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Taste of France: typical French food you should try

French cuisine is very well known internationally. Known in every corner of the world, for its history, the refinement of the preparations and the excellence of raw materials, it is no coincidence that in 2010 it was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage because it is a wonderful testimony of tradition and food culture of France.

The amazing sight of the Indian flower that blooms every 12 years

There are still few days to admire the spectacular blue carpet that covers the slopes of the Ghati mountains, in the South of India. Then you have to wait 12 years: because the flower Kurinji or Neelakurinji that covers them only blooms once every 12 years, from August to October, attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists.

The 20 most pinned places on Pinterest

 The popular photo sharing site has compiled a list of the most "pinned" places by its users; a ranking the first place is for a famous Italian tourist resort.

Travel&Food in Japan: Medama or Tuna Eyes

In Japanese stores you will frequently find strange packages "observing" you with their big fish eyes. And in many bars, you can taste the tuna eyes already cooked, fried, stewed or lightly steamed.

The 10 most desired luxury tourism destinations

A study by the american magazine Condé Nast has compiled the ranking of the most desired luxury tourism destinations by travelers for the next two years, which include confirmations and some surprises.

How to plan (and enjoy) the perfect city break with kids

Today's guest post is an extract from a interesting article about how to organize a citybreak with kids. Every parent knows how difficult is to travel with very young children, but there are some tricks to manage this job and have fun together. Let's dicover Marta's 10 tips.

Travel&Food: the Balut

The food in the Philippines can be almost traumatizing experience for Westerners. The word balut in Tagalog, means "wrapped" and refers to a boiled hen's or duck egg.

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