This week we've enlisted the help of other travel writers to bring you the very best things to do, see and eat in Paris, France. We hope these tips and tricks will inspire you to visit the City of Lights.
Often, it's the quirky things that seem to capture the spirit of wherever we travel. Today we thought we'd let you have a peek into the unique street tiles of Lisbon, Portugal. Trust us, Portuguese pavement is definitely worth writing home about.
After spending nearly a month in Portugal, we fell in love with some of Portugals tastiest treats. One of the yummiest of them all was the pastel de nata. Join us the day we discovered the deliciousness at the Casa Pastéis de Belém.
What comes to mind when you think of Seville? Before we set even foot in the city, Seville evoked orange blossoms, flamenco and amazing architecture. And while we did find all that, what we loved most about the city just can't be found in any guidebook. Read on to find out what captured our hearts in Seville.
Every traveler has spent time at over-hyped tourist attractions in their travels. Honestly, often a lot of the biggest attractions just don't live up to their hype. In a city filled with gorgeous, historic architecture, I was expecting Seville's Plaza de España to be a bit of a miss. Turns out I was wrong. Read on to see why the Plaza de España pleasantly surprised us.
We were starting to think that La Carboneria was simply a legend.You know, like the fountain of youth, or a good coffee shop in small town Canada.This iconic flamenco club in Seville might be hard to find but it's definitely worth the trip.
Towards the end of a long road trip we find ourselves walking the cliffs, seeing the sites and reliving the past at the end of the world. Find out why the quiet, wind swept town of Sagres, Portugal captured both our hearts and our imaginations.