We have visited over 60 cities in Europe and we have chosen our top 15 favorite cities for all types of tourists to visit. We chose the destinations based on three factors: budget friendly, ease to get there and landmarks.
Paris, France is our top one destination because it is
Everyone want to visit the best spots in each country, although sometimes we do not know which ones they are until we get there, or worse, after the trip is over. Well, We are here to help you out.
We have been living in Spain for almost 10 months and had the opportunity
Top Roller Coasters at Parque de Atracciones
Parque de Atracciones is one of the two main amusement parks in Madrid, Spain. Located just at the edge of the city, it is easily accessible by metro or car. The small park has enough rides and experiences to fill your day with fun. There
When visiting Sevilla we happened to stumble upon the Callejeando FOOD FEST. This new food truck festival takes place at the juncture between Puente de los Remedios and el Muelle de las Delicias.
The festival did not only offer many delicious food trucks from around Sevilla and Spain in general. There is
We arrived in Seville, Spain at 6AM, by an overnight bus. Sunrise was not until two hours later at 8:30. Having left Madrid the night before, we were still exhausted, but luckily our hostel let us take a nap on their couch until it was light out.
The city of Seville
Barcelona, Spain is full of a rich history of its people and buildings. Barcelona has been home to many notable artists, including Antoni Gaudí, Salvador Dalí, and for a few years, Pablo Picasso.
We visited Barcelona over a three day weekend, to get full advantage of the short time we had there.
One of the best ways to quickly get to know a city you are visiting for several days is to take a free walking tour when you first arrive. Especially across Europe, there are a handful of companies that provide free walking tours in different cities.
These free tours provide a
Antoni Gaudí is the most famous Catalan architect in history. Born in 1826, Gaudí became the leader of Modernism in Catalonia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In total, seven of his buildings have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
He is the most creative architect we have ever