Visiting this site is like visiting a visitor's bureau in person. There's information on where to sleep, where to eat, where to shop, what historical and cultural sites should be on your itinerary and what is happening across the city. Anyone considering visiting Paris, should definitely check out this site first. - details
For 200 years, Thereisenwiese, an area near Munich, has been home to Oktoberfest. The first Oktoberfest was in 1810 and held to honor the marriage of the Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. Beer tents, the Oktoberfest Costume and Riflemen's Parade, the Parade of Oktoberfest Landlords and Breweries, the Oktoberfest Mass and a variety of other fun cultural events. This is the official event site and is offered in both English and German. - details is run by the Communication department of the European Commission and is a great source of information on the EU, it's members, news and events. Europa provides a single entry point to each of the EU institutions' websites. - details
European History Online examines the most recent 500 years of European history across borders, religions and cultures. Topics range from art and music, economics, military, politics, science, law and technology. - details
39 countries across Europe have joined forces to establish the European Travel Commission to promote Europe as a tourist destination. Their site provides a single information portal that groups all the information travelers could want in one convenient place. It offers general information and refers readers to the National Tourism Organisations for each of the member countries for more details. - details

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