Located in Tuscany, an iconic Italian region known for its art and gastronomy, Siena is a city where architecture rises very high. Florence’s eternal rival is a giant open-air museum celebrating the Gothic style. Siena is thus endowed with secular and spiritual monuments which have preserved both their medieval forms and their extraordinary art collections, offering the visitor something to marvel again and again!


Described as a small town with the personality of a metropolis, Kelowna is a great place to recharge your batteries! Find the amenities of a big city and extraordinary views of mountains and unaltered streams. Kelowna brings together relaxation & outdoor adventures in one place.


The Valley of Uco has the particularity of having some of the highest vineyards in the world at the very foot of the Andes! It is one of the most enchanting wine landscapes and without a doubt the Valley will awaken your sensations. This fertile oasis is located in the center of the province of Mendoza and will surprise you with its landscapes and natural beauties.


Did you know that three quarters of Argentina's wine production comes from this region with a mild and sunny climate? If you are a lover of wine and beautiful landscapes, go to the pretty area of Lujan de Cuyo, only about twenty kilometers from Mendoza.


Located at the foot of the Andes, Mendoza is a laid back city. Known for its surrounding vineyards, the city will offer you the opportunity to have fun through tastings or to stroll along its wide green streets. Discovering Mendoza also means exploring the bars and restaurants overflowing on the sidewalks that come alive after dark.


Located between Valparaiso and Santiago, the Maipo Valley is one of the best known and renowned regions of Chile. Wine has been produced in this region since the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century. On a trip to Chile, take the time to spend the day exploring this valley where your day will be mainly dedicated to the tasting of Cabernet Sauvignon with the visit of the Concha y Toro vineyard, the leading exporter of wines in Latin America and one of the most important winemaking brands in the world, present in more than 135 countries.


Enter the Casablanca Valley and discover a very fertile wine region of Chile. In the west of the country, the Casablanca Valley enjoys a climate exposed to the iodized air of the sea and the winds coming from the ocean. Thanks to the freshness of this coastal region, a delicious Chardonnay is grown there. Be sure to visit the factories and taste these fruity wines with a unique flavor.


Since 2007, Bordeaux has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site! The historic center of Bordeaux is a place that has received the influences of a classical and neoclassical architecture, and some plots of which have been preserved for two centuries! Strolling through Bordeaux is the assurance of finding magnificent details.


City of Charente, Cognac gives its name to the brandy produced in the surroundings and which constitutes one of the economic activities of the city! For 25 years, the Cognac detective film festival took place every June! The old town has a very special charm with its houses dating from the 15th to the 18th century, the Château des Valois. Take a tour of the Cognac Houses to visit the factory facilities and go for a stroll in the Cognac public garden, a superb English-style garden designed by the architect Edouard André.


Paris is monumental, by its size of course but also by its rich architectural heritage! One of the symbols of note Capital, its best known monument is the Eiffel Tower, this "Iron Lady" with a unique look offers an unparalleled view to its visitors. Not far away is the Equally emblematic Arc de Triomphe. Borrowed from history, it dazzles during the sunny days when you can see the sun setting in the hollow of this large arch. Another must-see, Notre-Dame-de-Paris Cathedral offers a grandiose spectacle. This masterpiece of Gothic architecture, lets admire its sculptures, its nave, its towers and even its crypt! Equally evocative and having inspired writers and filmmakers alike, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart hosts the largest mosaic in France and enjoys an incredible panorama from the top of the Montmartre district! Paris is still its mythical squares: the Place de la Concorde with its two fountains, its rostral columns and the incredible obelisk of Luxor, the Place de la Bastille with its famous Colonne de Juillet which commemorates the revolutionary days and its very modern Opéra national de Paris, the Place de L'Opéra which exhibits its magnificent Opéra Garnier....