On Monday, Eurogroup approved the release of 767 million euros in financial help for the debt handcuffed country.
Will the Coronavirus Pandemic End the EU Experiment?
The European Union urgently needs financial injections to deal with this crisis, but there’s an even greater need for solidarity.
Brussels Airport Back to Normal After Terror Attacks
Brussels Airport has officially reopened its departures hall, where terrorist suicide bombs devastated passengers and property back in March.
Greece Tourism Sinking Like A Rock
According to news from the Bank of Greece, receipts from travel in January decreased by 4.7% year on year, corresponding to a decline in arrivals of 7.8%. Currently Greece’s deficit is at €742 million, up some €461 million euro from the same time last year. The news comes at the worst possible time as economic and political pressures mount in the region.
Brussels Travel Advisory: Threat Level 4
The UK and other governments have issued a travel advisory for citizens traveling throughout Europe in the wake of the Brussels bombings. Explosions at Zaventem International Airport today, 22 March, 2016, accompanied by another blast at Maalbeek station in central Brussels, have caused fairly major travel disruptions and concern.
Europe Tourism Recovery Goes Into Shock
If foreign relations and anti-terror tactics across Europe get any worse, tourism dependent businesses already hit by west versus Russia tensions could finally go belly up. All across the EU soldiers and other security personnel are fanning out in a frantic hunt for suspected radicals. However real or perceived Jihadists or other extremists may be, the danger posed to Europe’s economy. That “recovery” Europe was promised, it’s clear it’s not happening now.
Budapest and Riga Offer Best Christmas Markets in 2013
According to Post Office Travel Money’s Christmas Market Barometer 2013, Budapest (Hungary) and Riga (Latvia) are the best value destinations for a festive city break.
European Parliament Open House This Weekend
This Saturday the Festival of Europe begins in Brussels and Luxembourg and to commemorate the fest the European Parliament and other EU institutions will be open to the public. For those interested in witnessing how the Parliament works, this is a unique opportunity for a hands-on experience.
Conrad Hotels & Resorts – Sleek & Provocative Rebrand
Marketing campaigns for hotels chains are not a new fad, nor is using sexy to sell ideas, but doing so intriguingly, this is a bit uncommon. In News from Conrad Hotels & Resorts this morning, their brand is on a global marketing binge that may see a new phrase coined, “chic and slinky sells,” rather than sex.