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Ah France, it’s always high on the list isn’t it? For some it’s the beauty, some the sights and history, for many it’s the food; but it’s also got a little je ne sais quoi.
The vineyard in the arrivals area at Bordeaux airport is a strong clue that you’re entering one of France’s most prestigious wine-growing regions.
While Bordeaux, in the South West of France, by the Garonne river, is grand and majestic, it’s also quite flat, which makes a bike ride a great way to di
Imagine a European holiday where you can find yourself waking up to a new destination nearly every day.
Freedom of choice: it's not something we usually encounter on a guided tour. The regimented style is often what turns people off, but APT has veered away from such restrictions on its Europe river cruises.
River cruising remained the fastest growing travel style of 2015 at Travel Associates – our clients booking almost 40% more river cruise holidays compared to last year.
Anyone who has ever been on a river cruise before, knows that food plays a big part in the sailing experience.
Back in 1992, Europe’s age-old maritime landscape changed forever. The Main‑Danube Canal opened, allowing modern-day vessels to sail between the North and Black Seas, and at once opening up all of Europe.
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