The Catalonian capital of Barcelona might as well be considered Europe’s capital of art. Artists like Joan Miró, Antoni Gaudí, Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Salvador Dalí are just a few of the big names – strong representatives from Catalonia. Museums and art creations by these artists are found in abundance in the city of Barcelona.
The 45th edition of the Voll-Damm International Jazz Festival of Barcelona will start on October 19th and last until December 1st. The organizers already announced some of the guests of this year’s edition of the festival. Chucho Valdes and his Afro-Cuban Messengers will return to Barcelona to perform at Palau de la Musica on October […]
It’s a little hot outside to talk about Christmas markets, those little gems which make Europe look like a fairytale during Winter holidays, but the old continent abounds in various types of markets. From colorful bazaars and fascinating flea markets to beautifully arranged flower stalls and mouthwatering food markets, vendors of every description stand ready to offer tourists quite memorable experiences.
For many of our readers the Black Sea port of Varna may be more memorable as the place Dracula embarked from in the 1992 film version of Bram Stoker’s classic. While Gary Oldman and Anthony Hopkins did a nice job entertaining us, the reality of Varna, Bulgaria is far more entertaining. Argo Travel decided to take a look at one of Varna’s oldest and most famous seaside resorts, Riviera Holiday Club.