Châteaux, vineyards, cathedral cities, riverside towns and glorious scenery – the Loire Valley is fabulous. By Sue Dobson The great River Loire and its tributaries wind through spectacular countryside, where vineyards hug hills and line valleys, picture book villages perch along riverbanks and medieval cities reveal their glories. Legendary châteaux, […]
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One of the largest superferries in the world, the Irish Ferries Ulysses is well up to the task of tackling the Irish Sea as well as the needs of travellers. Arrival and checking in at Holyhead Allow plenty of time for your journey to Holyhead, as from whichever direction you are coming […]
Boulogne, part of the Pas de Calais Department, was founded by the Romans and was used by Claudius as a base for the Roman Invasion of Britain. Since Roman times it has remained a major trading port connecting Europe with Great Britain. Napoleon amassed his army in preparation for an […]