Porto is Portugal’s second largest city after Lisbon. It has its own style, traditions, and a practically endless list of activities, a destination worth exploring on peaceful strolls through the city’s picturesque streets.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands and its charm makes it one of the world’s most popular destinations. Dominated by the volcanic mountain Mount Teide, the tallest in Spain at 12,198 feet, it is the perfect place to enjoy the sun and beach in a clean and beautiful environment with all the necessary tourist services; a fertile destination in hidden corners that are not always easy to reach.
Right in the historic heart of Zaragoza and a few meters from the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar is the maravilloso Catalonia El Pilar. It is located in a charming building from the early twentieth century with a modernist style that still has its original wooden elevators, wrought iron embellishments and is considered a tourist attraction in the city.
It is one of the least known and most beautiful destinations in Croatia, Plitvice National Park.
To reach this magical place from Dubrovnik you must travel a considerable distance of a little more than 400 kilometers and we promise you that it is worth making the effort to reach this wonder given to us by nature.
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.