Mothe Chandeniers Castle saved by crowdfunding effort | The Loire Valley is a major French tourist destination. It stretches from Saint-Nazaire at the Atlantic Ocean to Orleans, 2 hours south of Paris. This region is famed for its vineyards, nature parks and castles. The latter do not include Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers … not yet.
Urban Beaches Paris Plages | As every year, the right bank of the river Seine from Louvre to Pont de Sully has been converted into one of the best urban beaches in all of Europe. Sand gots imported into the area, beach chairs were set up, grass was laid down and boardwalk-style cafes and ice-cream
France vs Germany | Ok, ok. It’s not entirely fair to compare France and Germany the way we do it here. It lacks a bit of scientifically proven depth. But it’s fun. Enjoy our tourist mix pics comparing elegant France with links-zwo-drei-Germany … France vs Germany. By Chili and Churp | © International Destinations |
Mont Blanc from Ponte Helbronner | Visiting Mont Blanc is up high on many travelers’ to-do-lists. Mont Blanc – the highest mountain in Europe – rises 4,809 m above sea level. The ‘White Mountain’ separates the Aosta Valley down south (Italy) from the Savoie up north (France). Most tourists tackle Mont Blanc from the Chamonix
Eiffel Tower Fancy Glass Floor | Hard to believe that this piece of a genius was originally built as a temporary structure. Part of the Paris’ Universal Exhibition the iconic Eiffel Tower did rise up in 1889 – just in time to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. It was planned to tear
Sin City Paris | In 2005 the Canadian TV channel CBC broadcasted a bunch of valuable historic documentaries about “naughty tourist magnets” of the 1920s. First example: Paris. Parisians ripped off the sufferings of World War I and threw one looong passionate party. Prostitution was legal and the brothel culture was very rich. The disregard