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It's all change for Romania's capital as a number of Bucharest landmarks and attractions are in line for a refurbishment.


Bram Stoker's Dracula has captivated and intrigued millions of readers since its publication in 1897, but few know the real story and inspiration behind the popular Gothic novel.

The French Tourism Board, Atout France, is to launch its biggest ever UK advertising campaign to coincide with the run up to the Tour de France that starts in Yorkshire this July.

A guide to Vienna through the life of one of the city's most prominent figures | Emerald Waterways Guide


The latest renovation of a Budapest landmark has just been completed, with the capital's second largest concert hall - the Vigad - now reopen to the public following an opening ceremony on Friday 14th March. The reopening was said to be in line with Hungary's national holiday commemorating the 1848-49 revolution on the 16th March in a symbolic move connecting liberty and the arts.


The world's largest official cruise body, the Cruise Lines International Association, has announced that 2013 saw a record level of European cruise passengers.


When it comes to classical music, thoughts always turn to Vienna for its influential status as home to the world's most prolific composers and musicians of their time.


The iconic British supermodel Twiggy has been revealed as the prospective godmother to not one but two brand new Emerald Waterways 'Star-Ships'. The ships are due to take to the water next month, with Twiggy performing the official christening ceremony in Amsterdam.


The world's longest running art fair is preparing for its 48th edition being held next month. Art Cologne is the longest-running fair of its kind that looks to celebrate 20th and 21st century art in all its forms. Taking place next month between 10th and 13th April, the fair is in the midst of preparations to ensure all events across the city run smoothly and to plan.


While he may be better known now for his Academy Award-winning film 12 Years a Slave, film-maker Steve McQueen has long been regarded for being a Turner Prize-winning artist. Amsterdam's popular tourist attraction the Stedelijk Museum has recently acquired two works by the award-winning artist turned director which are to go on display in December later this year.

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