On the foot of the Apuan Alps sits Lucca, a much-loved city in Tuscany that people from far and wide explore during their holidays in […]
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France is home to beautiful beaches, sizzling sunshine and fantastic food, all of which make visitors flock from far and wide to experience the culture. […]
The city of Cannes in the South of France is famed for its International Film Festival, attracting celebrities and film stars to revel in the success of the industry while simultaneously enjoying everything that the traditional French city has to offer.
The deceivingly populous and sprawling city of Split on the Dalmatian coast is a location that should not be missed when visiting Croatia. In fact, it is one of the country’s largest cities and second only in population to Zagreb.
The south of France has long since been the destination of choice for many families thanks to the opportunity for sun, sand and sea. However, […]
Family holidays are something that many of us will have fond memories of, for better or for worse. Whether this is the first time stepping on a plane, or holidaying in our home country, these memories are something that we hold dearly, therefore it’s important to give your family similar opportunities to explore new parts of the world.
Continuing our ‘A Week In’ series, next on the list is the wonderful city of Avignon, located in the south-east of France in the Provence region. This historical city has plenty to offer visitors, who’ll be rewarded with a range of diverse architecture, beautiful bistros and endless views across the Rhone which lines the north side of the city.
Despite its travel appeal and beautiful scenery, Lake Trasimeno and the towns that surround it still remain something of an undiscovered gem. Located at the heart of Italy, this inland pool of shimmering freshwater offers visitors the chance to have a coastal holiday, without actually being on the coast.
Located in the south of France, roughly 90km from the beautiful city of Marseille lays the Alpilles Natural Regional Park. Comparatively small to other national and regional parks in the country, the region’s surface area is 510km squared, smaller than both Écrins and Mercantour National Parks, to the north and east respectively.
Located at the foot of the Apuan Alps and within close proximity to the Versilia coast, Lucca is one of the most loved cities in […]