Sometimes it’s not the main tourist attractions that lure you back to a city, but rather the feel of every day life. See photos of everyday life in Barcelona.
It’s not always about the tourist attractions when you travel, sometimes you need to slow down and notice the simple things like dogs in the Spanish countryside.
At the Museu De Miniatures in Besalú, you’ll find artwork so small that it can only be viewed by peering through a magnifying glass or microscope!
If you’re like me and dream of watching the sunrise over the the Mediterranean, Cap de Creus is the perfect place to check that item off your bucket list.
My first visit to Spain had me sampling tapas for the very first time at Tapas 24 in Barcelona.
Visit Barcelona’s biggest flea market and browse it’s many “special treasures” like underwear, bras, creepy looking dolls and even toilets!
Don’t have time to leave Barcelona to visit a Catalonian winery? Take part in a Spanish wine tasting in the heart of the city.
Visit Antoni Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain and take in the ethereal beauty of the cathedral’s stained glass windows.