While walking in Paris, we were astonished by numerous green terraces and rooftops. Consequently, we questioned ourselves why and how did Paris develop such a sense for greenery and aesthetics. We have made three observations: There is abundance of flower shops on the Parisian streets. As a result, Parisians easily buy plants somewhere close to their
Europolitan Trends is always excited to showcase the life in cities across Europe. Instagram seems to offer the most genuine peek into the spirit of European cities. Instagrammers capture unique content on city life, neighborhoods, lifestyle, people and culture. Continue Reading
In November 2016 Expedia.com commissioned a study on work-life balance in 28 countries worldwide. When conducting an analysis on behalf of Expedia.com, Northstar examined vacation patterns in the selected countries taking into account paid vacation days.
Instagram is our favorite social media channel. Here are our favorite Instagram accounts from Helsinki. Follow them along to keep up with what is going on in their city!
Before the President of the European Council and national delegations move into the new Council building in January 2017, Europolitan Trends had a chance to visit the new Europa building of the Council. Below we bring you some of the highlights. The Need for the New There are a few things that come to mind
Cities have varying presence on social media. They tend to choose social media channels depending on what needs to be communicated and to whom. In general, social media contribute to increased communication with citizens and tourists.
Hotel BLOOM! in Brussels, is not an ordinary hotel that you know. Having previously visited the hotel for a conference or two, the hotel did not strike me as extraordinary. However, now after visiting it again for the 10th year anniversary, I beg to say that the hotel is quite unique for a number of reasons.
Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie (Fr) or The Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia is a non-profit community organization founded in 1994* with the mission to promote and protect different Wallonian villages.