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.
If you are looking for inspiration for your itineraries in Europe, this article can give you some seriously good ideas.
Trip to Finland and Sweden for a truly local experience
There is a place in Italy that it is a combination of everything quintessentially Italian: amazing food, incredible architecture and world’s best cars. That place is Modena.
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.
Ljubljana is a charming boutique city, proud holder of the title as European Green Capital 2016. Despite being classified as a medium-sized European city, it preserves the friendliness of a smaller town, while offering everything found in large capitals.
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.
There is a whole new dining room at the Swarovski Crystal World in Wattens, which could really make your life easier.
Prague is a jewel located in the heart of Central Europe. Since Middle Age, it has been playing an important role in the political, economic and cultural life of the region. Its epic history has led today to a majestic city, offering Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architectural beauties. So majestic and beautiful that the whole city centre, all 866 hectares of it, has been declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992.
Located just 40 minutes far from Geneva Airport by train, Lausanne has got an enviable position: built on three hills surrounded by vineyard-covered slopes, it benefits from a dramatic view of the Savoy Alps across the lake.