More than 1,300 years ago, Vikings sailed their longships along Europe’s waterways on voyages of exploration and discovery. Today, travelers are again exploring Europe’s rivers, and one of the most scenic rivers to sail upon is the Rhône in southern France.
The unique architecture and laid-back southwestern vibe of Toulouse are big draws for visitors, but the Pink City also has a vibrant arts scene that shouldn’t be overlooked. Here is the art lover’s guide to Toulouse.
With an eclectic mix of French, Flemish, Art Nouveau and modern designs, the architecture of Lille makes strolling through the city center a feast for the senses. Here are just a few of the city’s highlights – feel free to add your own! Being so close to Belgium, Lille is undeniably influenced by Flemish culture, […]
Monaco has always been a famous destination, of course, but for fans of her films, the tiny principality is synonymous with the stunning and talented Grace Kelly. Princess Grace never returned to the silver screen after her marriage to Prince Rainier III, but her legacy lives on in the form of generous foundations for the arts. And even today, legions of visitors to Monaco seek out a glimpse of the life she led there.
If you’re visiting Paris and want a day away from the city and in the great outdoors, why not head to neighboring Burgundy? With low-grade hills, stunning vineyards and tons of sky, walking or hiking in Burgundy is an absolute delight – and you can choose to do it for a week or just an afternoon!