Photographer Cristina Drafta talks about the Eastern Europe she loves. Find out about coffee in Istanbul, the Paris of Siberia, Irkutsk, and much more.
Everyone has in their mind’s eye, one heck of a lot of pretty destination pictures. White sandy beaches, panoramic mountain vistas, sunsets and sunrises galore, even a pretty girl strolling down a shopping street, these are but a few variations on a theme. Today we would like to add to your mental (maybe even Pinterest) […]
In news from the Eastern European nations conjoining the Carpathians, the seven countries sharing one of the world’s great mountain ranges have agreed to joint sustainable management of the region. The Protocol on Sustainable Tourism was adopted at the Third Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Carpathian Convention (COP3).
The seven Eastern European countries that share the Carpathian Mountains have made an important deal to jointly manage the development of sustainable tourism in the region, it has been announced. Sustainable tourism is of course, fundamentally important to the region, hence the countries willingness to adopt the UN Environment Program and UNWTO-drafted Protocol on Sustainable […]
The River Danube, stretching 1,800 miles, is the only major river in Europe that snakes its way from west to east. Originating from its source in the Black Forests of Germany, passing through eight different countries before streaming into the Black Sea, a cruise on the Danube offers passengers an epic journey through the heart of Europe like no other.
When Switzerland is out of the question, an even the value of skiing or snowboarding Eastern Europe seems impossible, there is Stowe, Vermont. For the weekend Winter excursion for easterners, Stowe represents a top notch skiing solution. While not the cheapest lift ticket in the world, Vermont accommodations are famous for rustic luxury.