Our planet is full of mythical places and cultures that are worth exploring and experiencing firsthand. If you are a travel lover, it is very likely that, both in Spain and outside our borders, You have had the opportunity to visit incredible places and enjoy adventures that you will never forget. But surely there are wonderful destinations that you have not yet visited and unique experiences that you have yet to live. Take good note because all these places will encourage you to dream about your next vacation.


Petra (Jordan)
Petra (Jordan)

This little gem of the Middle East is one of the most complete destinations in the world. In Jordan you will find a desert and two seas, Umayyad castles dating back to the Middle Ages, Roman ruins and a nature reserve with enormous biodiversity. But also, during your trip you can visit one of the 7 Wonders of the World, the Nabataean city of Petra. The Pink City is such an impressive place that it is not enough to see it through photos, you must see it with your own eyes. Equally surprising will be your passage through the Dead Sea, where you can enjoy both the unique experience of floating in the water and the healthy mud baths on your skin.


Phuket (Thailand).
Phuket (Thailand).

Very welcoming people, but also lush nature, exotic floating markets and exceptional heritage make Thailand one of the most beautiful destinations in Southeast Asia. Get ready for this great trip and in bustling Bangkok don’t miss the Grand Palace, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Wat Pho, where the great Reclining Buddha is located, 46 meters long and 15 meters high. Then, head to the north of the country to discover the charms of Chiang Mai and the incredible landscapes of the Golden Triangle. Finally you will be able to say that you have fulfilled a dream while you relax in the paradisiacal beaches of Phuket bathed by the crystal clear waters of the Andaman Sea.

The Marble Temple in Bankgok Thailand.  Locally known as Wat Benchamabophit the most famous tourist place in Bangkok

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Although winters are usually cold, the truth is that the city of skyscrapers has many hours of sunshine each year.  As many as 2,534.
The city of skyscrapers..

If you don’t know her yet, you’re already late. The setting for hundreds of films, don’t wait any longer to see why New York is the most filmed city in the world. There is so much to see, it is best to plan well so as not to miss anything relevant. One of the essentials is the iconic Statue of Liberty, which is located on a small island south of Manhattan. And although you can see it from different places, you will find one of the best views from the Hudson River, on a ferry that also takes you to visit the Immigration Museum on Ellis Island. Climbing the Empire State Building, which is located on Fifth Avenue, walking through Central Park, entering Chinatown, Little Italy or the Soho neighborhood, are some of the plans that you should include in your first visit to this city of countless cultures and huge skyscrapers.

The road to Santiago

A pilgrim doing the Camino de Santiago, in an archive image.
A pilgrim doing the Camino de Santiago

It doesn’t matter if you are Catholic or not, this is a trip that must be made at least once in a lifetime. You will not only meet yourself, but also many people who will accompany you on sections of a path that, they say, heals the soul. You can do it starting from different points, in fact There are almost as many routes as there are pilgrims. In Spain there are 49 Caminos, with a route of almost 16,000 kilometers, and all of them have Santiago de Compostela as their destination, arriving at the Cathedral. During the tour you will be able to discover towns and landscapes, connect with nature and disconnect from everything.

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Norway, a journey beyond the fjords

Aurora Borealis and full moon over the city of Tromso.
Aurora Borealis and full moon over the city of Tromso.

Famous for its fjords and colorful houses, this corner of northern Europe is also one of the least populated countries and with the most beautiful natural spaces on the entire continent. Among the most impressive places is Tromso, a city of colorful 18th century wooden houses, which is also a privileged location for observing the northern lights. There is so much to see, you will have a hard time choosing. We recommend you include in your route Bergen, the second largest city in Norway. In addition to exploring the old town, with its cobblestone streets, colorful houses and gabled roofs, there is a funicular that takes you from the city center to the top of Fløyenone of the mountains that surrounds the town, from where you can enjoy an impressive panoramic view.

By the way Bergen is the gateway to some of the most famous fjords of Norway, such as the Sognefjord, the longest and deepest in the country, which is located to the north, and the Hardanger fjord, to the south.

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