The news that the Danish parliament moved on Friday to reintroduce limited border controls, should not really come as any surprise. With one segment of the EU pushing hard for austerity measures on the other side, and the Russian Federation being nixed at every turn on free visa travel, and general upheaval increasing overall, isn’t it clear more than one border crossing is at risk?
German National Tourist Board Expects More Middle East Tourists
The German National Tourist Board are hoping for an increase in the number of Middle Eastern tourists in the country this year following a strong showing at the 2011 edition of the Arabian Travel Market earlier this month.
A Taste of the Rhine With eWaterways
If you ever dreamed of seeing the castles along the Rhine, the people at eWaterways have a sampler barge tour you should consider. The world’s best provider of custom and selective cruise experiences, eWaterways offers unparalleled variety in waterborne excursions around the world. And, no wayfarer’s log of travel experiences should be devoid of a cruise along Germany’s fabulous waterways.
On the Run: At Traben – Trarbach On the Mosel
Argophilia Travel News takes an opportunity to reveal the ancient Mosel wine region village of Traben – Trarbach. The first in a series of “On the Run” snapshots of wonderful places, Traben – Trarbach shows the true spirit of the off season of this famous German wine countryside. Visions of German hospitality, and yes castles over the Mosel too, reflects Central Europe’s alluring charm.