Spring is just around the corner, we can already feel it in the air! Are you also excited to finally go on trips again without your winter jacket? To assure you a great start to the warmer seasons with a lot of culture, we have put together our top 5 favorite European destinations for cultural travel this spring. Enjoy! Where would you like to go first
Barcelona was calling! This year we had a booth at the world’s biggest event for innovation and connectivity, the Mobile World Congress (#MWC22). Read on to get on overview of the fair and to learn more about our experience there.
La Sagrada Familia is an extraordinary religious building located in the gorgeous city of Barcelona, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Spain, and, of course, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ve seen its pictures so many times, or even admired it in person, but how much do you really know about this Catalan gem? Let’s learn some interesting facts about Gaudí’s Masterpiece.
If you’ve ever been to Barcelona you know that it’s one of a kind city, with its special spirit unique architectural landmarks, and it’s mostly because of one man — Antoni Gaudí. Gaudí designed many buildings around the city of Barcelona, and you’d be able to recognize them without anyone showing you which ones those are. Here we bring you the list of Gaudí’s most interesting buildings in Barcelona, so keep reading.
Not so long ago we published a list of 10 most unique buildings in Europe. There are so many unusual and extraordinary architectural wonders across the old continent, and it’s impossible to list all of them in one post. We’ve prepared a second part of that blog post for you, so keep reading and enjoy.
Architectural wonders around Europe are numerous, and you will see so many great buildings and landmarks that you’ll love. From classical buildings to the most eccentric and even weird ones, you will see so many different styles. For this list, we picked some of the buildings that we found the most interesting — the 10 most unique buildings in Europe.
We’re sure you admired all those beautiful buildings that you stumbled upon when you visited Vienna, Prague, Budapest, Brussels, and other European cities, right? In case you were wondering, many of them might be built in the Art Nouveau style. Do you want to learn a little bit about this gorgeous style while dreaming of your next trip? Keep reading because you’re about to find out everything you need to know about Art Nouveau in Europe.
Aren’t we all sometimes seeking a way to get away from everything and everyone we know? One of the best things to do in such moments is definitely to go on a vacation to a new place all by yourself. Solo traveling is a very special and unique thing to do — you’ll get to know a new culture, meet some cool people, and in the end get to know yourself a little bit better and push your own limits a bit. If you’re looking such experience and don’t know where to start, check out the list of the 5 best countries for solo travelers.
We all have that one city that we are dying to get back to. One of ours is definitely Barcelona. Everything in Barcelona is perfect, the people, the streets, the food, the beaches… You can’t have bad times in Barcelona. And it’s perfect no matter what season of the year it is. Here we are bringing you 8 things you will love about Barcelona, and sure there is more.
We bet that you love discovering different cultures and admiring astonishing architectural work when traveling (who doesn’t), and some of the best spots to do so are churches. You must admit, even if you’re not that into religious stuff, the places of worship do offer a unique experience of the new culture, especially in Europe, since religion plays a major role in its history. In this blog post, we bring you our favorites – the 10 most interesting churches in Europe.