There are few cities in Europe, maybe even the world, where you could go for a mountain hike in the morning, see a cathedral over lunch and then lie on a white-sandy beach and watch the sun go down.
In Barcelona, that’s a typical tourist day.
But that’s not all that Spain’s second-largest city has to offer. With world-class restaurants, art, architecture and enough late-night cocktail bars to keep you going for a month, you’ll love getting lost in this city’s labyrinthine streets.
Check out Barcelona’s sublime sunset from the sea with this two-hour excursion. The tour is accompanied with fine wines and champagne from across the Catalan region. Sailing out of the Marina sharing the Spanish waters with neighbouring yachts, there’s no finer way to see the sunset and raise a toast with your partner.
Despite being in Spain, the locals of Barcelona speak their own dialect and have their own regional pride just as strong as any national pride you'll find. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and despite the obvious Spanish roots, there's a unique slant on traditional Spanish culture here.
Between May and June is considered prime visiting times as the balmy weather begins to welcome the Summer and become pleasant for a stroll and Sangria.
Easy - your ten toes. Barcelona is one of Europe's BEST walking cities and the Gothic alleyways and bashful lane entrances are riddled with quaint cafes and art galleries that will leave you stunned they weren't placed in plane sight.
Every year millions of couples from all over the world visit this French capital for a romantic getaway, but there’s more to Paris than just romance.
Do you fancy a beachside city break which combines relaxation and culture? Then, Lisbon is for you.
London is somewhere everyone should visit in their lifetime. With over 2,000 years of history steeped in its pavements, it’s famous worldwide for magnificent buildings, diverse culture and influence on other cities.