A thrilling weekend in Barcelona, filled with sun, sport and sensation!
Florence is a city of culture, history and stunning buildings and an eternal metropolis that retains its beauty throughout the year. Regardless of which season you are visiting, or indeed where you’re staying in the city, you’re never far from things to do and see. We’ve collected a few events that take place over the next couple of months and should not be missed if you find yourself staying in this glorious Tuscan gem.
For decades, people have been coming to the Greek island of Rhodes for its clear water, perfect beaches and amazing resorts. If, however, you want to discover some of the island’s lesser-known gems, look no further than this list
Spain is a colourful bouquet of distinct regions, each with their own flavours, fashions and amazing sights. A nation full of history and culture, it boasts an impressive 45 UNESCO Heritage Sites and we’ve chosen our 10 favourites that you have to see if you’re holidaying in Spain.
You can wander in any direction in wonderful Porto and constantly discover something new and fascinating. If in between your exploration of the city, you feel the need to catch your breath and just soak of the pleasant and mild atmosphere that adorns the city, then we’ve got a few suggestions for you.
This weekend sees the start of the European phase of the Formula 1 season with The Santander 2017 Spanish Grand Prix kicking off in the beautiful city of Barcelona, and we’ll be there to enjoy the octane-infused entertainment with over 1,000 Fleetway holidaymakers.
Chasing the Northern Lights, however, is an unpredictable art form which sometimes can leave you with time on your hands, where you’re just waiting for the phenomenon to appear. Bringing a book with you will help you while away the wait during the dark winter nights, and what better way to enjoy Iceland than to immerse yourself in some local literature.
Each region in Spain is fiercely proud of its local identity and culture and regardless of where you find yourself in this vast and fascinating country, you’ll quickly discover that one of the cornerstones in every regional self-image is the local food. We’ve collected (and sampled) the five following dishes, yet these are just a few examples of the great variety of dishes you’ll find in Spain.
Whether you are staying on the mainland, or even on one of the many islands themselves, you can easily travel to and between some of the more remote islands that will give you a glimpse of a more serene part of the Mediterranean, away from the tourists and the developed seafronts.