Impressionism and modern architecture in Le Havre

One of the most important European ports, Le Havre boasts the second largest collection of Impressionist paintings after Paris. Destroyed during WWII, the city retains only a few historic building but is famous for its modern [...]
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 Common crane ballet
Tucked away in the south-eastern corner of the Champagne - Ardenne region, the Lac du Der is an idea[...]

Arbois © Denis Margaux/Triangle d'Or Jurassien
 Arbois, France’s oldest AOC
Although limited to 2 000 ha, the Jura vineyard produces a large diversity of wines and some of them[...]

Porto © T. Joly
 The eclectic charm of Porto
Portugal’s second city, Porto is a patchwork of monuments of different styles tucked away in picture[...]

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 Spa with a view in Enghien
A vast space dedicated to balneotherapy, the Spark of Enghien transports its customers to a refined [...]