#artcologne2018 Artful Excuses, You Need to be in Europe–as if you needed one. We know you are DYING to know… Read more Artful Excuses You Need to be in Europe
Travelling in 2018, consider taking in a book fair. Bookfairs feature new writers, readings, an assortment of hard to otherwise… Read more Paper Plans: Noteworthy Books Fairs for 2018
The Gilded Age in American took up roughly three decades, from the 1870s to about 1900. Overall, it represents a period… Read more Christmas Vanderbuilt Style
Culinary delights „Made in Leipzig“ Diverse and creative – Leipzig’s new chefs Whether French, exotic or regional products, gourmet cuisine… Read more Culinary delights: Made in Leipzig
Toronto, ON7– The eighth annual Culture Days weekend brings rural and urban communities across Canada together to showcase our diverse… Read more Snow Daze: The eighth annual Culture Days weekend
It’s a bird. It’s a plane–it’s Alitalia! In January Alitalia was named the most punctual airline in the world. Despite financial setbacks forcing the normally food-worthy airline to serve pretzels, the Italian airline placed third overall in Europe and sixth among major international airlines in 2017.
Gilded America–The Breakers, is a Vanderbilt Mansion, located in one of Rhone Island’s historic neighbourhoods where nothing is dirty and there’s not a mouse in the house. Well, certainly not in this house.
The Breakers, Vanderbilt Mansion had been adorned as a historic landmark and for good reason. Beyond lavish gardens, impressive size, and bedazzling decor, the site gives visitors a glimpse of America’s Gilded Ag
The Northsea is overrun by tourists. The next best thing was an isolated house next to a see of green…(and yellow and lavender). Plus, a semi-restored farmhouse with a lot of charm — and sauna.
Leipzig celebrates the Reformation Anniversary 2017 A Kirchentag on the Way and a wealth of special exhibitions retracing the footsteps… Read more New Year: Leipzig celebrates the Reformation Anniversary 2017
Leipzig Christmas market dates all the way back to 1458. Open from November 28 through December 23, its six areas are set in chime with the fascinating historical scenery of the Leipzig city centre.