Discover world tourism trends for Europe and local travel for 2014.
With international tourism reaching numbers higher than ever before in 2013, experts predict the numbers to rise even higher in 2014. Last year hit a record breaking number of 1,087 million international tourists.
A cemetery dating to the 5th-6th century AD resurfaced below the Uffizi Gallery in Florence during the excavation works to expand the museum.
Workers found sixty skeletons, buried two by two, head-to-foot, which made researchers think that they were buried to save space and in a hurry and therefore they could have been the victims of plague or some other infectious disease.
The small necropolis is located under the Magliabechiana Library.
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Almost Trappist Brewery Sint Bernardus is located near the city of Ypres (Ieper in the local Flemish) and the French border in the small town of Watou. It goes without saying that it brews outstanding beer, but its story goes beyond the brew house and is linked to two Trappist abbeys. At the end of the … Continue reading →
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Exploring the Frasassi caves, Italy's largest and most famous complex cave system
One hour from Ancona, in the Marche region, is the town of Genga; with a population of less than 2,000 people, the Gengarini are literally standing on top of one of Europe’s most spectacular sights: Grotte di Frasassi. You can easily imagine yourself to be in a Jules Verne novel as you travel through the Frasassi caves, Italy's largest and most famous complex cave system. Dating as far back as 180 million years ago and extending for 35 km, this subterranean world of calcareous rock formations first opened to the public in 1974, and visitor numbers have just passed the ten million mark; that’s an impressive average of 256,400 people each year.[...]
The Bernina Express is a train connecting Chur (or Davos) in Switzerland with Poschiavo and Tirano in Italy by crossing the Swiss Alps. For most of its journey, the train also passes along and through the World Heritage Site known as the Rhaetian Railway in the Albula / Bernina Landscapes. http://vimeo.com/ludovicoberte/treninorosso Photos and video sent…
hotel.info has teamed up to with Globalgrasshopper.com to feature some of our favourite European travel destinations in 2014. These are our picks for some of Europe’s best destinations off the beaten path with under 100,000 inhabitants.
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