. . . as part of a plan which will see a whopping €13.4 billion invested in the country’s transport infrastructure by 2023. According to
Category: Holidays & Travel
Winter and Summer Skiing at the French Alps’ New Highest Hotel
The highest hotel in the French Alps, with the highest residences in Europe is currently under construction in Val d’Isère. Set to be completed in
What actually is Jet lag?
Jet lag is the disturbance to sleep patterns produced by travelling across several times zones when flying East or West. It is usually worse when
By Lesley Williams republished from Cicerone 13 July 2018 I’ve never been a strong cyclist, but until recently I’ve always enjoyed cycling. Now I simply love
Colonnes Moresques and Morris Columns
. . . from urinals, to poster sites, back to urinals, to tool sheds, to phone booths and back to poster sites . . .
Immerse yourself in the heart of the Middle Ages
Visit a 21st-century medieval adventure In the heart of France, in northern Burgundy, a team of fifty master-builders have taken on an extraordinary challenge: building
It’s that time of year again… GRAPE STOMP!
Take a tour of a Provençal farm, learn how grapes are cultivated and how wine is made, PLUS stomp grapes in enormous antique oak barrels
Updates from Ryanair
Ryanair, our self proclaimed “Europe’s No.1 airline”, announced a new weekly London Stansted ski route to and from Dole, France commencing in December 2018. Ryanair’s
One year to go until the beginning of the Elizabeth Line
Elizabeth line services will be introduced in phases, with the central London stations opening in December 2018 “The Elizabeth line will transform travel across
International boarding just got easier
British Airways has become the first airline to trial self-service biometric boarding gates on international flights out of the USA, working in partnership with Los