A research institute has proposed a vast new network of ultra-speed trains to aid in economic recovery and environmental improvement.
As borders re-open in Europe, three rail systems are able to restart direct service from Berlin to Vienna to Prague.
During the pandemic lockdowns, cities have made more space for bicycles, and advocates want to keep and increase the space.
A mixup in airport information leads to an eight-hour round-trip without a landing.
With cash tight, airlines are trying to hang on to refunds for cancelled flights but passengers are entitled to refunds. A compromise may be in the works.
Samantha and her husband had a great time drinking a liter of beer, listening to music, enjoying a pretzel, and making new friends at Hofbrauhaus in Munich, Germany. Check it out while in the area. You won't be disappointed.
Air France has been approved by the EU for €7 billion in government loans and guarantees, and other governments and airlines may follow suit.
With no new business, and thousands of flights canceled, airlines are bleeding cash; now 12 European countries want to cut them some slack.
Brussels Airlines, Condor and even Air France/KLM face the possibility of government take-over to prevent collapse.
The major ferry operators serving routes among the British Isles and Europe are investing in new ships and see a growing business.
Europe's implementation of a visa-waiver form similar to the U.S.'s will now go into effect in 2023 rather than 2021.
Samantha and her husband really enjoyed their visit to Emperor Ludwig's Ettal Monastery and Abbey in Bavaria, Germany. It is absolutely gorgeous.
Europe appears to be on the verge of purging the small copper coins that now cost more to make than they're worth.
With Britain's departure from the EU last week, the geographical center of the Union has shifted to a tiny village in Bavaria.
Ten years after a call for a voluntary standard, the EU may legislate a common charger for tablets and mobile phones.