The Balearic Islands are one of those destinations where you visit once and definitely want to go back. These islands have a special charm that you could say is out of the ordinary because of their beauty, which makes it hard not to be captivated. You will find dream coves, beautiful sunsets and boundless nature. You can also enjoy the islands as you like, with all the peace you are looking for or experiencing the craziest nights you ever imagined.
The maravillosa and world-famous island of Ibiza, part of the Balearic archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea, is one of the most well-known spots and most important tourist attraction along the entire Spanish coast, an authentic paradise on earth. Not only that, but the island’s tourist season extends through October.
France, a rich and incomparable culture that amounts to good wine, museums and fashion, as well as famous monuments and beautiful landscapes.
France is synonymous with Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum and the Père-Lachaise Cemetery. It is also the country of centralism of Louis XIV, the battles of Napoleon and the France of the De Gaulle era, with its great museums and its respect for ecology.
The fabulous capital of Germany is an interesting and very important historical setting for understanding the history of Europe and the world. Berlin is the most populated city in the country and is also a constituent state. It has 12 districts, but most attractions for visitors are located in the center of the city such as Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg and Mitte.
Orlando is one of the favorite destinations for children and adults and one of the cities that receives the most visits per year. This is due to the wide variety of attractions and theme parks that the city offers since you can immerse yourself in a world of fantasy where adults turn into children again and little ones have fun like nowhere else.
Hugging the beach, the hotel Catalonia Royal Ses Savines is located near one of Ibiza’s largest and most charming towns, Santa Eulària des Riu. This hotel opened its doors in May 2017 and is exclusively designed for an adults-only experience for an exclusive and pure European-style vacation.
Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos), celebrated from 31 October into the first days of November, is a holiday throughout Mexico and one of the country’s most beautiful traditions. It’s important to note that UNESCO recognizes this day as Intangible Cultural Heritage, as well as serving as an activity uniting all communities.