Livestream the Opening of the Holy Door in Spain’s Santiago de Compostela; tomorrow on the Eve of the Jacobean New Year.
Not able to be in UNESCO World Heritage City of Santiago de Compostela for New Year’s Eve? Then celebrate Xacobeo 2021 bt livestreaming the opening of the city’s splendid Holy […]
From Zürich to Lugano in Under Two Hours: From Winter to Time in the Mediterranean Sun on Lake Lugano
Lugano, the largest town in Ticino, is located in the very heart of breathtaking mountain and lake landscapes, and offers year-round a fascinating mix of culture, cuisine and Mediterranean joie de vivre; plus also has some news for the cold season.
One of the most famous châteaux in all of France – as well as the world – Château de Chenonceau is unique not only due to it being an architectural marvel, but also thanks to its legacy as the “Château des Dames.”
I had thought that dude ranches, the kind of places out west where you’d go to spend time galloping across the plains or desert with a background of mountain ranches, […]
Great news for those who love this lovely city–the dining rooms and terraces of Montréal’s wonderful restaurants are now open. It’s time to sample the culinary delights of the recently […]
SouthWest Germany, is marking the 75th anniversary of the UNESCO with a reminder about its extraordinary UNESCO world heritage sites. SouthWest Germany proudly maintains its six UNESCO world heritage sites, including the distinguished and perfectly preserved Cistercian monastery of Maulbronn which was the first in SouthWest Germany‘s UNESCO crown in 1993.
" We are making sure that memories of Saxony are kept alive in the minds of our international guests," says TMGS managing director Veronika Hiebl.Whether you love history, castles, wine, charming towns and palaces, classical music or art museums, Saxony has it all so you don't have to choose.
Early Friday on the day before we were to leave Puerto Vallarta, we drove to San Sebastian de Oeste, once a booming mining town in the Sierra Madres northeast of […]
The Rueda Wine Trail traces the history of viticulture in the provinces of Valladolid and Ávila where the wine production dates back to the 11th century