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1. Discover the Beautiful Val D’Orcia on a Chianti Tour
October 28, 2020


The Val d’Orcia lies in the heart of southern Tuscany. It’s a place of stunning beauty that reflects the true essence of the Chianti region. During the Renaissance, the local landscape was redesigned to maximise its aesthetically pleasing character and reflect the ideals of good governance. Man-made structures such as fortified villages and abbeys now blend harmoniously into their surroundings: picture perfect lines of evenly spaced cypress trees tracing the slopes of a hill; farms with pastures for livestock dotted across their hay meadows; and roses intentionally planted amidst th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. The Sentiero Azzurro – The Famous Cinque Terre Hike
October 28, 2020


The Sentiero Azzuro is the most popular trail for a Cinque Terre hike, and it’s easy to see why. The scenic cliff-side path promises spectacular views of the sea, sections that wind through olive groves and steep vineyards, and stop offs at quaint medieval churches. Not only that, but the trail takes in all the villages, is suitable for all endurance levels and can be completed in a day trip from Florence. A Cinque Terre hike along this route is generally considered one of the best things to do in Italy, especially if you love nature and the outdoors. About the Blue Trail T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. What to Eat on Your Cinque Terre Hike
October 28, 2020


Everybody knows that Italian food is divine – and the five towns that make up the Cinque Terre are home to some of Italy’s best dishes and freshest ingredients. But when you take a well-deserved lunch break on your Cinque Terre hike, which specialty dishes should you look out for? Local Ingredients Due to steep terrain having historically limited roads and parking, the five towns have developed a strong culture of self-sufficiency. The freshest and most authentic dishes will be cooked with locally sourced ingredients. The area is famous for its: ? Aromatic herbs. Marjoram, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Take a Chianti Tour from Florence to the Hot Springs of Bagni San Filippo
October 28, 2020


Tuscany has been famed for its curative hot water springs since the Etruscan and Roman times. It is an area of stunning natural beauty: the hot waterfalls, untouched forests, glistening calcium deposits and crystal white-blue pools are not a sight that you will soon forget. If that description hasn’t already convinced you to visit, here are more reasons why you should take a Chianti tour from Florence to the hot springs of Bagni San Filippo. The History The most breath-taking parts of the springs have taken years upon years to develop into what they are today. The iconic wh... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Discover the Professional Secrets of Perfect Portraiture
October 17, 2020


Portraiture is one of the most popular and creatively fulfilling forms of both professional and amateur photography. Being able to effectively capture the elusive ‘essence’ of a subject requires a delicate balance of talent, technical expertise and, as always in a medium so immediate, a certain amount of luck. Some would argue that there’s also an element of something in play that’s simply inherent in the photographer – a little bit of creative expression that can’t be quantified. Whether you’re at the very beginning of your journey with the camera or looking to enhance and nurture existi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Discover the Professional Secrets of Street Photography
October 17, 2020


Since the dawn of the camera, the art of street photography has served as an important social commentary. But beyond that, it’s also widely (and rightly) considered as an art form in and of itself. Whether you’re enrolled on one of many online photography courses or trying it out on your own here are some essential tips that will help you get the most striking and engaging images that you can regardless of whether you’re using a phone, a pocket camera or a high-tech DSLR. Always Carry a Camera Again, this is easier than it used to be due to the high quality capabilities of smart... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. 3 of the Best Ideas for a Day Trip from Florence
October 09, 2020


For those looking to explore the many and varied delights of Tuscany, Florence is one of the best places to make a holiday base. The gorgeous, historic Renaissance city places you in the perfect location to get out and about on a range of wonderful short excursions, most of which will have you home in time for dinner at your favourite Florentine restaurant. While there are literally hundreds of options from which to choose, the following are three of the most popular. A Chianti Tour from Florence Even if you’re not a wine aficionado, there’s every chance you’ve heard of this... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. A Cinque Terre Day Trip: An Outdoor Lover’s Dream Experience
October 09, 2020


Staying in the Renaissance city of Florence affords visitors the chance to immerse in a wealth of art and culture that has to be seen to be believed. But for those who like to get out and about in the great outdoors, there’s another bonus to choosing Florence as a base on an Italian holiday: the chance to hike one of the most renowned coastlines in Europe on a Cinque Terre day trip. Even though the region is actually in Liguria, not Tuscany, it’s still possible to experience a Cinque Terre day trip from a base in Florence. It really doesn’t matter if you're an experienced hiker or j... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Churches to See on a Cinque Terre Day Trip
October 09, 2020


A Cinque Terre day trip from Florence is among the most popular of excursions and, as it encompasses one of Europe’s most spectacular coastlines, it’s not surprising so many people want to see it. But while most are drawn to experience those legendary views over the Ligurian Sea for themselves on a hike along the coastal path, there’s definitely more than simply charm and gelato to take in when you stop in each of the villages. Each village has its own personality, with quaint streets, authentic cafes and restaurants and cute shops, but there are also some lovely historic churches fo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Soak Up the Slow Travel Experience on Barge Trips in France
September 19, 2020


There’s an entire demographic of people that don’t need convincing on the so-called ‘slow travel’ experience that’s becoming more and more popular. Some of them are the lucky people who’ve already been on one or more barge trips in France. Cruising down tranquil waterways, visiting off-the-beaten-track parts of the country, making lifelong friends with like minded travellers, and enjoying magnificent cuisine created by international chefs is simply the most relaxing and fulfilling way to explore the country’s culture and landscape. Barge trips in France are slow in the most immersive... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Get to Know the Vessels for Barge Trips in France
September 19, 2020


Planning to set off on one of the excellent barge trips in France? If it’s your first time, you may be wondering what to expect in terms of the vessel on which you’ll be living for a week or so. When you mention cruising, many people immediately think of the larger ocean-going vessels that cater to huge numbers of passengers, but in general, river cruising is a very different and far more intimate experience – and barge trips in France are something else altogether. The range of so-called ‘hotel barges’ that meander up and down the canals and waterways of the country differ in capac... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. How You can Use Function Planner Stickers?
September 09, 2020


Are you looking for something new to decorate your house? Do you want something through which you can keep track of your daily routine? In a hectic schedule of your daily routine, it has become so hard to remember all the important dates of meetings, appointments, functions, etc. Maybe, on Thursday it’s time for laundry, but what if you failed to remember? What if you have an urgent party or function on Sunday, but you failed to remember? Of course, with a busy modern lifestyle, it becomes tough to remember all the important dates. If you can relate to these problems, then you are on the ... (read more)

Author: manmohan singh

13. Five Very Good Reasons to Consider Barge Trips in France
August 22, 2020


Barge trips in France are a completely different type of holiday. They offer luxury alongside the opportunity to take in the rustic and authentic charm of the French countryside. They provide something for every member of the family and are a great way of coming together in a relaxing and enjoyable environment. Whether you’ve been on one in the past, or if you’re new to barge trips in France, the scenic waterways will leave you yearning to come again next year. Although the reasons to sing their praises are many, here are five things that make these vacations so remarkable. Travel i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Indulge in Pastry Heaven on Barge Trips in France
August 22, 2020


One of the finest ways to explore all things French is on the waterways, on one of the many stunning barge trips. In France, of course, perhaps the thing to check out first is the pastry and desserts that Britain’s neighbour is so famous for. Choosing barge trips in France as a way to explore this wonderful place will not disappoint, and below are some of the must-try pastry specialities you are sure to be sampling along your way. Kouign Amann Originating in the north of the country, these are similar to croissants but sweeter and crunchier. It’s a really unusual but completely ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Valuable Packing Tips for Barge Trips in France
August 22, 2020


Whether you’re new to them or you’ve been on dozens of barge trips in France, there’s no feeling quite like that excitement as you begin to prepare for the trip. There is only one exception to that: packing! Even if you’re a seasoned voyager on the waterways, it can still be quite a headache deciding what needs to come with you and what can be safely left at home. Below are a few great tips to make packing for your future barge trips in France as simple and easy as a cruise down the river. Shoes, Shoes, Shoes This isn’t about those formal dress shoes that you’ve been looking for... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. A French Canal Holiday – It’s a Family Affair!
July 28, 2020


The food, the art, the architecture, the wine, the scenery: there’s nothing quite like the culture and the customs of the French. Canal holidays offer a wonderful way to see this remarkable country while enjoying a unique and relaxing environment. It’s slower than most trips, allowing you to take your time, see the sights that really appeal to you and, floating along the waterways, relax like you’ll never have relaxed before! French canal holidays are also a brilliant way to ensure that every member of the family gets something out of the trip. It is one of the few modes of travel th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Discover the Charm, Character and Champagne of Reims
July 28, 2020


The gothic splendour of Reims has charmed people for hundreds of years, and tourists flock to this glittering capital of the Champagne region time after time for its culture, art, architecture and, of course, its wine. For those on a French canal holiday, a stop in this city can be a wonderful way to spend a day, with its fantastic restaurants and stunning sights offering a combination of experiences that few European cities can match. Of course, one of the major attractions of this part of the country is its champagne, and you will not be disappointed sampling this wonderful drink i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Gems of the Loire Valley – The Pottery of Gien
July 28, 2020


For millennia, the River Cher in the Loire valley has carried passengers and cargo along its waterways. The beauty of the route makes it an obvious choice for French canal holidays, and those who embark on the voyage are seldom disappointed with the culture, spectacular scenery and wonderful towns and villages along the route; a route that stretches out to the Atlantic. One of the many delightful towns on the waterway through the Loire is Gien. With a rich historical culture, architecture and vibrancy, this beautiful spot is distinctly French. Canal holidays that take in this wonder... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Enjoy a Themed Itinerary on Barge Trips in France
July 18, 2020


Far away from the pace and frenetic energy of the cities lies another way to see Europe, a way to relax and gently take in whatever it is you are passionate about without the stress of hotels, taxis and traffic. Barge trips in France provide an elegant way to see the country from the water. Surrounded by spectacular scenery, a knowledgeable crew, and other like minded guests, the floating hotel experience is unlike anything you will get elsewhere on the continent. In between gourmet meals and delightful drinks, your vessel will deliver you to parts of the country where you can reall... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Explore the Gascony Jewel of Montauban on Barge Trips in France
July 18, 2020


There are some wonderful places to go on barge trips in France, with each region having something a little different to make it unique. Holidays on the water can be a great way to explore the serene countryside as well as cities, with their easily accessible culture, cuisine and customs. The fantastic city of Montauban is often the starting point of many a wonderful river cruise, and is a great place to explore as part of a wider holiday itinerary. The city started as a fortified town back in the 1100s and has enjoyed a lot of prosperity over the centuries. The fortunes that were mad... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Discover the Wines of Alsace on Barge Trips in France
July 18, 2020


Taking a barge trip in France is one of the most captivating ways in which to see the country. This kind of travel provides a tranquillity that you can only find on the waterways and allows you a glimpse into the subtle interactions of humans and nature. There are a number of lovely parts of the country where the stunning scenery is on show, but perhaps none better than Alsace. With its castles, architecture and customs, this region is perfect for barge trips. In France you’re never far from a fantastic vineyard and Alsace is no different in that respect. Here are some of the best wa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Buddhist Circuit Golden Tour
July 17, 2020


A Buddhist visit can be an excursion of illumination, regardless of whether you have a place with Buddhism or not. There are numerous spots known for Buddhist visits in India where one can have the great experience of a lifetime. You can enjoy various things and visit various appealing structures while being on such a blessed visit. Here are a few proposals for you to follow to make the best out of Buddhist Circuit Golden Tour visits. Buddhist Temples and Monasteries Visiting a Buddhist sanctuary can carry harmony to your brain. The vast majority of the Buddhist sanctuaries are known... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

23. Upper Mustang Biking Tour
July 16, 2020


Mustang is one of the 75 districts of Nepal. It situated in the north-west part of Nepal. The word "Mustang" in the Tibetan language refers to the "fertile land". It has been opened for tourists only after 1992. But the area is still restricted and a very limited number of foreign tourists visit there. The people residing here are mostly influenced by Tibetan culture and traditions. People of this region still practice Tibetan culture and traditions and most of them speak the Tibetan language.So upper mustang biking tour will be the best choice for long-distance travel and trek in Nepal. ... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

24. Discover the Canal du Midi on Barge Trips in France
June 18, 2020


For the best itineraries on barge trips in France it is hard to look beyond the spectacular Canal du Midi. With a hundred and fifty miles of lovely waterways, the UNESCO heritage site has everything Francophiles could ask for - and probably a whole lot more. As well as the charming towns and villages that line its banks, the surrounding landscape also provides a calmness and tranquillity that makes it perfect for barge trips. In France it is recognised for its royal designation, and when you experience the idyllic natural beauty all around you, it will leave you in no doubt as to why... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. See Paris From the Comfort of a Barge. Trips in France Don’t Come Better!
June 18, 2020


When thinking about barge trips in France, Paris is perhaps not the first city that comes to mind. However, the world-famous city is one of hundreds of fantastic destinations that is great to explore on the water. No place captures the charm, culture and idiosyncrasies of France quite as much as Paris, and you don’t always need to battle the crowds on land to see why it has fascinated tourists and visitors for centuries. Many barge trips in France start or end in Paris and you’ll be able to see a very different side to the city from the water as you cruise slowly along. Even if you’v... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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