If Paris has lost some of its shimmer for you, then how about giving one of the lesser known eastern European cities a whirl? Here’s a surprisingly entertaining and eventful seven you may not have thought of for your 2016 European getaway. Best of all, these unsung gems are some of the most cost effective city breaks you’ll find anywhere. Welcome to Eastern Europe.
For travelers to Ljubljana a wonderful ballet “Coppélia in Montmartre”, awaits visitors interested in the performing arts. The three act ballet by French composer Delibes Léa and Hungarian choreographer Youri Vámos, is live on state at the Ljubljana SNG Opera and Ballet theater. Coppélia at Montmartre, which became famous after its debut in 1870, combines a […]
Europe’s largest hotel search website, Trivago.com has recently launched March report regarding European hotels prices. According trivago Hotel Price Index (tHPI), prepared each month, spring season shows an increase as regards Eastern European destinations.
The festival opened July 3, 2011 with Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 in E flat major, and will last till September 7, 2011.
With its tiny, 2 million population, Slovenia is probably one of the most overlooked destinations in Eastern Europe, yet it’s also one of the most unexpectedly delightful of them all. Located where the worlds of the Germanic, Slavic and Mediterranean people meet, Slovenia proudly boasts breathtaking mountains, eerie caverns, lush countryside and historic villas. Existing […]