From street food in Palermo, Italy, to the world’s most famous prehistoric cave, you won’t want to miss out on these exceptional destinations and experiences from around the globe.
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Known for its glorious street markets and culture, Palermo is also famous for its cuisine. Take a tour with Discover Your Italy to get a taste of the city’s finest culinary treats. When you’ve had your fill, end your day in style at. the Grand Hotel Villa Igiea. The Tower Suite offers magnificent views over the harbour and manicured gardens.
The Rhine River
Wondering how to see more of hidden Germany? Uniworld’s new river cruises are the idyllic way to do just that. Their latest offering is a Jewish History tour. The 10-day Rhine-Main itinerary on the 116-passenger River Ambassador runs between Munich and Cologne. Expect fine dining, yoga on the deck and beautiful sights.
From the owner of New York’s famous Indochine restaurant comes a gorgeous boutique property in the undiscovered Nicaragua. Although you may never want to leave the suites, you can sip cocktails at the poolside, swim in the lake in the dormant Apoyo volcano or boat around Lake Nicaragua’s hundreds of islets.
Aquitaine Dordogne, France
The Lascaux IV is an exact replica of Lascaux, the world’s most famous prehistoric cave and is definitely worth a visit. This is also the perfect time to discover the Cité du Vin in Bordeaux. The new high-speed train from Paris to Bordeaux will get you there in two hours. Be sure to book into the ever-opulent Aubergade Hotel Luxury Lot-Et-Garonne Michel Trama, a Jacques Garcia-designed 13th century bastide.
Nova Lumina is a brand new night attraction in the Gaspé Peninsula, near Percé in Quebec. It’s an illuminated night walk by the sea, created by Montreal-based, world-renowned multimedia firm Moment Factory. The route links three tourist sites: the Circuit des bâtisseurs, the Parc du Bourg de Pabos and the Base de plein air Bellefeuille.