Family holidays are an opportunity to create cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Thankfully, the world is filled with stunning destinations, each offering unique experiences that are perfect for families who enjoy both opulence and adventure.
Catalonia is a region in Spain brimming with picturesque landscapes, age-old winemaking traditions, and a passion for wine. Whether you’re a wine enthusiast or simply curious to uncover the secrets of Catalan vineyards, wine tourism in Catalonia is an essential experience.
For those ready to break free from cliched summer breaks and immerse themselves in the hidden gems of sun-drenched Spain, Paradores Hotels & Restaurants offers stays in unforgettable properties in lesser-known spots.
Valencia, a vibrant city on the southeastern coast of Spain, is renowned for its rich history, stunning architecture, and mouthwatering cuisine, not to mention an occasional F1 Grand Prix on its street circuit.
In the heart of the breathtaking hills of Andalusia, Automobili Lamborghini, in partnership with international luxury real estate company Dar Global, has inspired the design of the Tierra Viva complex, located in the exclusive village of Benahavis.
Barcelona, a cosmopolitan and culturally rich city, is renowned for its internationally acclaimed art exhibitions. In July 2023, the art scene in the Catalan city will offer a multitude of captivating options for art enthusiasts.
Food and travel is a match made in heaven. And trying out local cuisine is a crucial aspect of any travel experience. Thankfully, there are countless destinations around the world that will tantalise your taste buds.
Barcelona is an international hub for tourism. With fabulous sunny weather, amazing beaches, world-famous attractions and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it is no wonder that the Catalan Capital is at the top of many people’s bucket list.
NH Collection – NH Hotel Group’s upper-upscale brand – has picked out some of the brightest city breaks in Europe for travellers to enjoy a colourful start to Spring. And in the process, they make a few (perhaps ever so slightly biased) suggestions as to where you could stay.
The experience of sailing through the calm waters of the Mediterranean or the Caribbean, with the wind in your hair and the sun on your skin, is one that many people dream of. But what if you have no experience or qualifications in sailing?
Private jets, the ultimate in highfalutin travel, are the preferred mode of transportation for the creme de la creme. These luxurious flying machines offer an unparalleled level of comfort, privacy, and speed that regular airlines can’t even begin to compare with.
The Catalan capital is packed with things to do and explore. On your travels, though, it is essential that you stay in and explore the best neighbourhood for you. From the historical Gothic Quarter to the vibrant El Raval, this is our list of the top 5 best neighbourhoods in Barcelona.
Characterised by its winding romantic streets, and old roman feel, Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter should certainly be on your list of places to visit on your travels to the Catalan capital.
Ibiza is the luxury island of the rich and famous and a popular destination for “top end” villa renters looking for sun, fun and party time. If you’re planning a trip, it’s likely that you are hoping to immerse yourself in the legendary world of nightclubs.
Widely regarded as Spain’s national dish, what is more authentic than paella? This flavourful rice dish, packed with fresh seafood, meat and vegetables, is just about as delicious as it gets and should be an absolute essential part of your trip to Barcelona.
In Spain both the 6th and the 8th of December are bank holidays, meaning there is always a fun buzz around the city at this time as locals take some much needed time off to celebrate the Día de la Constitución and the Día de la Inmaculada Concepción.