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How to eat your way through Bannau Brycheiniog, Wales - nationalgeographic.com - France - Britain
nationalgeographic.com
07.12.2023 / 10:23

How to eat your way through Bannau Brycheiniog, Wales

I hold up a glass of rosé the colour of the setting sun. It’s summer in a glass, with fresh strawberries on the nose and ripe fruit in every fizzy sip. Vines roll into the distance, bees hum drowsily, the hills look parched. As I sit on the terrace at White Castle Vineyard in Monmouthshire on a scorching June day, it feels like I could be in the South of France. It seems to me the least Welsh of settings.

How a Midnight Feast Became a Month-Long Dining Extravaganza in New Orleans - atlasobscura.com - France - parish Orleans - county St. Louis
atlasobscura.com
06.12.2023 / 23:13

How a Midnight Feast Became a Month-Long Dining Extravaganza in New Orleans

As a city known for its festivals and food, it’s no wonder New Orleans has a special gustatory way of celebrating the Christmas holidays. Although modern festivities no longer require celebrants to stay up all night, revelers can still indulge in the nearly 200 year old feast of Réveillon every December, as the Catholic French Creole inhabitants of the city did before them.

Holiday Gift Guide 2023: The Best Zero-Proof Wines - forbes.com - France - Usa - New York - city Chicago - state Washington
forbes.com
06.12.2023 / 16:03

Holiday Gift Guide 2023: The Best Zero-Proof Wines

Skipping the buzz—and the calories – has gotten much more enjoyable. Even in the past six months, the non-alcoholic wine space has improved dramatically, with new offerings showing surprising complexity. My list this year includes a couple of debuts and some old favorites. I’ve noted how these beverages were made – some start with fermented grapes – actual wine—then use complex chemistry to remove the alcohol. These might hew closer to a traditional wine to many palates. Then there are beverages that use a mixture of teas, juices, spices or other elements to give the experience of wine – mouthfeel, complex nose and palate. These alternatives are generally not meant to emulate a particular varietal, but rather give the drinker a pleasing adult beverage to enjoy in situations where you’d normally drink wine. Here are this year’s top picks.

How Marriott Took A Small Spanish Brand And Gave It A Global Platform - forbes.com - Spain - France - Greece - Italy - Usa
forbes.com
03.12.2023 / 14:21

How Marriott Took A Small Spanish Brand And Gave It A Global Platform

The year was 2005 and Antonio Catalán created the first AC Hotel in his home region of Navarra, Spain. His goal was to create something simple and modern that offered the essence of Spanish hospitality without the frills that guests didn’t always demand. This meant no bell staff, no minibars and fewer ensuite frills. The affordable price point made it a success, and it grew to dozens of hotels across Spain and Italy before catching the eye of Marriott.

How to plan a weekend in northern Tunisia, from mausoleums to mountain trails - nationalgeographic.com - France - Tunisia
nationalgeographic.com
02.12.2023 / 14:03

How to plan a weekend in northern Tunisia, from mausoleums to mountain trails

A long line of empires have ruled and fled northern Tunisia’s shores, leaving behind a trove of treasures in a country where Arabic, African and European cultures coexist in unexpected ways. Nowhere is this more evident than in the capital, Tunis, home to one of the best-preserved medinas in the Islamic world: a 730-acre maze of grand mosques and busy souks, where getting lost along its alleyways is both a joy and an inevitability. Here, palaces once inhabited by wealthy Ottoman families are open for travellers to marvel at the painted ceilings and geometric patterns that adorn their shaded courtyards. 

How to do a slow train holiday in Europe from someone who is 4 years flight-free - euronews.com - France - Portugal - Britain - city London - county Bristol
euronews.com
30.11.2023 / 23:55

How to do a slow train holiday in Europe from someone who is 4 years flight-free

When it comes to journey time from the UK to Portugal, the choice between hopping on a plane or taking the train is a no-brainer.

Ranked: The World’s 10 Most Expensive Cities To Live, According To A New Report - forbes.com - city European - Los Angeles - Denmark - France - Switzerland - Israel - Uzbekistan - Hong Kong - city Hong Kong - city New York - city Los Angeles - San Francisco - city San Francisco - Singapore - city Singapore - city Asian - India - city Copenhagen, Denmark - Pakistan - Nigeria - city Tel Aviv - Iran - city Paris, France - county Geneva - Syria - Libya - Tunisia - Zambia - city Tashkent, Uzbekistan
forbes.com
30.11.2023 / 16:45

Ranked: The World’s 10 Most Expensive Cities To Live, According To A New Report

What are the world’s most expensive cities to live? Singapore and Zurich, Switzerland have tied to secure the top spot, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Worldwide Cost of Living survey.

A Subway Ride at the Paris Olympics Could Cost You Almost Double - nytimes.com - France - city Paris
nytimes.com
29.11.2023 / 23:23

A Subway Ride at the Paris Olympics Could Cost You Almost Double

With nearly 10 million people expected to throng the streets of Paris during the Olympics this summer, visitors already knew getting around the city would be a challenge. But now it will probably be a lot more expensive, too.

How to plan a ski trip to France - nationalgeographic.com - France - Italy - Switzerland - Britain
nationalgeographic.com
29.11.2023 / 14:57

How to plan a ski trip to France

By far the favourite European ski destination, France consistently welcomes around a third of British skiers who are drawn by the convenience of a winter sports break in our near-neighbour country. Along with offering good no-fly travel options, skiers have a huge choice of wide-open slopes, lifts zigzagging across dramatic mountains and modern accommodation.

Bellenda: The Essence Of Valdobbiadene Prosecco In Every Pour - forbes.com - France - Hungary - Italy - region Veneto
forbes.com
28.11.2023 / 18:27

Bellenda: The Essence Of Valdobbiadene Prosecco In Every Pour

Umberto Cosmo, co-owner and co-founder of Bellenda wines, describes himself as a perpetual, restless traveler. As a wine enthusiast and successful entrepreneur, he is curious, inquisitive, and adventurous—willing to take risks and try new ideas.

How Venture X saved me over $6,000 on a summer trip to France - thepointsguy.com - France - city Paris - county Charles
thepointsguy.com
28.11.2023 / 16:08

How Venture X saved me over $6,000 on a summer trip to France

France has been one of my favorite destinations in the world since I first traveled to Grenoble as a high school exchange student nearly 30 years ago. The following year, I turned 16 while spending a magical summer in Paris, studying art history and taking field trips to the city's landmark museums.

France Proposes Value Added Taxes on Airbnb Rentals - skift.com - France
skift.com
28.11.2023 / 15:39

France Proposes Value Added Taxes on Airbnb Rentals

The French Senate has greenlit measures to apply value-added tax (VAT) to Airbnb and similar platforms, aiming to address perceived competition imbalances with the hotel sector. 

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