Stage 15: Lured by Lure, 1000 lakes, flowers and pretty girls.

Lure is a small town nestled between mountains and where lakes dot the rolling landscape. It dates back to 610 when Saint Desle founded an oratory in a chapel dedicated to Saint Martin. Lure grew into a powerful Benedictine Abbey. Over the centuries, the agricultural industry was replaced by the textile industry. The town was […]

Stage 14: Bourg-En-Bresse

Chickens, cheese, frog’s legs. We leave the Parc National de la Vanoise and stop in Annecy with its beautiful lake. It is also known as the Pearl of the Savoie or Venice of Savoie. The beautiful town is surpassed by the lake, with a reputation of having the purest water in Europe.  This medieval town, […]

Stage 13: Grenoble

Welcome to Grenoble, a university city, a science hub and an official city of art & culture. It is a modern city with a good quality of life.  Its main attraction is the attractive old town, full of lively squares, shopping alleys lined with old houses. There are a few museums with rich collections. There […]

Stage 12: Isère

Welcome to Grand Colombier you leave the Rhône Valley and discover the summit of Grand Colombier, which dominates the valley and Lake Bourget. The area is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking and biking trails. The Col de Grand Colombier (the pass) is one of the steepest passes in France. It is one of […]

Stage 11: Lyon.

Ah, you must set foot in one of the largest renaissance old quarters in Europe. Welcome to “Vieux Lyon”. At the end of the middle ages, Lyon had a thriving silk industry. During the 16th century, there were around 180 000 looms in Lyon! Merchant families from all over Europe settled here. These wealthy merchants built […]

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