Here’s what it’s like to stay overnight at La Batelière sur Loire, a boat hotel situated along the banks of the Loire River in France’s Loire Valley.
From exquisite gardens to grand architecture and one that you can even canoe under, here are some of the best castles in Loire Valley, France.
Wine tasting, cycling on an eBike, kayaking and sleeping in a chateau are among the fun things to do in France’s picturesque Vallée du Loir.
Orléans features whitewashed facades, a bustling town centre that never feels too busy and a lively waterfront, making it a popular stop in the Loire Valley.
Château de Chenonceau in the Loire Valley is one of France’s most popular castles, and it turns out you can canoe right under it! Here’s how.
France’s Burgundy region is famed for its wine production, which lures connoisseurs from around the globe. And the heart of it is the beautiful town of Beaune, home to the stunning Hôtel-Dieu.
Annecy, France boasts gorgeous mountain scenery, a 12th century castle, amazing food, and tiny canals leading to the crown jewel, the Palais de l’Ile.
The Palace of Versailles is as awe-inspiring as you’d expect being the former home of a king, with the highlights being the chateau and famous gardens.
Few cities in the world can rival the history, beauty and architecture of Paris. You could easily spend a week lazing around in an outdoor café, taking in the stunning views from the top of the Eiffel Tower or poring over priceless works of art. But how do you see it all if you only have a couple of days? Easy: stick to the main highlights.
A growing number of newlyweds are forgoing the classic Macy’s/Crate and Barrel/The Bay registries, and turning to honeymoon registries instead to fund their dream getaways. Not only does it help cut down on the clutter (another toaster? Erm, thanks Aunt Margaret!) but it puts all those gifts to good use.