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  • June 12, 2017
    European Romantic Breaks – Best Honeymoon Destinations in Europe

    One finds oneself in an amalgamation of different worlds in Europe. With many countries, different languages and diverse culture, cuisine and topography, Europe fascinates many holidaymakers with its assorted medley of attractions, especially honeymooners who look forward to having a romantic interlude that would become the most extraordinary times of their lives. Apart from sun, […]

  • November 12, 2014
    New rules for compensation for flight delay favors passengers (E.U. only)

    Favoring passengers, re-defining flight arrival time is a part of the new rules that the European Court of Justice has implemented. The rule says that the actual arrival time of an aircraft at its destination is defined by when at least one aircraft door is opened. This ruling has particular significance for passengers who seek […]

  • July 16, 2014
    Get free SIM card with selected Eurail pass this summer

    Visiting Europe and have a Eurail Pass? Then make sure to get the free Eurail Roaming SIM card and stay connected with friends and family while traveling in Europe. The first 2,500 Eurail Select and Global Pass customers who register their pass purchase on can apply for a Eurail Free Roaming SIM Card. This […]

  • July 3, 2014
    U.S. to implement additional security procedures at certain airports

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security would increase security at overseas airports with nonstop flights to the country, citing concerns that al Qaeda operatives in Syria and Yemen were developing bombs that could be smuggled onto planes. The new security measures would be required at airports in Europe, Africa and the Middle East that have […]

  • June 7, 2014
    This EU law prevents you from driving a non-EU car in their territory

    Switzerland is bordered by Germany, Austria and Italy. Switzerland has open borders with those countries after the inclusion in Schengen Agreement. Switzerland is not an European Union (EU) member. If you are a citizen of an European Union country or if you rent a car in Switzerland, then make sure not to drive your car […]

  • April 13, 2012
    Han is the brother of The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen

    The Little Mermaid of harbor town Helsingor, in Denmark, is soon to get her brother called Han. To be placed on June 2, 2012, this is another reason to visit Copenhagen. Han, as the stainless steel sculpture, will close its eyes for a split second every hour, which is sure to drive tourists crazy. The […]

  • February 8, 2012
    Flight delays & disrupts in Israel & France; blame the strikes

    Israel Israel’s main labor union declared a strike on Wednesday that caused delays at Ben Gurion airport, and affected banks, hospitals, government offices, trains, the stock exchange, and more, after talks with the government failed to produce an agreement on the status of workers employed through labor contractors. Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz called the strike […]

  • January 26, 2012
    Will the Cobalt Insight 100 bring an end to ban on carrying liquids?

    British company Cobalt Light Systems says they’ve developed a scanning machine that could put an end to those pesky restrictions that ban liquids in carry-on luggage. Cobalt says their Insight 100 machine could analyze bottles as big as three liters for explosives and do it in less than five seconds. Here’s how: Bottles are placed […]

  • January 24, 2012
    India may add thirteen more nations on visa-on-arrival list

    The number of nations whose citizens are eligible for visas on arrival (VoA) in India is likely to be expanded to include 13 countries largely from Europe, south-east and central Asia after a review convened by the PMO felt security conditions need not be a hurdle to promote tourism. Countries that could be offered VoA […]

  • January 13, 2012
    This is exactly why I hate flight landings!

    Last week, Düsseldorf’s airport had things going rough with strong crosswinds that made landings pretty hard, and even caused some missed approaches. See this video only if you’re not scared of flying!

  • January 3, 2012
    Prague will host the ‘Czech Beer Festival’ from May 17 to June 2, 2012

    For the fifth year, Prague will host the Czech Beer Festival from May 17th to June 2nd, 2012 at Exhibition Centre Prague-Holešovice. You can organize corporate event in the largest beer tent in the Czech Republic with a total capacity of 10,000 seats! And you will have a unique opportunity to enjoy 80 brands of […]

  • December 16, 2011
    Best Greek Islands for Nightlife

    Featured Post   The nightlife in the Greek Islands is insane – there is no better way to put it! If you enjoy a high-energy party where the music is rocking, the people are friendly and the drinks are flowing, then this is the place to be. On other hand, the Greek Islands don’t just […]

  • December 15, 2011
    Music and Theatre in Corfu

    Featured Post   The Greek Island of Corfu is known for its rich musical and theatrical history, as is the rest of Greece. However, while the rest of the country was under the rule of the Ottoman Empire, Corfu was the capital city of a Venetian colony. This gives it a unique musical and theatrical […]

  • December 13, 2011
    Party Earth will tell you where to party tonight

    Party Earth provides reviews, up-to-date calendars and user-generated photos of social venues (i.e. bars, nightclubs, beaches, online casinos and whatnot) in a variety of cities throughout the USA and Europe. “Party Earth is the best destination online to discover how to have the most fun offline – no matter where, when, or with whom,” claims […]

  • December 11, 2011
    European budget airlines list

    If you are visiting multiple European cities on a single itinerary, then you may no longer require train trips and Eurail Passes, because the low-fare airline boom in Europe has revolutionized travel overseas. Now, budget-savvy travelers can fly around Europe rather than taking the long train rides, and complete the same journey in a quick […]

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