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Take a trip--for today, an imaginary one--with Mon Voyage. Below you will find brief outlines of some of the European travels we have planned...

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Bologna, home to some of the most divine stuffed pastas, has a deep culinary tradition.

Northern Italy

Arrive in Milan and spend a few days recovering from jet lag--perhaps you might need some Milanese retail therapy! Next head for the two thousand year-old enchanting hilltop jewel of Bergamo, with sweeping views of the surrounding countryside. Move on to the towns of Mantova and three thousand year-old Padova, little-visited yet full of great art, culture and history. Health professionals especially will love Padova, home to one of the world's oldest medical schools, and Catholics will want to revere St. Anthony's relics. Lastly, spend a few days in Venice, Queen of the Adriatic. Take in a church concert or a twilight stroll on the Zattere. Return home from Venice.

Loire Valley

Arrive in Paris and visit a few lesser-known museums. Take a day trip to Versailles, or perhaps to Josephine's palace or Monet's gardens. Pick up your rental car and head for the Loire valley, the garden of France. Sleep in a wine-making chateau and visit opulent, historical neighbor chateaux during the day. Accompany the family dog on a truffle hunt. Take a room at a peaceful working farm, and join the family for a freshly-made dinner with fish caught in the local stream. Stay in a former monastery or medieval fortress. Visit a porcelain museum or one dedicated to your favorite writer. Go horseback riding or hot-air ballooning. The possibilities are endless...how much time do you have?

Rustic Italy and the Dalmatian Coast

Rent a villa in Tuscany or Umbria. When you just can't take the beautiful scenery, quaint villages, beautiful countryside, delicious food and local wines any longer, travel by air or ferry across the Adriatic to the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia. Said by many to be the most glorious coastline in the world, the thousand islands dotting the Adriatic waters make for splendid sailing adventures on a chartered boat. Before you head back to reality, take time to visit historic walled Dubrovnik and ancient Split, a UNESCO world Heritage site.

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Taste the offerings at a historic family winery in the Loire Valley

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