Dense, with a deep history and known best for its vibrant orange trees, entertaining flamenco, and delish tapas, Seville is an exquisite choice in travel destination, especially in spring before the sun gets too blistering. Visit the old town of the city to discover quaint streets of cobbled brick and see gorgeous Alcázar Palace. Take in the ambiance of the banks of Guadalquivir, have a traditional hammam in the enchanting baths of Barrio de Santa Cruz, and spend a dime at one of the local markets on a Saturday. I found a 60 lb flamenco dress!
The capital of the world's oldest kingdom has become a vanguard of a nation, pioneering new wave design, art, and architecture as well as inventive and trendy restaurants. With its streets of cozy cobblestones and brightly painted buildings nestled in a tight-knit spot you have one of the smoothest metropolitan experiences at your fingertips. Danish people are known for being friendly, progressive, and apparently are the happiest nationality on Earth- making Copenhagen a nice choice for a smart, relaxed, and nearly unexplored weekend break stop.
From stylish Pest in the east to dignified Buda in the west, this city has all you need to pull out all the stops for a long weekend. Marvel at Budapest's genuine consciousness when it comes to local food, art, and culture coupled together with international grandeur.
Looking for love in all the wrong places? Here's an idea: head to The City of Light for some inspiration. It always sounds cliché to say "I love Paris." Instead, let's parle it en français: J'adore!