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Soft Adventure Holiday?

Aug 31st, 2012 // Destination: Europe
Bored Of the Beach? Cycling Holidays and Other Adventures Abroad According to recent studies into market trends, adventure holidays appear to be growing in popularity at ever increasing levels. Indeed, it would appear that lazily lying in the sun is no longer the holiday activity of preference, as more and more of us aim for more demanding activities. The Growing Popularity of Cycling Holidays Abroad In... 

Fête des Tuileries, Paris

Aug 1st, 2010 // Destination: News
During almost 2 full months this Summer, the Tuileries Gardens in Paris, France will be hosting one of the big funfairs of the French capital, namely Fête des Tuileries. This is a greast opportunity to have fun and quality time with family and friends. Merry-go-round, big wheel, bumber cars or exhilarating rides, candy floss or waffles, trampoline or rifle range: whatever your taste you are sure... 

European Festival For Young Talent – Paris

Jul 25th, 2010 // Destination: News
This year, the Festival des Jeunes Talents in Paris is celebrating its 10th anniversary! Since it was created in 2001, this festival has affirmed its role of inviting around fifty young European musicians, including the most talented of their generation. For the 10th edition, 10 European countries will be represented: Ireland, Spain, Bulgaria, Armenia, Switzerland, Serbia, Russia, Belgium, Holland... 
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Tour De France Tourist – Revel

Jul 17th, 2010 // Destination: News
The Bio Vallee Lauragais cluster is part of the local policy to develop organic agriculture in a rural region with a high potential. The project aims at offering to new consumers of biological and natural food products that they sometimes struggle to find. Working hand in hand with local farmers, small and larger businesses are in an ideal position to enhance the quality and the biodiversity of local... 

Edvard Munch or the Anti-Scream – Paris

Jul 15th, 2010 // Destination: News
“Edvard Munch or the Anti-Scream” is a retrospective of the work of Edvard Munch, the pioneering Expressionist painter best known for his celebrated painting “The Scream”. The exhibition displays around one hundred works (paintings and sketches) covering the artist’s rich and singular oeuvre. With this exhibition from 19 February to 18 July 2010, the Pinacothèque de Paris is offering a... 

Tourist in Tour de France – Les Rousses

Jul 10th, 2010 // Destination: News
Les Rousses never held a Tour de France stage before yet the area is very familiar to riders since the Col des Rousses, (1,140 metres, 3rd or 2nd cat), which leads to the Col de La Faucille, has been climbed more than 40 times since 1911. Most of the time, the bunch would continue to Divonne-les-Bains, Besancon or Belfort. Le Col de la Faucille, overlooking Les Rousses, was also one of the first... 

The Louvre Museum in Paris

Jul 10th, 2010 // Destination: Paris
As museums go, the Louvre in Paris is quite simply a mammoth. The word “museum” may even be unfitting when it comes to the Louvre: the collections are so vast, diverse, and breathtaking that visitors may have the impression of navigating a maze of distinct artistic and cultural worlds. Housed in the Palais du Louvre (Louvre Palace), France, the former seat of French royalty, the Louvre... 

The Arc de Triomphe

Jul 7th, 2010 // Destination: Paris
Arc de Triomphe The Arc de Triomphe is perhaps the most iconic of all French monuments. It is at once instantly recognisable and deeply evocative of the military glories and follies of France. Napoleon ordered its construction in 1809 to celebrate the triumph of the Republican armies. However, it was soon after that his empire began to collapse, and the Arc was not completed until 1836. The Arc de...