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.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
In Croatia, not many people or officials could have predicted finally achieving EU member status would find the country worse off. This Reuters report shows the ugly side of today’s European Union economics, Croatia and other states wallowing at the bottom of the coalition’s heap.
oming to Sarajevo June 6th through 9th, a monumental event, 2014: 100 years after World War I at the Bosanski kulturni centar Sarajevo.
News from Bosnia and Herzegovina Airlines and Air Serbia, the two carriers are strengthening their cooperation. The Bosnian airline may be offering flights from its Serbia counterpart soon.
Expected to open in late 2014, the 75-suite Residence Inn Sarajevo will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned by SEIC Hospitality and managed by Interstate Hotels & Resorts.
Pinterest is something of a phenomenon when it comes to users being social and loving all things imagery. As a window inside travel too, the boards on Pinterest can reveal a lot about the wonder and beauty of our travel landscape. Argo Travel News decided to start showing off the best boards for those breathtaking places in Eastern Europe.
Visit Sarajevo this February: the XXVII International Festival Sarajevo – “Sarajevo Winter 2011” February 7-28, 2011 – has a lot to offer.
EU interior ministers are expected to lift visa requirements for Albanian and Bosnian citizens today, with a decision that will allow biometric passport-holders from the two countries to stay up to three months in any European state which is part of the Schengen zone. Britain and Ireland are not included, but non EU-states Switzerland, Iceland […]