• French Cheese

    They say that cheese was invented by accident. Legend tells that a careless shepherd’s milk curdled, and in order to fix it he decided to add a bit of salt to the paste and mixed it thus creating the first cheese.

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  • Cheap Wine

    Ask the waiter to uncork a bottle of Cabernet, because at these destinations, wine is cheaper than water!

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  • Port Grimaud Travel Guide

    A luxurious destination that has become a beloved spot for millionaires… visit Port Grimaud and fall in love with the French Venice.

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  • Top Things to Do in Nimes

    Elegance, calm and good food are the main components of a vacation in Nîmes.

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  • What do wine labels mean

    Wine tasting is a great experience that springs from the moment you discover its personality as described through its label.

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  • Discovering Vegan Wine

    In your next trip, quench your passion for winemaking by trying a vegan wine.

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  • Louvre Museum

    The Louvre was the first museum in the western world and travelers have rated it as one of the best in the world.

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  • Best Winter Vacations

    In winter, not all travel plans are meant to visit snowy destinations.

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  • The Best Places to See in Strasbourg

    Escape to Strasbourg, France, and discover its unique charm following our tourist route.

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  • Coffee Tourism

    Love for coffee has left its mark on different destinations around the world. Visit them with DINKtravelers.

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  • Bordeaux and Wine

    Bordeaux is one of wine-lovers’ favorite destinations, a city that’s rich in history and the place where canelés were created.

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  • The Basilica of The Sacred Heart of Paris

    Van Gogh, Gaugin and Toulouse-Lautrec inhabited the houses-workshops in Montmartre where you’ll find the Sacré Coeur basilica.

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  • The Best Tourist Routes in Dijon

    Dijon is a great destination for mustard lovers, gothic architecture fans and wine lovers

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  • Stained Glass at The Sainte Chapelle

    Renew your senses with the colors of the stained glass windows of the Saint Chapelle!

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  • Planetarium Galilée

    At Planetarium Galilée in Montpellier, a starry night under the moon can turn your vacation into a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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  • The Green Fairy

    Absinthe was known as “The green fairy” because it’s said to alter the mind. Try it in your next trip to Amsterdam.

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  • Movies and Travel

    From Harry Potter to Amélie, cinematographic sets have always been a good reason to visit new destinations.

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  • The Eiffel Tower in Paris

    Discover the secrets of the Eiffel Tower, an icon of identity for the French and a monument that commemorates the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution.

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  • World Breakfast Tour

    There are so many varieties of breakfast in this world! Try them in Japan, Paris and Mexico.

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  • Gardens of Versailles

    From the Palace of Versaille’s stairway you can admire the most famous French gardens.

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  • Summer in Montpellier

    South of Montpellier, France, discover the beaches of l’Espiguette and Palavas-les-Flots, and find landscapes worth admiring.

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  • The Arc de Triomphe in Paris

    Visit the Triumphal Arch in Paris to commemorate the stories of victory, liberty and peace its architecture reminds us of.

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  • What to do in Saint-Paul-de-Vence?

    This one-day route in Saint-Paul-de-Vence takes you to visit the town in the French Riviera, home to one of the most impressive art collections in the world.

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  • Visits in Exchange for Wine-Tastings

    In most vineyards, when you visit the wineries they offer you a wine-tasting experience.

  • Drink Wine With an Exclusive Style

    Although tasting wine is done practically the same everywhere, follow the steps they teach you at each vineyard.

  • Don’t Mix Aromas

    It’s advisable not to wear any perfume on the day you’ll go on a wine-tasting tour. This way, external scents won’t mix with the wine’s aroma.

  • Buy Quality Wine

    In order to identify a wine’s quality, take into account these 4 elements: the weather, the type of grape, the elaboration process and its aging time.

  • Offer a Special Gift

    A good gift for a friend can be a bottle of wine whose production has a interesting or cultural history

  • Toast with Sherry

    As a recommendation, follow the route of Marco de Jerez in Spain. The architecture, monuments and the history behind this route will inspire you to taste Jerez, internationally known as “Sherry”.

  • Flee South

    While the northern hemisphere goes through winter, the southern hemisphere enjoys summer. If you want to avoid the cold weather, travel south in December.

  • Drink Wine at a Winstub

    Wine plays an important role in Strasbourg, so DINKtravelers recommends visiting winstubs, taverns where you can taste the wines of Alsace.

  • Enjoy a Cup of Java

    Visit the great coffee grower haciendas that make Coatepec such an ideal destination for coffee lovers.

  • Coffee Tasting

    If you order a coffee after lunch and it gets cold, then you’ll know if it’s a good variety, because quality coffee tastes great even cold

  • Order Coffee and Chocolate

    Order a coffee with dark chocolate. It enhances the taste of coffee.

  • Travel in Hollywood Style

    Watch the film Amélie before traveling to Paris. You’ll notice that many of the scenes were filmed in Montmartre.

  • Get a Ride

    If you’re tired of walking around Paris, a cable car will take you up to Montmartre. The journey is one minute and a half long.

  • Get the Best View

    Enjoy the view of the Eiffel Tower from the Sacre Coeur.

  • Find Typical Architecture in Dijon

    When you travel to Dijon, visit Hôtel Chambellan and Hôtel de Vogüé, see the wooden houses with their balconies, and find stone buildings with their famous varnished tiles. All of them portray the culture and history of Dijon.

  • May The Force Be With Tunisia

    Travel to Matmata, in Tunisia, and visit some of the sceneries that inspired the sets in Star Wars.

  • Gladiator Battles in Morocco

    The landscape in Morocco can be deceiving, but it’s the place you must visit to see where they created the sets for the film Gladiator.

  • Parisian Drama

    If you walk the streets of Paris they’ll surely remind you of several scenes from Amèlie.

  • Enjoy Good Eats

    Remember that chili pepper is frequently used in Mexican cuisine, so before you order a dish, ask your waiter whether or not it’s spicy.

  • Enjoy Good Eats

    Try a freshly made corn tortilla filled with avocado, a pinch of salt and a few drops of hot sauce.

  • Beware of Cultural Perspectives!

    When a Mexican says that something is “a little bit spicy” consider that it’s three times as spicy as he says.

  • Eat Without Worries

    There’s Mexican food that’s prepared without chili, so don’t worry if you’re not used to spicy dishes and you’re traveling to this country.

  • Forget About Your Diet

    You mustn’t forget that many Mexican dishes have a high colorie content, so prepare to gain some weight during your trip.

  • Eat Well and Save

    Look for local markets where you can try authentic Mexican food and save.

  • Try Typical Dishes

    Try the typical dishes at each Mexican state. You’ll be fascinated by the diverse flavors and varieties of récipes you’ll find in this country.

  • How to Get to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris

    By bus: lines 30, 31, 92, 73, 52 or 22 By subway: Lines 1, 2 or 6, Charles de Gaulle-Etoile station

  • Pre-Hispanic Vine

    In Mexico, there were types of vine that grew since before the Spanish conquerors arrived. Unfortunately, they were wild varieties so the grapes could not be used to produce wine.

  • Wine and Longevity

    Around the world, many people believe wine makes people live longer and don’t suffer from heart issues thanks to powerful antioxidant it contains called resveratrol.

  • Destinos sin invierno

    En la zona intertropical, entre el ecuador y el trópico de cáncer hay destinos de playa que no sufren las consecuencias del frío. Son lugares recomendables para visitar en el invierno.

  • Alsatian Wines

    Did you know that wines from Alsace are the only French Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée wines?

  • Coffee Making Tradition

    Coffee growth and commerce since the 19th century made Coatepec a rich region that still preserves its coffee making tradition.

  • Coffee Trees

    Coffee Trees take up to four years to reach their mature production.

  • Coffee Lovers

    Coffee arrived in Europe in the early seventeenth century. It’s said that King Louis XIV and Pope Clement III were the first to become fond of it.

  • Coffee Producer

    In 1800 Brazil was the main coffee producer in the world.

  • Colombian Nature

    In Colombia, a tree grows three times as fast as in Chile and nine times as fast as in Canada.

  • The City of A Hundred Bell Towers

    Francis I called Dijon “The city of a hundred bell towers”. Among all the churches you’ll find in Dijon, only Saint-Philibert was built in Romanesque style.

  • Hollywood in Paris

    Many movies have been filmed in Paris, almost as many as in New York.

  • Epic Battles in New Zealand

    The ample and imposing landscapes of New Zealand have been ideal to film numerous epic films.

  • Películas neoyorkinas

    Nueva York tal vez sea la ciudad que más veces ha salido en filmes. Los escenarios más famosos incluyen Times Square, El Central Park, la Estatua de la Libertad y el Empire State.

  • Destroyed Heritage

    The Statue of Liberty is the monument that has been destroyed more times in movies.

  • Disney’s Castle

    Neuschwanstein’s Castle has inspired countless movies and TV shows. Disney used it as an inspiration to create one of its main symbols.

  • Spicy but Safe

    Even though habanero chili is very spicy, it’s not hard on your stomach.

  • Cold Souces

    Pico de gallo is a cold “sauce” or topping prepared with diced tomato, onion and Green chili. It’s not very spicy.

  • Sweet and Spicy

    Not everything in Mexican cuisine is spicy.

  • Typical Mexican Dishes

    In each Mexican state you’ll find different and unique typical dishes.

  • Prehispanic Vegans

    Most Prehispanic original recipes are vegetarian.

  • Etiquette in Austria

    In Austria it’s impolite to put your hands under the table while eating.

  • Prehispanic Origins

    Mexican food has a Prehispanic origin, so corn is its main component.

  • True Mexicans

    Chili pepper is a staple product in Mexican gastronomy. They say that a Mexican who doesn’t each chili is not a Mexican.

  • The Perfect Companion

    Corn tortillas are the perfect pair for all Mexican dishes.

  • Mexican Products

    Mexico introduced chocolate, chili and corn to Europe.

  • Giant Tamales

    There’s a Mexican tamal (dish) called zacahuil which weighs approximately 70 kilos. It’s prepared with chicken or pork, ancho, guajillo and morita chili, and it’s wrapped in banana leaves.

  • The Names on the Arc de Triomphe

    The inner walls of the arch are engraved with the names of the 558 Generals of the French Empire. The names of those who died in combat appear underlined.