The giant sculptures on Mount Rushmore are known around the world. These monumental portraits carved into a cliff in the Black Hills of South Dakota depict four of the most prominent presidents in American history. Here is the history and features of this unique memorial.
A popular festival throughout France, the Nice Carnival has gained international status thanks to its origins in the Middle Ages. It's fun from mid-February to early March with flower corsos, flower battles and superb fireworks.
Marseille, which was designated European Capital of Culture in 2013, is a destination that combines friendliness and relaxed living. We offer you an overview of the places not to be missed to discover this city full of contrasts.
Since 28 June 2009, biometric passports containing a photo and digitised fingerprints have gradually replaced the electronic passports manufactured since April 2006 in France. Here are the characteristics of the biometric passport and the formalities to be completed to obtain this passport.
The capital of Austria, which was for a long time the center of power of the Holy Roman Empire and the residence of the Habsburg dynasty, is a destination of many splendors. We suggest you discover Vienna and follow in the footsteps of Sissi and Mozart.
Located at the mouth of the Douro River, the city of Oporto stretches over the hills overlooking the river and forms an exceptional urban complex that bears witness to two millennia of history. We propose you to discover the monuments that make the fame of this destination.
Its immense cultural and artistic heritage, the legacy of several centuries of history, makes Madrid one of the most beautiful European capitals. This lively and friendly city offers visitors a number of monuments, museums and gardens.
City of jazz, New Orleans in Louisiana also has its carnival where all the eccentricities are allowed. We propose you to discover the carnival of New Orleans, also known as 'Mardi Gras'.
Los Angeles, located in southern California on the Pacific coast, embodies the American dream better than any other destination. The city known as 'the city of angels' is indeed the entertainment capital of the world. In addition to its film studios, it is also a city of international cultural influence.
The Vieux Nice, which its inhabitants call the 'Old Town' (Vièia Vila), is the old part of the Côte d'Azur's capital, with its typical narrow streets and numerous traditional and trendy shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs. A walk in the Old Town will allow you to retrace the history of Nice and to discover the magnificent market of the Cours Saleya which is held there in the morning.