Collected by Kristina Benkiser
53026 Pienza SI, Italy
One of the most charming towns we visited during our May trip to Italy was Pienza, situated in Tuscany between Montepulciano and Montalcino (also worth a visit if you're in the area). Pienza is best known for its delicious pecorino cheeses,...
Vicolo delle Bollette, 13, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
Here is one of Rome’s best restaurants: Al Moro is very traditional and is well known for the quality of its seasonal ingredients, including porcini mushrooms, wild strawberries, artichokes, and asparagus. 39/06-678-3495. By Pepi Marchetti...
Carrer de Calàbria, 115, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
Hotel Villa Emilia is ideally located in Barcelona's safe and trendy Eixample neighborhood. It's perfect for visitors who want to be close to the city center, but are looking for a good night's sleep away from Barcelona's incessant noise. Within...
Passeig de Gràcia, 132, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
This is one of my favorite hotels in town. I love their combination of modern and old: this trendy boutique hotel is inside a building by Domènech i Muntaner, one of the top architects of Barcelona modernism, but it has been decorated with a...
Carrer de Villarroel, 106, 08011 Barcelona, Spain
In this comfortably appointed, clean and centrally-located Barcelona hotel, you're close to the action without being too close to noisy bars or discos. It's not one of the most stylish Barcelona hotels, but a breakfast buffet, and wifi are...
Rambla de Catalunya, 27, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
An hidden gem for your stay in Barcelona? Definitely the Praktik Rambla Hotel ticks many boxes on a savvy traveler's list: cheap, central, clean and beautifully appointed. Located a few steps from Plaza de Catalunya, the hotel is housed ina...
Carrer del Bruc, 84, 08009 Barcelona, Spain
They really think about low-budget travelers @ the Guest House Jardinets in Barcelona! When I came there this summer they gave me more than 30 different tips or excursions that you can do in Barcelona without admission costs…for free! They also...
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