The outlook for growth in the hospitality industry in Eastern Europe is bright when looked at from the hotel investment angle. Judging from the number of projects slated for completion before the end of 2018, new hotels from Budapest to Dubrovnik will be cropping up across the region.
Coming up January 30th and 31st in Budapest, HOTCO will be the 1st international hotel and resort real estate investment conference focusing solely on Central Europe. With a focus on emerging markets in Eastern Europe, the conference will serve as an investment summit and idea exchange with leading hospitality professionals.
Hungary, the European country that shares its borders with 7 other countries is a beautiful place to visit. Amongst some of the most fun living people, you’re bound to fall in love with their culture and the places to visit. Let’s list out the 22 MUST GO-TO place in Hungary, so you’re sure not to […]
Hungarians are really proud of their equestrian traditions and Budapest holds an annual cultural event celebrating it. The National Gallop will take place this year between 20-22 September in the Heroes’ Square. The event is the biggest Hungarian equestrian festival and the program is quite colorful. The participants will be able to taste specific Hungarian […]
Hungary is now high on the list of must-see destinations for Russian tourists, with the number of arrivals in that country rising by more than 30% during the last year. As expected, the capital city Budapest remains the most popular destination in the country.
An interesting travel statistic for the Romanian tourism sector for 2012. It turns out some 218,000 Austrians visited Romania last year, a 14% increase over the previous numbers. The Austrian travelers also spent upwards of €52 million in the country, this according to Romania Insider.
The Art Market, Budapest, Hungary is an annual event staged every year. Be sure to visit the 2012 event which is held between 8th to 11th November.
Argophilia Travel News has come to a decision on its favorite Eastern European cities to welcome 2012.
If romance is what you want for your winter holiday, you’re in luck: Eastern Europe isn’t short of romantic getaways, as long as you know where to look.
For a taste of Budapest you’ll truly never forget, this month’s “Sweet Days” festival at Buda Castle will supply a gastro-cultural memory to last. September 16 to 18, a world of European sweets and other rarities will be offered up to locals and visitors to Budapest.
The VOLT Festival (June 29 – July 2, 2011) is one of the most celebrated cultural events in Eastern Europe.
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 Beer Festival and Knuckle Parade in Csaba will take place 9 to 13 June, 2011. The festival features 30 types of beer, traditional cuisine, live concerts and much more.
Have you ever wondered where the Rubik’s cube was invented? If you thought Mattel created it in America, you were wrong. A Hungarian inventor and professor named Ernő Rubik has thus far been responsible for puzzling over 350 million kids, and their fiends too.