Probably one of Austria’s most spectacular destinations, Hallstatt has become very popular in recent years. And no wonder, given its stunning location and fairytale-like scenery. Whether you’re planning an adventure to Hallstatt by car or by train, we got all the tips you need for an amazing day in the Austrian Alps. Let’s dive into our mini-series where we explore Austria’s most beautiful lakes: Hallstatt and Hallstätter See!
Follow our mini-series where we introduce you to some of the most stunning lakes in the Austrian Alps. After discovering Offensee and Hallstätter See, explore with us another one of Austria’s most beautiful lakes: Traunsee! Here’s all you need to know before planning your trip to Gmunden and Ebensee, the picturesque Upper-Austrian towns surrounding Traunsee!
Portugal is our favorite winter sun destination in Europe. Let us introduce you to the magic of Lisbon in winter! Colorful cobbled streets bathed in sunshine, eclectic graffiti art, spectacular sunsets, and unique street performers. Ready to start your Portuguese winter adventure?
Looking for Europe’s warmest destinations to escape winter this year? Discover the Top 5 Winter sun destinations in Europe and beyond, a list of places where the sun is ever-present and the sandy beaches are awaiting, no matter the season! Hop on the journey to Europe’s hottest destinations…
With over 70 Christmas markets to choose from, a weekend in Berlin can be quite a challenge for Christmas enthusiasts! If Berlin is your next travel destination, grab a cozy blanket and a cup of tea and let’s dive into the Top 3 Berlin Christmas markets! P.S. A Christmas surprise is waiting for you at the end of this guide...
Ready for a sunny getaway? If there’s one thing you can’t miss in Barcelona, it’s the colorful Boqueria Market! Barcelona street food looks and tastes amazing here! Vegan, vegetarian, meat lover, this market caters for all tastes! And to top it up, the colors are extremely photogenic!
How to get there
Boqueria Market or Mercat de la Boqueria is easily reachable from the Liceu (L3) metro stop. The vibrant food market is within easy reach from La Rambla, Plaça de Catalunya or nearby neighborhoods such as El Raval or the Gothic Quarter.
It is open everyday from 8AM to 8PM, except for Sundays, when it’s closed. You don’t need a ticket, just get inside and enjoy the colorful adventure!
Barcelona is quite a green city. It boasts many wonderful parks, and we can name a few – Ciutadella Park, Güell Park, Joan Miro Park and so on. But have you heard of the Labyrinth de Horta Park? Easily reachable by metro or bus, away from the crowded touristy places, Barcelona Labyrinth Park is the perfect destination for a day of relaxing in the sun!
Get lost in the labyrinth!
The history of the Barcelona Labyrinth Park of Horta goes back all the way to 1792 when an Italian engineer designed the gardens for the owner of the estate at the time, Joan Desvalls, the Marquis of Llupià and Alfarràs.
In other words, even now, despite the passage of so many years, the place still looks deeply grounded in history and it’s quite the fairy tale scene.