Strolling through the Casa Batlló is like a dive into an underwater world created by Gaudí. In this guide, we tell you everything you need to know to organize your visit to Casa Batlló (types of tickets, opening hours, and discounts) and curiosities for you to enjoy and learn as much as possible in this living architectural jewel that became one of our favorites visits in Barcelona.
We traveled through the entire archipelago of the Azores for 2 months, getting to know its 9 islands, and still it was not enough. We tried to soak up as much as possible of the culture and beauty of each island, we understood how different they are from each other and the idiosyncrasies that make it seem more and more absurd to speak of “the Azores” as one and the same, especially when we were there. They are different loves and together they form a paradise that deserves to be unveiled slowly, without haste and with respect, and if possible from east to west, leaving, in our opinion, the best for last.
In this guide we try to summarize everything to see in each of the nine Azorean islands, with practical recommendations for those who are organizing the trip before arriving (from things to do, accommodations and even restaurants) and useful tips for those who are already setting foot on this paradise in the middle of the Atlantic.
São Jorge is an island that concentrates an imposing natural beauty in its narrow, elongated and mountainous silhouette, which looks like a dragon. It hides some of the most beautiful trails in the archipelago, incredible natural pools and is highly addictive for cheese lovers. And yet, the best of São Jorge is impossible to convey in pictures or words. In this guide, we try to reflect all that São Jorge has to offer with practical suggestions, itineraries from 2 to 7 days, where to sleep, and even where to eat so that your trip to the dragon island is as incredible as ours was.
São Miguel is the largest and most populated island of the Azores, also the most touristic. It is a very heterogeneous island where there are plenty of plans to spend a week if you want to explore it calmly. In this guide we try to reflect all that São Miguel has to offer with practical tips, itineraries from 2 to 7 days, where to sleep and even where to eat so that you can make the most of your trip to the island.
In this guide you will find everything you need to explore Lanzarote on your own: what to see, weekend, 5-day or week-long itineraries around the island, how to get there, how to get around, where to sleep, and even where to eat.
Fuerteventura hides, in our opinion, the best beaches in the Canary Islands. In addition to beaches, you will find towns full of history, windmills between arid winding roads, kilometer-long dunes and a delicious gastronomy. In this post you will find everything you need to explore Fuerteventura on your own: what to see, how to get there, how to move, where to stay and where to eat.
This guide is written by a Setubalense who loves to get lost and feel like a tourist in her Portuguese land whenever she can. Here you will find the best beaches in Setubal where you can swim, the best restaurants where you can eat good grilled fish and try the fried choco frito and the best places to sleep in the jewel of the Serra da Arrábida and the Sado river where dolphins live.
Touring Vietnam by motorcycle, or a part of the country, is a dream for many travelers. Traveling through its intricacies with total freedom, without depending on bus routes and schedules, helps you to get to know the most authentic of the country at your own pace. However, there are points to consider: it is hard, […]
Turn of the Tide (2023), (Rabo de Peixe in Portuguese, its original title), is the first Portuguese series to enter Netflix’s global Top 10 non-English speaking series and is set in one of our favorite places in the World, the Azores Islands. Two reasons that alone already caught our attention to start watching the first […]
On the first day in George Town (a city in the state of Penang, Malaysia) we were assaulted by that feeling of “I could live here for a long period of my life”. It was in November, we had only been there for a few hours and we had already fallen in love.