Budapest Liszt Ferenc promoted to four-star airport
Budapest's Liszt Ferenc International Airport has been promoted to a four-start airport to rank among the best in Europe in terms of travel experience, the airport's operator said on Wednesday.
’Live like a local’ idea extends to Trieste
There are a couple of ways of explaining the URBANAUTS’ formula for success when launching a new hotel. One way they describe it is to offer guests the opportunity to experience the particular city as authentically as possible, and another is their “live like ...
New Romanian airlines launches services from Cluj-Napoca, Bucharest to Budapest
New Romanian airline AirConnect will launch regular services between Cluj Napoca (Kolozsvar) and Budapest, and Bucharest and Budapest on Tuesday.
World of big names for Timisoara jazz
The JAZZx event in Timisoara from Wednesday June 28 to Sunday July 2 will be the 11th edition hosted by the Romanian city, and this year’s event will be a highlight of their ongoing European Capital of Culture 2023 program.
Time magazine lists Budapest among World’s Greatest Places 2023
Time magazine has included Budapest in its World's Greatest Places 2023 listing of recommended destinations published on Thursday.
Air Serbia launches regular Belgrade-Budapest flights
Air Serbia now operates 17 flights per week between Belgrade and Budapest under its summer timetable introduced on Monday, the company said.
Liszt Ferenc International voted Best European Airport in 2022
Budapest's Liszt Ferenc international airport has been voted the best European airport in 2022 among airports with 15-25 million passengers, based on passenger feedback, the Airports Council International (ACI) said on Monday.
WizzAir to suspend Moldova services citing security risks
Low-cost airline WizzAir said on Monday that it will suspend all flights to and from Moldova from March 14, citing security concerns.
Capitals of Culture open in three countries
All three European Capitals of Culture for 2023 are up and running after Elefsina in Greece and Timisoara in Romania held their grand opening ceremonies this month, following first-off-the-mark Veszprém-Balaton in January.
Melina Mercouri exhibition at Capital of Culture Elefsina
Memories of a much-loved actress, activist and politician
Greek actress and politician Melina Mercouri was jointly responsible for the idea to start a European Capital of Culture program in 1985, and the initiative has now been awarded to 68 places continent-wide to date. Appropriately, an exhibition dedicated to the multi-faceted lady is ...