We have heard that Lithuanian law bans street name plaques in different languages, presumably with the aim to protect Lithuanian national identity; however, throughout Vilnius we were captivated by multilingual street name signs. And honestly, we loved seeing those plaques in multiple languages pointing out to rich cultural history of the city, while honoring national minorities who played
There are many fairs in Europe and many cities claim to have that ‘special’ expo in this or that field. However, some fairs stand out and set an example to the others. As Monocle’s recent review notes, the 56th edition of Salone del Mobile in Milan could teach the world’s other fairs a few things.
Hashtags are everywhere. Chances are that you have already heard this term and seen that strange # sign. Well, nowadays hashtag sign is used on a daily basis by millions of people for many different purposes. Social media experts use it to promote their content, companies and brands use it to boost their presence and
Our first movie recommendation is here. In case you find yourself in Amsterdam in the upcoming days, we highly suggest you head to the Pakhuis de Zwijger where ‘The Human Scale’ movie will be projected on January 19th 2017. For all others, below you can find a synopsis and a trailer, which will probably inspire you
European Commission’s Joint Research Centre launched its global database for tracking human presence on the Earth in October 2016 at the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) in Quito, Ecuador.
Dubrovnik International Airport is a regional hub of the southern Adriatic. It is the biggest airport serving southern coast of Croatia, Montenegro, and parts of Herzegovina.
This year was marked by EU referendum or Brexit, as everyone unofficially knows it. For the past couple of months Europhiles eagerly awaited Thursday
Europolitan Trends loves urban photography and Instagram is a perfect way for getting a daily dose of your urban inspiration.