Have you ever wondered what people in other countries do on the internet? What websites are they visiting? What news services are they watching? What are they doing for fun? Now there is a way to find out what they’re doing online in Europe.
There is a great website called EuropeWord that has gathered all of this information for you. You can learn about other cultures by visiting the most popular websites of a European country. You can also learn a bit about the country’s demographics, find news and events that are going on in that country, and even check the weather in the country’s capital.
www.EuropeWord.com is a really cool site to check out. You could spend hours going to all of the different European countries and checking out their most popular websites. There are hundreds to browse through. You won’t want to miss a thing.
Will you be visiting Italy for holiday? Simply click on the Italy link and you can go to the favorite websites that the Italians are going to. See what’s going on in Italy now and what is up and coming. Learn about the best places to visit, the best places to eat, and maybe meet a new friend or two at a social networking site before you go. Be warned, the sites will be in Italian, but even if you don’t speak the language you can understand most of what is being said, and it’s a great way to learn some language before you go. Some have English translations on the sites, too.
Planning a business trip to Hungary? Hop over to Europe Word and click on the Hungary link to learn about the culture there before you meet with an important client. You can avoid embarrassing situations this way. Find out where to shop when in Hungary, and it may also be a good idea to check the 15 day weather report before you leave. You might be surprised to know it is windy and a cool 26 degrees – and you thought you were going to pack light.
At EuropeWord you can virtually visit Spain, France, Russia, Romania, the UK and many more European countries. You can learn about the currencies, time zones, check out maps, and even sign up for your own Europe Word e-mail and blog. You will want to bookmark www.EuropeWord.com and visit a new country every day.
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September 8, 2008