Tourism officials in Azerbaijan are busy finalizing their preparations in advance of next month’s ITB Berlin 2013, an event in which the Eastern European country is set to feature prominently as its official Convention & Cultural Partner.
Eurostar passengers will be able to look forward to a host of Valentine’s Day surprises this February 14, as the high-speed passenger train that links the UK to the continent tempts couples on a romantic getaway with its new “love” themed tickets.
Just last week, Google added yet another new upgrade to its mapping platform, announcing that the app now carries data for 38 of the most popular ski resorts across Canada and the United States.
In their quest to check out 30 must-see travel destinations before they reach the grand old age of thirty, travelling couple Gerard & Kieu stopped by twenty different countries in an epic 312-day journey, stretching more than 67,000 miles across the globe as they embarked on the adventure of a lifetime.
How about this for a futuristic hotel room? The concept showcases a model room that literally comes alive at the ‘touch’ of a smartphone, with walls made almost completely out of Microsoft Surface tablets, multiple touchscreens and interactive surfaces that can be controlled via a smartphone or by touch
From its rolling deserts in the north, to the expansive Alpine-esque Tatra Mountains in the south, Poland is choc-a-block with magical attractions vying for your attention. Today Argophilia takes a look at some of our favorite, less well known, Polish highlights.
As of today, airberlin will fly once a day to Bucharest and Sofia as it continues the expansion of its Eastern European network to its main hub in Berlin.
Encompassing a vast 14,763km of expansive, untouched grazing land within Northern Tanzania, the Serengeti National Park has been honored as this year’s chosen destination by leaders from the hotel, tourism and catering industry.
Looking for an escape from the cold this winter? Uncertain which holiday hot spots will live up to their name? If so, then you might just find this new interactive infographic from Thomson Holidays comes in quite handy.
For holidaymakers it probably sounds like a dream that’s just too good to be true, but in many of the Czech Republic’s bars beer really is cheaper to drink than water.
Tourist chiefs in Russia and Belarus are hoping to exploit some of the more mystical aspects of the region’s history in a bid to encourage more people to visit, creating a new project called “The Fairytale Map of Russia and Belarus”.
Being a practicing witch doctor, sorcerer or healer is no simple task, as a wide variety of raw materials are needed to concoct the traditional medicines used to ward off evil spirits and cure people’s ailments.
Bulgaria is refusing to let up as it bids to reinvent itself as Eastern Europe’s most attractive destination for people from all walks of life, announcing five new tour packages orientated towards gay travelers
Given the rather depressing economic realities that many in Europe are forced to live with at present, they could be forgiven for thinking the luxury of skiing holiday is out of their reach. But a little look beyond the Alpine pistes, towards Eastern Europe, shows us that a skiing holiday doesn’t have to break the bank.
Myanmar’s tourist industry has grown substantially on the back of recent moves its government has made to embrace democracy, with tourist arrivals rising by more than 50% over the last 12 months, according to its Ministry of Hotels and Tourism.