Les Cases d’Alcanar is a little village known for its marine tradition. The boats of the fishermen are painted with plenty of colors and are in a certain way the image of the village itself. They are part of the landscape just like the seafront, the fish sale and the many restaurants facing the Mediterranean sea. Close to Les Cases d’Alcanar the delta of the river Ebre, the main center of seafood in Catalonia where you can find mussels, clams and oysters.
Particularly interesting the fish market of Sant Carles de la Ràpita where you can see the fishermen disembarking their fresh fish on the beach and the gastronomic days of tuna fish at l’Hospitalet de l’Infant.
An area really worth a stop and a nice eating facing the Mediterranean Sea.
Palacio Liria is a 18th century architectural gem, faithfully rebuilt after its destruction during the Spanish Civil War. This sumptuous neoclassical palace is barely visible from the famous Calle Princesa, because of the growth of its English landscape garden. Commissioned by King Felipe V’s favorite, the Conde Duque de Olivares, Palacio Liria has been the residence of the House of Alba for the last two centuries.
In order to visit Palacio Liria, a special appointment is needed. Inside Palacio Liria there is one of the most important private collections of Spain, with paintings by El Greco, Titian, Fray Engélico and Velasquez.
Rome is the capital city of Italy and is the country’s largest and most populated city, with around 2.7 million people. Its metropolitan area around the city has a population of about 4 million residents. The city is located in the central-western region of Italy, close to two rivers Aniene and Timber. Some say Rome is “The Capital of the World” and its nickname is “The Eternal City” since it is the seat of Catholic Church and the centre of Western civilization. For a tourist attraction is Rome the third most-visited city destination inside the Europe.
Rome is a city of political and cultural importance and its historic center is listed as a World Heritage Site. Many visitors come to see the pope and to visit the cathedrals if there is a festival. Its legend says that Rome was founded by the twins Romulus and Remus and was ruled by seven kings through the history to its glory today. There are many attractions in Rome; one of them is the Colosseum witch was able to seat 60.000 visitors in its glorious time. The city has many museums and galleries, where tourists can see many things from ages of Renaissance and Baroque. In the middle of Rome lies the Vatican City, which is a small separate sovereign state.
Prague is the capital and the largest city of the Czech Republic. There are many hotels in Prague, witch you can find and most are located close to bigger tourist attractions like the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square and major theaters. Prague hotels are close to Metro or tram stations for faster transportation, to major attractions. Prague has a most respectful wealth of accommodation options, with many of them within short walking distance of the town center.
Among most luxurious Prague hotels with five stars count Hotel Ambassador, Hotel Golden Gate, Hotel Iron Gate and Grand Hotel Praha. Prague has the most visitors generally from April to October and usually allot of visitors can be expected also during New Year. For some visitors it may be important to know, that the prices for accommodation in peak season can be twice as high and reservations are defiantly advised. For those travelers to Prague, that want to stay and tour around the town in style, there is a luxury hotel, which was built in a 14th century inside a monastery. Most visitors will be happy to hear that normally, tax and breakfast are also included in the room rate.
Paris is located in northern France and is situated on the River Seine with two smaller islands. It is one of the most populated metropolitan areas in Europe and has population of nearly 12 million people. Paris visits 30 million foreign visitors every year, since its one of the most popular tourist destinations, with its many attractions. One of Paris nicknames is “The City of Light”, because it was one of the first City’s with Street Lights. The City has many museums and monuments, which attract many curious tourists and students, to have a look at its history.
The Climate rarely changes, but you can expect sudden rainfalls at any time of the year. The most famous landmark in Paris is the Eiffel Tower, which attracts many tourists. Many tourists visit the beautiful gardens that spread on the banks of the River Seine. For entertainment you can visit operas, theaters, concert halls, dance halls, cinemas and Cafes. Paris is a great destination for couples who enjoy walking the streets at night, because of its many lights attractions. It is the city of romance and entertainment, and everyone who visited it will have god memories about the city itself and its many attractions.