Movie settings and underground caves: unique castles you can visit in France

Abbeys, palaces, medieval fortresses, and Renaissance gems … France’s offer of gorgeous chateaux is much more than the most renewed castles like Versailles and Fontainebleau.

Top European destinations for 2020: the alternative list you are waiting for

The list you were all waiting for is here.  And it contains some mind-blowing ideas for your itineraries in Europe.

Italy for sports fans: the ultimate destinations

Known as the country of ancient culture, beautiful architecture and delicious food, Italy has got a long-term love story with sport. It is home to important internationally-recognised names, like Ferrari and Valentino Rossi, and some of the most prestigious football clubs in Europe.

Slovenia – Trekking adventures and nature immersion

Slovenia is a “pocket-size” country that you can cross in less than 4 hours’ drive, but it has got everything you need for a memorable vacation. Nowhere else you will find such diversity packed on such a tiny piece of land. And this makes it so attractive at any time of the year.

FRANCE – 7 unconventional experiences you should add to your itinerary

France is one of the most visited countries in Europe, welcoming millions of tourists every year.

The majority of them are attracted to Paris and its impressive landmarks and attractions. But France has got much more to discover. Each region is different and characterised by rich traditions, beautiful landscapes and delicious food.

Visiting Central Europe: Germany, Austria and Czech Republic

Central Europe countries have been influenced by the rise and fall of great empires through history. The scars of the different wars and divisions are still visible today. Nevertheless, it remains one of the most beautiful regions to explore in the world, full of traditions and astonishing panoramas.

BASQUE COUNTRY – A different taste of Spain

This month we would like to take you to the beautiful Basque Country.

Situated in Northern Spain, near the border with France and overlooking the Bay of Biscay, this is one of the most peculiar Spanish regions. It has its own language, its own traditions, and a unique geographic and cultural landscape, but it is just a few-hours’ drive from main destinations like Madrid and Barcelona.