Cityscapes

Hello! Today's post combines travel and photography (the ultimate dream team) I was casually looking through some old vacation photos when I realized how many photos I have that basically tower and cast over an entire city. Here are just a few of my favorites, I hope you enjoy! Thank you for reading! Can't wait …

Park Guell, Barcelona

Park Guell was very lovely and a great tourist attraction. During Summer, however, the park is insanely packed and hot! It was quite difficult since there is a decent hike to the top! It was mostly just great for pictures. I didn't see many historic parts to it that were very important. If you are …

Barcelona, Spain

BARCELONA. This city was almost exactly how I pictured it. A busy city in some parts, and old-fashioned in the other. I'd went right in the middle of Summer, so it was scorching hot! If this is a trip you are planning, I suggest going during Spring or Fall. The sun was so strong that …

Malaga, Spain

Today we take a trip to one of Spain's beautiful coasts, Malaga. This city was much more relaxing and calm than the other cities. We spent a lot of time on the beach and just walking around. It was a very down-to-Earth place. We later went to the Alcazaba of Malaga, which is a palace …

Seville, Spain

Seville was my favorite city in Spain! I don't know why - maybe because we had the most time to do stuff. There were not too many things we had to do or places we had to go. It was really nice to have a break between all of the craziness. We shall begin with …

Madrid, Spain

Madrid - The capital city of Spain. My family and I visited Spain this past summer, and Madrid was the last city we went to. This city was definitely the most crowded and tourist-y. There were some parts that were very peaceful and nice. But, once you exited the hotel, you would be trampled into …

Girona, Spain

While in Spain, we took a day-trip to a city called Girona! This was probably our favorite city because it was very simple and not crowded. (It was the perfect place to take pictures!) On one side of the bridge, there were streets and cars - a normal, everyday city. On the other side, there …