One week in San Juan part 1

Out of all the islands in the Caribbean that one could travel to coming from Europe, perhaps Puerto Rico isn’t at the top of the list in terms of popularity. With places such as Cuba, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Barbados, Antigua, etc., this associated free state of the United States might fall under the radar a bit. However, it provides an urban experience as well as a natural one, an ideal destination for the combination of history, culture, gastronomy and nature.

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Hidden gems of Barcelona

Barcelona is a city that every traveller knows about. Its main landmarks, monuments and best restaurants are known to all who enjoy travelling but there are gems that are hidden in the Catalan capital that only a few lucky ones know about… until now.

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Cheap places to eat in Venice

It would be hard to argue against the fact that Venice is the most beautiful city in Europe. The canals, the palazzi, the gondolas and the narrow fondamentas make this city a unique one. However, beauty comes at a price and Veniceis also just as expensive as it is beautiful; in other words, very. Of all the districts in Venice, San Polo and San Marco are the most expensive ones due to being where the tourists concentrate, but there are also places here where you can eat for a lot less money and a lot better than your usual pizza/pasta tourist traps.

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