Coming to Moscow 19-21 September, Skolkovo Innovation Center in partnership with MSU Science Park and Technopark Strogino and the Moscow City Government will host the 33rd IASP Annual World Conference on Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP).
Thermal bath parties are the new Budapest craze, and the trend gets hotter and hotter.
Prague, Vienna, Budapest and Istanbul – they are your normal Eastern European destinations, but what about the unsung places? Ask any expert and they will say that there is no shortage of interesting places in Eastern Europe.
If Paris has lost some of its shimmer for you, then how about giving one of the lesser known eastern European cities a whirl? Here’s a surprisingly entertaining and eventful seven you may not have thought of for your 2016 European getaway. Best of all, these unsung gems are some of the most cost effective city breaks you’ll find anywhere. Welcome to Eastern Europe.
For visitors to Belgrade, nights out on the town have never been more artsy and more fun. In the spotlight this month is Galerija Stab, and its Saturday night exhibition openings that remain packed til the morning light.
Radisson Blu, the iconic hotel brand driven by innovation and design, is proudly announcing the opening of their second hotel in Greece. Located on the northern seaside of the largest and mythical Greek island, Crete, the Radisson Blu Beach Resort, Milatos Crete is a picturesque getaway and a true oasis on the Emerald Bay of Milatos.
Rescuers have recommended that local Kamchatka residents and tourists refrain from traveling to the area nearest the Klyuchevskaya erupting volcano. As reported Tuesday via EMERCOM, the huge volcano began spewing lava,. and there is a potential danger of pyro-clastic flows to the settlements and surrounds of the South Eastern slope there in Kamchatsky Krai.
According to reports from the Russian Union of Travel, Greece may be dropping the ball where plane loads of Russian tourists headed on May vacations are concerned. News from Interfax-Tourism suggests more than 10,000 visa applications have yet to be approved.
Visitors to Moscow and the Bolshoi got a rare treat on Tuesday when the premiere of the Opera Gaetano Donizetti “don Pasquale” directed by Timofey kulyabin was held at the New Bolshoi theatre. Not since 1872 has this opera been staged at the illustrious theater.
Celebrating its 46th year, Earth Day is all about igniting the passion for Mother Earth, and for inspiring people to channel energy toward environmental issues. Starting tomorrow, the latest issues and groundbreaking ideas come to the forefront. Here’s a sampling of Earth Day events across Eastern Europe.
The St. Regis Iconic Luxury Brand will Move Into Exclusive 40-story Tower as the Crown Jewel of the Highly Anticipated Belgrade Waterfront Development.
A €10 million dollar debt of a cash strapped Romania TV channel threatens to exclude the country from the upcoming Eurovision song contest.
More than 100 participants are expected at Odessa during the 48th MedCruise General Assembly at Hotel Bristol, a round table meeting dedicated to cruise and yacht tourism.
Property owners from Australia to Zambia have enjoyed the immense popularity and logic of world changing Airbnb rental/lodging platform. Argophilia’s staff have stayed at numerous destinations via connections with Airbnb property owners, and the value is clear. Starting this week we’ll present sample lists of alternative properties across Eastern Europe listed by Airbnb. Here’s a snapshot of some of Sochi’s accommodations.
Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed last week the situation with regard to Russian tourists once again visiting Egyptian and Turkish resorts. Mr. Putin spoke in an annual Q&A session before the Russian people, saying no good solution has been found for ensuring security of Russian tourists in Egypt.