Travelers and non-travelers alike would agree that Paris is one of the most beautiful cities that should be included in anyone’s bucket list. However, when you get to see the adorable and vibrant French villages, you might want to completely forget about the City of Lovers.
When traveling, one shouldn’t always limit to visiting a country’s capital – and it’s true when you visit France. The French countryside should be part of your bucket list. You’ll understand why when you get to see the beauty of these 7 adorable French villages.
#1. Eguisheim, Alsace
Step into a world of fairytale when you visit this enchanting French town. There’s so much history to this thousand-year-old village. You can find narrow streets and colorful houses with vines growing over them. It’s so spectacular that it’s not a wonder it has been voted by the people as the Favorite French Village in the country.
#2. Rochefort-en-Terre, Bretagne
It’s no surprise that this pretty little town is one of the country’s famous spots in Brittany. In every corner, you can find charming granite houses covered in bright, colorful flowers. The village is also home to the Naia Museum, which can be found on castle grounds and features over 200 pieces of modern art.
#3. Saint-cirq Lapopie, Lot
The history of one of France’s most beautiful villages dates back to the Middle Ages. What’s breathtaking about this small town is that it’s located on a cliffside that gives a stunning view of the Lot river.
#4. Noyers sur Serein, Bourgogne
Noyers sur Serein is one French village you shouldn’t miss if you find half-timbered houses and cobblestone streets reminiscent of the Middle Ages fascinating. Every year in November, the village hosts the truffle fairs, which are appealing to many buyers from all over France.
The town center dates back to the 15th century and has not really undergone modernization since. Being in this adorable French village is like being thrown back into time when things were simpler.
#5. Estaing, Aveyron
Breathtaking castle views, relaxing bridge walks and riverside picnics are just some of the simple things you can do in Estaing. The village has a stone bridge that was considered a UNESCO World Heritage since 1998.
#6. Kerhinet, Loire-Atlantique
This lovely village is comprised of thatched-roof cottages – and they don’t allow cars in the area. You can find a total of 18 stone cottages, which include the Flavor and Craft House or Chaumiere des Saveurs et Artisanat. This house is run by local craftsmen who sell artisan goods like cider and even artwork and jewelry.
#7. Assignan, Hérault
While cities like Cannes are well-loved by many tourists, a vacation to the southern coast will make your visit worthwhile. Village Castigno in Assignan has become a favorite spot for wine lovers. Wine tasting is a must do on your list when you visit this part, obviously but you can also indulge in culinary delights by stopping by the village’s bistros and farm-to-table restaurants.
Mexico’s La Gruta Is A Unique Cave Restaurant
It’s a food paradise nestled inside a volcanic cave.
A trip to Mexico is incomplete if you will not partake of delicious and rare Mexican cuisines. Besides, Mexico is known as a mecca of food and adventure, and of tequilas and margaritas!
In Teotihuacan, a place famous for the Mesoamerican pyramids which were built during the pre-Columbian-American period, there is a unique restaurant that offers a different dining experience - the La Gruta or the Cave Restaurant.
La Gruta was established in 1906.
8 Exceptional Mountain Hikes Across The World
Get ready for a wondrous journey with these famous hikes!
If you want to take exercise outside of the usual gym and have an unforgettable adventure at the same time, you might want to try hiking. More than just giving you the satisfaction of achievement when you reach the peak; hiking gives you an incredible connection with nature as you appreciate its beauty and discover history.
Today, we give you eight of the most amazing mountains to hike. Whether you are new or not to this activity, these trails should definitely be included in your must-climb list.
#1. Laguna de los Tres, Los Glaciares, Argentina
7 Southeast Asian Destinations That Are Often Overlooked
You might want to visit them before mass tourism catches up.
Southeast Asia is home to many favorite holiday destinations. It's a paradise for adventure seekers and those who like to experience a different culture.
While more popular destinations like the Angkor Wat in Cambodia welcome millions of tourists each year, there are still off-the-beaten-track places in Southeast Asia that are equally breathtaking but are often overlooked. Here are seven (7) underrated spots in Southeast Asia you might want to include in your bucket list.
#1. Baliem Valley, West Papua, Indonesia