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This popular region of Spain includes Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca, and Formentera. Here’s how to plan—and enjoy—a trip to the archipelago.
Ensconced in the heart of Provence’s mystical wine country sits a stately residence, home to the Marquis de Saporta and his family for more than 300 centuries. As a private château, only royals, VIPs, and dignitaries—most notably Queen Elizabeth—were privy to an overnight stay.
The breathtaking Balearic Islands consist of four contrasting islands; Mallorca, the grand dame, hails as queen of the resorts, party paradise Ibiza has matured to include eco-centric options, while both Menorca and Formentera remain quaint and idyllic in look and flavour. Can’t decide? Read on to discover which of these mesmerizing islands best suits your pleasure.
A cutting-edge cultural hub with wondrous architecture and world-class gourmet bites, Barcelona appeals to all the senses with her enchanting Mediterranean appeal. Make the most of a whirlwind 36-hour Catalan capital adventure.
You know the Balearic Islands for their azure waters sprinkled with secret coves and untouched beaches. But such incandescent charms are only the beginning on this diverse and cultured destination.
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Barcelona’s Plaça del Duc de Medinaceli has a rich pedigree of important residents, from the ordained brothers who built a Franciscan convent there during the 13th century to the Catalonian aristocrats who constructed elegant manor houses along its perimeter in the 1800s...
Barcelona’s storied past comes alive at many of the city’s charmingly weathered drink dives where, for decades, the classic gintonic (G&T) was the undisputed king of the night. But a recent wave of craft-centric cocktails bars has swept Europe, and Barcelona has, thankfully, come along for the ride.