Spain has become the must-see destination for over 50 million visitors every year, who come to this sun-blessed country to enjoy the amazing culture and ancient heritage as well as the great weather. Whether your tastes are more in tune with the fine art of Picasso or the flavors of a good Paella, Spain has something for everyone. Spain has opened several new airports in recent years, making it much easier to reach parts of the country that were once visited only by the hardiest of travelers.
The beautiful island of Majorca is encircled by the Mediterranean sea. Travelers have been visiting there in increasing numbers since the 1960s. German and English tourists in particular love to travel to Majorca.
If you are going to visit London you should think about staying in one of the hotels in the following places…
The West End – This is London’s theater district, so you will be close to all the great shows as well as some of the best attractions, including the Globe Theater (home to Shakespeare in his day), Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery, Leicester Square and the London Zoo. This lively part of London has plenty of hotels to choose from, with everything from the bare basics to utmost luxury available, so you should be able to find that perfect hotel very easily.
New York City has been described as the city that never sleeps, but you could easily apply the moniker to London as well. Since London was first a city, it has been teeming with life and anything you could possibly want to do can be done in the city’s center. A city so rich in tradition, activities, and history needs more than a cursory glance of course, but much of what the city has to offer can be experienced in a few day’s time.
There are so many different parts to the city of London that your visiting experience will depend on which part you travel to. London is essentially many diverse towns which are directly joined together, but there are some definite highlights:
Covent Garden & The Strand – Draw an enormous crowd of people, as this wide street running from Trafalgar Square towards the city is chock full of fascinating shops, theatres and hotels. Off the Strand you will find Covent Garden which is filled with street entertainers like mimes, dancers and magicians, as well as with charming bars and cafes.
Any time is a great time to visit London, as there is so much happening there that you will always find something, or more likely several things, to attract your interest. You should make a list of sights to take in, as otherwise you might end up missing out on one of London’s highlights.
The Tower of London, the Houses Of Parliament, and Westminster Abbey are all not to be missed.