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2023 in review: looking back on a year of travel

As the year ends, it's an opportunity for me to review one year of travel, the experiences that have made an impression on me and that I'd recommend to you, or even the one that I'd urge you to...

Travel Diary, Iceland – Day 4, The Eastern Route

Back on the road after a very average night for a fourth day of exploration. As a reminder, here is the itinerary followed: We leave the hotel around 8:30 a.m. for the east of Iceland, on a route that will take...

Air travel: how COVID has changed the habits of the French

2020 will truly be a dark year for the airline industry. Aircraft grounded, borders closed, tricks to turn a health disaster into an ecological crisis for which it alone is held responsible. Between the facts (restrictive measures) and more...

Video : Where do we have the right to travel today and how?

This week we look at which countries it is possible to travel to and under what conditions at the moment. For this we welcome two guests, Rose and Kristof, two frequent flyers who will share their experience and knowledge...

Editorial: Open the borders!

We're fed up: After almost 2 months of confinement, the French need some air. You can see it just by looking at the few patches of grass on the Champ de Mars or the Esplanade des Invalides taken over...

Myth busted: Millennials are just like any other travelers

There isn't an industry that doesn't make eyes at the millenials, this "different" generation that questions everything and refuses the models of the past. But are they really that different? Millenials and travel: we're talking about not-so-young people and big...

How to resist when traveling in summer

Summertime is synonymous with vacation departures and returns, busy airports and traveling children. If the destination is synonymous with warmth and rest, the journey is for many synonymous with stress, whether by car, bus, train or plane. Whatever your situation,...