Coming up July 19th in Chania, the 4th Cretan World Music Festival takes place at the Kapsomenos Foundation. Organized by the famous jazz violinist and festival founder Maria Manousaki, the event will be located in the picturesque village of Alikianos, which is about 10 kilometers outside of the Crete’s best-known city, Chania.
The International Short Film Festival “In the Palace” celebrates its 14th edition this year. The festival takes place in three cities: Veliko Tarnovo (April and May), Varna (May and June), and, finally, Balchik (June 24 to July 1).
In news from Tirana, Albania has renewed a visa-free travel regime for nationals of three Gulf countries in order to boost tourism.
The largest Russian national film festival, “Kinotavr” begins today at the Black Sea coastal and alpine resort in Sochi. This year, as in previous competitions, the top talents of Russian cinema come together to compete.
The government of Greece has approved for 2017 a simplified visa regime for Russians arriving by ferry from Turkey to the Greek Islands of the Aegean (Rhodes, KOs, Lesbos, etc.). Dimitris Haitidis, the head of the Greek TEZ Tour, citing a source familiar with the situation.
Székesfehérvár was the capital of Hungary. Today, the city still stands as one of the largest in the country, boasting numerous Baroque landmarks.
Borjomi has always attracted adventure travelers. It has tranquil surroundings perfect for long hikes, but it’s even more appealing for white-water rafting.
We Do Local is a Cretan initiative to promote sustainable businesses on the island. They have a strong focus on hospitality and gastronomy, but they also promote local culture.
Estonia is ready to lead the Council of the EU over the second half of 2017 and the country prepared a number of events to mark its six-month mandate at the helm of the EU. The country is also set to celebrate the centenary of the Republic in 2018. Estonia will assume the presidency of […]
Lonely Planet has released its Best in Europe 2017 top 10 and Eastern Europe counts no less than 4 destinations on this prestigious list: Zagreb in Croatia, Northern Montenegro, Moldova, and Pafos in Cyprus.
Old Khndzoresk is one of Armenia’s best destinations for hiking and spelunking. The cave village also reminds of the writing of J. R. R. Tolkien.
TÜRSAB, the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies, is optimistic about the future of the tourism sector in Turkey.