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26. 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

27. 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

28. 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

29. 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

30. 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

31. 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

32. 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

33. 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

34. Bordeaux’s Highlights: Visit on One of Many Wonderful Barge Trips in France
June 18, 2020


There are few things as satisfying in life as discovering a new destination. Your first visit will forever be etched in your memory, along with the tastes, the smells and the sights. Without a doubt this aspect is one of the best things about taking barge trips in France. The chance to stop off and visit so many renowned (and also lesser-known) places on the itinerary is the chance of a lifetime - and doing it in such a relaxed manner just can’t be beaten. For frequent visitors to the country, Bordeaux may be a city that’s on your radar if you have not already managed to go. But whet... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

35. How to Spend a Week in Cala Galdana
June 17, 2020


The southern Menorcan gem of Cala Galdana is one of the most popular places visitors choose to make a base – and there are no prizes for guessing why. With its gorgeous horseshoe-shaped bay, stunning beaches, rugged cliffs and tranquil pine forests, the resort is truly picture-perfect and has the charm to back it up. From families and groups of friends to romantic couples looking for a quiet getaway, anyone who rents a Cala Galdana villa for a week or more will leave with a suitcase full of memories and a desire to be back as soon as possible. A Week of Sun, Sea, Sand and More ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

36. Webtoon at the international market and analyzing new comic wave.
May 10, 2020


1. General introduction In the late 1990s and early 2000s, as the high-speed internet system was gradually taking over the Korean market, the country's paper comics industry began to show signs of decline. In the 1997 IMF crisis around the world, consumers began to consume less essential goods and so did comic book products. Almost businesses have to witness the freezing of merchandise sales in the market, more and more people are starting to stop buying paper comics or magazines, they also stop hiring comics from stores for renting stories like in the 90s, instead reading copyrighted... (read more)

Author: Sachin Sharma

37. The Most Photogenic Spots on a Cinque Terre Hike
May 07, 2020


Is there anywhere on the planet more photogenic than Italy? Ardent Italophiles would argue that there isn’t and a visit to the stunning region of the Cinque Terre offers compelling proof. For anyone who embarks on a Cinque Terre hike to visit the five villages linked by the coastal trail, it’s a case of once seen, never forgotten. But of course memories do fade, so in this day and age of smartphones and high-tech digital cameras there’s no excuse for not going home from a Cinque Terre hike with some absolutely fantastic images - whether it’s to take home a slice of Italy for friends ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

38. Visit Torre Guardiola on a Cinque Terre Hike
May 07, 2020


A Cinque Terre hike is one of the most sought after experiences for those who visit Italy. This spectacular coastal trail that links the villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore is famous throughout the world for its magnificent views and romantic ambience. The overarching experience is that of the walk itself – the act of conquering the distance between all five villages – but there are also numerous individual attractions that can be enjoyed along the way. One of these is the beautiful Botanical Gardens of Torre Guardiola, at Riomaggiore, the most sout... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

39. 3 of the Best Day Trips from Florence to Consider
May 07, 2020


When you arrive in Florence, the temptation is never to leave – but if you’re planning a visit to this beautiful part of the world, you should know there is life beyond this iconic Renaissance city that’s also well worth exploring. The city makes a fantastic base from which to explore the wider Tuscany area, and day trips from Florence are the best way to pack in as much as possible and make the very most of your holiday experience. While there’s a wealth of options when it comes to getting out to explore, the following are three of the most popular excursions – and for very goo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

40. Day Trips from Florence: Fast Facts About Siena
May 07, 2020


When you visit Florence, not only will you be privileged to be in one of the most art- and culture-fuelled cities in Europe, it can also serve as the ideal base from which to get out and explore the surrounding Tuscany region. There are plenty of day trips from Florence to choose from, but one of the most popular is to the hilltop city of Siena, which is just over an hour away by road. Here are some fast facts to prepare you for a visit. It’s UNESCO Protected The entire centre of Siena comes under the protection of UNESCO, as a World Heritage Site. Designated in 1995, the c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

41. Take your Tastebuds on Holiday on Day Trips from Florence
May 07, 2020


You could spend a month in Tuscany and probably still not get to experience everything you want to, but then again, that’s just a wonderful excuse to come back again. And again. The art, the history, the culture – there’s an almost overwhelming array of all three to keep you busy. But of course there’s another thing Italy is famous for, and that’s its mouth-watering cuisine. Again, there’s quite a lot to discover, but there are also some highly enjoyable ways in which to do it! Day Trips from Florence to Experience the Fabulous Cuisine If you’re staying in Florence, as well as s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

42. A Scottish Cruise: The Highlights of Fort William
April 14, 2020


Fort William, well known as the UK’s ‘outdoor capital’, is a wonderful place to visit on a Scottish cruise. With towering Ben Nevis on its doorstep, it is little wonder that Fort William is famous for its mountain climbing, bike paths, hiking trails and snow and water sports. When you choose a Scottish cruise as your holiday, apart from the odd gentle stroll, outdoor adventure probably doesn’t feature on your agenda but that’s no problem, as this beautiful part of Scotland has a more sedate side to it, too. From short walks to visit castles, to hikes to fabulous viewpoints and fun fi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

43. Uncover A World of Wonder in Underground Mallorca
March 19, 2020


Seeking a break away from the every day but feeling a bit resort-o-phobic? If you’re a traveller who prefers exploring a little more off the beaten track, it’s time to acquaint yourself with Mallorca’s underground world! This lovely Balearic island is home to some of Europe’s most exquisite cave formations and it’s absolutely perfect for a solo getaway with a difference. Descend to the Dragons The Cuevas del Drach feel truly prehistoric, with the immense chambers home to some stunning stalactites (which grow at a rate of one centimetre per 100 years) and cavernous vaults. Thes... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

44. Go Green in the Most Beautiful Gardens in Florence
March 19, 2020


The entire city is a UNESCO world heritage site. The region is famous for wine, food, culture, art and stunning landscapes. Of course, it could only be Florence and Tuscany. Tours of the area take in some magnificent sights and attractions, from world class art at the galleries, wine and food tastings, to trips around the birthplace of the renaissance. The city of Florence is itself a masterpiece, with spectacular architecture around each corner of every cobbled street. It’s no wonder that so many tourists head here each year, as Florence and Tuscany tours deliver the best Italy has to o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

45. Discover the Delightful Secrets Hidden in the Heart of Florence
March 19, 2020


With some of the most amazing ancient history anywhere in the world, Italy is a fascinating place to visit for any type of tourist. Right at the heart of this unique history lies the renaissance period that was so prominent in Florence and Tuscany. Tours of this area take in some remarkable sights and attractions, but perhaps the best way to explore the area is to take a guided tour with local experts who will know all sorts of intriguing secrets about the area. There are some things that the guidebooks simply don’t know! By taking a small group around the secret areas of Florence and Tuscany,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

46. 3 Museums Art Lovers Shouldn't Miss in Tuscany
March 19, 2020


For art lovers there are few countries as enticing as Italy, and few cities or regions as breath-taking within Italy as Florence and Tuscany. Tours of the area reveal an artistic heritage that is unmatched anywhere else in the world. The renaissance work that was born here is available to see in such vast quantities that no art fan will leave disappointed. A great way to experience all that is on offer is to take in one or even more Florence and Tuscany tours that specialise in art. These three fantastic galleries will captivate any audience. Palazzo Blu The museum of art and culture... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

47. Day Trips from Florence for Tuscany First Timers
March 17, 2020


First timers to Tuscany are in for a treat. This dreamy part of central Italy is more beautiful than the photographs, more historically rich than you can imagine and more culturally engaging than most other places in the world. So full of character, this region is like a selection box of chocolates; so much to choose from and each and every experience different and memorable. Florence is probably the best spot in which to be based and when it comes to day trips in the surrounding area you will be spoilt for choice. Before you head off on your Tuscan adventure, it is good to give yoursel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

48. Discover Mercato San Lorenzo on Florence and Tuscany Tours
March 17, 2020


Food is an integral part of everything that is Italian. Every region, town, village and city has its own versions of the traditional dishes that have appeared on family tables for centuries. It is no surprise then that the markets of Italy are among the best in the world. As stall holders and customers banter in their gesticulating Italian, it is hard not to be captivated by the heady smells, vibrant colours and array of fascinating ingredients that appear around every turn. Mercato San Lorenzo is the most famous market in Florence (and Tuscany). Tours that take in this market are ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

49. Choose a Scottish Cruise and Discover the Magical Lochs of Scotland
March 17, 2020


It’s hard to believe that Scotland is home to some 30,000 lochs and lochans, many of which are open to Scottish cruises. These bodies of water epitomise tranquility and serenity and, nestled into equally stunning surroundings, they offer the perfect setting for a Scottish cruise. What is it about these lochs that makes them so special, though? While they are a delight to encounter from a visual perspective, many are also steeped in myth, legend and history, and it is all of these factors that add to their mystical appeal. Three of Scotland’s Favourite Loch Morar Filling a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

50. Explore Venice's Cicchetti Culture on a River Cruise in Italy
March 17, 2020


There really is nothing quite as romantic when it comes to travelling than a river cruise in Italy. Whiling away long days and balmy evenings aboard a floating hotel, indulging in fine wine, fabulous food and incredible scenery is what every day on board is all about. Of course, there is always the option to get off the boat and explore the many historic towns, charming villages and beautiful cities that you are bound to encounter on whatever river cruise in Italy you choose to go on. Venice is undoubtedly one of the most popular stop off cities when exploring by water, not least because... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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