One hundred and fifty years later, what remains of the Seine of the Impressionists?

Chatou, Bougival, Louveciennes… In the 21st century, can we still rediscover the rural charm of the 200 magnificent works created along these shores that Monet, Sisley and Renoir regularly frequented? We follow in their footsteps to find out. On August 24, 1837, the first French railway line for passenger transport was inaugurated: Paris Saint-Lazare-Le Pecq. … Read more

Understand how to exchange and use your money in Buenos Aires

Play/Pixabay The Obelisk of Buenos Aires, seen from Avenida Corrientes, one of the main arteries in the center of the Argentine capital Some of the most frequently asked questions among travelers to Buenos Aires are about money. What is the difference between taking Real, Dollar or Argentine Peso? What is the safest way to exchange … Read more

Swimming pool under a bridge refreshes tourists in Spain – 07-27-2022 – Turismo

200 km from Madrid, Spain, a bridge made of 15th century granite stones welcomes those arriving fleeing the high temperatures of the Spanish summer. It’s like a magical gateway to a wild Spain filled with tide pools, cherry blossom trails and birds of prey ready for an up-close look. The Roman bridge with two arches, … Read more