What I love the most about my visits to Europe is how you can learn so much not just from its literature, but also from taking a tour, walking around, or admiring their surrounding architecture.

There are countless cities and villages like these, but when in France a visit to Saint-Emilion, a World Heritage Site, is a wonderful passage back in time.

Start your visit in Saint-Emilion’s city center, head over to their tourism office, and schedule a tour.

Of course, it’s fine to tour the city on your own, but a guided tour will take you through some pretty special places, such as to the underground tunnels of the Monolithic Church, accessible only with a tour guide.


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