Prior to modern civilization, the uncertainty of life during the Medieval Times in Europe existed in the form of civil unrest, disease, and famine. Religion played a central role in furthering the Human Endeavor through this unbalanced period in history, hence why some prefer to call this time period The Age of Faith. Much of the architecture and churches erected during the Middle Ages speak to the challenges Europe faced, and how they overcame them to the best of their ability. Rudy Maxa does an exemplary job of focusing on the key locations and attributes of what made medieval Europe a time of lessons with which humanity grew wiser from having experienced.
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 >>
Explore the villages, countrysides, and cities of Provence. On the itinerary are driving tours of the Alpilles and Luberon regions, visits to the delightful cities of Aries, Avignon, and Aix-en-Provence, and a dip in the Mediterranean at the seaside village of Cassis.Watch Now >>
Looking for absolute R&R, total escape, or just a change of pace? Rudy shares his “personal picks” for a variety of European adventures that are especially entertaining, exhilarating, or challenging. Soar and explore the Loire Valley from above via hot-air-balloon…Watch Now >>
Travel expert Laura McKenzie starts off by partaking in some fancy shopping in St Tropez, before venturing off to discover the heart of the French Riviera and the many joys found therein.Watch Now >>