Looking for something fun and thrilling in the City of Lights? Let's head down and experience the 'spooky' side of Paris in its Catacombs!
Love fromage? You'll fall deeper by traveling through the Jura Massif region of Eastern France to follow French Comte Cheese from farmer to aging cave.
As Florence is to Rome, Lyon is to Paris — a slightly smaller, yet charming version of its larger counterpart. Spend one magical day exploring & eating.
The Carrières de Lumières is an art show projected on the limestone walls of a former quarry, located in Les Baux de Provence in the South of France.
Yacht-lined harbors, quaint cobbled streets and rich cuisine; the South of France certainly has a lot to offer for a traveler and these photos prove it.
This year was going to be different, Viking River Cruises and my traveling friend Cacinda of Points and Travel invited me to cruise along the Rhine River to visit festive European cities and almost a dozen Christmas markets throughout Germany, France and the Netherlands. Plus, we'd have time to sneak one special market in before our embarkation in the town of Basel, Switzerland.
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris may not be the largest Catholic church in the world, but it might be one of the most famous with 14 million visitors per year.
There is no better place to learn how to make French Macarons than in Paris. This colorful sandwich style cookie is one of the most popular in France.
The Paris Pont des Arts bridge, near the Louvre, has love locks too. Thousands of them. Many more than I ever saw along the Via Dell’Amore trail.
This year has already been incredibly busy with my Bucket List Journey having taken me to a whopping five continents in the past eight months. There has been travels to Thailand, Hong Kong, Chile, Argentina, Tokyo, [...]