The Château de Chenonceau is probably the most recognisable French castle in the picturesque Loire Valley – and its history is just as intriguing. … More Château de Chenonceau: The Ladies’ Château of the Loire Valley
The Loire Valley in France is the best place to visit French chateaux. There are dozens to see. But which castles should you visit? … More Which Loire Valley Castle To Visit?
Pays de la Loire is an administrative region named after France’s longest river, the Loire. Beginning at the rugged Atlantic coast at Saint-Nazaire, it stretches over 1000km (621 miles) through much of central France. The region is home to part of the Loire Valley, a region of some of France’s most opulent and incredible châteaux, … More Pays de la Loire Region Of France – Loire Valley Châteaux Meets The Atlantic
Welcome to châteaux country! The region of Centre-Val de Loire, located just south of Paris, is known for its wonderful Loire Valley, a leisurely region of great wines and lavish Rennaissance castles that traces the 1000km (620 mile) river Loire through rolling green farmland. The kings, queens and nobility of France built some of the … More Centre-Val de Loire Region of France – Wine And Chateaux Of The Loire Valley
Overlooking the countryside on top of a rocky outcrop, the Berzé-le-Châtel castle is a medieval fortress known for its 13 fortified towers, terraced gardens, and commanding hilltop position that surveys the Mâconnais wine region below. Dating back to the 10th century, it is a great stopover visit for those exploring the Burgundy wine region. The … More Chateau Berzé-le-Châtel – The Hidden Castle Of Burgundy Wine Country
Osaka is a large metropolis in Japan which can be compared to Tokyo’s bustling energy. It has busy subways lines, restaurants on every corner and the flashing neon signs of Dotonbori. But there’s more of a relaxed pace here. And, it is still packed with great things to do. The attitude is different, too – … More Osaka Tourist Traps and Must-See Sights
2000 birthday candles. That’s a hell of a cake! Of course, i’m talking not about a person, but Nijmegen, a small city in the south-east of The Netherlands, and the oldest in the whole country. That’s the age of more than 8 USAs!
Belgium has famous neighbours. France to the south with its art galleries, cuisine and national scarf obsession, The Netherlands in the north, windmills, cheese and funny smelling ‘coffee shops’, Germany to the east, where a sausage and a beer is a great meal.