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32-years-old Javier Piña (aka @javiernapi) is the ultimate jack-of-all-trades! Whether with his photos as well or his words, what drives Javier is to tell beautiful stories. With this in mind, he created the @parisenespanol community, an account designed to help Spanish speakers discover the Paris he fell in…

Meet Isma Harvera (@iharvera), a talented photographer from Granada, Spain. With his smartphone only, he manages to capture the beauty of his region. Get to know him and his furry companion John as we discuss his work and the lovely community of Andalusia. Voir cette publication sur…

You might be familiar with the name USE-IT. These free touristic guides edited by volunteers since 2005 are part of a larger initiative to provide low-budget travelers with useful information. The international organization created its first info desk as early as 1971! Over the years, 40 European cities…

One of the best things about the city of London is its incredible diversity. Every area of the capital has its own unique culture and attractions, meaning that truthfully, there is no definitive best place to stay! Depending on your interests, budget, and itinerary, your ideal spot could…

The Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain might be some of Rome’s most famous and beloved monuments, but how about an ancient pharmacy run by monks? Or a secret peephole in a garden of orange trees? Extract yourself from the tourist hordes at well-known destinations and see Rome off…

The time-honored tradition of aperitivo is Italy’s greatest culinary invention. Okay, maybe it’s not pizza, but the ritual of this pre-dinner drink is a true Italian tradition. From the Italian word aprire, ‘to open’, the aperitivo is just that: a fresh, light drink to open your palate and…