There’s no better time to travel to Mexico City than Dia de los Muertos. From intimate traditional graveyard ceremonies to vibrant city-wide celebrations, spending autumn in Mexico’s capital is a cultural experience like no other.
Warm weather, sandy beaches and one of the most cycling-friendly environments in the word – that’s Valencia in a nutshell.
Spain’s pink lake is the most mystical and surreal landscape I’ve ever seen in person.
The decrepit footpath of Spain’s El Caminito del Rey floats like a broken chain of islands in the sky. The jagged mosaic of steel and concrete is precariously tacked onto the vertical cliff faces of El Chorro canyon. Clinging thousands of feet over the teal waters of Río Guadalhorce, the remnants of the old “king’s little path” is as much a testament to human bravery as it is a monument to our foolishness.
From Spain, you can take a quick ferry trip across the Strait of Gibraltar and find yourself in a completely different world.