Milan enjoys May Day in the sun. Credit: Roberto D'Angelo.
It’s not just about leaving winter behind and dancing around a maypole – May 1st is marked on the calendar as a national holiday for much of Europe, where workers, students and love-struck couples all have their turn in the spotlight.
Find out how different countries start the month in their own special way. Continue reading May Day around Europe
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The question is, which destination is right for you? Continue reading Grab a Bargain in the European City Breaks Sale
Emma in the Old Town Square of Prague
Prague is well known for its breath-taking scenery and charm, but many people aren't aware that it's also a city renowned for its jazz scene!
Travel blogger Emma Knock goes on a musical tour of Prague and highlights her best jazz spots in the city.
Since the 1920s Prague has been famous for its first-class jazz scene Continue reading Prague…and all that jazz
Check out some of Europe's top musical locations
Europe has created and inspired many musicians and festivals over the years, with some destinations becoming popular tourist hot spots for that very reason.
Travel blogger Josh Hansen offers his suggestions for the top three music locations in Europe, with a fascinating insight into their Continue reading European Cities of Music
The stunning city of Prague
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Staropramen, a favourite Czech beer. Photo credit: Neil Barnwell
Now in its 5th year, the Czech Beer Festival in Prague is a city-wide celebration of local beers, food and music, with a fantastic selection of ales, pilsners and lagers.
Held between the 17th May and 2nd June 2012, the centre of the festival is held in the Vystaviste Praha Holesovice Park, which is filled from corner to corner with beer tents, each offering beers ranging from local microbrewery creations to the biggest Czech names, including Staropramen and Pilsner Urquell, as well as live folk music and food platters served in traditional beer hall style!
Continue reading Czech Beer Festival: Top Brewery Tours in Prague