Category: August Promo

Explore the Artists’ Haven of Monmartre

THE parisian Art SCENe Visit Monmartre area of Paris and explore the tiny streets leading up to the Sacre Coeur Basilica. Your walking the very streets where artists like of Picasso, Dali, Van Gogh, Monet lived and worked.  Today, it’s bustling active area of the city and worth exploring in your free time. HOW TO …

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Enjoy Late Night Tapas and Guitar Music in Barcelona

Sit Back, Relax and Enjoy Barcelona Spain is a wonderful mix of the old and the new.  World class museums, bullfights, soaring cathedrals and unforgettable night life are just a few of the activities that make Spain the draw that it is.  When the pace slows down, enjoy an evening of great tapas and Spanish …

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Bask in Venice’s Awe Inspiring Ceiling of Gold

  1000 years of strained necks In 828, Venetian merchants stole St. Mark’s body from Egypt and brought it to the Venice. Venice’s city fathers used the occasion to begin building St. Mark’s cathedral. Today, the cathedral’s 24,000 square foot “ceiling of gold” is one of the principal attractions in Venice. How to go Venture into St. …

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Ride the World’s Steepest Cog Railway in the Alps

ELEVATE YOUR TRIP Mount Pilatus, near Lucerne in the Swiss Alps, can be reached by a ride up the world’s steepest cog railway. Take in the incredible alpine views and then descend in soaring panoramic gondola. HOW TO GO Ride the World’s Steepest Cog Railway in the Alps on Germany, Italy & Switzerland. See THE Next …

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Climb 463 Steps Up This Renaissance Crown Jewel

  The cradle of the renaissance Renowned Renaissance architect Filippo Brunelleschi’s masterful dome atop Florence’s cathedral is quite the climb, worth every second and every bit of energy needed to climb the 463 steep, winding steps. The view of Florence and surrounding Tuscany is stunning. How to Go See the Duomo on Italy and The Greek Islands. …

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Marvel at the Rosetta Stone, the Key to 3000 Years of Ancient History

  The british museum – Admission is free! Before exploring London’s high end Bloomsbury neighborhood and its friendly English pubs, stop in at the British Museum (free!) and check out the most famous inscription in the world, the Rosetta Stone. The Rosetta Stone was the key to deciphering ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs.  Discovered by Napoleon’s troops …

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Get Custom-Made Sandals Before Island Hopping in Greece

The beatles did it Before heading out to the Islands, use some of your free time in Athens to visit the Poet Sandal maker of Athens, Stavros Melissinos to get a custom fitted pair of leather sandals. You’ll be joining an impressive list of customers, including: Sophia Loren, Peter O’Toole, Barbara Streisand and many others. …

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