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    Guided Tours in Rome

    Rome is an amazing and exciting place for a family vacation. Rome is the city that can claim to be an open-air museum that will allow all guests to step back through different eras by just traveling a block or two. Rome has a history dating back 2500 years and some of the buildings holding the secrets of history still stand today even if only in ruins. Read the rest of this entry »

    Vatican City Private Tours

    The most enjoyable and educational way to explore Vatican City is with an official Vatican City tour guide. An official tour guide is one that has studied and passed rigorous tests in order to be licensed by the Vatican to provide tours to guests of Vatican City. Read the rest of this entry »

    Bavaria Holidays

    Bavaria in southern Germany has a reputation for offering the archetypal image of German holidays - great beer and men dressed in fancy leather trousers! But Germany’s most popular holiday destination has a great deal more to offer than this. Read the rest of this entry »

    Loire Valley Castles: Six of the Best Historic French Chataeux to visit

    The Loire Valley in France is a splendid area awarded world heritage status because of its amazing chateaux. The kings and queens of France, seduced by the mild climate and the game-filled forests constructed their these incredible Loire Valley castles. They surrounded themselves with the greatest architects and artiests of this era. Read the rest of this entry »

    Rimini Attractions, Art and history

    Rimini is famous all over the world for its beaches and especially for the nightlife, not comparable with any other beach location in Europe. Read the rest of this entry »

    Milan: Religion and Restaurant

    Rome is not the only Italian city that can boast of being religiously important, Milan also is significant in its own way. It is home to a number of great religious symbols like The Duomo, Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio, etc. Read the rest of this entry »

    10 Best Chateaux to Visit in the Loire Valley France

    The kings of France, seduced by the temperate climate and the game-filled forests built their sumptuous homes here in the Loire Valley. They surrounded themselves with the greatest artists and architects of this era. This is the country of a thousand castles. The valley is full of not only royal castles and renaissance palaces, national museum and large magnificent chateaux, but also medieval castles and fortresses, small fairy tale manors, private chateaux, medieval cities, churches, abbeys, and cathedrals. Read the rest of this entry »

    Ferrara Italy A Medieval Wonder

    When North American travelers think of historic Italian cities, they often think of Florence, Rome, and Venice. But for those who know the real Italy, there are other incalculable riches. One such treasure is the town of Ferrara, protected by UNESCO on the World Cultural Heritage list as a priceless example of a living, breathing work of Renaissance art. Read the rest of this entry »