With a bright blue hull and orange sails, l’Indomptable is one of the most photogenic boats you’ll ever see… and sail, if you’re ready for the adventure!
Bordeaux is the #1 city in the Lonely planet list of cities where to travel in 2017. I’m not surprised: friends always praise this city and we loved our visit.
The Jurassic Coast is one of the wonders of the South of England, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 155km coast is a natural beauty made of stunning cliffs and bays with amazing rocks and arches.
Stonehenge was one of the first ticks of my bucket list and I was amazed when I finally got to see it for real…! Let me explain why…
Plovdiv or Sofia? I trusted my local friend and went sightseeing in Plovdiv. Plovdiv is the oldest continually inhabited city in Europe and it will be the 2019 European Capital of Culture. Impressive, but that’s not even why I chose to do sightseeing Plovdiv over Sofia when I went to Bulgaria.
Although Verona is an historic and charming Italian town, most of us only know it from the British author Shakespeare and its masterpiece Romeo & Juliet.
For its culture, its history, its food and its diversity, Istanbul is among my top 3 favourite cities. From the Roman Byzantium, the imperial Constantinople, the Ottoman centre to the vibrant Istanbul, this city is fascinating.
Cappadocia region is very singular and I still have never seen anything comparable to its unusual landscape. The fairy chimneys are not the only specialty of the region: take time to explore the troglodytic houses and cathedrals, the underground cities, and try some Turkish wine!
Bath is a very ancient town (800 BC) built in white big stones. It gives it a special charm and I really felt like traveling back in time during my visits.
I had wanted to visit Oxford for a while; I think since I first studied English at school. It has always…