An article in the Washington Post describes how the lopw-cost air travel is changing “the rhythm of European life.” Apart for the hoards of British men who travel to cities…

An article in the Washington Post describes how the lopw-cost air travel is changing “the rhythm of European life.” Apart for the hoards of British men who travel to cities for stag weekends, there is a growing number of Europeans who are buying second homes in other countries because they can afford to travel to them frequently. This trend has seen booms along the coasts from Croatia to Portugal.

The cheap airlines has also encouraged euro-commuting and even some Brits are flying to Hungary, which has become a hub for good-quality, affordable dental care, and finding the bill for a crown and the airfare is less than a trip to a private dentist at home.

Washington Post Article

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