Trace the footsteps of Picasso in Barcelona

Born in Malaga, Pablo Ruiz Picasso came to Barcelona (Spain) in 1894 at the age of thirteen because his father had been hired as a teacher at Llotja, the city’s School of Fine Arts. Picasso, although a teenager, as a child prodigy, studied in Llotja. In Barcelona he would become a man, mature artistically and…

A virtual visit to 6 unique European squares

Squares are an integral part of a city and are usually the focus of its daily life. A city or a village is often characterised by the beauty of its squares. In this article we revisit six of our favourite smaller squares in European countries, which are often overshadowed by larger and more spectacular ones….

A zip line across time zones and countries

Zip lines have become extremely popular all over the world. In adventure parks, jungles, lakes and mountains, zip lines could be found everywhere. But there is a zip line where a passport (or E.U. Id) is required. It is called LimitZero and starts in Sancular de Guadiana in Spain and ends on the other side…

Gaudi’s Barcelona

The Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi left his infinite mark on the city of Barcelona in Spain. His influence is everywhere in the city and his most famous works are described in this wonderful video by “Travellers Bazaar” :