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Off the beaten track in Sicily: the taste of its savours, the smell of its history

Most tour operators bring tourists to Cefalù, Taormina, Syracuse, or to the foot of Mount Etna. However far from the conventional routes lies the north-west of Sicily, a fascinating region with a rich culinary tradition. Mazara del Vallo, Erice and the historic city of Marsala, famous for its...
Sant'Egidio Church -Dancing Satyr Museum
Sant'Egidio Church -Dancing Satyr Museum
Mazara del Vallo

Rovaniemi, Father Christmas’s Arctic Headquarters

A visit to the capital of Finnish Lapland offers all of the postcard images related to the Arctic North with a bonus: an encounter with Father Christmas!

The Chateau of Chaumont-sur-Loire, a consummate work of art

A gem of French cultural heritage, over the space of a few decades Chaumont has become a reference in the fields of landscape design and contemporary art. A means of reviving its prestigious past.
Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire
Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire

The discrete elegance of Dinard

Biarritz, la Baule, le Touquet, Royan... All these seaside resorts evolved in the second half of the 19th century. Yet Dinard, along with Deauville (but less obtrusive), has undoubtedly been the best in preserving its charm. An achievement accomplished by listing over 400 Villas and buildings ...
Promenade du Clair de Lune Promenade du Clair de Lune
Promenade du Clair de Lune

the strange destiny of the Wiener Schnitzel

Just like Strauss’s waltzes, the Viennese cutlet – or Wiener Schnitzel – has come to symbolize the Austrian capital. A strange fate for a veal cutlet that actually originated in Italy.
The Hofburg The Hofburg
The Hofburg

A taste of Scotland

Take a look around – there’s plenty to see. And to taste, as Scotland is a highly gastronomic country. You need to travel from one end to the other to discover the richness and diversity of what’s on offer.

Le Panier, a stroll through the old Marseille

Built on the site of the ancient Greek Massalia, the Panier is a typically Mediterranean district with colour-washed facades. The historic refuge of seafarers and generations of immigrants, the Panier is a peaceful haven, still working-class.
Le Panier Neighbourhood Le Panier Neighbourhood
Le Panier Neighbourhood

Secret Finland

Less fearsome than might be thought because it is tempered by the influence of the Gulf Stream, the Finnish winter lasts until the month of May when it takes on fascinating colours. On skis or by sledge, set out to discover some of Europe's purest nature.

Sweden: Stockholm, model green city

Built on the water and surrounded by woodlands, Stockholm has long favoured dynamic environmental policies which are now beginning to yield results. The swedish capital so won the first ‘European Green Capital’ title in 2010.
The Wasa Museum The Wasa Museum
The Wasa Museum

Roses reveals another facet of the Catalan coast

Hedonistic, noisy, urban – in short touristy, Roses is the other face of Cadaqués. It is however just as appealing, albeit in its own way.
Parque natural de Cap de Creus Parque natural de Cap de Creus
Parque natural de Cap de Creus


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