Bask in the beauty of Barcelona, that has not only amazing Modernisme architecture but an amazing history as well.
And a city centre that reflect the decades gone by: Romans, Christians, Jews and artists have all made their mark on the capital of Catalunya.
Follow in the footsteps of Saul Schwartz as he discovers Barcelona for the very first time.
Antoni Gaudi was one of the most creative and innovative architects in the history of mankind.
Gaudi shattered conventional ideas of architecture. He created buildings that elevated the influence of nature in the man-made, reflected his faith and defied rules of symmetry. Today Gaudi is synonymous with Barcelona.
Follow Saul Schwartz in the architectural footsteps of the Catalan genius.
This the ninth-largest city in Spain is a great mashup of colonial style history, party-happy tourists, wave-riding surfers and locals, enjoying one of the best climates in Europe.
Here, you can surf the waves, catch a sunbeam, shop till you drop and drink till you’ve had enough. Which means, that you have 6 more fun things to try out!
Exclusivity, tranquility and an unspoken promise of a magical night out are the features, that characterise these of our favourite Rooftop hideouts in the capital of Spain’s sunshine island Gran Canaria.
Join us in discovering the most exclusive locations and Best Rooftop Bars & Restaurants of Las Palmas.
By Fabiolla Loureiro – www.fabiollaloureiro.com Ah Madrid! One of Europe’s best gastronomy capitals. Travel within the villages of Spain and you will find that each has its own speciality. Travel to Madrid and you will find all flavours from Spain. In Madrid, eating is important. It’s one of life’s premium pleasures. Meaning, a social event…
By Georgina Howard, Pyrenean Experience Zugarramurdi is a rustic Basque village, snuggling in the foothills of the western Pyrenees. While the name Zugarramurdi is quite innocent and means “hill of elm trees”, the village is nowaday far better known for its caves and witches than for its hills and elms, because this is the site of the most brutal…
The story about the brave and reckless knight Roland and his legendary sword Durendal is rooted in historical facts. His story inspired the romantic movement in medieval France and song were sung about him, praising him as the perfect knight. But how much is true? Is fiction better than fact? Fact Roland really was a Frankish…