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7 Things to See and Do in Alsace

Home to the oldest wine trail in France, cathedrals with exceptional heights, and a cuisine that melds French and German flavors, Alsace is a region of variety and charm. This region in eastern France has strong ties to Christmas (trees were first decorated for the holy holiday here), but Alsace is truly a year-long destination.…

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Exploring Spain’s Catalonia Region: Girona Travel Guide

Being only a 40 minute high-speed train ride away from Barcelona, it’s no wonder so many travelers to Spain’s Catalonia region loop in a trip to Girona. But! We don’t want you to get the wrong idea. On its own, Girona is a destination worth traveling to and not an afterthought at all. This small…

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Petanque – A Provencal Ballgame with an Interesting Past

In Provence, the sociable boule game of Petanque — similar to British lawn bowling and Bocce from Italy — is a popular pastime with an interesting history.

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5 Puglia Wines We Love

When it comes to wines from Puglia, the reigning varietals are fruit forward and red. Read on to discover five Puglia wines we love and the stories behind them.

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Visit Colmar – The Capital of Alsatian Wine

With its many fruitful vineyards, world-renowned winemakers, authority in wine-regulating organizations, and plenty of Alsatian wine events and festivals, it’s no wonder why Colmar is considered the capital of Alsatian wines.

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Maialata — Celebrating Food, Wine, and Old-World Traditions

Bringing together gourmands and oenophiles from around the world, Maialata is a day-long festival celebrating incredible food, wine, and the traditions behind them.

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Exploring Catalonia: A Guide to Tarragona Travel

Fresh seafood and tapas bars, Roman ruins at every turn, beaches awarded the highest eco-recognitions — the city of Tarragona in Spain’s Catalonia region pretty much has it all.

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A Taste of Provence: Bouillabaisse

Once regarded as a poor man’s stew, bouillabaisse has become one of Provence’s most highly regarded dishes. Known for its use of Mediterranean seafood, fresh produce, and fragrant herbs, learn how this stew made popular by fishermen evolved to become a signature dish of Provencal cuisine.

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5 Experiences in Puglia for Food and Wine Lovers

With a wealth of gastronomic experiences available in this sun-bleached, beach-lined heel of Italy’s boot, there is an abundance of things to see, do, and taste in Puglia for food and wine lovers.

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