Jules Verne open the door to a world of wonders, rich in history, culture and natural beauty, but with so much to explore choosing where to go next can be daunting. Be inspired by our top picks and recommendations.
Savyy workers can get up to 54 days of holiday in 2022 by taking annual leave to make the most of the Bank Holiday weekends.
Taste your way around the globe and discover the history behind some of the world-famous cocktails.
We are delighted to share this Governors' Camp balloon ride video, focusing on photography.
It’s been a very long wait, but 30 September 2021 marks the world’s suavest spy’s return to the big screen with the much-anticipated ‘No Time to Die’.
Read Jules Verne's guide to the best landmarks in the UK. Get inspired for a small group tour to the United Kingdom.
Colourful, chaotic and completely charming, discover the country that stole Hemingway’s heart.
Get up close to some of the world’s most exciting wildlife with these five amazing, nature-focused tour suggestions.
May 5th 2021 marks the 200th anniversary of the death of Napoleon Bonaparte on St. Helena
Whilst we have been unable to travel the world, the staff at Jules Verne have been finding new ways to occupy themselves
For the inveterate armchair traveller, movies provide the perfect dose of escapism, entertainment, and wanderlust
We’ve picked some of our favourite places which we are excited to visit again and experience whilst the crowds are away!
Special Events are included in many of our itineraries, illuminating the country and peoples you are visiting, and for the ‘foodies’ we have quite the selection!
We look for historic hotels to add richness to your visit and enhance your experience of the destination without leaving your hotel!
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