This cozy but lively destination is worth the weekend visit if you’re traveling in Spain.
Looking for a way to see the city from above? The gondola is a perfect, and cheap, way to get to see the whole city at once!
On a hot sunny day, take a dive into Aquàrium Barcelona and cool off with different Mediterranean aquatic life. Make sure to say hi to Nemo as you explore the depths!
Despite the sandy beaches being established just thirty years ago, Barcelona has a booming surf culture.
Strolling through the streets of Barcelona you are sure to come across one of the many playgrounds that are integrated into the city. Unlike most big cities, Barcelona should be regonized for incorporating a fun, safe, and accessible place for children to play.
Tucked away in the streets of Aix-en-Provence, France, a store full of Harry Potter merchandise and magic helps us to feel at home.
Follow us for a trip to Merseilles, France. It is the oldest city in France located on the coast of Mediterranean. There, we found a hidden beach and spent our hot day enjoying the salty water.
While spending time in France, we learned of the city’s traditional almond candy. The treat’s legendary history put it at the top of the list for us to try.
Look up to see the lives of the locals through Barcelona’s beautiful balconies.
Ah… welcome to France! Best known as the land of romance, baguettes, and…pigeons? Yes, pigeons. You read that right. Buckle in to take flight as you experience the enlightenment of how these birds have created a name for themselves on the streets of Aix-en-Provence.
Towering over the vast city of Barcelona, the view from Park Güell is enough to make even the Sagrada Familia look small.
Travel through time and experience a piece of history that combines both religion and art through the main cathedral in Aix-en-Provence.
While walking along the lower end of La Rambla, a monument can be found pointing towards the sea. The statue was constructed in honor of Christopher Columbus’s voyages, located at the port where he met the monarchs after his first voyage to America.
As regular H&M shoppers, we walked along the busy sidewalks to check out an elevated shopping experience. Living in a city means you can head to your favorite mainstream stores straight from classes.
The Barcelona Zoo has 32 entire acres of space that provide a home for dozens of unique species of animals, that range from the mundane stick bug to the grandiose elephant.
Tarragona. Just an hour and 30 minutes away from the metropolitan city of Barcelona. Here you enjoy history, the beach, and cute aesthetics.
Take a look into Barcelona’s culture from the comfort of Sant Jordi Hostels Rock Palace.
While exploring the bustling streets of Barcelona, you never know what or who you will run into. From famous F1 drivers to a family of parrots, you’re truly exposed to the unexpected.
Come along with us as Group 13 experiences one of the most admired and beloved races across the world. With a POV-style TikTok and some great commentary about the atmosphere and the rush of racing, you’re sure to have a great time with this blog post.