Have you ever been to Barcelona? If you haven’t, firstly please add it to your bucket list. Not only does it have fairly year-round sunny, vibrant weather, it’s also home to some of the most astounding architecture. For someone who has no knowledge, or admittedly any interest in architecture, you cannot help but be wowed as you walk through the cobbled streets that are home to some of the oldest churches, cathedrals and buildings, most of which were designed by the incredibly talented and famous Antoni Gaudí. Look him up – some of it will take your breath away!
I thought there was nothing more fitting than writing my first piece about my favourite place in the world: Paris. Why is it my favourite? Get comfy, and let me tell you about just a small snippet of wonderful and amazing things you can see and do there. To start off with, arguably the most famous landmark in France, if not the world, is Le Tour de Eiffel, or the Eiffel Tower. No matter how many times I re-visit this city, this spectacular 324-metre high piece of iron never fails to take my breath away.