How to Create Memories with Champagne Wine Tours
The Champagne producer region is about 145 km (90 miles) south of Paris, so it is an easy day trip. You can rent a car or go by train or coach. Champagne – always with a capital C — is both a region and a drink. And the genuine bubbly has to come from this specific area.
How to Plan a Visit to the Cliffs of Moher
About 1.5 million people go to the Cliffs every year, making it Ireland’s most popular destination for visitors. When you decide to go to Ireland make sure the Cliffs of Moher are on your must-see list.
How to Dance Like a Star at a Flamenco Class in Seville
Flamenco is a combination of song, music, and dance. Think of it as an art form. The palmas – hand clapping – help the dancers to “feel” the music. Learning flamenco es un experienca de la vida
Fringing it at the Festival in 2018 – Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Diverse, edgy, colorful, and sometimes downright controversial, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival has sprawled out in the Scottish capital every August since 1947.
Usually referred to as simply “The Fringe,” it is the world’s largest, interactive arts festival that attracts people from around the globe. In 2017, for example, there were over 300 venues to host the 3,398 shows, and the 53,232 performances.
The Cordoba Patio Festival – Best destinations in Spain
Cordoba is in full bloom every spring with special and exciting festivities. Kicking off with a historic parade called the “Battle of the Flowers”, Cordoba officially launches its popular spring celebrations with the amazing May Crosses festival. The festival typically takes place during the month’s first week; it is followed by the renowned Patio Contests that could easily continue past mid May.
A step back to Roman times in Spain
Witness to a long sequence of ancient cultures, the Roman Aqueduct majestically presides over the streets and the impressive heritage of Segovia, one of the not-to-be-missed day trips from Madrid.