Along the Dordogne River, towns such as Domme and Sarlat are attractive to travelers for their locally unique characteristics. Domme was originally built as a bastide (fortified town), whereas Sarlat is often chosen as the backdrop for historic films.
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 >>
A European city bustles. It is a hub of commerce and the arts, and it is filled with energy, surprise, and international flavor. Where do you start if you have just twenty-four hours? Here, Rudy highlights some of the best urban culture in four great European cities.Watch Now >>
There are seven continents, 195 countries, and so much to see on Earth that you could spend a thousand lifetimes and still not see it all. Award-winning filmmaker Steve McCurdy takes you on an intimate journey across our entire globe to destinations you would want to visit first, and in doing so, allows you toWatch Now >>