Toulouse is totally charming and laid back city. If you are either art, either architecture, either food lover this is a place for you. Food is too die for!
As a total zealot of Dali I couldn’t miss Figueres. This small town lies in the heart of Catalonia. Figueres was during the Spanish Civil War it served as the last Republican outpost to stand against Franco, nowadays there are only two reasons to visit it – the Dali Museum and one of the finest…
Girona – ‘the city of a thousand sieges’ thanks to the fact that it reputedly withstood many invasions by Napoleon, survived the Moorish and many others.
Tossa del Mar is very romantic. Old Town charms you up with a labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets, beautiful squares, little bodegas and quaint cozy cafes.
Lloret del Mar once a traditional fishing village dating back to Roman times has many sights worth visiting, such as Saint Joan Castle and Parish Church.
The Basilica of Santa Maria de Montserrat – Benedictine Abbey is spectacularly situated, between the peaks of Montserrat. Many pilgrims lock here every day.