Some may think that the Indy 500 is ultimately a boring race to watch in full – after all, it’s the same cars going around the same track, over and over again. If you want to see really insane, check out the hairpin turns of the Monaco Grand Prix. Of course, it may seem odd […]
With some of the world’s best wines named after the region and a city whose name is synonymous with only the finest mustard, you can be sure that Burgundy, and specifically Dijon, is going to be on any foodie’s itinerary. Let’s take a look at what to chow down on when visiting the area.
Do you love your Pinot Noir? Then you need to go wine tasting in Côte de Nuits, the wine-growing region of Burgundy, France. Named after Nuits-St-Georges, the village that is the southerly capital of this area, and a town worth visiting.
There are plenty of reasons to visit Monaco. Most people come to gawk at the absurd displays of wealth, from the next-gen cars on the roads to the mega-yachts in the marina. Some want to get all gussied up and try their luck at its world-famous casino. Others flock to pay homage to Princess Grace. But did you also know that there are lots of romantic things to do in Monaco as well?
When a vacation involves visiting vineyards, it usually involves small B&Bs, lots of driving, and days spent in rural areas. But the beauty of France is that you can have your big city vacation in Paris and spend just a day among the vines – in Burgundy wine country.
Paris may be the world’s top tourist destination, but that doesn’t mean all of France is packed to the gills. In fact, there are several regions you may not have heard of. If you’re planning a trip here and don’t know where to begin, I invite you to start with these less-visited regions in France – you just may be surprised by what you find!