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Ardeche holidays with Evasion Travel

The Ardeche is a region of southern France where many of the country’s finest qualities battle for dominance over its unruly charms. Here, the high granite mountains of the Massif Central meet the fertile plains of the Rhone Valley, temperate air from Central France meets the warmth of the Mediterranean and ancient forests give way to endless vineyards.

When Robert Louis Stevenson took his broken heart on a trek through the region, his experience moved him to write a book that is still selling today. When we arrived over a hundred years after him, we found this little-known gem of Southern France to be just as he had recorded it – rugged, peaceful and deeply inspiring.

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Thermae Bath Spa

Treat yourself and your loved ones to a day of full relaxation in one of England‘s most celebrated spa havens! Dubbed as Britain’s original and only natural thermal spa, Thermae Bath Spa can be a great choice.

Thermae Bath Spa has been using the warm, mineral-rich waters which the Romans and Celts enjoyed over 2000 years ago. Also, be amazed by how remarkably it combines the ‘old and new’ – where the historic spa buildings blend with the contemporary design of the New Royal Bath.

In Thermae Bath Spa, you’ll definitely have a wide range of treatments plus a very relaxing and inspirational setting. Click here to read more »

Szechenyi Bath and Spa in Budapest

Hungarian spas hold high esteem among many Europeans as well as tourists from every part of the globe. With its abundant supply of natural curative hot thermal waters, thousands of repeated visitors flock each year in the area.

There is even a saying that in Hungary, it is enough to push a simple stick into the ground and up will come glorious thermal waters!

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Warwick Castle – The Perfect English Castle

The breathtakingly elegant and magnificent Warwick Castle is one thing you should never miss when exploring the English town of Warwick. Let fun and excitement fill the air since you’ll be bombarded with a whole lot of great things! Be amazed as you stroll inside the castle that is inhabited by eerily lifelike wax figures by Madame Tussauds – or bask with glory in its perfectly manicured gardens.

You can also take a trip through the castle’s armour displays, grand interiors, ghost tower, mill house and most especially, its creepy dungeon complete with a torture chamber!

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Bath Hotels And Guide

The city of Bath looms like a little of piece of paradise. This beautiful English city and the countryside that surrounds it has been dubbed as one of England’s most beautiful places to visit. Just think of magnificent natural hot springs, relaxing Roman baths, splendid Georgian stone crescents, stunning architecture, great shopping hubs and iconic attractions – you’ll truly have all of these when you visit the City of Bath!

This guide will tell you what to eat, when to go to Bath and which Bath Hotels to stay at.

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Poitiers Hotels and Guide

Poitiers is at first sight not the most obvious tourist destination. A very busy country town, congested with the cluster of office blocks and towers. This place conventionally a destination and a perfect hub for business travellers but is overlooked by tourists. Most visitors, especially those from the French city of Tours on the Autoroute de l’Aquitaine, initially are not tempted by the hustles and bustles of this town. However, if you only take a closer approach, things will definitely look very different. Click here to read more »

Futuroscope Theme Park Poitiers

Futuroscope Theme Park is an interesting place to visit for you to discover world of cinema and the moving image. It is considered as one of the top 15 theme parks in the world. It is located 6 miles North of Poitiers on the A10 route, exit at junction 28.

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