Enchanting villages, stunning abbeys, and sparkling seaports beckon. Rudy visits Giverny’s museums, where Impressionalism was born, honors the soldiers who fought on Normandy’s beaches on D-Day, and marvels at the awe-inspiring Abbey of Mont-St-Michel.
Experience the splendor of San-Remy-de-Provence where Vincent van Gogh painted Starry Night, and the Alpilles Mountains that also served as inspiration for the renowned artist. In Eygalieres, walk with Rudy as he visits the Chapelle Saint-Sixte, and dines on delectable cuisine at Le Bistrot Chez Bru Restaurant.Watch Now >>
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 >>