There are rainbows everywhere you look in Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia cathedral.
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Siena’s magnificent Duomo stands at the heart of the Tuscan city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Despite being built more than 300 years after Shakespeare wrote the play Romeo and Juliet, people still flock to see ‘Juliet’s Balcony’ when visiting Verona in Italy!
Although home of dark Gothic towers, Prague also has a softer side.
One day I’ll watch the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix live from a grandstand. Until then, I’ll just have to be satisfied to have had the chance to walk the whole racetrack.
The Lion’s Mound was constructed to commemorate the wounding of the Dutch Prince of Orange at the Battle of Waterloo. Today it features prominently on the battlefield... and also in the third Jaspa’s Journey adventure, Jaspa’s Waterloo!
I imagine the Parthenon is a special place at any time of the day, but first thing in the morning, before the crowds arrive, is just magical.
It looks peaceful today, but the Macclesfield Bridge at the edge of London’s Regent Park has a violent history.
For me the calli, campi and canali (streets, squares and canals) of Venice’s Cannaregio district are a like a home away from home.
We all want good weather on our vacations. But bad weather can really add to the drama of a place.