Mot-clé : culture

June 2017
Un été au Havre, Catène de containers de Vincent Ganivet. juin 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Ludovic Bischoff

A Break June 2017 – A summer in Le Havre: the arty 500th anniversary of the Normandy port!

16 june 2017 A summer in Le Havre: the arty 500th anniversary of the Normandy port! This summer hot spot? No, it’s not Saint-Tropez, Portofino or San Diego. It is in Le Havre that you must go and participate in the arty summer event! Does the idea seem absurd to you? Yes, it’s true, but […]

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May 2017
Casa de Maquinas, Yucatan. une halte mai 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Ludovic Bischoff

A break may 2017 – La Hacienda Temozon Sur, Yucatan

Want a beautiful escape? Far from the hustle and bustle of cities and the grey days ? In a country that is not yet invaded by yuppies? Then head towards the Yucatan Peninsula, in Mexico, where we found a charming hacienda, ideal HQ for exploring this magnificent area of ​​the southern Estados Unidos Mexicanos …

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June 2016

A Break June 2016 – 4 reasons to visit Colmar

Colmar is known as the wine capital of Alsace and one of the cities where it rains the less in France thanks to the Foehn effect. A meteorological oddity that brings dry winds on the Vosges Massif slopes beneath which flow Colmar peaceful days. But if we need to rush to the (re) discovery of Colmar, this is for another phenomenon, an artistic one.

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June 2016

The World of Charlie – June 2016

The idea is simple. Obvious. Bright. Yet it was not until May 2016 that the first museum dedicated to the revolutionary and timeless work of Charlie Chaplin opened! And it is in Switzerland, where he ended his days, that the Chaplin’s World unique in the world has just been inaugurated. Follow us in the footsteps of the first mega movie star in history, some guy named Charlot who invented everything or almost …

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April 2016
Une nouvelle Maison Andersen par Kengo Kuma, Odense. C’est maintenant avril 2016. PLUMEVOYAGE. @plumevoyagemagazine. © DR

It’s Now april 2016

A new Andersen, house by Kengo Kuma, Odense. To mark the 211th anniversary of the birth of the famous storyteller, the city of Odense has launched a new project of the Hans Christian Andersen House.

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March 2016
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A Break march 2016 – SPA TIME

PLUME VOYAGE made you a selection of spas around the world, just to do good waiting for spring. Located close to the Bahia Palace, 5 minutes from the Jemaa El Fna Square in the heart of an area of ​​3.5 hectares, the Royal Mansour Marrakech is certainly one of the finest hotels in the world!

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March 2016
Cannes, Hôtel Okko. Breves de voyages mars 2016 PLUME VOYAGE. @plumevoyagemagazine © Hôtel Okko

Travel News March 2016

This week, towards Hong Kong to feast at the new beefbar, Lausanne and a new design hotel where we taste the Swiss white wine, then we head to the Cinq Codet at the ephemeral bar while checking out on our I Pad or I Phone the new travel site signed by Air France. Each month, PLUME VOYAGE Travel News inform you on luxury hotels, boutique hotels and the world of modern travel. Is this giving travel cravings?

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November 2015
Amanera, © Aman @ Plume Voyage Magazine

Travel News November 2015

In November after taking tea in Brussels, reserving seats for skiing at the Prieuré in Chamonix, inaugurating the new concept signed by Banyan Tree in Phuket, getting lunch or a drink on top of slopes in Megève at the Woody, we visit London to feast at the Sexy Fish, in Dominican Republic at the new Amanera in Amsterdam at the W and the Totem in Flaine, the latest flagship by Sibuet. Each month, PLUME VOYAGE Travel News inform you on luxury hotels, boutique hotels and the world of travel.

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October 2015
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A bridge on two shores october 2015 – VENICE OF VENETIANS.

Venetians could have welcomed this new guide about Venice with a pout. This work has yet gathered all their votes and is arriving in France with a valuable recognition. Hailed by the finest Italian magazines the guide “Venice as I like it » by France Thierard, has received a first Italian publication, before arriving in France these days.

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October 2015
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A Break October 2015 – French guest rooms that will make you dream …

Du côté de chez Anne, Strasbourg
Anne? This is Anne Gerber, who transformed her beautiful family house in Colombage, surrounded by a small cottage, a park and an orchard into a guesthouse, the most beautiful among the district of Robertsau. A gem in the city! Inside, instead of yielding to any clean design, Anne chose a contemporary, opulent décor to support beams. The carpet is of three layers, the walls are sometimes gold and bathtubs, as bulging as huge ostrich eggs invite to laziness.

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October 2015
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A Break October 2015 – Taking the time at Baumanière

First there is the light, this light we can only find in the South of France, in Provence, attractive in any season. And then there’s Les Baux de Provence, its wild landscape, rocky movements, steep white masses, surrounding the village with cobbled streets, one of the most beautiful of France. Its cliffs that exacerbate this luminosity trough its whiteness, its castle and its ruins, marquis title given to the family of Prince Grimaldi seem to protect what is set below.
This is here, in the heart of the Alpilles, that Baumanière Les Baux de Provence is nestled.This is where, ine the heart of the Alpilles, Baumanière Les Baux de Provence is nestled.

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May 2015

It’s Now May 2015

To finish off this month of May, we offer you an eclectic selection that will take you from Washington to Riehen and via Languedoc-Roussillon to discover several different sides to contemporary creation. Unless you would rather check out the classicism of the grand Velazquez in Paris.

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