Dubrovnik: Medieval Splendour on Croatia’s Adriatic Coast

May 14, 2021 - Sin comentarios

WitR   Astride the intense blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik remains the uncontested reigning queen of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast. Its doughty walls encircle a cobblestone-paved, red-tile roofed old town dating back to the 11th centu...Leer más

Mexico City’s National Palace a Historical Trove

April 28, 2021 - Sin comentarios

  Many travellers flock to Mexico to partake of its paradisiacal beaches and the hopping après-plage nightlife and dining scene. But others are drawn as much or more to its truly amazing history stretching back thousands of years, to col...Leer más

Exploring Psiri, Athens’ Happening Hipster Hub

April 5, 2021 - Sin comentarios

photos | Dimitris Kamaras   Most tourism in the capital of Greece understandably on ancient sites or traditional neighbourhoods such as Plaka. But to get a fuller picture of Athens, visitors might want to turn their attention to some more mo...Leer más

6 Iconic Dishes in Iberia’s Germany Destinations

March 31, 2021 - Sin comentarios

kabVisio   More and more travellers - yours truly included - consider the pleasures of the palate an essential factor when planning a trip. Beyond museums, history and nature, which of course are also important, planning what to eat or what ...Leer más

Enjoying Geneva in Springtime

March 4, 2021 - Sin comentarios

omersukrugoksu   Over the years, this blog has amply covered the diverse menu of year-round travel delights offered by this enchanting Alpine country, accessed through the three gateways Iberia serves here: Basel, Geneva, and Zurich. And t...Leer más

Why Lastarria Is Santiago, Chile’s ‘It’ Neighbourhood of the Moment

January 6, 2021 - Sin comentarios

diegogrande   Every city has its fashionable and hip neighbourhoods, of course, and Chile's cosmopolitan capital is naturally no exception; this blog has covered one, Bellavista, and Brasil is another. But these days many consider the cooles...Leer más

A Delightful Rural Getaway in the Pasiegos Valleys of Cantabria, in Spain’s Green North

December 17, 2020 - Sin comentarios

  As we’ve often reported in this blog, the communities stretching across northern Spain – especially Asturias, the Basque Country, Cantabria, and Galicia – offer visitors dramatically different landscapes and climate to much of the...Leer más

Tasty in the Andes: the Cuisine of Ecuador

October 28, 2020 - Sin comentarios

Kalistratova   For those who both love good food and love to travel, exploring new cuisines is always an appealing allure of exploring new countries. And in that sense, the South American country of Ecuador offers some tasty surprises indeed...Leer más

5 Fab Day Trips Out of Valencia

October 22, 2020 - Sin comentarios

venemama   When most people think of Spain's third-largest city, they think of a fantastic urban mix of atmospheric medieval quarter with cutting-edge contemporary - most especially the Santiago-Calatrava-designed City of Arts and Sciences -...Leer más

Delighting in the Dominican Republic this Fall & Winter

October 14, 2020 - Sin comentarios

  While travel is certainly trickier during our "new normal" of 2020, it's certainly eminently doable. And as the weather starts to cool in Europe and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere, many of the islands of the Caribbean is still welcom...Leer más