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Originally constructed in the 11th century, Domaine des Etangs has hosted chivalrous knights, noblemen and women and even revolutionaries during its long history. Today, the beautifully restored château and 1,010-hectare estate in the heart of the Charente countryside offers a rare resort experience, where the

With its decadent dining rooms, ever-changing arts scene and accommodations fit for royalty, the City of Love can’t help but bring out the romantic in all of us, as Amelia Hungerford discovers.

At Hôtel de Paris Monte‑Carlo, historical crown jewel of Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer, the energy poured into each aspect of the hotel’s activity, from the dishes served in its world-famous restaurants to the carefully selected décor in each room and suite, stems from

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space height="15px"][vc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1547704444646{margin-bottom: 15px !important;}"] Introducing The Francofile: Part Two Last year we brought you 25 of the most extraordinary experiences to be had in France. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this was only the beginning of all this rich and varied country has to offer. So, we present our

Rooted in the glitz and glamour of early-20th-century mountain getaways, today’s finest ski hotels are defined by opulent lodging, Michelin-starred dining and service fit for royalty – because a ski holiday is about more than just skiing. Badrutt's Palace Hotel, St Moritz, Switerzland With its signature tower

We ask the experts – cruise specialists from a collection of Australia’s finest Virtuoso member agencies – to recommend their favourite European river cruise destinations. A Virtuoso luxury travel advisor that specialises in cruising will provide unbiased advice and the expertise to match you with the

Nestled in the heart of the French Alps, the Three Valleys– or Les 3 Vallées – is the largest linked ski area in the world. It’s unsurprising that it makes the perfect holiday destination for keen skiers and snowboarders. Many people, however, are still in the

Main Image: © Emmanuel Berthier. All images courtesy Brittany Tourism/Atout France Between land and sea, Brittany boasts over 2700 kilometres of watersport-ready coastline, and 2000 kilometres of hiking, horseriding and cycling routes weaving through town and country along the greenways, writes Tamara Thiessen. Brittany: The place by the