Raising crops and tending animals in Europe was a Neolithic practice that was learned by Europeans from the people who originated the ideas, in the Zagros and Taurus Mountains of the hilly flanks north and west of the Fertile Crescent.
Brandwijk-Kerkhof is an open-air archaeological site located on a former river dune in the Rhine/Mass river area in the Netherlands, associated with Swifterbant culture, and it was occupied periodically between 4600-3630 cal BC,
Crickley Hill is an important Neolithic and Iron Age site in the Cotswold Hills of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, known to scholars primarily for its evidence of recurring violence. The first structures of the site included an enclosure with a causeway, dated approximately ~3500-2500 BC. It was rebuilt several times, but was aggressively attacked and abandoned during the middle Neolithic period.
Egolzwil is an Alpine Neolithic (late 5th millennium BC) lake dwelling site in Canton Lucerne, Switzerland on the shores of Lake Wauwil.
First occupied during the Upper Paleolithic sometime between 35,000 and 30,000 years ago, Franchthi Cave was the site of human occupation, pretty much consistently up until about the final Neolithic Period about 3000 BC.
While Lepenski Vir is primarily a Mesolithic site, its final occupation is a farming community, completely Neolithic.
Stentinello culture is the name given to a Neolithic site and related sites in the Calabria region of Italy, Sicily and Malta, dated to the 5th and 4th millennia BC.