Exploring Occitanie, France – A Region Full of Surprises

Exploring Occitanie France - A region Full of Surprises

Wondering what to do in Occitanie, France? Travelling to Occitanie is discovering one of France’s most exciting regions. Home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage sites, Occitania is dotted with historic towns and cities such as the medieval town of Carcassonne, the hilltop village of Rocamadour or vibrant cities such as Montpellier and Toulouse. There are […]

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Things to do in Amiens, France

Things to do in Amiens, France

Located in the Somme department, Amiens is a beautiful green city. It is known for its Notre Dame cathedral, Belfry (both UNESCO World Heritage sites), its hortillonnages (a cluster of floating gardens), and its Tour Perret, which greets you as you come out of the train station. You could easily spend a day wandering the […]

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Guide to the Best Things to Do in Narbonne, France 

Things to do in Narbonne France

Looking for an off-the-beaten-path destination in the South of France? Then, you should consider Narbonne. With its historic centre, its vineyards, its Canal de la Robine with a picturesque promenade and its sandy beach, Narbonne is a destination that has a lot to offer to visitors. The town’s beautiful landmarks include a cathedral and a […]

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Albi, France – Best Things to Do, Where to Eat & Stay

Albi City - Tarn River

The episcopal city of Albi is a fascinating city with a rich medieval and Renaissance history, art and culture. Nicknamed “Albi the red” because of the colour of the bricks on all the city’s facades, Albi is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Located on the banks of the River Tarn, the lovely […]

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15 THINGS TO DO IN MADEIRA, PORTUGAL

Madeira's beautiful coastline

The island of Madeira is like no other European destination. Nicknamed the “Floating garden in the Atlantic” and the European Hawaii, Madeira is filled with rugged mountains, spectacular waterfalls, luxuriant vegetation, beautiful coastline, sun, Portuguese villages and some of the hilliest roads seen on earth (thanks to the island’s steep relief). The island is a […]

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