CW Travelogue

Taste of Place | By Matt Thompson, Jan 26, 2015 12:27 pm

Ah, Provence! This scenic patchwork of orchards, canals, farmhouses, fields, and ancient ruins is ideal for walking. In fact, we love it so much that we offer two ways to travel there: our France: Classic Provence Self-Guided Walking adventure takes you through the region’s classic landscapes at your own speed—from the windswept ridges of the Alpilles to the scenic village of Bonnieux—while our France: Provence Guided Walking tour ensures that you experience the best of the region with a local guide who knows it well. So what makes a journey through Provence so memorable? Here are a few of our favorite highlights:



Why Fans of Italy will Love Argentina

The nations of Argentina and Italy are about 7,300 miles apart, located on different continents in different hemispheres, and speak different languages. Still, I don’t think I’m going too far off the map when I say that these countries are surprisingly simpatico. In fact, if you’ve ever sipped Barolo in Piedmont, strolled the trails above Lake Como, or savored an Umbrian feast in Assisi, I’d be willing to bet Argentina would be right up your alley. Why? It’s all in the details...


A Day on the Trail in Northern California

There's so much to enjoy on our California: San Francisco to Point Reyes Self-Guided Walking trip. Every day will provide a notebook’s-worth of new memories—from side streets in San Francisco, to the headlands of Point Reyes. Here’s what you might experience during a typical day on the trail: