People & Culture News

  • Latvia offers extensive culture and enjoyment

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    Latvia's landscape is a mix of green flatlands and large tree-topped hills. The close proximity to the Baltic Sea also means the country boasts a number of stunning coastal resorts complete with 494 kilometres of long white sandy beaches. The warmest months are July and August, although temperatures can often prove very favourable in June despite the frequent showers.

    18th November, 2006Continue reading
  • Latvian job market looking healthy

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    This boost in the numbers of people finding employment can only seek to boost the economy and create an attractive country for potential property investors.

    14th June, 2006Continue reading
  • EU pushes on to include Croatia

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    It is believed that involvement in the EU will lead to more prosperous and stable economies in many countries and especially poorer ones in the eastern bloc.

    14th June, 2006Continue reading
  • Hungary tourist figures on the up

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    It is believed that the Hungarian tourist board is aiming to do even more to encourage visitors to spend more time in the country and perhaps invest in property there.

    13th June, 2006Continue reading
  • Bulgarian coastal resorts seeing summer success

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    Bulgaria is becoming a key tourist destination and the country's forthcoming EU accession is likely to boost European visitor numbers ...

    12th June, 2006Continue reading
  • Millions for Karolina development

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    The award-winning European developer Multi Development will invest an estimated CZK20 billion (

    22nd May, 2006Continue reading
  • Romanian tensions captured on film

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    Romanian photographer Andreea Anca Strauss has gone to Rosia Montana and recorded the days of a community that has become sharply divided by the question of the proposed investment.

    11th April, 2006Continue reading