Leisure Travel

Eataly agro-food park seeks to be industry, tourism driver

Nov 10, 2017

The man behind the Eataly Italian food empire wants to do for the high-end of Italian food what Milan Fashion Week has done for Italy's ready-to-wear industry: Create a global showcase for excellence that stimulates demand across the sector

Cleric bans poses by Cyprus churches over lewd wedding photo

Oct 20, 2017

A senior cleric from Cyprus' Orthodox Christian church has banned couples who marry in civil ceremonies to take wedding photos outside churches and chapels in a part of the island that is popular with holidaymakers

Faces of Holocaust victims projected on Prague synagogue

Oct 16, 2017

Prague's Jewish Museum has launched a new project to honor the victims of the Holocaust

In Italy with mom, indulge but let someone else take photos

Oct 2, 2017

How to take your mom to Italy: Slow down and let someone else take the photos

Melting Mont Blanc glacier yields remains of dead hikers

Aug 25, 2017

Italian mountain rescue crews have recovered the remains of two _ or possibly three _ hikers on a glacier on Mont Blanc's southern face likely dating from the 1980s or 1990s

Italy quake rocks resort island of Ischia, at least 1 dead

Aug 22, 2017

An earthquake has rattled the Italian resort island of Ischia at the peak of tourist season, killing at least one person and trapping a half dozen others, including children, under collapsed homes

Project aims to attract tourists to remote Albanian villages

Aug 14, 2017

An ambitious project is aiming to open up remote villages in the highlands of southern Albania to the outside world and to tourists wanting to discover the spectacular natural beauty and rural way of life of the more isolated parts of the country

Beautiful Bruges: Old-world Europe in the present

Aug 9, 2017

Walking through central Bruges is like a romantic journey into the past while still in the present

Italy art museum shuts amid heat wave due to faulty air con

Aug 4, 2017

The Uffizi Galleries art museum in the Italian city of Florence has shut its doors to the public amid a heat wave because of problems with its air conditioning system

Searing Vienna heat triggers ban on horse-drawn carriages

Aug 1, 2017

Viennese tourists will have to do without one of the city's most popular attractions for at least a day, with searing heat triggering a ban on horse carriage rides

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