This English-speaking Mediterranean island offers sun, beaches and well-being less than 3 hours from Paris

Rising from the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily, the Maltese archipelago is made up of the island of Malta, which hosts the capital, its little neighbor Gozo, and various islets scattered here and there. Even if we hear a little less about it than other countries around the Mediterranean, Malta is … Read more

Quiz: Do you know the six Unesco sites in Occitania?

“Unesco World Heritage” designates all the cultural and natural assets of exceptional interest for the common heritage of humanity. At present, pending the next session, there are 1,154 properties inscribed throughout the world, including 49 in France, which remains one of the very first countries in terms of inscriptions. And in the lot, the Occitanie … Read more

Five secret nature corners to discover in Macedonia

Macedonia is one of those states created from the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s. In 2018, after an agreement with the Greek neighbor with whom it was in “conflict” over its name, the country decided to change its name to officially become the “Republic of North Macedonia” in 2019. But, Macedonia or North Macedonia, the … Read more

These six places to discover in Bruges

In the northwest of Belgium, Bruges – Brugge in Flemish – is the capital of West Flanders. Like Amsterdam, Stockholm, Hamburg, Copenhagen and other European cities, it is one of those “Venice of the North” so appreciated by tourists for its charm and history. But Bruges is also and above all one of the most … Read more

These five places to see in Amiens

Where is Amiens and in which department? The city of Amiens is located in the department of the Somme (80). It was originally the historic capital of Picardy and, with 135,000 inhabitants, today the second largest city in the Hauts-de-France region, behind Lille. Amiens and Jules Verne Jules Verne Jules Verne, everyone knows.But, on the … Read more