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Tartu, Estonia’s historic university town, is awarded European Capital of Culture 2024. A range of events will showcase Estonia’s second-largest town, situated approximately 180 km south of Tallinn. The city has an attractive Bohemian vibe and has been at the forefront of Estonia’s scientific progress across centuries. Events will take place in the large central park ‘Toomemägi’ and visitors will love the quaint cafes and the river Emajõgi that passes through Tartu.


01 Jan 2023 – Croatia is now in the Schengen zone and has joined the Eurozone, adopting the Euro as its official currency.


Michelin Stars : Two restaurants have been awarded a prestigious Michelin Star for their outstanding cuisine.
NOA Chef’s Hall  in Tallinn is set within a striking modern building (where you’ll also find restaurant NOA). Guests are invited to start their evening with an aperitif served in a romantic lounge with a splendid view of Tallinn Bay and the Gulf of Finland.

The stylish yet relaxed  180° by Matthias Diether  sits within a modern harbour development a couple of miles outside Tallinn city centre and is named after the 180° view from its U-shaped open kitchen.

 Uzbekistan: 2023

Accor to open the first Ibis hotel in Tashkent following the planned opening of Mercure Tashkent in late 2022. being announced recently and scheduled for opening later this year. The six storey hotel with 150 rooms will be a short drive from the airport and in walking distance of the metro.

Croatia opens Peljesac Bridge, bypassing Bosnia to ease Dubrovnik access

26.07.22 Croatia officially opened the Peljesac Bridge, connecting two parts of the country’s Adriatic coast divided by Bosnian territory.

Pedestrians showed up early to walk the bridge before it was scheduled to be turned over to vehicular traffic later in the evening.

The 2.4-kilometer-long (1.5 mile) cable-stayed bridge was built at a cost of €526 million ($533 million), and its opening was billed “a historic moment” on HRT state television.

Norway: New National Museum in Oslo

The new National Museum is opening in Oslo in June 2022.

See collections from the National Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Norwegian Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, all under one roof!

Norway: Explore the heavy water

From summer 2022, you can join an exclusive tour in the new heavy water cellar visitor centre at  Vemork Power Plant, where Norwegian saboteurs carried out one of the best-known sabotage operation of World War II, preventing the development of nuclear weapons.

Poland:  British bloggers impressed by the attractions of Kraków and the Tatras


Museum of the History of Polish Jews is a new, ultramodern cultural museum on the map of Warsaw. It is situated at 6 Mordechaja Danielewicza Street, a former Jewish district and also later on the Warsaw Ghetto. The museum is dedicated to all those who are interested in Jewish heritage and is a symbol of the breakthrough in Polish-Jewish relations during 1000 years of history from Medieval times to now. The museum can be visited by 800 guests at a time. POLIN is an impressive modern museum which you really must see during your visit in Warsaw.