One thing we'll never get tired of? The awe-inspiring landscapes of Tuscany and the French Riviera. Group Tour Consultant Tiffany M. just returned from Paris, the Riviera & Tuscany where she summarized the stunning scenery in her five favorite photos.
Tour Consultant Hannah W. recently spent 10 days basking in the beautiful scenery of Paris, Provence and the French Riviera, following in the footsteps of the many artists who found inspiration there. Here, she shares her five favorite photos from tour.
France has long been synonymous with art and elegance. While Paris has been a hub of literary works, the surrounding country towns have inspired painters for centuries thanks to their verdant fields, Mediterranean sunlight and charming medieval streets.
France has always been a traveler favorite, and we're excited to introduce an in-depth way to explore this gorgeous country. Our brand new Grand Tour of France lets you see it all—from the hillside villages of Provence and the charming harbors of the Riviera to the historic streets of Lyon and the world-renowned wines of Bordeaux.
When you're traveling the world, you're bound to stumble upon unexpected moments that make you stop in your tracks. These are the moments that stick with you for a lifetime, and years later, a single sight, smell, taste or emotion can transport you back in time and around the globe. Here are five of those unforgettable moments every world traveler should experience.
As part of our search for an on-tour photographer, we sent Boston- and Shanghai-based shooter Stacey Wei through Paris, Provence & the French Riviera— a fantastic region to explore for someone with her passion for culinary adventure.
If you’ve ever traveled abroad, you’ve no doubt seen a Frommer’s guidebook; you might even own one or two yourself. Since the Frommer family published their first guidebook in 1957, their name has been synonymous with hands-on exploration. Founder Arthur Frommer and his daughter Pauline haven’t seen it all, but they’ve come awfully close. So last year, after Pauline Frommer returned from Go Ahead’s Best of Sicily, we