Look at the current issue of "Visit Europe" guide highlighting upcoming events and featuring special offers to the members of AmChams in region.
Below see this issue´s country leads you can join and attached the rest of the offers from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Moldova, Romania and Ukraine.
March 2014: The conference „Education and Business – Do theory and practice speak the same language?“ awaits you!
Three leading economic media - Bloomberg, Investor.bg and Bulgaria ON AIR in partnership with Junior Achievement Bulgaria will set the theme for the problems in the Bulgarian education and will provoke a discussion
for solving these issues. They will outline key factors and assumptions for satisfying the hunger for quality professionals in business and along with that will provide quality career development for young professionals in a dialogue with representatives of Bulgarian education and business.
For more information: (+359 2) 812 9 831, (+359 2) 812 9 848, (+359 2) 821 9 812
February 20 – April 3, 2014: Carnevale Praga 2014
A unique municipal festival in a baroque style will take place in Prague between January and March – Carnevale Praga 2014. Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace offers budoir, where visitors will find baroque dress codes to borrow or to buy for the final culmination of the festival - Crystal ball.
March 01–10, 2014: International Festival “Martisor” – 48th edition
The international music festival “Martisor” starts at 1st March and lasts for 10 days. For the first time the festival was organized in 1967. The festival becomes more and more popular and attracts a great attention from the foreign people. Many international guests and singers come to the festival.
Welcome to Romania
Official travel and tourism information about Romania. Find up-to-date information on attractions, services and accommodations, as well as maps and photos. Order brochures or ask questions regarding your upcoming visit to Romania.
March 1–2, 2014: Maslyana Festival
Maslyana, also known as a Pancake Week, is one of the biggest Eastern Slavic religious and folk holidays, celebrated during the last week before Great Lent. Open-air Museum of Folk Architecture and Folkways of Ukraine in
Pyrohiv is happy to invite you to celebrate Maslyana in accordance with ancient Ukrainian traditions. Participate in snowball fights, sledding, riding on swings, sleigh rides, horse-riding and a lot of other festive activities. As the culmination of the celebration, on Sunday evening, enjoy the ceremony of putting a traditional symbol of winter - a jack-straw - to the flames of a bonfire.