Now is the time to book your accommodation

Fans who are planning to participate in the next FIFA World Cup from November 21 to December 18, 2022 should book their accommodation now. Our advice for the best preparation for your stay. If the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar are not yet known, FIFA, the host of the tournament, will conduct … Read more

Covid test is no longer mandatory for vaccinated passengers

Although the country is still classified as “orange”, PCR or antigen testing is no longer mandatory for travelers with a complete immunization schedule. Arrangements to go there will be effective from February 15. Although many voices are being raised in Tunisia to criticize the gradual disappearance of checks and balances, the formality of entry is … Read more

Bergman Island: Review what love is

There’s the movie, there’s Bergman Although the post-epidemic movie wants (and will) to regain its place as the world’s leading show, Mia Hansen-signed with love Bergman Island Seventh is respect for art and creation. The film begins in Faroe Islands, in the memory of several filmmakers and the great Ingmar Bergman, as the director of … Read more

Himeji, another gem of Kansai

Whatever the reason for traveling to Japan, Himeji is rarely dropped from a program and for good reason! This small town is home to one of the most beautiful monuments in Japan: Himeji Castle. So it is very popular with travel agencies around the world. For visitors who aren’t afraid to think outside the box, … Read more

Air France has unveiled its new on-board safety instruction film

Exclusive – Six years after its previous campaign, the airline has released delightful and elegant new movies highlighting France’s most iconic tourist sites. Le Figaro French culture precedes this concentration. This is usually the moment when everyone looks out the window or looks at their smartphone at the end: the endless session of boarding security, … Read more

Cherbourg without umbrellas, five good reasons to go there in the spring

A town facing the English Channel, the gentle breeze reigns there and it is good to walk on the sidewalk, meditate in its magnificent gardens and discover its architectural treasures. Artificial port, an invaluable resource It was Napoleon I who ordered the huge work of the military port of Cherbourg and thankfully, the people of … Read more