France

European less discovered destinations

We’ll always have Paris…and Rome and Barcelona. But sometimes it’s worth sidestepping Europe‘s hotspots to seek out the continent’s less discovered destinations. THS contributor Pamela Parisi sets her sights on ...

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What for Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day gift giving can be difficult, especially for those hard to shop for and who “have it all”. If just a flower, as in our top image, is not ...

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Strolling through European Christmas Markets ...

Winter in Europe is a wonderful time to visit the most beautiful Christmas markets. If you are looking for Christmas presents and dream of the lovely smell of a Christmas ...

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What to see in winter, ...

Europe is a gift that keeps giving year round, from the mercurial peaks of the warmer months, to the subzero temps of December and beyond. It’s the latter, however, that ...

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Insider Guide: Courchevel

Courchevel is at one end of the world‘s largest lift-linked ski area, the Trois Vallées, which has 600km of pistes and 162 lifts. With many north-facing slopes, the snow in ...

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No better place for romance ...

Your head is full of romantic songs and you are looking for a romantic getaway? There may be no better place to travel for romance than Europe. From the cozy ...

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Choose your honeymoon suite

Here’s a look at some of the most extravagant and outrageous honeymoon suites in the world, aimed at those for whom tens of thousands of dollars/euro is chump change when ...

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9 places of terror on ...

The world is a big, beautiful place. So many things to do and to see in each vacation, everywhere. However, scattered among the man-made and natural wonders of the world ...

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Enjoying Provence in fall

Harvest time in Provence, France means a cornucopia of epicurean delights; so there’s strong reason to visit now to see its famed vineyards become a hive of colorful activity, avoid ...

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Cannes

When Coco Chanel got a suntan here in Cannes, she startled the milk-white ladies of Parisian society. Today, there’s hardly an inch of sand along La Croisette’s beaches that isn’t ...

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