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. Instagram is a unique platform enabling innovative way of communicating information; it is mobile, visual, and easy to use.
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.
One of our goals for 2016 was to visit Rotterdam. Namely, earlier this year we have learned that giant pop-up stairs would be installed in front of the central train station from mid-May to mid-June. This temporary structure kicked off celebrations of Rotterdam’s rebirth after the WWII. So, the idea was born to finally visit
During the Netherlands EU Presidency in the first half of 2016, Amsterdam hosted many European events. One of the focus areas of the Presidency was Urban Agenda for the EU. End of May was particularly busy with events, conferences and meetings that took place all over the city
European Quarter in Brussels has a new addition to its hotel scene.
Montenegrin national carrier, Montenegro Airlines, is a small airline consisting of six aircrafts*. The airline operates regular and charter flights to major European destinations.
I am surprisingly pleased with my recent Air Serbia experience. Air Serbia, successor of JAT Airways, began its operation in 2013 forming a strategic partnership with Etihad Airways.
Brussels is de-facto capital of Europe due to the sheer fact that some of the most important European institutions (e.g., European Commission, European Parliament, Committee of the Regions) are located throughout the city (and why did Brussels become the capital of the EU is the whole separate story – you may read more here).