Cheap Travel on Megabus from Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt and Cologne

Megabus

(Note: During 2016, all German Postbus and continental European Megabus routes were taken over and are bookable via Flixbus.) Megabus offers budget travelers very cheap discount bus tickets for traveling from Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt or Cologne in Germany to other European cities such as Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris and London. Intercity, long-distance bus travel is still increasing … Read more

Review Novotel Venice Mestre Castellana Hotel in Italy

Family Room in the Novotel Venice Mestre Castellana Hotel

The Novotel Venezia Mestre Castellana is a modern midscale hotel with swimming pool and family rooms sleeping four a short bus ride from Venice. The Novotel Venice Mestre Castellana is a great hotel choice for families and drivers when visiting Venice in Italy. The hotel is thoroughly modern but comfortable with bedrooms that can sleep … Read more

Visit Le Poët-Laval in Drôme en Provence, France

Musée du Protestantisme Dauphinois

Le Poët-Laval is a very small fortified village beautifully located in the Drôme region of northern Provence in France. Top sights to see in this wall-enclosed town include a castle, church ruins, medieval buildings, a small museum, marvelous views and town fortifications. The very small wall-enclosed town Le Poët-Laval (population almost 900) is mostly visited … Read more

See Gallo-Roman Merovingian Sarcophaguses in Mazan in Provence, France

Old Town Mazan in Provence, France

Mazan, a small town located in Vaucluse in Provence between Carpentras and Mt Ventoux / Gorges de Nesque, has a remarkable collection of Gallo-Roman (Merovingian) sarcophagi. Mazan also has connections with the Marquis de Sade.

Old Town Mazan in Provence, France

Mazan is a small, old town in Vaucluse en Provence in France. The town itself is not particularly picturesque but it is worth stopping to see the around 60 Merovingian sarcophagi that line the border of the local cemetery. The small old town center has several buildings from the seventeenth and eighteenth century, as well as a few remnants from the Middle Ages. Mazan was also a residence of the Marquis de Sade.

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Mourners from the Tombs of the Dukes of Burgundy Touring the USA

Top medieval sculptures from the Museum of Fine Arts in Dijon, in Burgundy, France travel the USA for temporary exhibitions in top American museums and galleries.

Le tombeau de Philippe le Hardi

The mourners from the tombs of the Dukes of Burgundy, usually on display in Dijon, France, are traveling the USA for much of 2010 to 2012. These statues, considered to be amongst the best late-medieval sculptures in France, will be on display in New York, St. Louis, Dallas, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Richmond before returning to Dijon via Paris. The mourners from the ducal tombs are usually on display in the Musée des Beaux Arts (Museum of Fine Arts) in Dijon but will tour through North America while the museum is being renovated.

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