As if you needed more reasons to visit France this year, the world’s most popular tourist destination had a series of fantastic new openings and attractions you might have missed over the past few years and now a bevy of others are on their way in the coming months to beckon those who are ready to travel again.
After a year of lockdowns and restrictions, it’s clear that travel is more than just a ‘nice to have’; it’s an essential part of life for many. Now, as vacations and getaways become less of a dream and more of a possibility, travellers can finally shift from wanderlust – the longing to travel – to wandermust, the insatiable need to travel.
The success of the musical Hamilton created renewed interest in the duel: the gentleman’s code of honour reflected in “man to man” combat that for centuries was relied on to settle issues of insult or other differences. What seems to the modern mind a bizarre practice provides the narrative for Ridley Scott’s latest film, The Last Duel, starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. It is an historical drama based on the book by Eric Jager that tells the story of the last legal duel allowed in France which took place in 1386.
Awe-inspiring views from the Corniche Road in the Côte d’Azur, vast rolling hills in the English countryside, and a glimpse of the Vltava River from the Charles Bridge in Prague await. Offering a unique feast for the senses, the road trips connect 13 captivating European Four Seasons properties across six uniquely curated routes, taking in castles and wineries, caves and cities, mountains and lakes, and much more. From sourcing the best hidden eateries for authentic cuisine to insider tips on tourist-free views, in-the-know Four Seasons Concierges in each destination work in collaboration with guests to customise every moment.