September Short Breaks In The French Alps – Pilates, Yoga, Horse Riding, Cycling, Swimming And Painting

July 5, 2014 on 7:08 am | In Adventure Travel, France, Paris | Comments Off



Make the most of your Autumn and enjoy the beauty of the French Alps by joining us on one of our short breaks this September. With a wide range of activities for everyone to enjoy, we make the most the mountains on these luxury breaks.

Based in our beautiful Alpine spa chalet in the heart of Haute Savoie, our short breaks for 2014 include

NEW* 6th to 9th September: Horse Riding Weekend
NEW* 10th to 13th September: Landscape Painting and Walking
NEW* 13th to 17th September: Alpine Suffer Weekend (Cycling)
17th to 20th September: Yoga and Walking Weekend
NEW* 20th to 24th September: Swim Annecy Challenge Weekend
20th to 23rd September: Pilates and Walking
Each short break runs for 4 days / 3 nights and costs from £450pp to include
• Airport transfers
• Local transport
• 3 nights accommodation in luxury spa chalet
• Full board, with breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner
• Spa facilities in the chalet
• All training / activities as shown on the schedule
So, whether you want to relax and enjoy the autumn colours or get active on our cycling or swimming weekends, we have a weekend for you.
For more information visit www.adventuresinthealps.com  or contact us  at info@adventuresinthealps.com  or on 00 44 207 193 7660.

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Celebrating The Best Of Quirky And Eco- Accommodation In Poitou-Charentes

July 4, 2014 on 12:28 pm | In France, Paris | Comments Off



Discover the first ecolabel accommodation in France
Poitou-Charentes is one of the most well-known regions in France for eco-labelled accommodation. The region boasts a number of guest houses and boutique hotels, with over 28 eco-labelled eco-products, including ‘Les Orangeries’ in Lussac-les-Chateaux, which in 2006 was named as the first eco-label in France. Les Orangeries is a prestigious restaurant in lavish décor, located in a renovated eighteenth century building. The natural environment surrounding the space has been preserved to reflect the establishment’s ethos and the menu is filled with a delightful range of dishes expertly created by food lovers David Royer and his second Jean-Charles Gallot, who are both passionate about using eco-ingredients to create a perfectly harmonised menu. Les Orangeries received the sustainable restaurant awards 2014.
http://www.lesorangeries.fr/
The benefits of staying in eco-labelled accommodation means staying in a setting that is committed to reduce water and energy consumption, use of reusable energy and eco-friendly products or materials, meals prepared with organic and local produce, create and adhere to good environmental practices. For those who care deeply for the environment and preserving their natural surroundings, eco-labelled accommodation shows you how caring for the environment can be seamlessly integrated into everyday life.
http://www.visit-poitou-charentes.com/en/Green-tourism
Discover quirky accommodation in Poitou-Charentes
Domaine de Dienné is a unique style of accommodation which includes two mushroom shaped houses and a snail house. Each of the houses sleeps up to six people and presents a new way of enjoying your surroundings while travelling; the fun designs of each home are not only comfortable but enjoyable to stay in and explore. http://www.defiplanet.com/
Quai des Pontis is one of those enchanting places situated in the heart of Cognac, on the Charente River. Quai des Pontis is in a magical setting where there are three different types of accommodation to choose from; gypsy caravans in the park, cabin’s on stilts on the river’s edge and cosy wooden lodges set in the gardens. Although each style of accommodation is equipped with modern luxury amenities such as DVD’s, LCD television sets, Nespresso machines and much more, guests will lose themselves in the natural beauty of their surrounding environment. With so much to do and see such as fishing, swimming, relaxing on the porch, exploring the surrounding countryside or going into town, Quai des Pontis offers a serene escape in the heart of Cognac. http://www.quaidespontis.com/
Another magnificent accommodation is the Cabanes dans les arbres in Parc de la Belle, which offers cabins set in trees in a 10a park with a French garden, a vegetable garden, a maze, a Japanese garden, a rose garden, a small farm as well as a playground for children. Each of the cabins located in the Parc de la Belle has been set at different heights from 5 to 14 meters high, with a ladder or rope bridge that allows guests to reach their accommodation. The cabins are perfect for families, couples or singles with ample privacy provided throughout the vast space. There is always something to do at the Parc de la Belle, for sporting enthusiasts to nature explorers looking for a peaceful escape among lush green gardens with over 20,000 plants and different varieties of trees and flowers to explore. The establishment also offers an eco-menu where picnics can be ordered for up to 18 euro per adult and 9 euro per child. http://www.cabanesdelabelle.com/
Maraisthon 15th June: Get ready to discover the “Green Venice”
Taking place in the Marais Poitevin, in the heart of the waterside town of Coulon, is France’s Premier eco-marathon, Maraisthon, known all around the world and said to attract more than 1,000 competitors each year. This year will be even more special as the Maraisthon celebrates its 5th Anniversary on the 15th June, 2014. This year’s event will be held in support for an environmental project in Mali to preserve the local wood and highlight the country’s energy problems. For the winner of this year’s Maraisthon, an extra special trophy will be awarded made entirely out of sweets free of any colouring or preservatives. Aside from the main event, there will be several other side activities taking place, including the 10km fun run, the 11km discovery walk, a visit to eco-markets and many exhibitions. http://www.maraisthon.fr/
www.visit-poitou-charentes.com
Atout France UK: pressoffice.uk@atout-france.fr


Celebrate Glass In Hand With Grape Escapes At Some Of France’s Top Events This Summer

July 4, 2014 on 12:25 pm | In Adventure Travel, Dine Drink, France, Paris | Comments Off



This year Grape Escapes have paired wine tours with some of France’s top celebrations such as La Fête de la Musique 21 June, Bastille Day 14 July and the Tour de France 5-27 July, to give visitors the chance to combine the festivities with some of the country’s finest wines.
Now in its 33rd year, La Fête de la Musique is always one of the key activities in France’s event calendar. Grape Escapes’ three-night Flexible Bordeaux Tour is perfect for those keen to discover music and culture in this beautiful city whilst also having the opportunity to taste wines from the Medoc appellation or learn about the famous Merlot grape used in many of the regions finest wines. The city of Bordeaux takes the urban theme of this year’s Fête de la Musique to heart with a number of hip hop, rap, electro, soul and latino performances peppered with more traditional bands and music. Enjoy the peace and quiet out in the vineyards during the day tasting the famous wines of the Medoc and St Emilion and venture back into town in the evenings for a spot of sophisticated tastings in the local wine bars and to soak up the city’s party atmosphere. Prices for the three-night Flexible Bordeaux Tour start from £565 per person.
The 101st Tour de France is running from Saturday 5 July to Sunday 27 July 2014 and will be made up of 21 stages, covering a total distance of 3,664 kilometres. Grape Escapes’ three-night Flexible Champagne Tour to Reims is perfect for those keen follow the race in this beautiful city whilst also having the opportunity to taste great Champagnes. Stage 6 begins in Arras and finishes in Reims on 10 July covering 194km. The three-night Flexible Champagne Tour to Reims is perfect for some mid-week bubbles and offers a more in-depth introduction to the various tastes and styles of Champagne available. Prices for the three-night Flexible Champagne Tour to Reims start from £421 per person.
For the true Tour de France lovers amongst us who will be standing at the starting line ready to cheer off their heroes at Stage 16 of the race on 21 July in Carcassonne, take some time to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Medieval City built in 1280 with Grape Escapes Flexible Carcassonne Wine Tours. Visitors will be able to taste the famous Minervois appellation, used in some of the region’s finest wines, when visiting the two wineries – one of which is located in Livinère, the only Cru in the Minervois. Prices start from £337 per person.
Today, Bastille Day is a wonderful mix of pomp, ceremony and great fun. Every single village, town and city in France has its communal meals, dances, parties and firework displays to commemorate the French Revolution. Grape Escapes’ three-night Rhône Wine Tour based in Avignon is a fantastic way to make the most of the local festivals on 14 July, whilst also providing the perfect break for those looking for an in-depth introduction to the various tastes and styles of wines available in the Southern Rhône. The tour involves tastings of a variety of wines ranging from those by small, local producers right up to the famous Châteauneuf du Pape, and a history lesson in wine production since the Roman era. Prices for the three-night Avignon Rhône Wine Tour start from £663 per person.
For more information call +44 (0) 1763 273 373 or visit www.grapeescapes.net


New Tour Company Focuses on European Market Tours‏

July 1, 2014 on 9:44 am | In Adventure Travel, France, Paris | Comments Off



Paris—New European tour company Coloratour.com, offering specialized private tours in Europe for small groups and families, has launched just in time for Europe’s busiest tourist season. Coloratour.com offers a wide array of private tours in English focused on the specific interests of its upscale tour guests, ranging from cooking to art, from history to winemaking, from flea markets to fabric. The company specializes in private tours of Europe’s diverse marketplaces.

The private tours are led by licensed docents, the best local experts available, who serve as master storytellers and engaging guides. Docents are architects, painters, chefs, wine specialists, dancers, singers, photographers, floral art enthusiasts, etc., not just licensed guides. The tours, which range from just a few hours to a full day, offer travelers in Europe a chance to experience local culture by immersing them in their own areas of interest. Some of the excursions are walking tours; others are road trips by car.

The company’s initial tour lineup includes Paris, Versailles, Provence, Burgundy, Champagne, the Loire Valley, Normandy, Lyon, London, Barcelona, Rome, Malta and Corsica. Coloratour.com’s tours of the best markets in Europe include flower markets, flea and antique markets, art and crafts markets, and markets for books, luxury items, stamps and fabric, among others.

Olivier Chavaren, founder and president of Coloratour.com, commented that each of the company’s market tours provide a chance for visitors to participate in daily commerce in a town, and interact with merchants and other shoppers. “Our docents delve deeply into the local cultures of Europe in ways typical tours don’t, introducing travelers to their own favorite facets of life,” he explained. “We attract discerning travelers looking for authentic experiences, not just sightseeing.”

“Our goal is to give our guests a rich understanding of local culture,” he added. “It’s taken a year to complete all the preparations for this launch. We’ve worked hard on selecting only the best docents, developing the right software, building the website and, most importantly, putting together the best possible tours. Now we’re ready to roll!”

Coloratour.com

Coloratour.com was founded by Olivier Chavaren to offer a new niche in the travel industry – special-interest private tours in Europe concentrating on a wide range of Europe’s colorful markets. For more about Coloratour.com and its tours, please visit www.coloratour.com


France plans to increase hotel tax fivefold

June 30, 2014 on 9:18 am | In France, Hotels, Paris | Comments Off



Tourists in France are expected to be hit by a rise in hotel tax as the Parliament supports a 500% increase to the tourist tax.

If rubber-stamped by the Senate, visitors to French hotels would pay a tax of £6.40 (8 Euros) per night, rather than the current £1.20 (1.50 Euros). In Paris this figure would rise to £8 per bed night (10 Euros) to pay for transport infrastructure projects.

The controversial measure has already been approved by Parliament after being initiated by Socialist MPs.

But France’s foreign minister has joined tourist chiefs and hoteliers in attacking the increase.

Laurent Fabius, the foreign secretary, said the measure was ‘dangerous and totally contrary to the promotion of tourism, a priority for jobs’, reports the Daily Mail.

Roland Heguy, president of the UMIH organisation that represents the interests of more than 80,000 businesses in the tourism sector, said: “To establish two new taxes in less than 24 hours, without any coherence or consultation with the industry . . . is totally irresponsible.”

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Air France Seeks to Revolutionize the Flight Cabin

June 30, 2014 on 9:14 am | In Airlines, France, Paris | Comments Off



In Air France’s premium economy cabin, according to Matheu, the airline has developed a new type of larger seat complete with adjustable footrest and electric sockets. Here, too, there are bigger HD touch screens (12 inches) and more entertainment programming options.

In the business cabin, a new seating concept allows all passengers to have direct access to the aisles. Private, cocoon-like seats transform into full flat beds that are some of the largest in the market (77 inches long, 22 inches wide). New inflight entertainment can be accessed on 16-inch HD touchscreens and can be listened to on the latest generation noise-reducing headsets. Throughout the business cabin, the airline is using high-quality fabrics and materials, new lighting schemes and providing ample storage space.

In La Premiere, Air France’s first class cabin, the airline is promising to deliver a unique in-flight experience that is “haute couture” in every detail. There will be only four suites per cabin, each of which can convert into one of the largest flatbeds in the industry (94 inches long, 23 inches wide). A 24-inch HD flat-screen, which Air France says is the largest in the industry, delivers a full range of entertainment options. The compartments come with closets for storage and Givenchy amenity kits. A three-star gourmet menu comes with high-end champagne brands and caviar.
Read more travel news at www.travelpulse.com

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Le Meurice “Parisian Secrets” Package

June 29, 2014 on 12:24 pm | In France, Paris | Comments Off



Perfectly situated in the cultural heart of Paris, Le Meurice – Dorchester Collection – unveils a world of ‘Little Parisian secrets’ with its new package, inviting history lovers to uncover the city’s undiscovered gems on an adventurous journey through its avenues, boulevards and backstreets…

French history, Parisian splendour and worldwide desire… these are the pages upon which Le Meurice has been writing its story for close to two centuries.

From birth it has been inspired by the grandeur and magnificence of Versailles, of Kings and Queens in their palaces, gardens and celebrations.

Proudly invoking this luxurious and legendary heritage, Le Meurice now shares its hidden treasures with those who wish to experience the emotion of history, the buzz of Paris, the spirit of our times and the incredible French art of living…

Taking you on an enchanting walk through the Tuileries Gardens, the Palais Royal and the Opera, with detours through discrete passages and mysterious alleys, a knowledgeable, fascinating guide will take pure pleasure in disclosing the capital’s most closely guarded secrets to you. Your view of the city will be transformed, with lively anecdotes to amuse you along the way.

During your three hour jaunt in the fresh air, you will be uplifted by delightful sights and the joy of new knowledge and discoveries, alone or with friends and family.

From the greyhound majestically enthroned on Le Meurice arms to the secret tunnel that connects “The Hotel of Kings” as it has come to be known, Le Meurice entices you to become an expert in local legends, impressively knowledgeable on the hotel’s key milestones and able to regale guests at the chicest dinner tables with incredible fables!

More than ever, at the dawn of its 180th anniversary, Le Meurice is the magical place where past meets present with wit and glamour.

Package from 1322€ for 1 night in a superior room with American breakfast included and 1 private, 3 hour visit (private visit for up to a maximum of 12 people).

Dorchester Collection

Dorchester Collection is a portfolio of the world’s foremost luxury hotels in Europe and the USA, each of which reflects the distinctive culture of its destination.

By applying its unrivalled experience and capability in owning and operating some of the greatest individual hotels, the company’s mission is to develop an impeccable group of the finest landmark hotels through acquisition as well as managment of wholly-owned and part owned hotels, and to enter into management agreements.

The current portfolio includes the following hotels (in order of them joining the group): The Dorchester, London – The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills – Le Meurice, Paris – Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris – Hotel Principe di Savoia, Milan – Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles – Coworth Park, Ascot – 45 Park Lane, Londres – Le Richemond, Genève.


PENINSULA HOTELS MAKES ITS GRAND ENTRANCE INTO EUROPE WITH PENINSULA PARIS‏

June 27, 2014 on 6:22 am | In France, Paris | Comments Off



Peninsula Hotels announces the opening of Peninsula Paris, its grand entrance into Europe. Peninsula Paris sits just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and Avenue des Champs Elysées at 19 Avenue Kléber in the heart of the elegant 16th arrondissement.

The property is a late 19th century classic French-style building, which first opened in 1908 as the Hotel Majestic. One of Paris’ most famous landmarks, the Majestic “grand hotel” enjoyed 40 years hosting the rich and famous, the titled and tycoons, together with leading lights in the world of the arts, literature and music during the “Belle Epoque” and “Années Folles”, when Paris was at the height of its creativity and glamour. Historical highlights include George Gershwin composing “An American in Paris” while staying at the hotel in 1928, while the Paris Peace Accords, negotiated by Henry Kissinger and bringing the Vietnam War to a close, were signed in 1973 in the salon which is today Le Bar Kléber.

Peninsula have been careful to preserve the heritage, authenticity and the spirit of the building, while setting spectacular new standards in design, luxury and comfort. Interiors have been designed by Henry Leung of Hong Kong-based Chhada Siembieda & Associates Ltd and the architectural restoration spearheaded by Richard Martinet of Affine architecture & interior design, the building has been meticulously restored by teams of French master craftsmen, utilising traditional techniques in use for hundreds of years.

Exquisitely restored spaces will be complemented by contemporary art installations, furnishings and technology. Dazzling rooftop spaces and private terrace gardens offer 360° views and glamorous extras that will make The Peninsula Paris a decidedly 21st century palace.

B Roll footage form the Peninsula Paris press conference announcement, including interviews regarding Peninsula’s expansion into Europe; GVs of the renovation process and interviews with artisans involved is available via:

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Hotel Barge Cruises Offer Cultural Immersion in Southern France‏

June 25, 2014 on 8:29 am | In Cruise Boats, France, Italy, Paris, Rome | Comments Off



European Waterways Explores Cultural Attractions, Festivals And Regional Celebrations Along the 300-Year-Old Canal du Midi in Southern France

Excursions Offer Intimate Glimpses into Local Heritage and Historical Wonders

New York, NY (June 23, 2014) – European Waterways, Europe’s largest luxury hotel barge cruising company, offers an array of cruises that immerse passengers in the cultural traditions of some of the most fascinating regions of Europe. Of these, European Waterways’ hotel barge cruises along the Canal Du Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, provide guests with an especially wide range of opportunities.

With its own renowned cultural history, cruising along the Canal Du Midi allows travelers to participate in various festivals and visit celebrated sites. American guests will especially appreciate that they will be following in the footsteps of none other than U.S. Constitution author, Thomas Jefferson, who studied the canal in 1787 in the hope of replicating it in America. He concluded, of his experience: “Of all the methods of traveling I have ever tried, this is the pleasantest!”

Derek Banks, Managing Director of European Waterways said, “We have the largest number of luxury hotel barges in Southern France, and each of these barges offers its own unique charm and excursion options. On every cruise, our passengers can take in the picturesque countryside and quaint European towns at a leisurely pace, all while experiencing the local history and culture, unique architecture and wonderful regional cuisine that draw travelers from around the world.”

An Excursion to the Molière Festival

Aboard European Waterways’ recently refurbished 8-passenger hotel barge, Anjodi, passengers are catered to by a highly experienced and attentive crew while enjoying the hotel barge’s many amenities, including a spacious sun deck and spa pool. The cruise offers a variety of excursions, such as a winery tour and wine tasting at the 14th century Chateau de Perdiguier, a visit to Narbonne, a Roman Mediterranean capital where the Visigoth monarchs once lived, and an excursion to Minerve, the ancient 12th century Cathar capital of Minervois, the world’s largest wine-growing region.

Anjodi’s itinerary also includes a visit to Pezenas, a town well known for its associations with the French actor and playwright Molière, one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature. Molière classics such as “The Misanthrope,” “The School for Wives,” and “The Miser,” are still performed today all over the world.

An added bonus for passengers aboard the June cruises is the annual Molière Festival, a 10-day celebration that invites the public to walk in the footsteps of Molière and to (re)discover his works.

A Visit to the ‘Village of the Books’

While cruising past canalside villages and vineyards, the Clair de Lune, a sophisticated 6-passenger vessel, offers passengers lavish amenities such as a stylish dining area and saloon, a large sundeck with a spa pool, and bicycles for exploring the famous towpath. Throughout its week-long itinerary, passengers participate in “mini-expeditions”, such as a private tasting of fine Minervois wines at a renowned local domaine, and a visit to Carcassonne, Europe’s most complete fortified city with 52 turrets.

An itinerary highlight aboard Clair de Lune is a trip to Montolieu, well known as the “Village of the Books.” A commune in the South of France, Montolieu is often referred to as a cultural meeting point, where people come together to educate, pass on, and share the art of the written word. With bookstores, secondhand booksellers, illustrators, graphic artists, printers, craftsmen, museums, and galleries lining the streets, a visit to this delightful village offers a unique glimpse into age-old traditions and celebrations.

A Trip to ‘Plus Beaux Villages de France’

A state-of-the-art, double-decker 8-passenger vessel, Enchanté provides passengers with lavish accommodations, including spacious cabins, a vast saloon, grand sun deck, and elegant spa pool. Enchanté features a tour of Lagrasse, a village with an 8th century Benedictine abbey and many artisan workshops. Its narrow streets and medieval bridges have earned it the title of “the most beautiful village in France.” Like Montolieu, Lagrasse also enjoys a strong literary tradition and is home to Le Banquet du Livre, ”Banquet of the Books,” a literary festival that boasts philosophical meetings with writers and thinkers, readings of texts and musical pieces by talented authors, as well as literary workshops and film screenings.

“The Canal du Midi in the South of France is a cultural cornucopia, with annual events and festivities close by that highlight the region’s rich historical legacy,” said Derek Banks.

During July and August, European Waterways is offering $1,000 off cabins and up to $6,000 off full boat charters for Enchanté and Anjodi, and $5,000 off full boat charters of Clair de Lune. Visit www.gobarging.com for conditions and restrictions.

About European Waterways

The hotel barging experience is different from large vessel river cruising. It offers a slower paced, “gentle voyage of discovery” along the more intimate canals and waterways of Europe, allowing a small number of guests to become more fully immersed in the culture, history and gastronomy of the region. European Waterways is Europe’s largest all-inclusive luxury hotel barging company, offering vacations in nine countries and carrying over 2,000 passengers a year. Founded nearly 40 years ago, they own, operate and market a private fleet of luxury hotel barges with cruises in France, Italy, Scotland, Ireland, England, Germany, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. Pioneers in hotel barging, they were the first company to operate a hotel barge on the Upper Nivernais in Burgundy, and the “real” Loire Valley. They are also the only cruise company offering barge cruises in Scotland and in the Venetian lagoon and River Po valley.

Please visit www.gobarging.com or call Toll Free 1 877 879 8808 for more information, pricing, cruise schedules, brochures. Follow European Waterways on Facebook and Twitter and view their YouTube channel, http://bit.ly/19kQhbm.


New European Tour Company Coloratour.com Offers Specialized Private Tours‏

June 20, 2014 on 6:36 am | In Adventure Travel, Europe, France, Paris | Comments Off



Sophisticated travelers have more in mind than simple sightseeing when they travel on vacation; they’re seeking a new experience. Regular sightseeing tours don’t cut it with them.

New European tour company Coloratour.com offers private tours at affordable prices, aimed at involving tour guests in the day-to-day life and culture of each destination. Coloratour’s wide array of specialized private tours in Europe are in English, and are led by true local experts – not just experts in the local sights, but experts in specific interest areas of the upscale tour guests, ranging from cooking to art, from history to winemaking, from flea markets to fabric. Coloratour.com specializes in private tours of Europe’s diverse marketplaces.

New European tour company Coloratour.com, offering specialized private tours in Europe for small groups and families, has launched just in time for Europe’s busiest tourist season. Coloratour.com offers a wide array of private tours in English focused on the specific interests of its upscale tour guests, ranging from cooking to art, from history to winemaking, from flea markets to fabric. The company specializes in private tours of Europe’s diverse marketplaces.

The private tours are led by licensed docents, the best local experts available, who serve as master storytellers and engaging guides. Docents are architects, painters, chefs, wine specialists, dancers, singers, photographers, floral art enthusiasts, etc., not just licensed guides. The tours, which range from just a few hours to a full day, offer travelers in Europe a chance to experience local culture by immersing them in their own areas of interest. Some of the excursions are walking tours; others are road trips by car.

The company’s initial tour lineup includes Paris, Versailles, Provence, Burgundy, Champagne, the Loire Valley, Normandy, Lyon, London, Barcelona, Rome, Malta and Corsica. Coloratour.com’s tours of the best markets in Europe include flower markets, flea and antique markets, art and crafts markets, and markets for books, luxury items, stamps and fabric, among others.

Olivier Chavaren, founder and president of Coloratour.com, commented that each of the company’s market tours provide a chance for visitors to participate in daily commerce in a town, and interact with merchants and other shoppers. “Our docents delve deeply into the local cultures of Europe in ways typical tours don’t, introducing travelers to their own favorite facets of life,” he explained. “We attract discerning travelers looking for authentic experiences, not just sightseeing.

“Our goal is to give our guests a rich understanding of local culture,” he added. “It’s taken a year to complete all the preparations for this launch. We’ve worked hard on selecting only the best docents, developing the right software, building the website and, most importantly, putting together the best possible tours. Now we’re ready to roll!

Coloratour.com
Coloratour.com was founded by Olivier Chavaren to offer a new niche in the travel industry – special-interest private tours in Europe concentrating on a wide range of Europe’s colorful markets. For more about Coloratour.com and its tours, please visit www.coloratour.com


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