Whether you’re visiting Venice to see the beautiful St. Mark’s Basilica, explore the Doge’s Palace, or just relax and enjoy a gondola ride, there are a ton of fantastic sights, activities, and dishes to try. In fact, there are so many amazing things to do in the Floating City, it may be difficult to choose. We’ve put together a guide to our best Venice tours to help you decide which tour is best for you.
You’ve probably been dreaming of a trip to Paris. Walking by the Seine or eating fresh croissants in the morning is purely magical, but many travelers don’t realize the amount of planning a trip to Paris requires before getting to the point. In this blog, discover some of the main things to know before going to Paris to make for the best trip possible.
Planning your trip to Florence must include a visit to the worldwide famous Uffizi Gallery Museum. For sure your craving for some art history, Renaissance masterpieces and, last but not least, some delicious Italian food, right? But careful, the Uffizi Gallery might take you a while and once you’re out, you’ll have earned your price: some Italian plates in typical restaurants close to the museum. Take a look at this blog to discover the best place where to eat!
If you’re visiting France in July, you can’t miss Bastille Day. Held on July 14, France’s national day is filled with fireworks and parties to honor the turning point of the French Revolution. Check out our guide to learn more about the history of Bastille Day and how to celebrate if you’re in Paris.
When traveling to Barcelona it can be difficult to decide where to stay. Around 8 million international tourists are welcomed every year in Barcelona, as the City Council statistics show. As a visitor, finding the best place to host your stay is one of the main steps that will help you make the most of your vacation in the city. Every corner of the city within its 10 districts and multiple neighborhoods hide magnificent places, therefore, it is important to know your options and set your preferences when choosing accommodation.
As you first enter Paris, whether by taxi, uber or RoissyBus, you’re going to be surrounded by patisseries and boulangeries. That’s because there are 30,000 of them in Paris alone, averaging one every 200 meters. In both places, you can witness French people dart out with large bags and colorful boxes filled with desserts. So, what’s the difference between the two?
Both galleries were founded together with art schools and are still located in their original buildings. These institutions were founded more than 200 years ago. The cities of Venice and Florence both established them to repair and maintain the many artworks in public property of the two cities. Like many art galleries, both have a star in their vast collections: these very special pieces of art come both from Tuscan artists, Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. In this guide, discover the similarities and differences between the Accademia Gallery in Florence and Venice.
Undeniably, Barcelona is one of the main cities to visit in Europe. The culture, museums, architecture, parks, and beaches make the city very attractive; but when the sun goes down Barcelona’s nightlife begins. From the big fancy clubs to the modern pubs and classic old fashion bars, Barcelona has an amazing range of possibilities to make your nights in the city shine brighter than the sunlight that usually illuminates the city. Here we list the best nightlife in Barcelona, so get ready to create some fun memories dancing, drinking, and having a great time.