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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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Jules Verne’s recommendations to keep yourself busy

Staying in can be just as fun and productive as going out...

March 2020 • Jules Verne

How to stay fit at home

Read some tips about how to maintain a healthy mind and body while social distancing.

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Recommended reading for 2020

“An hour spent reading is one stolen from paradise” – Thomas Wharton

March 2020 • Jules Verne

2021 Tour Inspiration

With travel plans currently on hold, you can keep your travel spark alive by starting to think about 2021.

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Travel movies to inspire your wanderlust

Nothing can transport you like an amazing movie...

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Can I freeze it? Yes you can!

As we look for more ways to keep our kitchens well-stocked, we at Jules Verne have put together some tips to help you make the most of your fridge and freezer space.

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Museums around the world that you can explore virtually

Art lovers can view thousands of paintings, sculptures, installations and new work online.

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Explore the World virtually

We bring you a collection of amazing places you can visit without leaving your comfy sofa.

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Apple Strudel

A classic apple strudel recipe can't be beaten! Be sure to serve with cream, ice cream or custard.

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Ten traditional dishes from around the World

Enjoying global cuisine at home is a great way to learn about and appreciate the world, with all of its diverse ingredients and exciting flavours.

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Comforting films to watch while social distancing

Movies can provide much-needed escapism and comfort in difficult times.

March 2020 • Jules Verne

How to make homemade bread

Discover the joys of homemade bread!

March 2020 • Jules Verne

Fish Amok

Traditionally cooked in a banana or palm leaf, Amok is a celebratory dish from Cambodia.

February 2020 • Jules Verne

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