Sitting plumb in the centre of the Mediterranean Corsica has long been a favourite with European travellers, offering a mixture of sunkissed beaches, quality diving, stunning hiking and a raft of cultural attractions. Here Breaking Travel News’ reporter Alice McKeown explores its glitzy coastal cities, azure bays and quaint hilltop villages in a special report.
Every palace needs a suite fit for royalty and none more so than Le Bristol – the ultimate Palace of Paris. This summer Le Bristol will unveil a new Royal Suite - the final part of a spectacular five year restoration project of the hotel costing €150 million.
The British coach driver who died in a crash in the French Alps has been praised for saving passengers lives. The coach, which was travelling from Alpe d’Huez to the UK, was carrying 50 staff from tour operator Skibound at the close of the ski season.
Fine weather is on the way, along with the irresistible urge to relax and enjoy the sunshine! Set in greenery or boasting remarkable views, tucked away or looking out on the hustle and bustle of Paris life, the four terraces of Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière are once again open to guests.
Madame Sylvia Pinel, the new French Minister responsible for the Artisanat, Commerce and Tourism, used the tourism trade fair in Paris to meet with Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture.