Traveling to France for the first time can open you up to a whole new world of food.
Whether your favorite piece of art is the Mona Lisa or the graffiti you saw under a bridge the night before, the world is full of cities that cater to artists and aficionados of all types of art.
Whether your choice is a slow, relaxing sunrise over the lagoon in Venice, or climbing to the top of an active volcano to watch the sunrise in Hawai’i, here are the best places to see the sun rise.
There are some veteran divers that spend their whole lives searching out the best place to scuba dive – somewhere filled with diverse species of tropical fish, perfectly preserved coral, and interesting land formations to swim through.
Although more tourists visit Paris than any other place in the world, there are many stunning areas of France that are more off the beaten path that make fantastic holiday and vacation spots.
Are French people are all gorgeous specimens who enjoy foie gras for every meal and turn up their noses at American food and culture? Find out here.
One of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, the Eiffel Tower has a history almost as long and varied as the history of its home city, Paris.