What is your favorite fairytale destination? Share it with our readers in the comment section below! I love your blog! Very informative and helpful! We want to do London-paris-colmar next June. We have 12 nights 14 days total. Maybe London 5 - Paris 4 — Colmar 3? Do you have suggestions on which order we should visit these cities?
Start with London or Colmar? Also if we fly in OR out of Colmar, which airport to you recommend to cut down travel time as much as possible? We are definitely getting open jaw flights. We live in Chicago. Thank you so much for your help!
Nam Mee. London — Paris — Colmar works great for order. To get home, you will first have to take a train to a nearby city and fly home from here options include Paris, Strasbourg, Basel, or Zurich. Of course, you can do this in the opposite order.
Flight costs and timing might be the biggest determining factor. As for how much time to spend, I think your basic plan is good. We have a 3 day itinerary for the Alsace wine region that will help you out and let you know how to plan your time here. You could take a night from Paris and add it to Colmar, if there is a lot you want to do in this area.
I hope you have a great trip! Hey you guys have been to a place which is not even in my bucket list I could just imagine how amazing it will be thanked for sharing such wonderful information across the internet I would surely share this with m fam jam. We are taking our two children 6 and 9 to Bhutan in October and your wonderful adventures there and everywhere have consolidated our already strong opinion that travelling with children is rewarding for the whole family.
We already did some trekking and travelling with them last summer 7 weeks only though, we are so jealous of your month-adventure! Memories of a lifetime were made.
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We look forward to making many more in Bhutan this autumn and also planning a trip to Costa Rica next Easter. Hello Aude!
Sounds like you had a very nice trip…and 7 weeks is still a long time and a great adventure. Enjoy Bhutan and Costa Rica! Cheers, Julie. We have heard so many great things about Colmar and seen so many photos online that we planned a trip here this summer. These destinations are really perfect. Thanks for sharing this list!
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I will surely visit one of these destinations soon. These places surely remind of some fairy land or Alice in wonderland. Your blog is really very impressive and worth a read. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Sign me up for the newsletter! Zhangjiajie, China Zhangjiajie is one of the most extraordinary landscapes on the planet. Cappadocia, Turkey Cappadocia…the land of whimsical fairy chimneys and peculiar rock formations.
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Our tales are divided into different collections, with the oldest Mythological Cycle stories presented first. Here you can find the Tuatha de Dannan and the Fir Bolg, names which ring down through countless millennia to enchant us to this very day. Then we have the Ulster Cycle and Fenian Cycle , epics telling of heroes like Cu Chulainn and Fionn MacCumhaill, where they came from, how they became heroes, and how they still inspire wonder.
Moving through centuries shrouded in the mists of time the Historical Tales and the Voyages speak of lost lands, strange magical kingdoms and kings whose bones yet rest in the barrows and Duns of Ireland. Gods and demons , monsters and spirits, giants and mysteries roamed the land in those days, often troubling the people and bringing disaster when they felt so inclined! Alongside lived the fairy folk of Ireland , the little folk or the other crowd as some so called them.
Fearsome ghosts fit to chill your very blood as well! The Emerald Isle is a place with a mysterious and marvellous past that few know of, secrets long forgotten or hidden until the time is right, or perhaps never to be revealed again. Come walk among these places with us, come walk the halls of the past. Bards sang songs of her skin as fair as springtime snow and her lips as red as rubies in the ligh Dun Aengus Dun Aengus means "the Fort of Aenghus", and remains one of the most impressive ancient monuments in Ireland, Europe or the world. Perched on the edge of a high and jagged cliff with the grey The Secret of Labraid In ancient days there was an Irish King whose name was Labraid Lioseach, known also as Labraid the Sailor for a long voyage he took into fairy seas, and when he came back from that voyage he was never