Search
Close this search box.
Search
Close this search box.

Our Blog

The Diverse Nature Of Brazil

The Diverse Nature of Brazil

While Brazil might conjure images of lively carnivals and sun-drenched beaches, those who venture beyond the coastline discover a treasure trove of natural wonders waiting to be explored.  Brazil boasts a vast network of national parks, each offering a unique blend of landscapes, wildlife, and historical significance.  Here’s a glimpse

Read More »
Jaisalmer Fort

India’s Enchanting Palaces and Timeless History – Part 2

Following on from our blog “India’s Enchanting Palaces and Timeless History – Part 1”, here our Finest Journeys travel advisors have put together a description of their recommended Indian palaces and historic buildings to help you plan your trip.  THE TAJ MAHAL in Agra, Uttar Pradesh is an unequivocal icon

Read More »
India

India’s Enchanting Palaces and Timeless History – Part 1

India, a land of diverse cultures, ancient traditions, and a rich tapestry of history, boasts a treasure trove of magnificent palaces that narrate tales of opulence, grandeur, and regal splendor. From the resplendent palaces of Rajasthan to the exquisite architectural marvels in South India, each structure stands as a testament

Read More »
Baden Baden

Warm Up for Winter in European Hot Springs

Winter in Europe brings not just chilly temperatures but also the perfect excuse to indulge in the continent’s centuries-old tradition of hot springs and thermal baths. Imagine immersing yourself in the warm, healing waters while surrounded by picturesque landscapes, historic architecture, and a sense of tranquility. Our experienced travel advisors

Read More »
European Christmas Markets

The Enchantment of European Christmas Markets

As winter blankets Europe in a glistening coat of snow, the continent comes alive with the magic of Christmas markets. These festive bazaars, scattered across iconic cities and quaint villages, transform ordinary streets into enchanting wonderlands, captivating locals and visitors alike. What makes European Christmas markets so special? Let’s unwrap

Read More »
what-is-a-travel-agent-featured-img|plan-travel-map

ETIAS Rules for US Citizens: Your Comprehensive Guide

If you’re a US citizen planning an exciting trip to Europe, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS). This innovative system is a recent requirement for travelers visiting a range of stunning European countries, including Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and more. Understanding

Read More »
Oktoberfest

A Toast to Tradition: Oktoberfest in Munich

As the crisp autumn air sweeps through Munich, Germany, a lively and vibrant celebration comes to life, drawing millions of visitors from around the world. Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer festival, offers a unique and unforgettable experience that combines rich Bavarian culture, delicious food, and, of course, copious amounts of

Read More »
Relaxing Break South of France

Enjoy a Slow and Relaxing Break in the South of France

Beyond its bustling cities, France is arguably one of the most relaxed countries in the world. Summers in Provence, in southern France, are especially idyllic. Lazy days are filled with leisurely lunches, delicious food, fine wine, and the aroma of lavender. What better place to unwind, recharge, and reflect? Here

Read More »
Best Places Europe March April

The Best Places to Visit during March/April in Europe

After the gloomy days of winter, it’s great to plan a trip and enjoy the longer daylight hours, Easter festivities, and fresh blooms of spring. Europe has an abundance of fabulous cities, parks, historical sites, and cultural festivals to enjoy before the heat of summer takes hold. Treat all your

Read More »
Most Beautiful Cotswolds

The Most Beautiful Villages in the Cotswolds

Head west from London and you’ll find yourself in The Cotswolds, a delightful area of timeless villages and medieval towns characterized by their mellow Cotswold stone. The local honey-hued limestone graces garden walls, country churches, and quintessential thatched cottages with roses framing the front door. While these pretty villages offer

Read More »
×