One way travelers prefer to experience France is by renting a boat and floating down the country’s endless canal passages. Also, visit two of Burgundy’s peaceful towns. Noyers-sur-Serein is one of Rudy’s favorites, while Vezelay Abbey, in Vezelay, represents the largest Romanesque church in France. As you enter the Abbey’s central portal, above the doorway is the miraculous Pentecost and Mission to the Apostles Tympanum.
Corsica’s most beautiful beaches and coastal stretches exist on the western side of the island, while the interior of the island is quite mountainous. The development of the railroads in both locations were built with optimum scenic views and the unique topography in mind. The Vecchio viaduct was built by none other than Gustave Eiffel.Watch Now >>
From the high-speed T.G.V. (Train a Grande Vitesse, or, high speed train) that travels between France’s cities, to the steam locomotives that traverse her countrysides, France offers travelers a wide variety of railroad journeys. Whisk across expansive bridges past quaint rural stations on the line from Valence to Grenoble. A steam locomotive will then leisurelyWatch Now >>