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March 30, 2023 | Osaka
This warm, sunny day began with a choice of three enriching excursions. Some chose to visit the Kyoto Prefecture, seeing the elegant, gold-leafed Golden Pavilion, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After appreciating its beauty — and reflection in the nearby pond — we continued to the delightful garden, where the song of Japanese bush warbler and scent of azalea and forsythia filled the air.Read More
In-the-know spots for a visit to Québec’s cultural capital.
Not all visitors to Montréal know that Québec’s largest city – located at the confluence of the Ottawa and Saint Lawrence rivers – sits on an island. But most seem to know, or at least have a sense, of another intriguing fact: “Montréal has the second-largest number of restaurants per capita in North America (after New York),” Virtuoso advisor Jessie Cassar says. “Montréal is a walkable, loveable city, and a year-round destination thanks to its easy public transportation and underground city system dubbed ‘the RESO’.”
From Vieux Montréal district’s cobblestone streets to the friendly, residential Verdun neighborhood, save this list of best places to eat, drink, and shop.
From foie gras to boeuf bourguignon, and all kinds of delicious pastries in between, France is world-renowned for its delicious food. It is, after all, the country that coined the term ‘Haute Cuisine’. Producing over eight billion bottles of wine a year — from Champagne and fifteen other wine regions — France is also home to some of the world’s best wines. Study up on our guide to French food and wine, and on your next Azamara voyage to France, you’ll dine comme un rois (like a king).Read More
Booking a vacation on your own, especially when COVID-19 is creating so much uncertainty, is not a great use of your time and money. Here are our top 7 reasons why you should book your next vacation with one of our travel advisors and save yourself some stress, money, and most importantly, time.Read More