Greek authorities have reported 453 new coronavirus cases, which is the highest single-day rise since the end of lockdown. Meanwhile, corporate interests sail full speed a course into the unknown.
Greece has the best results in Europe in terms of flattening the curve for the number of confirmed coronavirus cases.
According to news from various sources, the 26-country Schengen area could suffer a huge blow to its tourism sector stemming from the migrant crisis. Border formalities once eliminated to facilitate ease of travel, may soon be re-instituted if the crisis persists. Some experts fear, if the Schengen zone goes, the EU won’t be far behind.
We use Fotolia for a great many post images here on Argophilia. So today, we thought we’d bring readers some of them most beautiful and interesting ones we’ve found. Please feel free to suggest your own from the image bank at Fotolia too.
Paris and Venice are wonderful, but such popular European cities are often thronged with crowds of tourists. If you want a more authentic experience, without feeling like you’re surrounded by a horde of visitors, check out these secret European hot spots. You’ll feel like you’ve discovered a hidden gem.