Greece set to be integrated into EU power market

Day-ahead power markets were linked from Portugal to Finland on Tuesday as the European Union seeks to integrate electricity markets by the end of this year across the 28-nation bloc.

Spain and Portugal joined the existing 15-country market coupling project, linked through an interconnector between Spain and France.

Festivals, Sporting Events Bring Record Price Hikes in European Hotels

Hotel prices have increased across Europe in May, according to the monthly Hotel Price Index released by hotel search site trivago.

Based on the 50 most popular European cities on trivago.co.uk, one night in May will cost an average of GBP 110 which is a 12% increase compared to April.

Serbian kayak duo claim silver in Milan

MILAN - Simo Boltic and Vladimir Torubanov of Serbia have won the silver medal in K2 500 at the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Milan.

Boltic and Torubanov finished the Sunday race in 1:29.093, just 0.20 seconds behind Tibor Hufnagel and Gergely Boros of Hungary.

Portugal's Fernando Pimenta and Emanuel Silva took the bronze, completing the race in 1:29.153.

Bulgaria Has Second Highest Growth of New Car Sales in Q1

Bulgaria posts the second highest growth of new car sales in Q1 2014, shows data of the Brussels-based European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA).

First is Portugal with a 40.5% growth, while in Bulgaria were sold 4619 new cars, or by 30.4%. 

The number of new car sales in EU continues its upward trend for a seventh consecutive month.