The Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour in London, that place where every Harry Potter fan has to pay a visit in its lifetime, and probably the most magical place on earth. This is the actual studio where much of the saga was filmed, so everything...

Oh Venice, it's true what they said. No matter how often you've seen Venice through films and photos, the real thing is more surreal than you could ever imagine. VENICE RECOMMENDATIONS - Walk, walk, walk. I always say that this is the best...

From Reykjavik, we drove East along the Route 1 ring road that follows the Iceland South Coast. It was to be a long journey covering 800 miles, but our tour guide Regna made it exciting with stories of changelings and trolls, and the outstanding views...

Although I left Brussels some days ago am still dreaming of its food. But boy, I have to admit that if I had stayed for long, probably would've fallen into an eternal food coma :? Before arriving at the city, I only had in mind waffles,...

The British capital is one of the most amazing cities in the world. A constant hive of fun activities, amazing sights and its cosmopolitan and frenetic life, is what make that every year millions of people visit it. But, on the other hand, is often...

Pisa is a Tuscany gem, known worldwide mostly for its Leaning Tower, that awakens the interest of everyone for its peculiar inclination. The reality is that apart from the tower, there is very little to see in Pisa, and the main tourist area can be...

The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona, is one of the most popular destinations in Spain. This city is full of nice architecture, good cuisine, terraces perfect for people watching, among others. But if you fancy a change of pace or you’re keen to explore the Catalan life...

Cinque Terre is one of the most iconic highlights when visiting Italy. The five villages are authentic, with a perfectly conserved architecture, only a few roads and a network of stunning mountain and coastal trails connecting the towns. The rugged coastline or the pretty romantic villages - or...

A few days ago, my sister, Berta, and I decided to spend the Easter’s Holidays in the beautiful National Park of Cinque Terre. This small region at the North of Italy, and in particularly their seaside villages, has stolen my heart at first sight. And it...