It’s easy to see why – a well preserved cultural heritage, open borders and efficient infrastructure makes visiting Europe a breeze, and rarely will you have to travel more than a few hours before you can immerse yourself in a new culture, and dive into a different phrasebook. Although it is the world’s smallest continent in land surface area, there are profound differences between the cultures and ways of life in its countries.
European countries welcome more than 480 million international visitors per year, more than half of the global market, and 7 of the 10 most visited countries are European nations.
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ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — A towering iceberg that captured international attention in 2017 when it parked beside a tiny Newfoundland town will be seen around the world again — on an international stamp. The remarkable iceberg drew a flood of onlookers to Ferryland, a town of about 500, in April 2017, and made headlines in global media including The New York …Continue reading
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Last fall, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain took a tour of Newfoundland and Labrador’s distinct food landscape, from a moose hunting expedition to an Atlantic fishing trip, to a traditional coastal boil-up. Accompanied by local chefs like Jeremy Charles, one of the masterminds behind Water Street staple Raymonds, the “Parts Unknown” episode showcased Bourdain’s enthusiastic exploration of …Continue reading