It’s hard to believe that Noratus is becoming increasingly popular in Armenia, but according to Deputy Head of the Noratus community Vachik Khachatryan, the number of travelers visiting this Gegharkunik province village revolves around 200-300 per day.
Estonian visas are in high demand this year, according to Estonian consular offices in Pskov, Minsk and Beijing.
Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Macedonia will be sharing their heritage with the rest of Europe this year. The other 15 countries haven’t announced their programmes yet.
Eliza Dushku, an American actress of Albanian and Danish descent, has visited her father’s country of origin, to film a documentary that will promote the tourism and culture of Albania.
Head out to the countryside where the stars and meteors will be at their brightest. Here are a few star gazing suggestions for the night of the Perseids.
In the light of the events, it is advisable that you cancel, or postpone your visit to London till the riots subside, or at least avoid the affected areas.
Travel-Ticker has just released its top five last minute deals and trips to five popular Labor Day weekend destinations: Orlando, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Myrtle Beach and Riviera Maya.
In hotel investment news from Croatia, Hotel Terme Tuhelj is building a new 4 star accommodation at Tuheljske Toplice, outside the village of Tuhelj. The new hotel will boast a convention center and very high 4 star amenities, according to hotel spokespersons. At an estimated outlay of €12 million euro, it will also be one of the city’s biggest construction projects in some time.
If you happen to be in Vilnius this month, consider an evening of culture and entertainment you’ll never forget.
In news from My Planet Travel Awards, people in the Russian Federation have just a couple of day remaining before voting starts on what amounts to that nation’s most massive awareness campaign that will certainly jump start Russia’s hospitality initiatives. Over 100 International and Russian companies are participating in this year’s awards, according to the news. Outbound Russian travelers have their say on hotels around the world.
A fundraiser, begun by Grizzly Hackle’s Wild on the Fly travel TV show, hopes to earn $26,000 to further the show’s “cinimatic polish” – according to their news. Season 2, which begins in January, is will see even more twists and turns added to combat TV fishing show boredom.
Go Ahead Tours has announced 4 new Vacation packages to selected destinations; Greece, Turkey & the Aegean, Vietnam & Cambodia: Treasures of Southeast Asia, England’s Countryside & Wales, and Best of New Zealand: North to South Islands. For travelers searching for all inclusives to these regions, the company offers great solutions.
According to the news from Azerbaijan, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski met with Azerbaijani Parliament Speaker Oktay Asadov today to further strengthen those nations’ ties. The meeting in Baku, Komorowski’s first stop on a trou that covers Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia, was primarily focused toward Poland’s interests in Azerbeijan’s energy sector.
Next Friday Poland’s Audioriver 2011 festival on the Vistula River beach takes place over the weekend. This three day international music festival offers the best performances by world renowned electronica performers. Last year, 15,ooo people attended each day of the 5th installment of the awaited event, and even more are expected for 2011.
Azerbaijan’s tourism industry is nowhere near as profitable as the potential indicates. The government there is taking steps to ramp up the country’s lagging travel profile with education, outreach, regulation, and an appeal to people in Azerbaijan to show their true hospitality effectively.