Following a visit to the country of his birth, Adnan Mujagic shares his impressions 20 years after the Siege of Sarajevo.
Whitman Davis, Matej Havel and Ruben Angell suited up and headed to Poland for the 2012 Warsaw Negotiation Round. The trip to a fascinating city provided the opportunity for exciting competitions, meeting new friends and many new memories, some of which Ruben Angell decides to share.
Only an hours drive from Vienna, Bratislava is a small capital city that has a lot to offer. A rich history has given the city interesting architecture and a mixture of cultures. Jana Imrichova invites you to take a cruise down the Danube for a weekend in Slovakias Little Big City.
As economic lectures have taught us, Austria has a comparative advantage in ski resorts. World-class pistes see tourists flock to the Austrian Alps every winter to enjoy some of Europe’s most traditional ski villages and a great après-ski atmosphere. Christophe Schlinke takes us on a tour of the country’s best resorts, from the renowned towns of Kitzbühel and Lech am Alberg to todays “in” resorts for young people, and ski slopes that are in Vienna’s very near vicinity.
When one travels to Europe or within Europe, what cities come to mind, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, or Berlin? Since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the accession of many Eastern and Central European countries to the EU, travel east has become more attractive. Budapest is a growing hotspot just southeast of Austria. The city offers a rich and interesting history, culture and nightlife.