Now is the time to seek out those late booking flight bargains to London and there are two very special reasons to go in August and September – it’s the ONLY time you can get to go inside two of London’s most famous and historic buildings – Buckingham Palace and the Palace of Westminster, Read More

The allure of Amsterdam beckons year-round, but during the city’s annual Grachtenfestival (Canal Festival), this tempting European destination becomes irresistible. And travelers on Music and Markets’ Amsterdam Canal Festival Tour experience the festival to its fullest, reveling in incredible musical moments as venues along the city’s renowned canals resound with more than 80 classical, Read More

The slow pace and beautiful terrain of the Irish countryside make a perfect setting for a family equestrian vacation. All ages and all riding abilities, from beginning to those who would like to increase their riding skills, will enjoy horse riding within all of North and South Ireland. Tourism Ireland provides a central location, Read More

Like folks the world over, most German parents like to spend their holidays with their children. Over the past three decades, the German tourism industry has steadily been developing attractions to charm both the little ones and the grown-ups that take them there. As elsewhere, theme parks rank high on the list of family, Read More

The canals weaving in, out and around Hamburg remind travelers of Venice, but Hamburg is an experience unto itself. The reserved dignity of the citizens, their sophisticated style and tastes, their love for their city and their fierce independence set them apart from others and are what make Hamburg, Hamburg. Proud of their maritime, Read More

Hbc is proud to celebrate the entrance of the Czech Republic into the European Union on May 1st, 2004. From April 19th to May 15th, Hbc is commemorating the proclamation with commemorative window displays at the flagship Queen Street Bay store. “On behalf of Hbc, I am pleased to congratulate the new members, including, Read More

Long before the run-up to the accession to the European Union (EU), Hungary has prepared for regional cooperation in overseas marketing. Two years ago, it has decided to take advantage of an obvious cross-promotion with a few countries. “It is (something) like the European Union accession which is called the Visegrad countries – Poland,, Read More

Just arrived from Germany and available free of charge, a new pocket-size travel guide, called Great Holidays on a Small Budget, makes exploring German cities and countryside that much more accessible for Canadian visitors. On close to 200 four-colour pages, it presents 52 cities and 16 regions, each complete with little reference maps and, Read More

Greek Cypriots want more land and the right to go home; Turkish Cypriots want a share of power and a place in the international community. Both sides would get more holidays and more money as well as a new national anthem — without any words. The United States wants to satisfy key Muslim ally, Read More

With the Olympic Games just four months away and the budget skyrocketing within the vicinity of more than US$850 million (650 million euros), Greece this week addressed concerns it has fallen behind preparations in public transport security measures.