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Bologna: Medieval Skyscrapers, Modern Platescrapers

July 21, 2014 - Sin comentarios

This city is famously dubbed "the Fat" - with affection, or course. And it's also known as "the erudite" and "the red"  ("la grassa, la dotta, la rossa"). Why these three? Well, it looms large in gastronomy (being the home of tortellini, Bolog...Leer más

Surfing in Spain

July 15, 2014 - 2 comentarios

With all its coastline, perfect beaches, large waves and strong winds, Spain has over the years has developed has a great surfing tradition since the 1960s. Most of these beaches also offer surf schools for all levels, including beginners. So wit...Leer más

Geneva, Elegant Switzerland à la Française

July 14, 2014 - Sin comentarios

Geneva, Switzerland is in many ways an astounding city, with its restaurants offering lunch menus for 50 Euros; traffic of Ferraris and Aston Martins that puts Arab sheikhs to shame; businessmen closing multi-million deals behind gleaming office w...Leer más

Porto From Above and Below

July 10, 2014 - Sin comentarios

Hilly and cosmopolitan, north Portugal's home of port wine is definitely a place to wander, to lose yourself in its alleyways, stop at its lookout points, and marvel at the sunset and the sky filled with seagulls. With its slightly melancholic air,...Leer más

Pamplona and Its Running of the Bulls

July 7, 2014 - Sin comentarios

And they're off! The handsome, historic capital of Navarre is once again in the midst of its annual close-up on the world stage as the San Fermín festival, with more than a million visitors come to join the fiesta until it staggers to a close on ...Leer más

Barceloneta, Where Beaches Meet Nightlife in Barcelona

July 3, 2014 - 1 comentario

Barcelona never fails to excite, particularly in the summer, when it boasts one of Europe's liveliest big-city beach scenes (and with a bit of sizzle, too, including not just family zones but also gay and even nude sections). And ground zero for aq...Leer más

Summer in Edinburgh

July 2, 2014 - Sin comentarios

One glance up Princess Street is enough to give anyone a boost. Blokes in kilts play the bagpipes alongside businessmen; locals take their dogs out for a stroll; groups of lads hang out downing pints of beer; and thousands of tourists peruse the s...Leer más

A Jammin’ July in Ronda Magazine

July 1, 2014 - 2 comentarios

As we're so pleased to be returning to the Dominican Republic via its capital Santo Domingo, we thought it would be a good time to train the Ronda spotlight on a city that many visitors often overlook in favour of the spectacular Dominican beach reso...Leer más

Windmills, Beaches and Discos in Mykonos

June 27, 2014 - Sin comentarios

Like Ibiza, the name Mykonos has become a byword, especially among Europeans, for the quintessential picturesque Mediterranean holiday playground: sunwashed; fetching beaches bathed in the crystalline Aegean Sea; a natural landscape dotted with whi...Leer más

Green Asturias – the Wales of Spain?

June 26, 2014 - Sin comentarios

Cliffs plummet dramatically to beaches and crashing surf. Lush green hills rise and fall, then keep rising until they swell into the craggy, majestic Picos de Europa range. In the compact principality of Asturias, roughly halfway along Spain's nort...Leer más

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