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Medical Tourism in Southeast Asia

Published on November 19, 2018 | by Andrea Guerriero

We all travel for work and pleasure. Travelling for affordable beauty treatments is another growing category of tourism, part of medical tourism. Plastic surgery in the South East is a viable and affordable option if the costs are too expensive... Read the rest


Uriage-les-Bains: a magic formula relying on water

Published on April 24, 2012 | by Elena

There’s a place at the foot of the Belledonne Mountains, just 15 minutes from Grenoble, renowned as the traditional home of the hydrotherapy industry in Isère, in the french region Rhône-Alpes: this is Uriage-les-Bains, or just Uriage, a spa town... Read the rest


Family-Friendly Spas in the Uk

Published on February 22, 2012 | by Daniela

In recent years, spas have become the holiday hotspot par excellence. Although many spas around the world only allow adults in, we would like to choose one country – the UK, to be precise – and introduce you to some... Read the rest


Europe’s most beautiful Spa, is in Rome!

Published on January 27, 2012 | by Elena

Imagine that pure relaxation on Friday evenings soaking in your bath tub. Treacherous. Closing your eyes you’re already imagining yourself in a true spa, pampered by magic healing waters and delicate massages. And what if, instead of a normal spa,... Read the rest


Saturnia magic: Between Myth and Reality

Published on August 23, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero

Saturnia: the place where, according to many, was built the first city of the Italic civilization. According to legend, Saturnia originated by the thunder hurled to earth by the god Saturn, and nowadays it is a hamlet of Manciano, so... Read the rest

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