Monday 31 December 2012
You see, life is already so hard and complicated, so sometimes it’s just worth letting someone – or something – else decide what is best for those simple things in our lives so why not let the stars tell us where to go on holiday this year?…
Tuesday 20 November 2012
Watch, taste and feel a traditional Christmas, visit Europe’s best Christmas markets. The living, the breathing yesteryear of a bustling outdoor marketplace. With our superb choice of Christmas markets in Europe, you are sure to find your perfect festive holiday destination.
Friday 9 March 2012
Vienna is a wonderful city, which boasts a rich tradition of excellence in many fields ranging from art, to music, and up to history and food! If you like travelling, history and landscapes, you have to visit Austria’s Capital, especially if you´re with your family. And if you happen to be on tour in Vienna, then you must never miss a visit to one of the greatest landmarks in the world: the Wiener Prater, simply known as Prater.
Friday 2 March 2012
There we go with our 4th appointment with the “Top European destinations for 2012.” Ladies and Gentleman, welcome to: Vienna. The capital of Austria is a beautiful place, a fresh and lively city, always glorious with its superb concerts, museums, historic landmarks, shopping, and restaurants of all kinds. However, as we promised, this 2012 makes the city even more special. The reason is that Vienna is celebrating the 150th birthday of its own artist, Gustav Klimt.
Thursday 23 February 2012
Even though the Viennese and vegetarianism do not always go hand in hand, there is also a vast choice of vegetarian restaurants in the city as well. The restaurant Wrenkh, located at Bauernmarkt in Vienna’s Innere Stadt, was one of the first vegetarian restaurants in the city, and has become synonymous with fine but simple vegetarian fare. Since 1982, the example has been followed by many, with the opening of thousands of vegan and vegetarian restaurants all around the city.
Tuesday 10 January 2012
Europe is pretty amusing, elegant and rich, from any point of view. All wonderful in their way, all interesting from different perspectives, but as it happens for the rest of the world, people usually follow trends also when travelling around Europe. So what are going to be our top European destinations for 2012?
Thursday 17 November 2011
Austria is a country where Xmas Markets can be found in every major city and town. The capital itself, Vienna, hosts approximately 25 markets and this is a tradition dating back to Middle Ages. Vienna is a popular tourist destination all year round. Although being a large city, it is often chosen for short breaks rather than long stays, to visit its museums, and view the impressive architecture, not to mention the cultural attractions that Vienna has to offer, and its sweets.
Thursday 30 June 2011
Welcome to Vienna, glorious legacy of the Hapsburg dynasty, which controlled Europe for over 600 years. Old and new, death and rebirth, tradition, culture and vitality, to form a surprising mixture in this city, making it one of the most popular and crowded tourist destinations.
Tuesday 12 April 2011
The tradition of pastry making in Vienna dates back to more than 500 years ago, when Emperor Frederick V ordered his preferred bread rolls to local bakers. Since then, Viennese have become experts in creating unique recipes for breads, but especially cakes, chocolates and other kinds of pastries.
So when visiting Vienna, don’t miss a stop over to one of the best pastry shops in the Austrian capital, to enjoy its authentic delicacies, from Apfelstrudel to Mozartkugeln (Mozart pralines ) or Sacher Torte, of course!
Tuesday 8 February 2011
Vienna is a ‘greedy’ city because it loves sweets, such as Sachertorte, Kipfel and strudel. But it is also gourmet, because eating is always varied and complete