Most of Europe lies within 300 miles of a seacoast. However, some countries in Europe are landlocked. How might this have impacted human migration?
A landlocked area hampers trade with other countries and therefore stifles the economy.
A landlocked area means that immigrants had to walk rather than swim to the “new land”.
A landlocked area means more land to farm so this would have made the area more attractive to settlers.
A landlocked area means there is more room for communities and cities so this would have facilitated urban growth