Europe : 91 reports
Report Petrified waterfalls, swimming pools and spas… Tuscany is riddled with natural hot springs whose healing properties have been known since Antiquity. We have selected four destinations worthy of a detour in the province of Sienna.
Report If you plan to visit the British Museum, you must pay a call to the magnificent Victorian store of James Smith & Sons, on the corner of New Oxford Street and Bloomsbury Street. Unchanged for 187 years, this shop sells timelessly classical umbrellas – the perfect British fashion accessory.
Report The Bavarian capital is not only famous for its Beer Festival but also for its countless “Biergärten”, shaded beer gardens where the Müncheners come to down a glass of cool beer and sample regional specialties.
Report Ludwig II of Bavaria was a solitary dreamer, little interested in affairs of state who devoted his brief reign to edifying extravagant projects in the shape of ever grander and more luxurious castles. Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee, three palaces he built during his lifetime, bear w...
Report The Dalmatian coast is rich and varied enough to cater for all types of holidaymakers. Depending on your taste you can enjoy scuba diving in the Blue Grotto on the island of Bisevo, chilling out on Zlatni Rat beach on the island of Brac, or culture vulturing in the towns of Hvar and Korcula. This...
Report Part of the United Kingdom, Scotland is a land rich in myths and legends and well-known for its fantastic castles. With over 400, you will have no lack of choice, but in case you can’t decide, here are our top five.
Report Scandinavia is a region of northern Europe, made up of a cluster of countries, each of which boasts its own extraordinary range of wildlife and plants. Acting as the barrier between Europe and the Arctic Circle, Scandinavia is home to some of the most breath-taking natural sites in the world. Here are just a few of them.
Récit de voyageur It’s a bit of a “chicken and egg” situation. Without the lagoon, Venice would not be Venice but without Venice, the lagoon would not be a lagoon. 550 km² of water – in other words one of the biggest lagoons in the world: Venice is beautiful because it reigns supreme in the midst of a liq...
Report Built to the glory of Mussolini for a universal exhibition that never took place, the EUR neighbourhood of Rome provides a unique testimony to the extravagance of Italy’s Fascist past.
Report Although most well-known for its iconic tethered helium balloon that indicates the quality of Parisian air, André-Citroën Park is also well worth discovering for its daring juxtaposition of open spaces dotted with romantic gardens that invite the visitor to stroll around and admire this modern-day version of a French-style garden.
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