Anybody who’s read The Count of Monte Cristo can confirm that it’s the best. When you read it, it’ll quickly become a favorite. It’ll also leave you with the burning desire to visit France. Alexandre Dumas does such an excellent job of not only plotting Edmond Dantes’ revenge, but glamorously depicting Paris and Rome, as well as the coziness of Dantes’ home of Marseille.
The book is a tome, so you feel totally immersed in Dumas’ Europe by the end of the 1,000+ pages. But, once you’ve finished your journey with the Count, you may want to visit the real-world destinations. While I haven’t booked your Airbnbs yet, I have pointed you in the right direction. So take a journey through Europe along the same path the Count of Monte Cristo took! If you stumble upon any hidden treasure on remote islands, by the way, please remember who gave you the coordinates.
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