Immerse yourself in a ‘View from the Inside’ written by Jules Verne staff and be inspired by our selection of articles with a spotlight on destinations, festivals, events and topics of interest.
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". . . but our focus remained on ancient times and we visited the only remaining Wonder of the Old World, the Great Pyramid of Giza."
A study from Jules Verne about some of the foreign words we use and our understanding of their meaning and where they come from.
We were given some free time to wander the lovely, cobbled streets of Saint-Emilion and although it was raining, we were able to absorb the charm of this village
"After a short flight to Hanoi we were finally on the road to Ha Long Bay, and I couldn’t contain my excitement. It has always been on my bucket list and it didn’t disappoint."
Using the first-hand experience of our travel experts, we have created this first-time traveller’s guide to the region to give you a flavour of what to expect as you travel through this amazing country.
Use our top tips to help plan your first visit to the Venice, and immerse yourself in its unique atmosphere.
History enthusiasts and novices alike will love learning about the Russian Revolution, with your feet on the ground where history happened.
A study from Jules Verne asking people over the age of 50 for their thoughts and priorities when it comes to retirement.
"For me it was all about Registan Square and it did not disappoint. To witness this beautiful square; it deserves multiple views and at different times, in daylight it was amazing and in the evening more so when lit up."
We have put together this guide for the first-time visitor to Holland based on the expert advice and insights of our colleagues.
Leszek Szteinduchert, Commercial Manager, reflects on his 40-year association with Jules Verne, recalling his involvement in planning the original Central Kingdom Express in 1979 and just some of what he has witnessed in his time with the company.
Learn more about the 'Stans and why they make for such a rewarding place to visit.
Walking the original cobbled streets of this UNESCO Heritage Site, you could feel like you’ve stepped back in time...
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