Hi and welcome, TELP!
FIrst of all, I'm with SEF and Vivi in that my favorite do it all Spyderco Fixed Blade for hiking, traveling and country trips would be my Aqua Salt. Has it all, low maintenance and high quality, and affordable.
But if I were visiting Europe (where I currently live, I am from Spain) I'd not bring it with me due to fear of loss/confiscation. Laws are very strict in many EU countries, and I'd rather bring a reliable but very inexpensive fixed blade with me, most likely a Mora Companion.
They can be easily found in most Spanish and French cutlery stores in my experience and I guess in other EU countries too.
Carried in a non-open, non aggressive way would be prudent and recommended, even if the law permits carrying small fixed knives (like in Germany) it is not advisable especially in cities.
even then, I'd recommend a SAK or Multitool before I'd do a fixed blade, as single blade tools are frowned upon by most people and in most places here, whereas multi-purpose tools get more approval and are seen as friendly more often.
Easier to explain to an officer or agent too, especially if you're a visitor/hiker/traveller
the cheap fixed blades above were carried due to their low, affordable price ($5) and still rugged construction and sharp, easy maintenance steel
I've travelled around the EU a bit and most times I bought a Opinel on my way through france, and brought a SAK and/or inexpensive Multitool (LM Wingman most times) with me when crossing borders. Never had a problem
if you want to carry a do-it-all affordable Spyderco folder, my pick would be the Pacific Salt above, very similar to your Endura but with slightly less weight penalty and more forgiving steel/maintenance
Have a very nice trip, mate!!