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The Most Beautiful Village of France
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The Most Beautiful Village of France

2019-09-18

You know what they say about Les Baux (de Provence). It’s the most charming village of Provence and beyond. That’s an understatement. In Provençal language, its name means “steep place”. It sure is with a renowned spur of calcareous rocks where the fortified village was built and carved on in the 10th century. That does not prevent 1.5 million of tourists from wandering on the paved and narrow streets every year.

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A Vacation in Napoleon’s Footsteps
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A Vacation in Napoleon’s Footsteps

2019-09-11

There is a heavenly bunch of seven rocky islands off the Tuscan coast which according to legend originated from gems fallen into the Tyrrhenian sea from Venus's necklace, forming the Tuscan Archipelago. Elba, the largest, is mainly known for its wild nature, enchanting beaches and a lively nightlife.

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The Ancient Heart of Apulia
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The Ancient Heart of Apulia

2019-07-01

The over 400 kilometers-long land stretching at the very end of Italy, bordering the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea and occupying what is currently referred to as the “heel” of the Boot, is the region known as Apulia.

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卢布尔雅那攻略
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卢布尔雅那攻略

2019-11-11

在阿尔卑斯山脉(The Alps)与亚得里亚海(The Adriatic Sea)相遇的地方,便是小巧玲珑的斯洛文尼亚。作为欧洲最具魅力的目的地之一,它有秀丽的自然风光,也有引人入胜的历史。难怪斯洛文尼亚正在成为欧洲最被向往的旅游景地,它的可持续旅游和多样化的地形都广受溢美。在你的朋友捷足先登前,《hi欧洲》已为你找到了在卢布尔雅那不可错过的景点。

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A Rhine Romance of Riesling and Castles
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A Rhine Romance of Riesling and Castles

2019-09-05

“Five minutes to get another fruit juice,” I tell my Canadian cruise mates on the sundeck of CroisiEurope’s MS Lafayette and race downstairs to the bar and back. Just in time for the next castle to loom on top of the hill. We are in the middle of one of Europe’s most popular river cruising routes, watching amazing landscapes and at least forty castles and fortresses from the Middle Ages go by from our chaises. Can you ever take enough pictures of castles? No, of course not.

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500 Years of Renaissance
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500 Years of Renaissance

2019-07-01

Summer will be more festive than usual in the Loire Valley. Cradle of the French Renaissance, the region marks the 500th anniversary of both the (start of) the construction of Chambord and the death of Leonardo da Vinci.

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