This is the beautiful Greek cliche you have always dreamed about! Santorini is a gem in the Cyclades collection. With a volcano as a roommate, the atmosphere of this magical place has had great poets singing its praises, for over its 4.000-year-old history.
At the turn of the century, impressionist Paul Gauguin traveled to the tropical shores of French Polynesia to create some of his most renowned masterpieces. Today his namesake, the m/s Paul Gauguin, transports discerning guests to the same romantic Tahitian vacation paradise—to explore, experience and escape.
China's capital city is a vibrant jumble of neighborhoods and districts. Home to such ancient treasures as the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace, Beijing is constantly transforming itself with a building boom that never seems to end.
A visit with a Virunga mountain gorilla family is a life changing experience. Mountain gorillas are highly intelligent, good natured, and fascinating to observe. The silverback's powerful presence is awe-inspiring, yet his calm clearly earns him the title, "gentle giant".
“How do you begin to describe all this”? – a line from the popular movie “Under the Tuscan Sun”. “This” includes the history, the art, the architecture, the wines, the food and the people, to name a few. It is a land unto itself built by people with passion for beauty, for the arts and for la dolca vita.
Ireland does luxury like it's meant to be. Grandeur, class, style and pampered opulence blend seamlessly in heavenly five-star facilities, stunningly scenic locations and world-class service.
Dressed in pink, this royal city of Rajasthan, Jaipur is the apt blend of heritage, palaces, culture and art and the flamboyance of this place can be experienced only by seeing it for yourself. The city's colourful, chaotic streets ebb and flow with a heady brew of old and new.
Presenting Route 57: The Great British & Irish Road Trip - a series of ten connected road trips across the UK and Ireland that take drivers from Plymouth up through England and Wales and into Scotland, before ferrying across to Belfast, circling the south-east of the Emerald Isles (Ireland) and finishing up in Galway.
Vacationing on a small ship offers two distinguishing features: the unique intimacy of sharing an experience with a relative handful of new-found friends, and the opportunity to go where larger vessels cannot, including some of the most picturesque and otherwise exclusive ports in the world inaccessible to larger ships.
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