Music, Art and Culture
The destinations where you'll never run out of things to do, see or live.
The city of Funchal is known for its beautiful landscape. But it’s also packed with typical popular festivities. Come and join the party!
At the beginning or the end of February, Carnival is an essential season in the calendars around the Globe. Pick your destination and celebrate in great style.
Gaudí, Picasso, Miró and Dalí. Barcelona inspired (at least) four big artists. They expressed their gratitude leaving a trace of art all over. Let’s follow it.
If New York is a “melting pot”, Miami is a “boiling pot”. Founded by a woman and enriched by immigrants, no mix is more vibrant than this one.
Summer is in full swing! With it come the festivals that make millions of people travel through Europe to see their favourite musicians live!
Few cities present such a relevant, broad cultural heritage. When it comes to the love of beauty and fine arts, Paris breaks all records. Shall we travel?
Art, leisure or shopping? Visit Barcelona and do it all. There are century-old stores and luxury brands, some of the best music festivals in the world, fantasy in Parc Güell and a cable car to the Montjuïc hill. At night, you must go for drinks at the Gothic Square.
From the Roman constructions to the modern buildings, visiting A Coruña is like taking a walk through centuries of history. Ready for some time travel?
Culture is an essential resource in daily life of São Paulo, a city as dynamic as it is crowded (20 million people in the metropolitan area). The stunning supply of cultural events includes many theatres, concert venues, cultural centres and museums — and the city’s energy is on display in events for the masses, such as the Virada Cultural and its extensive program of free shows.
Madrid natives are known as gatos (“cats”) and are famous for their night life. Join the Movida, a journey that only ends with the sunrise!