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Croatia, Greece, Austria: Which European destinations have the cleanest water for swimming? - euronews.com - Netherlands - Eu - Austria - Belgium - Croatia - Estonia - Greece - Hungary - Poland - Sweden - Ireland - Cyprus - Albania
euronews.com
11.06.2024 / 07:53

Croatia, Greece, Austria: Which European destinations have the cleanest water for swimming?

Heading to the beach or lake and taking a swim in the cool water is an essential part of going on holiday for many. But to save spending the rest of your hard-earned break sick, it's good to know how clean the water you’re jumping into really is. 

An Austrian Airlines plane had its windscreen shattered and nose cone torn off after flying through a thunderstorm - insider.com - Spain - Austria - city London - city Dublin - Turkey - Singapore - city Singapore - Qatar - Burma - city Vienna - city Doha
insider.com
11.06.2024 / 06:13

An Austrian Airlines plane had its windscreen shattered and nose cone torn off after flying through a thunderstorm

An Austrian Airlines plane traveling from Spain to Austria was left severely damaged after flying through a thunderstorm on Sunday.

The best hidden gems to visit in Spain, Italy, France, and Greece, from someone who's been to every European country - insider.com - Spain - Gibraltar - France - Greece - Italy - Usa - state Oregon - city Madrid - city Santiago - city Santorini - region Mediterranean
insider.com
04.06.2024 / 19:43

The best hidden gems to visit in Spain, Italy, France, and Greece, from someone who's been to every European country

Traveling to Europe this summer? If so, we'll take a wild guess that you're visiting either Spain, Italy, France, or Greece.

Why not take the train? Experts on what’s needed to get more Europeans to ditch flights - euronews.com - city European - Eu - Austria - Italy - city London
euronews.com
04.06.2024 / 08:41

Why not take the train? Experts on what’s needed to get more Europeans to ditch flights

Anna Pagani is no stranger to long journeys. She has spent thousands of euros and countless hours criss-crossing Europe’s train tracks since pledging not to take flights a couple of years ago.

Go City Expands to Eastern Europe With the All-Inclusive Prague Pass, Available Now for Summer Trave - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - city European - city Old - Usa - county Centre - county Lane - county Story - city Go
breakingtravelnews.com
04.06.2024 / 08:17

Go City Expands to Eastern Europe With the All-Inclusive Prague Pass, Available Now for Summer Trave

Go City—the world’s leading sightseeing pass brand—launches its first pass in Eastern Europe, the All-Inclusive Prague Pass. The Go City All-Inclusive Prague Pass enables travelers to experience a selection of the city’s best sights—all handpicked by a local destination expert—at the best price.

10 of the best gardens in Europe you’ve probably never heard of - theguardian.com - Spain - Greece - Italy - city London
theguardian.com
03.06.2024 / 12:45

10 of the best gardens in Europe you’ve probably never heard of

Any list of European gardens must begin with Italy, even though their immaculate form, symmetry and reliance on non-flowering evergreen structure might jar with the modern yearning for pollinator-friendly naturalism. The Italian garden reached a peak during the Renaissance and has barely changed since. Its fundamental principles remain elegance, charm and decadent relaxation. Giardino Giusti, in the northern city of Verona and once well known among the influential families of 16th-century Europe, exemplifies this timeless artistry. Drift along its green cypress alley past the commanding statues of Apollo and Adonis, get lost in the 18th-century labyrinth and breathe in the heady aroma of citrus blossom. giardinogiusti.com, adult €15, child €9

These new night trains are a budget solution to travelling Italy, just don’t expect luxury - euronews.com - Greece - Italy - city Santa - city Milan - region Puglia
euronews.com
03.06.2024 / 08:47

These new night trains are a budget solution to travelling Italy, just don’t expect luxury

Night trains have been gaining popularity as a less stressful and more sustainable way to travel than by plane.

Demand for Summer travel in Europe recovers, says ForwardKeys - traveldailynews.com - Spain - city European - France - Greece - Portugal - city Reykjavik - city Rome - city Lisbon - city Madrid - city Istanbul - Russia - Athens - city Tirana - city Tbilisi
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 12:58

Demand for Summer travel in Europe recovers, says ForwardKeys

ForwardKeys and ETOA predict a robust summer 2024 for European travel, with a shift in preferences toward urban and nature destinations, highlighting London’s popularity due to the Paris Olympics.

New partnership between Wego and Greek National Tourism Organization - traveldailynews.com - Greece - Uae - city Athens - city Santorini - city Dubai, Uae
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 12:57

New partnership between Wego and Greek National Tourism Organization

Wego enter in new partnership with the Greek National Tourism Organization to highlight Greece’s rich history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant culture this summer.

Explore Boston's Spring Dining Scene With These Renowned Restaurants - forbes.com - Greece - city Boston - county Bay
forbes.com
28.05.2024 / 22:25

Explore Boston's Spring Dining Scene With These Renowned Restaurants

After months of frigid temperatures and scant daylight, Boston has sprung back to life with balmy spring weather—and the city’s dining scene has returned to its former glory as well. All across the Greater Boston area, restaurant patios are brimming with brunch diners and dinner guests alike, with no shortage of complex cocktails and flavorful small plates to discover all across the region. As you plan your next trip to the city, don’t miss out on these beloved spots, each one offering its own unique roster of hearty springtime dishes to enjoy.

Five New Hotels and Spas Built for Bathing - nytimes.com - county Bath - Greece - Italy - Japan - city Rome - North Korea
nytimes.com
28.05.2024 / 21:43

Five New Hotels and Spas Built for Bathing

In the ever-expanding wellness world, one of the latest trends is actually one of the oldest: soaking in, and sometimes drinking, therapeutic waters. In ancient Greece, physicians, including Hippocrates, prescribed mineral-rich baths to treat everything from skin diseases to insomnia. (According to one theory, the word “spa” is an acronym of the Latin phrase “sanus per aqua,” meaning “health by water.”) The practice has also been employed in Asia since at least the sixth century A.D., when nomadic Buddhists are said to have brought the concept of onsen (inns and bathhouses built around natural geothermal pools) to Japan from the Korean Peninsula. Now, with various forms of hydrotherapy, such as cold plunges and steam saunas, making a comeback, wellness entrepreneurs are debuting properties centered on bathing. Here, five places to take a dip.

6 Of The Best Galleries And Museums In Nashville - forbes.com - Greece - Usa - city Nashville - city Athens
forbes.com
26.05.2024 / 20:57

6 Of The Best Galleries And Museums In Nashville

Nashville might be known as a party spot—and a very good party spot it is— but the city also has an incredibly rich history and the museums and galleries to match. From walking through a country music-focused history to visiting Ancient Greece for the day (yes, really) there’s such an abundance of museums that you’ll likely struggle to fit them all into your itinerary.

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