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  • April 1, 2014
    Lufthansa pilot strike cancels 3,800 flights for three days

    Lufthansa has canceled 3,800 flights for April 2-4, or virtually all of its operations, due to a planned walkout by pilots, in what would be one of the biggest strikes ever to hit the German airline. The strike affects the vacation travel for the Easter Vacation for many German citizens. The Vereiningung Cockpit, the union […]


  • November 19, 2013
    7 fun things you must do in Berlin

    Berolina, the femme fatale symbolizing the city couldn’t be more proud of her city. Berlin is everything you want it to be. Approximately 135 million tourists visit Berlin per year, the numbers rising every year turning this city less German and more Cosmo. Being the capital of Germany, it goes without saying that it has […]


  • September 25, 2013
    Oktoberfest celebrations at Frankfurt Airport

    If you are flying via Frankfurt Airport (FRA) in the next few days, then make sure to stop by the Terminal 1’s concourse “Z” for Oktoberfest celebrations until October 6. Designed in style for this popular annual festival, concourse “Z” will feature brass-band music, traditional Bavarian costumes, and schuhplattler-style folk dancing to create the atmosphere […]


  • March 27, 2012
    German police can ‘random’ check ID based on skin color

    Huffington Post reports that a German court has ruled that certain police are allowed to carry out ID checks on the basis of skin color. A black German man, who was asked to show his papers while travelling by train, appealed to the courts and his appeal has been dismissed. He refused to show his […]


  • 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!


  • June 22, 2011
    Expedia unveils European brand identity with new advertising campaign

    LONDON, United Kingdom, June 22, 2011: Expedia, the world’s leading online travel agent, is launching today its new European brand advertising campaign. The campaign marks the start of a new era for the brand as it rolls out its Expedia Everywhere strategy. Expedia Everywhere encompasses a series of transformational initiatives to deliver increasingly personalised travel […]


  • June 16, 2011
    Celebrate Gay Pride at HostelBookers top gay-friendly hostels

    The celebration of gay culture has become a global event with huge Pride festivals taking place every summer in top destinations such as London and San Francisco. HostelBookers has compiled a list of gay friendly hostels keen to target gay travellers. All hostels are in top cities close to the buzzing gay districts or properties […]


  • October 19, 2010
    High-speed Train between London and Frankfurt

    A German high-speed train which is expected to offer a direct service from London to Frankfurt from 2013 was unveiled Tuesday at London’s St. Pancras station following safety tests in the Channel Tunnel. German rail operator Deutsche Bahn said it also intended to run trains from London to Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The network will […]


  • May 27, 2010
    Iceland Express deal – Newark to Europe for $399

    Iceland Express just announced sale fares to seven European countries in June for $399 roundtrip, including taxes. Fly from Newark to Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Poland, England, Norway and Luxembourg. All flights stop over in Reykjavik, Iceland. Click here for reservations Route: From Europe to United States, or vice versa. – Destinations in Europe: Aalborg, Berlin, […]


  • April 19, 2010
    Lonely Planet offers free iPhone city guides (limited time offer)

    In response to the widespread chaos caused by the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano, Lonely Planet is offering 13 of its European iPhone guides free. ‘Travellers stuck in unfamiliar places need access to practical information as well as suggestions on what to do whilst stranded’, said Tom Hall, Lonely Planet Travel Editor. ‘That’s why we’re […]


  • June 26, 2009
    Berlin launches special tourist deals to suit every budget

    Visitors to the German capital this summer are faced with a number of choices when it comes to their holiday budget. They can choose between beginning a weekend break with a Champagne breakfast for $377 or ending it with a few glasses of wine for nothing at all. Another option on offer is a rented […]


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