We are witnessing a return of nationalisms in Europe. Right-wing movements with radical and populist identity and xenophobic tendencies are now seated in the European Parliament and in 2015 the election results in eight EU countries witnessed growth in their support. While representing mostly a sovereignistic right-wing standpoint, in some cases it includes radical fringes. A journey through six European countries: Marine Le Pen’s France, the United Kingdom of Nigel Farage leader of UKIP, the march of the "new patriots" of Pegida in Germany, the Hungarian far-right parties, the Greece of Alba Dorata and the alliance between Syriza and the Catholic separatists of Anel, not forgetting of course the Italian Lega Nord party of Matteo Salvini, which has declared its opposition to European elites and immigration.