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  • The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma

    The Cathedral of Mallorca, also known as La Seu, is certainly the gem of Mallorca. Especially the construction and the different 'styles' that the Cathedral shows are wonderful to see. The construction of the Mallorca Cathedral took about 300 years for it to be...

  • Los Cármenes

    I wanted to give you a brief summary of Los Cármenes. They could be described as "typical gardens" of Granada. source On the way to the Alhambra, we find this area that is characterised by its cobbled streets, white houses, its high location in Granada, its always...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Granada, one month ago
  • Juliet's Tomb

    The history of love in Verona Verona was the second most popular holiday destination in Italy after Venice in the hot summer of 2013, so we took a direct train to Verona which, if I remember rightly, cost us little more than 9 euros, which is quite a reasonable price...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Verona, one month ago
  • The Cathedral of Brussels

    Introduction The Cathedral of Brussels is known as the Church of St Michael and St Gudula and is located a few meters from the center of the Belgian capital. It has not become one of the most characteristic symbols of Brussels, like the Grand Place or the Atomium have,...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Brussels, one month ago
  • Martim Moniz

    This square is located in the end of Avenida Almirante de Reis and is also the continuation of the cultural variety of the avenue. Here you can find lots of bars, caffes, restaurants and markets. There is a really nice rooftop that overlooks the square and the Saint...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, one month ago
  • Avenida Almirante de Reis

    This avenue is the most international place in Lisbon. Here you can find so many different nationalities: Turkish, Nepalese, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, China, and the same goes for African countries. If you wish to find something unusual and you can not find it in...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, one month ago
  • Parque Eduardo Sétimo

    Parque Eduardo Sétimo is a big park in Lisbon whose name is in honor of England's King Edward the Seventh, after his visit to the country in the twentieth century. The park is located in the heart of Lisbon. It goes from the top of the São Sebastião hill to the...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, one month ago
  • Terreiro do Paço

    Terreiro do Paço, ou Praça do Comércio, is one of the biggest squares in Lisbon and in Europe. It's name comes from the commerce that happened here. It is located right in front of the Tagus river, and in the heart of the city's historical center. It is really wide,...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, one month ago
  • Castelo de São Jorge

    Castelo de São Jorge, or Saint George Castle, is the iconic castle of the city of Lisbon, situated in one of its many hills. Its name is in honor of Saint George, the Patron Saint of the Crusades and Cavalries. King John the First ordered its contruction in the...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, one month ago
  • origo

    Origo Mall is located in downtown Riga right next to the city's hub. It features shops, cafes, restaurants and services, and a direct connection to the Riga Central Railway Station. You can visit all kinds of different shops here, buy souvenirs, coins, exchange...

    0 by Harry, in What to see Riga, one month ago
  • The Botanical Garden of Coimbra

    We have already talked about enough parks and gardens, such as the "Jardim da Sereia" in Coimbra, the Joan Fuster Park and the Jardinet in Gandía. But we still have many more to explain, as is the case with the Jardim Botânico de Coimbra (Botanical Garden of...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Coimbra, one month ago
  • The Croix-Rousse Market

    Market's are something very characteristic of France. They are different from those in Mexico because they are only available on certain days and at certain times. Let's say they're more like our "tianguis" (street markets). source Being a big city, Lyon has several...

    0 by Kate, in What to do Lyon, one month ago
  • Mercato di Porta Palazzo

    I had a great time in Italy this summer. As I said: it's a country that I have really wanted to get to know and it's been a while since I've taken a real vacation... Yes, because of my thesis. So, once the advanced version was delivered, I was free for a few days to do...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Turin, one month ago
  • DejaVu

    If you are a dart or snooker lover, then you should come to this place. It is a place that is full of students, it is where people gather to see football games, drink a beer and smoke smoke some cigars. Some even study in it, others just go for the snooker and darts. It...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to do Lisbon, one month ago
  • The UCM Summer Swimming Pool

    Although there is still a long way to go before the heat arrives, the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Madrid Complutense University) summer swimming pool is one of the best places to survive the heat of the capital during the hottest months of the year. Getting here...

    0 by Kate, in What to do Madrid, one month ago
  • The Golden Triangle

    The Golden Triangle, also known as "Triangle of Art", is the name that is commonly given to the area of Madrid that includes the three main museums dedicated to the art of the city: the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofia Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. All three of...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Madrid, one month ago
  • Le Bon Marché

    Find yourself middle of 7th arrondisement If you're hanging in 7th arrondisment of Paris, I want to recommend you a place where you can do shopping till the Noel. The outdoor decoration is also very charming. So many people are recording little videos and share them via...

    0 by Su, in What to do Paris, one month ago
  • Hôtel Beaulac (Rooftop bar)

    Beaulac is the most prominent hotel in Neuchâtel. You can access to a rooftop bar even if you're not a client. The beaulac's bar is unique with an incredible view of the Neuchatel lake. If you plan to come during the evening for the sunset you will not be...

    0 by Antoine, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Neuchatel, one month ago
  • The Dog House

    Very nice place to take a break during your Irish journey ! Enjoy a pint of Guinness or Seafood Chowder !  The Dog House is the ideal place to kick back and relax with good friends and delicious food. I've been in Howth for almost a semester and I've been here almost...

    0 by Antoine, in Where to eat Dublin, one month ago
  • Praia Barra

    If you go to Portugal, one place you must visit is Aveiro, its canals make it seem like a little Venice, but you have to go to some of the beaches like the one in Barra. It's a marvel! I'm from Cadiz and here, there are some very pretty beaches but compared to Portugal,...

    0 by Amy, in What to do Aveiro, one month ago

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