The Weird and Wonderful: Unusual Things To Do in Tuscany

Tuscany is a beautiful part of Italy. Florence, Pisa, and Siena all boast some incredible sites. The Duomo is spectacular, the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a must see, and the Piazza del Campo hosts one of the year’s most anticipated cultural events... Read More

  • 22 Unusual Things to Do in Venice

    St. Mark’s Basilica. The Doge’s Palace. Textbook Venice vacation sites. Yawn. Boooooorrrriinnnnngggg. Okay, not exactly. They are two fantastic attractions, and if you ever find yourself in Venice, you’d be mad not to visit them. But, what about, as Robert Frost might say, “the road less traveled.” That’s right, all those unusual things to do... Read More

  • Your Guide to La Merce Barcelona 2018 the City's Biggest Party

    It’s time to start getting ready for La Merce Barcelona 2018. Every year in early fall Barcelona throws this massive, largely free, street party. Imagine a city-wide Festa Major and then multiply that by about 100 and... Read More

  • 25 Things to Know Before Traveling to Barcelona

    Get the most out of your holiday and take a second and read through our list of things to know before traveling to Barcelona.  1. Catalonia is not Spain[src-1]Okay, it is really. But, it's a tricky situation,... Read More

  • A Full Day of Things to do in El Raval

    For many who visit Barcelona, a trip to one of the city’s oldest and most vibrant barrios, El Raval, won’t make it onto the itinerary. This is a shame. El Raval is a cultural melting pot that celebrates its confluence of culture in the minutiae of everyday life. Down the narrow tangle of the area’s medieval streets, you hear Catalan, Spanish, Arabic, Urdu, and Tagalog pouring over balconies, out of shop fronts, from cafes and in squares. Thai and Indian restaurants sit alongside tapas and pintxo joints. Boutique shops sell pricey crafts next... Read More

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