So you decided to arrange your independent trip by car. And immediately a lot of questions arise: where to start the trip, what should you take with you, what documents are required, where to look for accommodation and how to rent a car without spending pots of money?
Campanile Hotel Paris Bastille, part of Louvre Hotels Group, the largest hotel chain in France and the 2nd major player on the European market, devised a new vision of comfort and modern convenience for its guests. Close to the historic center of Paris, with the Place de la Bastille in particular just 500 m away, […]
Two news bits today concerning Germany’s disposition toward migrants and visitors draw further attention to key Schengen and visa discussion. A report via EurActiv speaks to one side of the German and EU PR aspect, the Roma people being the subject on the one hand. At the other end of Germany’s public relations woes, news that second generation Turks in Germany are headed home suggest the German state is in an exclusivity mood toward some.
Europe is a top preference for US travelers making their plans for 2013, according to a recent survey by Fly.com. Italy ranks first in their recently released survey, followed by Australia. Another two European destinations, the United Kingdom and France, also made it into the top 5, following New Zealand on the US travelers’ wishlist […]
The skiing is better in Tignes but Jasna is cheaper and offers more variety
From Cyprus, to Switzerland and France, our guest author, Matthew, plans his holidays in the great outdoors, to enjoy nature, and some of the most romantic spots around.
Our guest author, Jonathan, takes a look at some of the most opulent and aspirational hotel suites located in the best cities around the world.
France is one of the best skiing destinations in the world – here is a guide to the top 10 resorts.