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timesofisrael.com – Rich Tenorio • Now When Vera, a young Jewish girl, was growing up outside of Prague in 1938, she had little on her mind besides her grandmother and love of an…

Top 10 most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world

Top 10 most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world A World Heritage Site is a landmark or area with legal protection by an international convention administered by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and…

Eurowings to establish new base in Prague

The German airline is expanding its services in central Europe, and will initially station two Airbus A320 aircraft in the Czech capital from October.. In the summer of 2022, three aircraft will take off for Eurowings with…

Alaska Air Group orders nine new E175 planes from Embraer

Embraer has agreed the sale of nine new E175 jets to Alaska Air Group and its subsidiary Horizon Air. The aircraft will fly exclusively with Alaska Airlines under a capacity purchase agreement.The value of the contract, which will be included in the second-quarter backlog, is US$449 million, based on current list prices.“We have navigated through…

How twin enclaves of Buda and Pest make for fine whole in great European capital

Budapest has always languished in the shadows of its more famous neighbours, Prague and Vienna. Yet its glorious architecture rivals the competition, reflecting an embattled history which ranges from the grandeur of the Austro-Hungarian Empire to the constraints imposed by Nazi Germany and later, Soviet Communism.You need at least three days to appreciate…

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Unlikely New Country Keeping Cuba’s Tourism Industry… dmarge.com – James Booth • 10h When you think of Cuba you think of beaches, rum and pastel-drenched buildings. What you don’t think of is Russian tourists. This is because, as Forbes …

11 Largest Castles In The World That You Must Visit At Least Once In A Lifetime!

Castles were built as defensive structures against invaders atop a hill or by the waters in the middle ages. They were also a home and a fortress for the Royals. It is believed that the Normans were the ones to have built the first Castles in the world in a motte and bailey style. Castles have been since then revived and rebuilt. Over the years, some…

More Night Trains to Connect Major European Cities

If all goes according to plan, a new overnight train will run between Prague and Brussels, stopping at Dresden, Berlin and Amsterdam on the way, in 2022. The plan has been mooted by a Dutch overnight train co-operative called European Sleeper in collaboration with Czech operator RegioJet.NEWS: Prague is the destination of our first night train from…

The dream ticket: sleeper trains could soon run from London to Europe’s cities

It is being hailed as the latest evidence of a new dawn for the European sleeper train. Citing changes in attitude wrought by the two crises of the climate emergency and the Covid pandemic, a new night service in 2022 was announced last week between Brussels and Prague, stopping at Amsterdam, Berlin and Dresden, with tickets expected to cost from €60…

Czech Republic Travel Tips – Read Through Before Embarking On Your Journey

The Czech Republic is situated in Central Europe and surrounded by economic giants such as Germany, Poland and Austria. The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague has been topping the list of the most visited countries in Central Europe for its medieval history and architecture. With its very own affluent history and culture, the Czech Republic might…

The 16 Most Romantic Places In Europe To Inspire Your Valentine’s Day

One of the world's most timeless romantic spots getty Traditionally, this is the time of the year when lovers express their affection with greetings, special invitations to restaurants, gifts, promises or the ultimate treat: a trip to a romantic destination. This year, the pandemic is forcing everyone to reimagine Valentine’s Day and not let Covid-19
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