Mestre: a special alternative to Venice

January 09, 2019

Just before you cross the lagoon, on the long road and Rail Bridge leading to Venice, you’ll find “Mestre”. It’s a built-up area that has developed around the major economic activities of Venice’s mainland, with a port, shipyards, large factories and refineries that have sprung up near the new commercial port and the Marghera.

The Grand-Theatre, architectural jewel of Bordeaux

January 08, 2019

It is impossible to come to Bordeaux without seeing the Grand-Théâtre. Not far from the quays, it is the focal point of major areas of the city. With its imposing size and majesty. Its high-quality, dynamic and imaginative programming, make it a key part of 21st century culture.

ZARAGOZA FOR FOODIES

January 07, 2019

Gourmands of the world: the epicurean capital has an enviable gastronomical offering, whether you’re seeking the perfect tapas or the comfort of fine dining. Zaragoza and its open kitchens are ready to welcome you and delight your palette.

The Toulouse giant machines

January 09, 2019

It was the first weekend in November, the awakening and encounter of a giant minotaur and eight-legged spider. These moving giants stemming straight from François Delarozière’s imagination, have today taken up residence at the Halle de la Machine in the Montaudran area.

Nantes museums and the surrounding areas

February 13, 2019

If you are looking for something to do in Nantes during winter, the cold days or when it’s raining, I’ve got something for you: what would you say to a little tour around one of the Nantes region’s museums?

San Nicola Market

November 26, 2018

Like every city, Genoa also renews its tradition every year. The San Nicola Market is a charity event that was held in 1986 for the first time and then became a Christmas fixture.


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