of income varies from all sectors including Tourism, Science, Technology, Energy, and Telecommunication.
GDP per capita: US$22,122
A beautiful country situated in central Europe, mostly mountainous. With $65 billion it is 97th place in GDP(PPP). Slovenia benefits from a workforce of the well-education people and infrastructure. The energy, tourism, and transportation are the main sectors where country’s income flowing.
GDP per capita: US$23,954
Malta is one of the small countries in Europe, located in the Southern Europe. With an area of 316 sq km and a population of 445,426 at the density of 1410 per sq km making it most densely populated country. The economy of the country growing by Banking, Tourism, Communication, science and technology.
GDP per capita: US$25,222
Spain is the fourth largest country by area with GDP (nominal) of $1.2 trillion is the 12th richest country in the world by total income of the country.
GDP per capita: US$29,861
Rome, the popular city and is the capital of Italy, and awesome landscapes and best architectures found here. the population of 60.5 million estimate in 2015. It is the 8th richest country by GDP (nominal) $1.848 trillion. Italy outsources infrastructure, science and technology and also the main economy of the country.
GDP per capita: US$35,812
Paris, its capital and very famous tourist place in the world. It has a long history of art, science, and philosophy, and today, one of the notable country in the world. Its source of income from Tourism, Energy, Transportation, science and a small part from agriculture products.
GDP per capita: US$42,820
Currency: Euro, CFT franc
Andorra is one of the smallest countries by area of 468 sq km in Europe. Its GDP (nominal) is $4.5 billion, around 10 million tourists visits yearly and the tourism accounts for roughly 80% of GDP.
GDP per capita: US$45,033
16. United Kingdom
UK has a fifth-largest economy in the world and largest in Europe with GDP of $2.8 trillion and a developed country. The UK is improved in human development, technology, science and economically.
GDP per capita: US$46,461
Currency: Pound sterling