Posts Tagged‘france’

Looking to get away for one last snow holiday in 2017? The French Alps have plenty of options for those wanting to enjoy the best that the spring snow season has to offer. Below, we’ll…

Upon arriving in Paris, I was excited for many reasons. The food, the culture, the fabulously dressed locals. Being a bit of an architecture buff though, I was most enthused of all to explore the…

It’s no wonder that Paris is one of the most-visited cities in Europe—in the entire world, really! Rather than rack your brains about who’s who or what’s what, though, here’s a list of places you…

It’s hard to imagine visiting Paris on a budget; after all it’s the world’s capital of romance, opulence and luxury. However, it can be done. You don’t have to forgo excellent meals, sightseeing or even…

biking in Europe

I always get frustrated by the hidden charges which magically appear when you’re booking a holiday. What started out as a good deal quickly escalates into a nightmare, due to the addition of airport taxes…

exterior of notre dame

Traveling around the City of Lights need not be expensive because many of the top tourist attractions in Paris are free. No entrance fees or charges; just free unadulterated fun. Exploring these free attractions has…

Princess Cruises Ship

Going on a great cruise and exploring Europe are two major bucket list items for most travelers. It makes perfect sense then to combine them for an unforgettable experience. With so many countries, venues and…

When it comes to traveling to world class cities, the one thing that always seems to put a damper on things is finding a place to stay without detonating your bank account. As goes with…

No one likes January. Christmas is long past and spring is still but a glimmer on the horizon. There are many reasons  to go away and plenty of short hop destinations from the UK that…

Rome Airport

A trip to Europe is on the top of most people’s bucket lists. Unfortunately, the allure and cultural cache of the stunning continent can be temporarily overshadowed by dreadful airport experiences. Here are a few…

Rapid transit has been improving commutes since the late 1800s when the first steam railways were built. The underground Tünel in Istanbul, built in 1875, is one of the earliest known subways. The London Underground…

fake currency

The Following is a Guest Post from Emily Buchanan. It’s a well-known fact that when you’ve been travelling on a sweaty chicken bus for 12 hours straight, you’re going to be more susceptible to scams. Even if you’re…

I’ve traveled a good amount over the past few years, with the majority of trips to off-the-beaten path places (who the hell goes to Bulgaria?). While I’ve still managed to hit some of the heavy…

When the sun starts to shine and Europe comes back to life after a long winter, the grasses begin to grow, the people work out their winter kinks and then they hit the links.  Check…

The Eiffel tower illuminated and seen from below

The Photo of the Week is complements of Guillaume Le Roux of Le Vrai Paris Tours. Paris is one of those cities that holds the hearts of almost all who get the opportunity to visit…

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While everyone has heard of the classic American Road Trip, Europe offers some truly stunning overland adventures, and within a matter of minutes, you can be in a completely different landscape, climate, hell even another…

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