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  • Wine Olympics: Sampling an unlikely variety of English wines
    July 9, 2012, by John and Helena Baker for The Prague Post

    With the eyes of the world on this year’s Olympics in London, it might be timely to cast an eye over England’s winemaking scene. Although hardly a vinous powerhouse, England […]

  • Film review: Ice Age: Continental Drift
    July 9, 2012, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    The sloth, the mammoth and the saber are back, and though they have moved beyond the ice age that gave the series its title, the planet is pushing on, twisting […]

  • Vratsa and around – the road less travelled
    July 6, 2012, by Hristina Dimitrova

    If you don’t know much about Vratsa, rest assured that you’re not the only one; it is way off the beaten tourist track, it’s not on the coast and is […]

  • EC releases mobile application for travellers
    July 5, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

    With the coming of the holiday season, the European Commission has released a mobile application for smartphones and tablets, which helps the travellers with information about their passenger rights. The […]

  • Hungarian wine goes online
    July 5, 2012, by The Budapest Times

    The government launched on Monday an official website that aims to promote Hungarian wine domestically and internationally. The site, bor.hu, aims to promote consumption and tourism to Hungary’s 22 distinct […]

  • Bicycle park unveiled in Pamporovo
    July 3, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

    A new bicycle park was unveiled in the Pamporovo resort in the Rhodope Mountains. This marks the opening of the summer tourist season in the resort. The park offers 20 […]

  • Sand sculpture festival opens in Bulgaria’s Bourgas
    July 2, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Sculptures of Aladdin and Harlequin are to open the sand festival in the Bulgarian Black Sea coastal city of Bourgas, the municipality said. Aladdin, Tinkerbelle, Tin Soldier, Harlequin, Little Red […]