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  • Why should you take a Barge Cruise in France?

    France is such a beautiful country with different regions having their own specific flavours and heritage. There is no shortage of what can be explored and discovered in the country. And this is exactly why anyone who has the chance should take a barge cruise in France; to explore and taste the offerings of different r... Read More »

  • Cruising the Caledonian Canal

    From big skies and vast lakes down to proud castles and forbidding ruins, Scotland retains its air of myth and legend despite the hustle and bustle of today’s society. The Caledonian Canal, the arrow-straight waterway that links the Scottish east coast at Inverness with the west coast at Fort William, is 60 miles o... Read More »

  • Cruising the Loire: What to See along the River of Kings

    The Loire River is the longest river in France, stretching at a great length of 1,012 kilometres and piercing six departments to which it has given its name before emptying into the Bay of Bicay at Saint-Nazaire. Cruising the Loire actually means tracing century-old trade routes. It was one of the main waterways of... Read More »

  • Canal du Midi: A Voyage Back in Time

    Running from the blushing rose city of Toulouse all the way down to the Mediterranean coastal town of Sète, the 240-kilometre Canal du Midi is one of the most extraordinary feats of civil engineering in modern times and remains the key inland waterway in Southern France today. It’s funny to think that when the ide... Read More »

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