Barcelona is among Europe’s most visited cities, and it’s easy to see why – the historic capital of Catalonia is packed with galleries, museums, attractions and thriving restaurants. Set between the mountains and sea, the city is celebrated for its unique architecture, famous artists and urban beaches.
The 7 best Barcelona guided tours
With so much to do, which are the essential guided tours and things to do in Barcelona? To answer just that, we’ve listed the 7 best guided trips in Barcelona plus insider tips to help you plan better, spend less and get more time in Barca. Let’s begin!
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Paris has forever been one of the most loved & celebrated cities in the world. A rich history, legacy of art and culture, elegant boulevards, luxury boutiques, quaint cafes and vibrant street life – there is so much that finds expression in the city of Paris. That said, which attractions in Paris require a tour? This article explores why Paris is best explored with a tour guide and the best guided tours in Paris that you should definitely consider.
Why Paris is best explored with an experienced tour guide?
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For many travelers, a trip to Spain ends with Barcelona and Madrid. But if you’re reading this, we’re hoping you won’t book your return tickets without visiting Seville – the Pearl of Andalucia.
Seville is a city full of gorgeous architecture, vibrant history, and wonderful food. There is the vibrant Flamenco scene, the Moorish architecture, the picturesque plazas and some of the country’s best and most innovative tapas bars. And the best way to see it all is with a local travel guide. Here’s why!
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If you’re planning a trip to Europe and looking at ways to stay connected while travelling, International eSIMs are a great way to go! Here’s a little guide on eSIMs – what are they and what makes them so great for your next trip to Europe.
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Thailand is known for the warm and welcoming nature of its people. Which is probably why it is also called the Land of Smiles. Another rather interesting reason why so many people visit Thailand each year, is that it is situated in the middle of everything – it is about 3 hours from Hong Kong, 2 hours to Singapore, 4 hours to Bali, and halfway between Australia and Europe. And you can get to many places easily from Thailand.
There is no shortage of things to see and do in Thailand. Known for it’s beaches, elephant sanctuaries and the local food, Thailand is also home to hundreds of temples, each with its unique architecture and cultural significance. So we decided to explore Thailand through its rewarding temple culture, before diving into the must-have uber-local experiences.
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