You may think that the only difference between the Paris and Rome Catacombs are who’s buried in them. However, there are a lot of differences that go into making each of these underground burial sites so unique. Though they share many similarities, each is glorified for its own history and characteristics. In this guide discover the difference between the Rome and Paris Catacombs and how you can explore both fascinating burial sites with us.
The Statue of David has been drawing people to Florence to witness all of its glory since it has been created. Standing at 17 feet tall, many are fascinated by this grandeur statue and its brilliant maker. Although there are three Statue of Davids located throughout Florence, only one is legitimate. Michelangelo’s David stands proudly in the Galleria dell’Accademia and he is waiting to be visited by you.
Located in France’s Champagne Region, Reims offers travelers more than just a fancy, boozy beverage. The town is actually rich in history. Did you know that the German Regime signed the official surrender of World War II right here, in the Reims’ Lycée Franklin-Roosevelt? In this guide, you can find our top suggestions of things to do in Reims, France.
As a historically Roman Catholic country, France has more than its fair share of beautiful churches and cathedrals. While most tourists visit the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, many may not realize that another one of France’s most impressive cathedrals is only about a 45 minute train ride outside of Paris. In fact, it has even been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991. In this guide, you’ll learn the history behind the Cathedral of Reims and some of the interesting facts that surround it.
Épernay, France hasn’t always been the Champagne city. The once religious city in the Marne Department in Northern France was home to monks, priests and nuns who ran the town until the city fell into the hands of the Counts of Champagne. Since then, Champagne connoisseurs from all over the world consider Épernay a beacon to flock to with over 300 Champagne crus to taste. Épernay also features some of France’s most beautiful architecture and gardens. Here’s your guide to the history and top attractions of Épernay!