You probably won't have to travel. Just check out those that end up in your wallet. All Euro coins are valid in all Euro countries, and the coins have mixed quite a bit. You could get a lot of different ones where you are, if you're lucky.
You're quite right!
I found Spain, Netherlands, Luxembourg and a bunch of other countries that I now dislike because they did not print their name. I hate it when they do that. Makes things tougher for an amateur coin collector.
Will search online to figure out which one is from which country.
Take a normal deck of cards, 52 of them. How many different ways of sorting that deck do you think there is? I'm talking about the order they end up in. Factory order, that's one. Exchange places for the first two, that's two. And so on.
Don't know if you this, so:
52! is so huge a number that when you shuffle a deck of cards, there is a HUGE probability that that particular order has never occurred anywhere before.