Eastern European value is becoming almost legendary as travelers search for extraordinary deals and destinations. A recent poll of hotels under 50 pounds sterling reveals some surprising values. From Estonia to Romania, people visiting these destinations can strike up unbelievable values actually.
Welcome to Russia Site Expands to Offer Flight Deals
Welcome to Russia begins offering flight bookings online. Russian apartment brokers, Welcome to Russia have been branching out for some time. Now their services include not only hotel bookings and apartment listings, but flight deals as well. In an obvious move to catch up with western online booking engines, WTR spreads its wings slightly father. The service covers markets from Ukraine to Moldova and former Soviet regions.
Hungary’s Gyorgy Lorincz, A Wine Legend Fermenting
The wine regions of Hungary are truly under-emphasized treasures of the world. This could be said for the wine makers there as well. Argophilia Travel News focuses briefly on one almost legendary producer, Gyorgy Lorincz. His recent appearance at the Budapest International Wine Festival reflects a re-emergence of Hungarian wines onto the world scene, and it is high time.
Morten Lund to Kick Off WITovation Entrepreneur Bootcamp
Innovation in online travel is powered by ideas and technology. Key investor Morten Lund is scheduled to kick off the inaugural WITovation Entrepreneur Bootcamp in Singapore on October 18th. The much anticipated camp will serve as a springboard for technology innovators, as well as a think thank for the WIT conference.
Belarusian Fashion Week, Alena Goretskaya Steals the Show
Papilio fashion house designer Alena Goretskaya steals the Belarusian Fashion Week Show so far with her stunning wedding ensemble. The fashion event features some of Eastern Europe’s finest old and new design talents. The much awaited fashion event may pave the way for many emerging fashion talents.
Bulgaria’s Slopes Beckon, Fine Powder Cheap
Bulgarian officials foresee a great year for Winter sports. With incentives and prices too good to be true, and ski resorts capable of competing with any in the world, Bulgaria’s ski paradise beacons any in search of powder on a budget.
Croatia’s PM On the Trail of Tourism Success
Croatia’s Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor speaks before the country’s hotel owners. The county’s travel industry is looking better than ever, but there is still so much more to do. Kosor met with US businesses in New York in other efforts to spur growth in one of Eastern Europe’s most important sectors, travel.
Estonia, The Baltic Tiger of Economics and Travel
The EU’s most progressive and potentially successful partner states, Estonia, moves forward into the euro zone. The Baltic state’s economy is renown for its recent growth. Estonia as a travel destination leaves little to be desired as well. Will the businessmen of Estonia catch up to the digital age though?