Albanian PM fails to ‘walk the walk’

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama’s recent claim that Albania would be prepared to accept illegal immigrants expelled by EU Member States was put to the test as both Italy and Malta refused to accept over 600 migrants.In a visit to Austria in May, Rama offered to assist the EU with its growing immigration problems by … Continue reading Albanian PM fails to ‘walk the walk’

Romancing the City part 5: Prague and Vienna

Here we are, the final installation of Romancing the City. These final two cities are the bees knees of romantic getaways and there's not an Eiffel Tower or a Vatican in sight. Let's find out why these two cities are the cream of the crop.   Prague The Czech capital doesn't scream romance on paper. … Continue reading Romancing the City part 5: Prague and Vienna

Romancing the City part 4: Edinburgh and Rome

Don't worry, I've not forgotten, 'Romancing the City' is back! This time we're looking at two cities both very popular with tourists, Scotland's capital city Edinburgh and the Eternal City Rome.   Edinburgh Okay, so maybe Edinburgh doesn't scream out romance the way Paris does but that's kind of the point. The Scottish capital is … Continue reading Romancing the City part 4: Edinburgh and Rome

Romancing the City part 3: Athens and Reykjavik

Welcome back to Romancing the City, the series of romance shattering articles that step on those rose tinted glasses and shine a light on the ugly side of some of Europe's favourite capital cities for lovebirds. Today's take of two cities features the Greek capital Athens and Reykjavik in Iceland. So far, London and Paris … Continue reading Romancing the City part 3: Athens and Reykjavik