Paris News

Visiting the best European Museums Online

One of the most appealing aspects of traveling to a foreign country is visiting museums. You can now also do it online.  The prospect of traveling abroad can be enticing for many. It is an experience...
Brussels News

American Democrats abroad vote on Super Tuesday

On March 3rd 2020, Super Tuesday encouraged American voters to participate in the Global Presidential Primary Election.  Of these voting participants, includes American expats residing or studying abr...
Paris News

Louvre reopens as France increases precautionary measures against coronavirus

  On Feb. 29, the French Government banned gatherings of 5,000 people or more in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The ban, instituted by French Health Minister Olivier Véran, follows...
Madrid News

Gibraltar Complicates the UK’s Post-Brexit Border Plans

  In the midst of the UK’s transition out of the EU, Gibraltar, a UK territory on the southern coast of Spain, is lobbying for open borders. With a population of only 32,000 and close economic...
Brussels News

A Guide to European Summer Festivals

Warmer temperatures, live music, cold drinks and thriving arts - summer music festivals are an essential staple in European culture. Year after year the $3bn festival industry curates immersive, com...
Barcelona News

Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia Nears Completion

La Sagrada Familia, one of the most popular monuments in the world, is nearing completion after more than 130 years of construction. The monument’s construction is scheduled to end in 2026, bringin...
London News

Climate protests at the British Museum in London

As global temperatures and related climate controversies escalate, the art industry has begun to face criticism for their affiliations with large oil corporations. Last weekend, activists staged a 51...
Dublin News

Irish General Election Results

The Irish general election on 8 February resulted in a near three-way tie between Sinn Féin, Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael. Sinn Féin, long considered a secondary political party, surged at the polls --th...
Berlin News

An Overview of Berlin’s Neukölln Neighborhood

Stunning galleries, vibrant culture, and varied dining come together in Neukölln, one of Berlin’s twelve boroughs. What was once a neighborhood easily overlooked in favor of Berlin’s flashier attra...
Vienna News

The history behind Sachertorte

Chocolate lovers rejoice… and hop on the fastest flight to Austria to try the world famous Sachertorte. Invented around 1832 by Chef Franz Sacher, it has become a staple dessert for the city of Vienna...
Vienna News

Albertina Modern’s inaugural exhibition in March

Following three years of intensive restoration and modernization, the historical Vienna Künstlerhaus will soon welcome visitors to it’s new tenant - Albertina Modern. The progeny of Albertina Museum,...
Amsterdam News

How to get from Amsterdam to London by train

 No stop train from Amsterda to LondonAfter surpassing boarder control push-back, Eurostar is prepared to launch its first train from Amsterdam to London. Direct trips from the United Kingdom to the N...
Amsterdam News

Amsterdam treats sex workers like human beings

For someone who comes from a place where sex work is illegal, unsafe, and held in contempt by society, walking down the streets of the Red Light district in Amsterdam is a surreal experience. Inevi...
Berlin News

Berghain, one of Europe's most exclusive nightclubs

Berlin has been a capital for techno music since the 1980s, and the culture strengthened even more with the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1991. Berghain, one of the most notoriously exclusive nightclubs...
Dublin News

Dublin celebrates Chester Beatty

Chester Beatty Library in Dublin marks 50th anniversary of its founder's death. Dublin's Chester Beatty Library is holding a year-long programme of special events to mark the 50th anniversary of the...
Rome News

Major expansion for Rome's Campus Bio-Medico University

Rome university and medical centre presents masterplan.The Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, in the Trigoria area south of the capital, is to undergo a major expansion thanks to a €200 million inv...
Madrid News

Madrid goes green

City combats pollution with major greening project.A proposal to "re-naturalise" Madrid into a green oasis is currently under consideration by the city as part of plans to reduce the capital's polluti...
Brussels News

Centre Pompidou to open in Brussels

Museum will open in 2022 at former Citroën site in Brussels.The Pompidou Centre, a contemporary art museum based in Paris, plans to open a branch in Brussels by 2022. The new museum will be located a...
London News

London opens first all-vegan pub

100 per cent vegan pub to open in east London.London's first 100 per cent vegan pub is scheduled to open on Homerton High Street, a hipster district in the east of the city, on 19 January.The Spread E...
Copenhagen News

Last payphones removed from Copenhagen

End of an era as Denmark phases out public payphones. The last remaining public payphones are being removed from Danish streets as Denmark scraps the system entirely in the era of the smartphone.Ther...

EVENTS THIS WEEK

view calendar
MTWTFSS
      
     
Booking.com

STAY CONNECTED

1033Fans Like
25Followers Follow
219Subscribers Subscribe

Create your Widget

Latest classifieds