Located in France’s Loire Valley, Fontevraud Abbey is quite a spot, with a significant history and well worth a stay.
New York City offers a dizzying array of things to see and do, so if you have limited time in the The Big Apple, it can be difficult to choose. We’ve discovered some intriguing sights and experiences that bring a new dimension to off-the-beaten-track travel.
This is a question for the ages: What did Leonardo da Vinci have to do with France, and why did he die there? It so happens that da Vinci spent the last three years of his incredibly industrious life at the Chateau Clos Luce a grandiose castle in Amboise.
Philippines Independence Day (aka Day of Freedom) commemorates the Philippine Declaration of Independence from Spain on the 12th June, 1898. It was not celebrated as the country's National Day until 1962 and the proclamation is depicted on the back of the Philippine five-peso bill. This declaration was written by Ambrosio Rianzares Bautista.
Most of us enjoy visiting the local museums and galleries when we travel, and here, we’ve compiled a list of seven of the most exciting and interesting galleries and museums around the world that all opened or were refurbished during the past couple of years.
You don’t have to head halfway around the world to travel. So many people completely ignore the country that they live in when planning their travels, but there is so much to see closer to home. Need convincing? Here are 7 reasons to convince you.
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