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New Year’s Eve in Europe, our tips

Published on December 20, 2012 | by Francy

If you’re planning something special abroad for your NYE, you should already know that the biggest New Year’s Eve parties in Europe are found in capital cities. What is common to most of them, are great fireworks displays and party... Read the rest


5 Weird New Year’s Customs across Europe

Published on December 12, 2012 | by Daniela

No matter how, New Year is celebrated by everyone regardless of the origin, nationality and cultural background. The coming of a new year can only be a special event for people, a fresh start full of hope and aimed at... Read the rest


Nye in Moena – the fairy of the Dolomites

Published on December 22, 2011 | by Elena

Moena is a picturesque tourist resort very appreciated by tourists to celebrate New Year’s Eve, mainly thanks to the charm of the valley, surrounded by the peaks of the Latemar and the Vallaccia. It is not by chance called the... Read the rest


NYE customs around Europe

Published on December 16, 2011 | by Daniela

New Year’s celebrations virtually exist in every country in the world. If you choose to be a little cultural this year and celebrate New Year’s in a different way somewhere around Europe, here are some of the most distinctive customs... Read the rest


The real Taste of Christmas is in London

Published on November 22, 2011 | by Daniela

Taste of Christmas in London launches Christmas’ holiday season with style. From December 2 to 4, 2011, foodie lovers are invited at the ExCel centre of London to indulge in a weekend of cheerful eating. This amazing event in London... Read the rest


Skiing and snowboarding in Austria: welcome to Mayrhofen

Published on November 21, 2011 | by Elena

Mayrhofen is a quaint Tyrolean village nestled within beautiful mountains, which although being Austria’s best-known ski resort, has managed to retain the ambience and architectural integrity of a traditional Tyrolean village. It is located just 43 miles from Innsbruck and... Read the rest

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