Is Barcelona really the tapas capital of the world? Find out in our guide to Catalan cuisine!
Whether you travel by train to Barcelona from Perpignan like we did or you are in Barcelona or Girona and fancy a day trip this guide has you covered. The city of Figueres is the birthplace of Salvador Dali, making this perfect trip for those who are into fantastical art. It's also a lively city … Continue reading Day Trippers: 24 Hours in Figueres
It's France with a Spanish flavour. A look at our journey from Perpignan down to the seaside town of Collioure via Céret a village famed for its cherries and art.
Perpignan is a splendid example of French Catalan culture, but why not make it a long weekend and explore the seaside town of Collioure and the artistic haven of Céret for as little as 1€! Before France becomes a wine induced hazy memory, we wanted to share a couple of day trips around the Pyrénées-Orientales, the … Continue reading Day Trippers: 24 Hours in Céret and Collioure
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If you’re looking for an alternative weekend city break in Europe, then Perpignan could be the perfect trip.
The medieval city of Carcassonne is one of those places that seems almost unreal, but this 12th century castle is waiting to be explored and it can be done in 24 hours!
Languedoc is one of the biggest wine regions in the world. It runs along the Mediterranean coast from south of Toulouse to the suburbs of Montpellier.
Underrated, stylish, captivating and full of character here's our week in the Mediterranean city of Montpellier in all of its unadulterated magnificence!
We didn't expect much from Montpellier while we planned our month long trip from the Alps through Western Europe. The only thing we knew was that it was a bit of a hub for students and not too far from the Mediterranean. After a long struggle with French train strikes and a lot of waiting … Continue reading Montpellier City Guide