Film festivals are held throughout the year in various cities of the world like Berlin, Venice, Park City, Toronto and even the Italian capital, with the Rome Film Festival. These festivals generally attract members of the film fraternity, film students and enthusiasts. However the… read full article
Talk about a car holiday these days and everyone assumes you want to re-live college days where you could pack into a cheap car with some friends and go off on an adventure somewhere which usually involved a dire shortage of finance, lashings of alcohol, and… read full article
Situated in the Hautes-Pyrenees Department in the southwest of France is the commune and town of Lourdes lying in the Pyrenean foothills. Despite the fact that Lourdes’ population numbers around 15,000 residents, it is the host to nearly 5,000,000 tourists annually and Lourdes is second… read full article
The first museum to be established in St Petersburg was the Kunstkamera. Part ethnographic world tour and part freak show, this is a museum that few will easily forget. The main display is often disregarded by those seeking more gory… read full article
If you’re a football fan planning a trip to Italy you may want to visit the three sport venues listed below:
1. San Siro – Milan
There’s no where like this in the whole world. The home of… read full article
1. A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle
An obvious one to start with but well worth a mention never the less. This book could be thanked but also accused of changing the face of the beautiful southern French region of… read full article
Spain is a country that likes to party like there’s no tomorrow. And when tomorrow does come there’s usually yet another party to prepare for and enjoy. The Spanish probably let their hair down more frequently than any other country on Earth. Every… read full article
It’s French, it’s the forth-largest island in the Med but is there more to it than that? Of course there is. Here’s the top five things you need to know.
1. From Italian to independence then to French
The Romans landed in Corsica
When I was about 10 years old and absolutely sick and tired of having to perch on top of Dad’s suitcase while stuck in an endless queue, I often wondered how much money could be made if someone invented kid’s luggage that could be ridden. I… read full article
Want to drink something so Japan-nice? Searching for the perfect pair to gulp down your sushi? Look no further. We serve SAKE, Japan’s second most popular drink next to beer.
Mistake no more its pronunciation, ingredients, process, flavor, serving and ettiquette with this… read full article
With the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or NATO basing its headquarters in the city, Brussels, the capital of Europe, as it is often called, is one of the most important European cities.
Like other cities in the continent its past still breathes… read full article
With over 6000 of the things you might be wondering where to start when picking a Greek Island to visit. It helps that there’s only inhabitants on 227 of them and then further helps that only 78 of them have over 100 people living on them. But… read full article
Here are 5 more types of annoying people you’ll meet at the airport:
1. Café staff who won’t acknowledge your order until you’ve said it right
Why can’t I just order a small coffee? Why does it have to be called Tall, Regular, Medio or Royale?… read full article
The World Heritage Committee, a branch of UNESCO, maintains a list of what it considers heritage sites. The criterion of selection is such that the site must be of extraordinary cultural or natural importance to the whole world, important enough that it need to be preserved for posterity… read full article
Bringing together thousands of Italian and international travel industry specialists in the new trade show area of Rho, Northern Italy, Bit Milan Tourism Expo 2009 (19-22 February) was preceded yesterday evening by the ceremony for the Bit Tourism Award 2009. Over 40,000 Italian tourism professionals and travel magazine readers voted for… read full article