Romania and her neighbor the Republic of Moldova have launched a joint tourist route of historic and cultural sites. The route will cover 54 sites related to the famous Prince Ștefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great), who ruled from 1457 until 1504.
According to news from Aircompany Armenia, the airline still remains in the red but insists it will become financially successful in three years’ time.
Crete region has been inundated with heavy rainfall, high seas, and winds for the last few weeks. This past weekend the “Oceanis” cold wave brought thick snowfall to western Crete, and torrents of hale to parts of southern and central Rethymno and Heraklion prefectures.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chania, “Ney Matogrosso – Handsome as a Greek – Greek Mythology inspires a Revolutionist” an art exhibition by Alkistis Michaelides will be on display until March 30th.
Osabus gives you the freedom to explore Europe your own way paired with the comfort of a trusted transport partner.
Cyprus is breaking all previous tourism records this year with arrivals passing 3.8 million visitors for the first time ever.
On the agenda of the 3rd UNWTO/UNESCO World Conference on Tourism and Culture event held December 3-5, in Istanbul, Turkey, stakeholders discussed cultural tourism as fundamental for a sustainable future.
A research team made up of British and Bulgarian scientists from the Black Sea Maritime Archaeological Project (MAP) announced in October their discovery of the oldest intact shipwreck ever discovered.
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades revealed his confidence that the growth rate of 4% for the county’s touristic economy would continue to rise in the coming months at an event held by the Association of Hotelier Managers (PASYDIXE) in Limassol. At the meetup, Mr. Anastasiasdes heaped praise on leaders in the tourism industry and the private […]
The folks at Google are trying to solve for “X” again with a Google Maps feature called “Mapping Thanksgiving.”
Infare, a global market leader in pricing intelligence, has launching Pharos, a cutting-edge business intelligence tool for airlines.
Coming up November 23rd and 24th in Bratislava at the Little Carpathian Viticultural Area, the 19th Annual Open Cellars Day promises great wine, food, and friends.
Coming up in 2019, the “Cretan Chess Tour” will feature Crete as an international chess destination. A series of match events will be held in Heraklion, in Hersonissos, at the village of Anogia, and in Agios Nikolaos, according to a press conference from Galaxy Hotel in the island’s capital.
Viking Cruises has announced a new 11-day cruise itinerary, Greek Odyssey, which will allow guests to explore the ancient empires of antiquity of the Aegean over the calm winter season. Sailing roundtrip from Athens beginning in January 2021
Hilton’s Canopy has just opened in Zagreb, Croatia, the first such hotel in continental Europe. The Canopy by Hilton Zagreb offers 151 guest rooms with 8 suites with decor inspired by Croatian tradition.