Free travel Kindle books for 11 Aug 16

New Zealand: New Zealand Travel Guide: 101 Coolest Things to Do in New Zealand (New Zealand Travel Guide, Backpacking New Zealand, Budget Travel New Zealand, … Wellington, Queenstown, Christchurch)

by 101 Coolest Things

Congratulations! You’ve Found the Ultimate Guide to New Zealand Travel!

This New Zealand Guide is now available to download to Kindle, Android Phone, iPhones, iPads, and other tablet devices. So what are you waiting for?!

You are super lucky to be going to New Zealand, and this guide will let you know all of the coolest things to do, see, and eat around the country, including popular destinations like the North Island, South Island, Auckland, Wellington, Lake Taupo, Christchurch, and Queenstown.

Why You Need 101 Coolest Things to Do in New Zealand

This New Zealand guide will give you the lowdown on:

  • the very best things to shove in your pie hole, whether that’s copious amount of wine from the classic wine trail, or crayfish fresh from the ocean
  • the best shopping so that you can take a little piece of New Zealand back home with you, whether that’s from a local flea market or a glass blowing studio
  • incredible festivals, whether you want to party all night in the mountains, or you’d prefer to chow down at an oysters festival
  • the most thrilling outdoor activities, such as white water rafting on a raging river or snowboarding in the mountains
  • the coolest historical and cultural sights that you simply cannot afford to miss like a Maori buried village and contemporary art galleries in Auckland
  • where to party like someone from New Zealand and get down with the locals
  • and tonnes more coolness besides!

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Tags: New Zealand Travel Guide, New Zealand Holidays, New Zealand Tours, Budget Travel in New Zealand, Backpacking New Zealand Australasia, New Zealand Activities, New Zealand Accommodation, Wellington, Auckland, Queenstown, Christchurch



From the Bluegrass to the Balkans: Living, Loving, and Leaving Macedonia

by Benjamin Shultz

Benjamin Shultz considered himself to be a worldly, educated, and well-traveled student of culture, ready to take on any adventure. After completing a Ph.D. in geography and teaching at an American university for a few semesters, love took him to Macedonia, his wife’s home country, where he encountered a whole new world for which all of his previous travel and studies had left him unprepared. Almost immediately after his arrival in 2013 he began documenting his experiences as he negotiated completely different social customs, navigated notorious Eastern European bureaucracies, and learned a new language. While there he discovered a proud nation and beautiful culture that places a strong emphasis on friendship, family, and enjoying life, but at the same time suffers from political corruption, poverty, and a lack of opportunity that pushes thousands of young people to emigrate permanently. At times comical, at times serious, this book gives a glimpse of what life is like in one of Europe’s smallest and poorest countries as it struggles to transition from its socialist past, even 25 years after gaining independence from Yugoslavia.



Lyon A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Lyon, Historic Center – 2016

by Jérôme Sabatier

Travel guide updated in July 2016.

Lyon is a city of history and culture whose strategic position has shaped its destiny for more than 2,000 years. From the Fourvière district, birthplace of the Roman Lugdunum, to the slopes of the silk district Croix Rousse, from Vieux Lyon in medieval and Renaissance architecture to the Presqu’Ã?le (the peninsula) that developed in the 19th century, Lyon offers a unique architectural, social, cultural and historical diversity. The city has frequently played a major role in the political, cultural and economic development of Europe. To walk through these neighborhoods is to relive a rich history. As Lugdunum was once the capital of Gaul, Lyon is now the capital of painted walls, puppet theater, silk and gastronomy.

Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Lyon in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

But most importantly, this “Lyon, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery. Let us guide you…



Saint Emilion A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Saint Emilion, Jurisdiction – 2016

by Jérôme Sabatier

Travel guide updated in July 2016.

The picturesque village of Saint-Emilion is perfect for a stroll down its medieval cobblestone streets. But that’s not the only reason visitors venture here. A name known around the world, Saint-Emilion has a reputation that has been earned over the centuries through the trade of wine production, omnipresent in the landscape of the Jurisdiction. Only the wine estates, each more sumptuous than the other, stud this vineyard landscape shaped by man. The best way to understand this land and its traditions is to taste the nectar of its labor (in moderation), legacy of its long and singular history.

Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Saint Emilion in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

But most importantly, this “Saint Emilion, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

Let us guide you…



BERLIN: FREE THINGS TO DO: The freebies and discounts travel guide to Berlin

by Sarah Retter

The final guide for free and discounted food, accommodations, museums, sightseeing, outdoor activities, attractions, events, music, theater, and rides.

This is the best Kindle guide for freebies and discounts available in one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in the world: Berlin

And probably the most expensive.

So, if you need to stretch your budget and get the most of this wonderful city, this book is for you.

You´ll find exciting things to do in Berlin:

FREE THINGS
-Cathedrals, Churches & Cemeteries
-Park, Gardens & Neighborhoods
-Music
-Attractions
-Markets
-Show & Rides
-Museums
-Accommodations
-Festivals
-Food and Drinks

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
-Museums
-Theaters
-Food and Drinks
-Hotels
-Cruises and Tours
-Markets

Plan your visit in advance and save a lot of money while getting the most of your traveling!

Download you copy today and start saving now!



Get Paid to Travel: Travel Hacking the Timeshare Industry ( hacks, secrets, tips, guide, budget) (Budget Travel Book 1)

by Travel Hackerz

An Easy to Read Info-Packed Read to Turn the Tables on the TimeShare Industry.

Timeshares have notoriously been taking advantage of people for decades on end. It is time that you put your foot down and finally understand how you can make them work for you.

In this educational guide you will learn the industry secrets and tactics that they use two separate hard-earned money and put it into the pockets of greedy executives. More importantly you will learn how to turn the tables on them and to put that money into your own pocket while laughing all the way to the bank.

In this book you will learn:

  • How to stay at five-star exotic luxurious resorts for free.
  • How to get paid over $100 per hour while on vacation
  • Avoid spending tens of thousands of dollars on ridiculous timeshares.
  • How to go on romantic sunset cruises
  • How to go on a full all-expenses-paid cruise ship for three days for free
  • How to be mailed new vacations every few months without lifting a finger
  • This book will save you tens of thousands of dollars on unnecessary traveling costs. It has practical usable actionable advice that will help anyone and everyone who is ever wanted to dip their toes into the five-star resorts around the world.

    Do yourself and your family a favor by giving this book a read through and uncovering how you can travel like a rock star for free.



    15 Ways to say Good Night (children book, bed time picture book) (15 Ways to say Good Night – 2)

    by Efrat Shoham

    Every night, under the same sky and stars, probably since the emergence of humankind, people around the world have been wishing one another a good night.

    This book is aimed at children aged 3 to 5, the age when curiosity about the world around them emerges. It will allow you and your child to know how to say “Good Night” in other languages and places across the globe. Sometimes it sounds funny, other times familiar or similar, and in some case it challenges our tongues and sounds totally foreign.

    The book was beautifully illustrated by Shlomit Hiller, focusing our attention on the kingdom of the night, the same skies and stars.



    Strasbourg A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Strasbourg, Grande Ile – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    The Grande Ile of Strasbourg was selected as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1988. It is on this site that the city has developed since Antiquity and the creation of the Roman castrum of Argentorate. The historic center of Strasbourg is full of a unique heritage that runs from medieval times to the present day. Its urban heritage, as varied as it is exceptional, is the result of continuous economic prosperity throughout the history of Strasbourg. Indeed, the city is located at a commercial crossroads of European dimension. From north to south and from east to west, men, ideas and goods have been transported and exchanged for centuries. Strasbourg is unique in Europe for its cultural, intellectual, artistic and architectural mix.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Strasbourg in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    But most importantly, this “Strasbourg, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery. The area and city maps included on all pages show all the sites and monuments discussed.

    Let us guide you…



    Succeeding in China: A guide to understanding Chinese culture

    by Sean Weisbrot

    China has been the fastest growing economy for the last 30 years, and it’s still growing faster than everywhere else.

    Do you want to travel, study, work, do business, or marry in China?

    The average expat stays in China for less than 2 years because they can’t handle it.

    I feel that happens because no one sits them down and explains to them what to expect on a daily basis.

    It’s time you take your place in China and make yourself a home.

    The only problem is, there are many agents who want to convince you of that great job with the excellent company and high pay. In fact, they are the only ways making a lot of money, and they’re doing it by selling you into employed slavery!

    After you arrive, you find yourself stuck in a hotel for months, without a contract, they’re holding onto your passport, and you feel scared every day about your future?

    That was my experience, until I decided to stop comparing my life in America to my life in China.

    I took every opportunity to learn about China, the language, the culture, and everything people don’t like to talk about.

    I did it so I could protect myself, and now I want to empower you.

    China has a long history, and modern life in China can be a bit crazy, but it’s also a fun journey of personal growth, and every day will be a test of your resolve.

    If you can make the necessary mental and emotional changes and accept these cultural differences, you’ll quickly find that China can be an enjoyable place to call your home.

    In this eBook, you will learn about:
    – Why do they say maybe instead of giving me a straight answer?
    – Unspoken rules about Chinese culture and what does and doesn’t fly.
    – Why do they make me drink alcohol, I told them I didn’t want any!
    – Why do Chinese people not form lines?
    – Why do they spit and pee in the street?
    – Why do they not show their affection?

    This eBook will break down all the barriers and show you the what and why of life in China.
    We will also cover these specific topics:
    – Chinese History
    – Collectivism vs Individualism
    – Chinese Holidays
    – What is daily life like for us?
    – What are Chinese schools like?
    – How do Chinese people do business?
    – How do Chinese people eat?
    – What is Chinese home and family life like?
    – What else makes China interesting?
    – China not only uses the Metric system, but they also have their own systemtoo!
    – What is dating a Chinese person like?
    – What do Chinese people do for fun?
    And MORE!

    Sean Weisbrot is an American businessman with a degree in Psychology. He is fluent in Mandarin, and has been living in China for 7 years.

    He has traveled to 20 countries, and has been learning and growing his whole life, including spending 10 years helping others improve and grow themselves.



    Carcassonne A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Carcassonne, medieval City – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    Words are difficult to find when seeing this medieval city unfold before your eyes. Few places in the world have so much to tell. Carcassonne possesses an exceptional legacy of a fortified city from the Middle Ages. Immerse yourself in an ancient world and soak up the atmosphere, in this city that transports visitors of all ages into a medieval dream.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Carcassonne in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    But most importantly, this “Carcassonne, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Bordeaux A World Heritage Site: Travel guide of Bordeaux, Port of the Moon – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    It is impossible to talk about Bordeaux without mentioning the Garonne River and the port that welcomes it. For more than 2000 years their history has been linked, Bordeaux owing everything to the river that crosses the city. The Garonne brought the city prosperity and wealth, exchange and mixed cultures, from the Romans to the English, from Antiquity to the Enlightenment. Today, Bordeaux and the Port of the Moon reflect its intimate history with the river. Abandoned for some time, the city is once again open to the Garonne, in tribute. The city now proudly displays its monumental 18th century architecture and has made improvements on the waterfront in recent years. Bordeaux and its remarkable architectural harmony are like a play where eras collide without distorting the story of its history. The legacy of this ancient story is revealed through the streets and squares that its visitors discover on foot, looking up to admire the many artistic details of the fa̤ades and monuments. At night the city gleams with thousands of lights Рa magnificent spectacle!

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Bordeaux in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    But most importantly, this “Bordeaux, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Avignon A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Avignon, Historic Center – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    Avignon is immediately associated with its bridge, known worldwide thanks to the now famous song. But Avignon is also, of course, bathed in history from its reign as capital of the papacy in the 14th century. This glorious period of its past provides visitors an exceptionally rich environment. Avignon also hosts an annual world-renown theater festival. Avignon is all of this, and much more. A bustling and lively city, Avignon is best enjoyed by walking in the heart of the city, absorbing its unique atmosphere and following in the footsteps of its history, religion and culture.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Avignon in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    But most importantly, this “Avignon, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Arles A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Arles, Historic Center – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    Arles has the largest number of ancient Roman monuments, after the city of Rome itself! A city of culture and history, Arles guides visitors on an extraordinary, timeless journey. Two thousand years of history, reflecting each of the city’s periods of prosperity, unfold in its streets, squares and monuments. In the footsteps of Van Gogh, who was inspired by its colors and light, Arles breathes with life.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Arles in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    But most importantly, this “Arles, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Mont St Michel A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Mont Saint Michel and its Bay – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    The Mont-Saint-Michel stands on a rocky mount in the middle of stretches of sand and water that make up the immense bay. Not really on the continent, not really at sea, between the world of men and the wild vastness of the ocean. Between heaven and earth, its imposing figure seems to rise to the heavens. The lights, which change from morning to night, and the atmosphere, at times mystical in the sea mist, enhance these impressions, along with the breathtaking vision upon arrival at the site. For the full effect, travel to Mont Saint Michel on foot from the mainland, as did hundreds of thousands of pilgrims for centuries, and you will understand the magic that surrounds this place. Victor Hugo summed up the feeling in 1884 : “Mont-Saint-Michel is to France what the Great Pyramid is to Egypt.”

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Mont Saint Michel in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    But most importantly, this “Mont Saint Michel, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Paris A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Paris, Banks of the Seine – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    It is of course “Paris, city of light”, but also Paris, capital and symbol of France, a city that expresses its country’s influence throughout the world. The city of Paris is a stunning architectural ensemble, built up over the centuries in spectacular unity. The area of the classified site that runs along the banks of the Seine reflects the evolution of the city and the importance of the river that runs through it. It offers visitors views of the most beautiful monuments in Paris, simultaneously tracing the city’s rich history. As you visit, you will move from the oldest districts, already occupied in ancient times, to the palaces of the kings, on to the major axes created by Baron Haussmann in the 19th century, and finally arrive at the 20th century additions and the Eiffel Tower. The history of Paris unfolds before your eyes in an enthralling journey through time. Whether cultural, historic, artistic, religious or architectural, the city’s rich heritage offers something for everyone.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Paris in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for each site :the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    But most importantly, this ” Paris, a World Heritage site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Canal du Midi A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Canal du Midi – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    The Canal du Midi, completed during the reign of Louis XIV, is extraordinary in its scope, representing one of the major works of civil engineering. Its conception, the ingenuity required by Pierre Paul Riquet to feed water to the canal and the creation of dozens of water features along its route, all testify to its exceptional technological innovation. It opened a safe and fast navigable link between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, thus providing commercial prosperity to the regions it crossed in the three centuries of its use.

    At a length of 240 kilometers, the Canal du Midi was the largest construction site of its time and today remains the oldest canal in Europe still in operation. Beyond the technical challenges overcome by Pierre Paul Riquet, it is the aesthetics of his architecture and the landscapes created that make the Canal du Midi so unique.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay along the Canal du Midi in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Backpacking: 100 Tips That Will Make Your Outdoor Adventures Memorable (Essential Backpacking Gear Listed) (backpacking, backpacking light, hiking backpacking)

    by Julian Dresden

    The “Backpacking: 100 Tips That Will Make Your Outdoor Adventures Memorable” is designed to give handy advice to backpackers. As a backpacker, you can learn the culture of a particular area and can enjoy the differences between two cultures. It is important to pack lightly before going out for your journey. You should pack wisely and this book will serve as a knowledgeable guide for you. There are 100 tips that will help you to become a confident and prepared traveler. You can get helpful ideas and reminders about things to carry with you. It is important to plan your journey in advance and planning can be easy with the help of tips given in this book. Make sure to pay attention to the instructions given for different types of adventure for your safety.

    This book can help you to go on hiking, camping or wilderness. There are a few principles that can be considered before backpacking. This book contains 100 tips that are easy to follow and can make your outdoor adventures memorable. There is a list of essential backpacking gear that is important to carry with you. Consider this list while packing your stuff and your work will be really easy. You can focus on the tips given in this book and you will be ready to start your journey in a better way. This book can help you to remind all those important things that are missing in your gear.



    Ireland: A Backpackers Travel Guide

    by S Daly

    Visiting Ireland on a Budget?

    I know how you feel. I put this book together for all my fellow budget backpackers out there. Using this Ireland; A Backpackers travel guide book will make your travel to the emerald isle more fun, organised and cost effective.

    Discover the best hostels, budget hotels, places of interest and where to party!

    Preview:

    – Tips and tricks for a more enjoyable and budget friendly trip

    – Inspiring insights about Cork, Kerry, Dublin and Galway

    – A complete guide to traveling “The wild Atlantic way”

    – Funny stories from my many mishaps along the way

    – Historical and cultural information

    – up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you

    – And much more!

    Grab your copy now to get a head start on your backpacking trip around Ireland!



    15 Ways to say Good Night – 3

    by Efrat Shoham

    Every night, under the same sky and stars, probably since the emergence of humankind, people around the world have been wishing one another a good night.

    This book is aimed at children aged 3 to 5, the age when curiosity about the world around them emerges. It will allow you and your child to know how to say “Good Night” in other languages and places across the globe. Sometimes it sounds funny, other times familiar or similar, and in some case it challenges our tongues and sounds totally foreign.

    The book was beautifully illustrated by Eden Weitz, focusing our attention on the kingdom of the night, the same skies and stars, accompanying the cyclical waning and waxing of the moon.



    Versailles A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Versailles, Palace and Park – 2016

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in July 2016.

    An exceptional palace for an exceptional king, Louis XIV, the Palace of Versailles remains the emblem of French monarchy. And no word would be enough to define its magnificence, surrounded by sumptuous French gardens, groves and fountains, a canal, a park sufficiently large for hunting outings and of course, in contrast to this exceptional and unique ensemble, the bucolic grounds of Marie-Antoinette’s Estate. And it is here at Versailles that the history of 17th and 18th century France was written.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Versailles in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2016.

    But most importantly, this “Versailles, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



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