Small Group Tours to Paris, Italy, Spain, Peru and Machu Picchu
The Traveling Professor goes to Italy about 4 times a year with his small groups of about 12 travelers and The Professor travels there an additional one or two times a year, strictly for research of course, LOL! The Professor is constantly searching for the best places to eat. In this blog post, take a look at his picks for the best places to eat in Florence Italy.
On your next tour to Paris, why not live a little and splurge on a wonderful 4-star hotel? Paris hotels are some of the most expensive in Europe, perhaps the world. But you only live once, and there is nothing wrong with living it up in Paris. There are three picks with two being on the right bank and two on the left bank. I've got the best 4-star hotels in Paris listed on my blog post today.
Let's face it, traveling to places like Rome, Florence and Venice, one can expect big crowds. On our small group tours to Italy we have seen lines hours long into places like the Colosseum and the Basilica in Venice. The tourist push to see sites like David in the Accademia in Florence or the Uffizi Gallery can be unbelievable. Even on The Traveling Professor's Tours to Italy much of our itinerary planning is done with crowd avoidance in mind. In today's blog post I will give advice on how to beat the crowds in places like Rome, Florence, and Venice. Hopefully, with these tips in mind a tour to Italy will be more enjoyable for you.
After leading a small group tour to Paris, last week I flew from Paris to Bergen, Norway to begin a short journey in Norway. I was so absolutely impressed by the natural beauty, culture, cleanliness, and cuisine that I knew I needed to add a tour to Norway to The Traveling Professor's schedule for 2015. Although I am still in the planning stage, read the blog post to see why you should be going to Norway in 2015.
Whenever The Traveling Professor brings tours to Paris or whenever I travel solo to Paris, I always stay in an area on the Left Bank called the Latin Quarter. It is called the Latin Quarter because it is where schools like the Sorbonne are located. In the good old days, students spoke Latin. Hence, the Latin Quarter. In today's blog I will explain why the Latin Quarter is the best place to stay on a tour to Paris.
Why the Latin Quarter is the Best Place to Stay in Paris
Norway: Our New Destination for 2015
How to Beat the Crowds in Italy
Four 4 Star Hotel Picks in Paris
Where to Eat in Florence Italy
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