Article en français ci-dessous – See below for the French Version. France is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations, it has many assets, including its cultural, historical and culinary heritage! French gastronomy has been inscribed on the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO since 2010.
Article en français ci-dessous – See below for the French Version We continue our tour of France in this second article. If you have not read the first one we recommend you to do it (you can find it here). This time we will venture along the Atlantic coast, from La Rochelle to the Basque Country. We will only talk here about one region, namely…
Article en français ci-dessous – See below for the French Version Autumn is a very pleasant time to enjoy the many beautiful and enchanting destinations that France can offer you. Even though the cultural or sporting events are still numerous at this period, it is indeed nature and the landscapes that France offers which are breathtaking. The days are still mild, the summer crowds of tourists are no longer there, so it’s a good time to spend a few days in the countryside, plan a short hike or stroll the streets.
As we grow up, we learn things that we should do and what we shouldn’t do around other people. It is something that is usually bred into you by your grandmother more than anyone else (or perhaps that was just mine). Cultural faux pas’ are something to think about. Now that we are adults we know all the rules and what we can and cannot do and keep the world spinning in the right direction. Right?
Tomorrow, the 11th of November is the Independence Day of Poland. Few occasions for the celebration are as valid as this one. It is a time when the whole nation rejoices and commemorates one of the most important dates in its history. Each country has their own way of celebrating as well as a unique date for this special holiday. So today we will have a closer look at some of them.