Best music festivals in Spain – Summer 2019

Spain has always been known for the amount of fiesta there is. As a consequence, each year there are celebrated different summer music festivals there. Check the 4 best ones in this post for the 2019’s summer!

Since Spain is such a big country, this can be reflected in the wide musical variety of festivals that it offers. So, no matter which one is your favourite music style that Spain will have a summer festival for you this 2019.

Primavera Sound (Barcelona)

If you want to start this summer with the best entrance ever, Primavera Sound is the festival you need to go.

Since 2001 this festival has been giving to his multi-generational and international public the best music experience ever. This festival provides an amazing mix of the most alternative and modern music with different generations music legends. Although it started being  a festival focused on the rock, pop and dance scene nowadays it is quite wide in modern music styles (but also they stay loyal to its roots somehow).

This year is going to be happening from 30th of May until de Sunday 2nd of June. Some of the headliners of this year will be: Future, Interpol, Mac Demarco, Tame Impala or Mura Masa.

Bilbao BBK Live (Bilbao)

Bilbao BBK Live since 2006, it has been the best option for those who want to experience a more isolated music experience in Spain. Located at the top of Kobetamendi mountain, it brings the best international rock and pop concerts and the best deejay sets with the best landscape ever. So, you can either enjoy all the stunning views of the Bask Country with electric guitars on the background; or you can also become a night owl and get lost in the woods dancing at the best techno!

This year is going to be happening from 11 until 13 of July. Some of the headliners of this year will be: The Strokes, Weezer, and much more to be confirmed.

Sónar (Barcelona)

Sónar is not only one of the oldest festivals hold in Barcelona (since 1994) but also the reference electronic festival from Spain. This festival explores every corner of the electronic music: from the most underground sounds until the most well-known artist. Also, Sónar it is not only about listening to music, but also discovering through the different conferences and talks from the industry.

This year is going to be happening from 11 until 13 of July. Some of the headliners of this year will be: The Strokes, Weezer, and much more to be confirmed.

Rototom Sunsplash (Benicasim)

Are you looking for the best reggae experience of your life? Then Rototom Sunsplash  is your festival! It is the best festival in Spain to go if you want to embrace the whole reggae culture. There are different settings with different themes:  concerts, dancehall area, market places, conferences and even yoga classes!

This year is going to be happening from the 16th until the 22nd of August. However, there are still no artists confirmed, last year main head-liners were: Alborosie, Mellow Mood or Julian Marley.

So if you are planning to go to Spain seeking for a more musical kind of holidays, now you know! Also, if you plan to get there by taxi, you already know we can make it easier for you.

Global Fast and Furious Report: These are the countries with the biggest petrol-heads

Car enthusiasts have been around since, well, the invention of the car, and there’s always been that same competition about whose the car is best, what’s the best brand of car, who can drive the fastest, who can race the best, etc. etc.

Basically, people are obsessed with their cars – in fact, no doubt you know at least one person who has their Facebook profile picture set as a picture of their car – maybe it’s you!

Of course, here at Taxi2Airport, cars are an important part of what we do – you can’t exactly get a taxi to the airport without a car, can you? Since 2003, we’ve been offering thousands of pleasant rides every month, all over the world, to people trying to get to – or from – an airport. And all of these rides have got us thinking: which country cares the most about their cars.


To answer these questions, we collated our Global Fast and Furious Report, analyzing which countries around the world are most passionate about their cars from a number of car sales to money spent on cars and national F1 champions.


Coming out as the country with the most petrolheads is the UK, followed by France, USA, Luxembourg, and Italy comprising the top five.

Blighty came out on top, as it raced towards the top score for almost every category analyzed.

The UK made it into the top 30 for the number of road vehicles per 1000 people, which sits at 519 (not bad for a relatively small little country), it came 5th for the number of car sales (3.8% of the country bought a new car in 2017), and it scored an impressive 5.1 for the quality of the roads. Best of all, the UK came first for having the most Formula One winning drivers, with a total of 19 wins overall from UK racers.

In addition, the average price of petrol is $1.53 per litre (converted from £ to $), which is by no means the highest price we found – that was Zimbabwe with $3.34 per litre – but it is high enough to prove there is sufficient demand for petrol across the country.

Following the UK, the top 10 countries are:

2- France

3- USA

4- Luxembourg

5- Italy

6- Finland

7- Portugal

8- Switzerland

9- Germany

10- Australia

France again ranked highly for most of the categories analyzed in the report. The country ranked in fourth place in terms of national F1 wins with an impressive 12 wins in total, while the quality of their roads was deemed some of the best. Petrol prices were a staggering $1.67, proving there is considerable demand for enough petrol to race around on the great road system, and there is an average of 578 vehicles on the road for every 1000 people.

The results by continent are as below:

Europe: UK

Africa: Mauritius

South America: Chile

North America: USA

Oceania: Australia

Asia: Singapore


To compile the Global Fast and Furious Report, we used the following methodology.

We examined a variety of different factors in our research, including:

The number of road vehicles per 1000 people;

The number of passenger car sales in a year (calculated as a % of population size);

The average amount of money spent on the same specification car in each country;

Average gas price;

Road quality;

National F1 champion drivers;

We scored every country across each of these categories and then ranked the countries by this score, with a total of 30 being the highest available.

The full dataset is available upon request. 

5 Must-visit street art cities in Europe

Are you looking for a more alternative kind of holidays? We have the solution for you! Check our top 5 street art cities in Europe.

Thanks to its wide story, lots of European cities have a whole story to tell; not only in their landmarks but also on their streets.


In every corner of this city, there is a nice urban artwork to stare for hours. You can see street art from all kinds: from the tinniest sticker in a random streetlight until a massive wall graffiti from Amy Winehouse. Although there is no specific route to see all the street art this city offers, Camden Town is the neighborhood where you can see some of the best ones by just walking down its Market or streets.


 Bristol is considered to be one of the most European appealing cities in terms of urban art. It is quite an obvious fact if we keep in mind that Banksy, one of the most controversial street artists from all times, was born here. Due to that, this city has an endless amount of stunning graffitis starting from all the ones the artist has made. There is even an app which you can download to make sure you do not miss any of his artworks in this city. Nevertheless, there are some other great murals in this city apart from Banksy’s ones.

However, it is not all only about England…


Probably it is a city you would never have guessed it has such a great street art displayed, but it is for sure the Eastern Europe street art representative city. It is not only because of its wonderful graffitis but also because of the decoration of its alternatives bars and pubs. All the urban art there has such strong messages hidden behind, usually, most of them have something to do with the history of the country. So, if you want to embrace a whole street art experience in Eastern Europe, Bucharest is the city to visit.


Of course, Berlin was a must in this street art list. In fact, one of the most famous landmarks of this city (the Wall of Berlin) was painted by many famous street art artists. Each mural of the wall has a really different powerful meaning. Also, it is a great experience to see all the different styles from all the different artists who painted it.

However, this city is not only about its landmarks, but you can also enjoy its wonderful graffitis in the most alternatives punks neighborhoods named: Kreuzberg or Prenzlauer Berg.


Keeping in mind that Barcelona has been home from some of the best well-known Spanish artists like Pablo Picasso or Salvador Dalí, its streets needed to prove it. This is why Barcelona is for sure the Spanish street art city of reference. This city street art style is massively wide. By walking down through its downtown you can end up finding a massive controversial graffiti and next to it wonderful mural. There is not a specific route to follow them, but most of the greatest ones are in the Gothic neighborhood.

This is our 5 top cities, although we are sure there are so many street art cities around Europe to discover!

Top destinations to travel in 2019

If you are planning a trip for this upcoming year and you still have not decided which place to go, check out the best destinations to travel in 2019.

All of them are destinations rich in culture, history and outdoor activities. They are places that appeal to travellers of diverse profiles. Choose from the countries or cities that best match your travel style and enjoy a whole new experience!

Copenhagen, Denmark

In Copenhagen, you will surely gain a few extra pounds and have a lot of fun! The street food scene has gained more and more prominence in the city, attracting the attention of tourists arriving in the region.

During your trip, you can also burn calories at the amusement park or on the ski slopes. Also on the hiking trail, where you will see different tourists arriving in town who want to chill the cold.

Do not forget to visit the Nyhavn area, which is the postcard of the city, where you have all those classic and super cute little houses.  Also take advantage of the newly revitalised areas such as the Meatpacking District, which currently has great restaurants and open air.

Shēnzhèn, China

Known as the Silicon Valley of China, the city of Shēnzhèn has attracted not only tourists but also creative and innovative professionals to work in the area of technology and design.

With a backdrop of alternative music, cool cafes and some artisanal breweries, the city is becoming increasingly attractive to young travellers wishing to enjoy the bohemia experience this city offers.

Novi Sad, Serbia

Elected the European youth capital of 2019, Novi Sad is such an effervescent city. It shines on music, cinema and art, attracting young tourists to many festivals.  One of the most famous is EXIT , which will take place between July 4 and 7.

Another experience you should not miss in this town, is to go eat in some starred restaurant, there you will find dishes for less than € 10 in Michelin-starred restaurants.

Miami, Florida, USA

Famous for its busy nights and for being a place to escape from the cold, Miami continues in the top ranking of the most interesting cities. Actually this year is gaining prominence by its cultural scene.

The city has stood out as a center of art, urban design and gastronomic experiences that travellers will enjoy during their stay in the city that never sleeps.

In 2019 be sure to not miss the Wynwood Art Walk, located in Wynwood district. It is known for its eccentricity street art, with endless stunning graffitis and different modern architecture. It is an area which exudes creativity. Sthefania, from Sthe On the Road blog, claimed this Miami neighbourhood to be the coolest one.

Kathmandu, Nepal

Rebuilt after the earthquake of 2015, Kathmandu is again attracting the looks of tourists who may be enchanted by the restorations of historic monuments that collapsed in 2015.

The city, which was forced to change, is even more magnificent than before. Now offers much more comfort and quality of life for the inhabitants. Also now all visitors can even count on electricity and Wi-Fi, even in the alleys of old City.

We hope that in 2019 you travel as much as you would like and even if you have already traveled to some of these destinations, it is worth going again as there is always something new to explore.

6 Fun Things to Do in Valletta, Malta

 Malta’s capital city is known for its scenic harbor and 16th-century buildings. It’s a beauty that’s packed with history and interesting sites but can often be overshadowed by other European cities. However, Valletta is certainly worth a visit, because there are plenty of fun things to do. If you’re visiting Valletta – Malta and looking for the best things to see and do, check out our top picks below.

Wander The Grand Harbour

The harbor is the focal point of Valletta – Malta because of its beauty and historical significance. Much of the country’s military success can be attributed to this well-placed harbor which still features cannons and artifacts. While wandering, make sure to check out the defensive towers, bastions, and historic fortifications that dot the scene. As you take in the view, notice the small villages, historic monuments, military forts, and Baroque churches that surround it.

Take a Grand Harbour Cruise

After wandering the harbor on foot, take to the water to see the harbor from a new perspective. Most tours run for about two hours and offer historical commentary along the way. Take in sights of the harbor, gardens, and creeks that connect this beautiful body of water to the land.

Saint John’s Co-Cathedral

This cathedral was built to preserve the spirit of Christianity in the 16th century. It’s considered one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Europe and is a noteworthy example of Baroque architecture. Pay careful attention to the ceiling paintings, created by the famous painter, Mattia Preti. The cathedral is filled with various chapels that are dedicated to important Saints. After touring the cathedrals, make sure to visit the Oratory, a lavish room full of historically significant decorations.

Visit The National Museum of Archaeology

 The archaeology museum is housed in a regal building that dates back to 1571 and is a beautiful example of Baroque architecture. Through its collection of ancient artifacts, the museum tells Malta’s story in an intriguing way. Visitors can view more than 100 objects that tell Malta’s story over the past 85 million years. Check out the artifacts from prehistoric times, megalithic times, and the Roman era. Their pottery exhibits are some of the most impressive so don’t forget to check them out.

Visit The Casa Rocca Piccola

Art and architecture fans will love visiting this luxurious site. The Casa Rocca Piccola is the home of an aristocratic Maltese family.  It was built in the 16th century and has 12 rooms open for visitors to explore. Wander through the elegant rooms and pay special attention to the family heirlooms which decorate the home. One of the most interesting parts of a tour here are the underground tunnels that were built as air raid shelters during WWII. Don’t miss them!

See a Performance at Manoel Theatre

This theatre is one of the oldest in all of Europe. It was commissioned in the 1700s by Grand Master of the Knights of Malta, António Manoel de Vilhena, to accommodate the need for opera and theatre performances. Expect plenty of old-world charm with plush velvet seating, luxurious decorations, and elegant box seating. The shows available depend on the dates you’re visiting. However, you can expect a line-up of dramatic theatre, visual arts, classical music performances, and traditional opera.

You’ll never be bored when visiting Valletta – Malta. Between the history, culture, and scenery, you’ll always find something interesting to see and explore.

5 amazing activities to do in Indonesia

If you enjoy unusual activities and admire a wild and unspoiled nature, Indonesia and the Bali island is the place made for you. Come and visit this natural jewel, and discover what the island has to show you.

Visit of the Ubud jungle in a swing

Ubud is a Jungle situated in the center of the Bali. This part of the island is full of beauty with its surrounding nature, rice fields, and its large animal diversity. This jungle nicknamed the ape forest is full of dazzling landscape and greenery to discover. The swing represents a funny and original way to visit this jungle and offer an unimaginable angle of view of this natural treasure.

Rafting down the Bali’s rivers

Discover the Indonesian hidden rivers by a cool and funny way by the way of doing a rafting tour. The heart of Indonesia is full of decent rivers, furnished with a lot of different species of fauna and flora. By doing a tour by rafting you have the opportunity to see unbelievable things only visible by the river’s trips. You will also stay in some jungle beautiful areas during the stopovers proposed during the trip.

Mont Batur sunrise trek

Located in the Kintamani Mountains in the northeast of Bali Island. This Mount offers a splendid view of the Batur lake as well as Mount Agung. The ascent of Mount Batur is one of Bali’s key activities, if you are a sunrise lover the Mont Batur trek at the morning is made for you. This hike takes places early in the morning at night to be on top at 6 am. After that, you just have to enjoy the sunrise and a breathtaking view of this unique area.

Scuba diving

Indonesia has a lot of underwater jewels to bring to you and a lot of different possibilities for scuba diving experiences. By the way of the scuba diving excursions, you will have the possibility to discover the wealth of the Indonesian underwater world. This world which is full of diverse fish species, corals and turtles. You can also discover the Seawalker Original Underwater Walking in Bali. This walk along the seafloor of Sanur beach is the simplest way and the better way to get an overview of the large diversity of species that Indonesia must show you.

Adventure Quad ride

There are different quad tours on the island of Bali that allow you to discover different lovely places. Enjoy the view of rice fields, jungle, rivers, and traditional villages lost in the surrounding nature of Bali. Many different tours are proposed to you from half a day to full day, from simple to difficult routes. Enjoy riding a quad bike in this traditional Bali, with magnificent landscapes that have remained unchanged for thousands of years.

Book now your transfers from Indonesian airports Here.

Tipping Research: How much tip is given in European taxis?

Every day we at taxi2airport receive the questions: Should I tip? And if so, how much should I tip tip? As we operate in so many countries, the answer is different for each country. Therefore we carried out research in 37 European countries to chart the ‘tipping behavior’ of Europeans. Per country, at least 60 taxi drivers were asked to keep track of the tips given in the period from February 2018 to September 2018.

In total, tens of thousands of trips were analyzed. From this analysis, a selection was made of similar taxi rides (based on distances to and from the airport) and an equal number of trips per country.

Height of taxi tips in 37 European countries

In euros – Of all the countries surveyed, the British gave the highest tip in the taxi. On average € 7.95 tip (converted) is given in the British taxis. Finns (7.36 euros), Swiss (7.10 euros) and Swedes (7 euros) also give, on average, a high tip to their taxi drivers.

Taxi drivers in Macedonia are least fortunate when it comes to tips from all the countries surveyed. The average tip is the lowest in Macedonia with 99 euro cents. Also in Russia (1.10 euro), Georgia (1.10 euro), Bosnia & Herzegovina (1.25 euro) and Serbia (1.47 euro), taxi drivers get relatively low tips that fluctuate around a euro.

In percentages – When the tips are weighed against the fare, Spanish taxi drivers get the highest percentages (11.44 percent of the fare). Russian drivers, with an average of about 2 percent, receive the lowest tip percentage of all European countries surveyed.

The Netherlands, with the third highest percentage of 10.17 percent, is also well-regarded as a ‘tip paradise’ for taxi drivers.

Research accountability

Taxi2Airport carried out the research in the following countries: United Kingdom, Finland, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Portugal, Norway, Hungary, Luxembourg, Turkey, Estonia, Iceland, Greece, Malta, Ireland, Bulgaria, Czechia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Belarus, Italy, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Georgia, Russia, Macedonia.

60 taxi drivers per country were asked to keep track of the tips given in the period February 2018 through September 2018. In total, tens of thousands of taxi rides to and from the airport were analyzed. 

Activities to do and places to see in Tenerife

The Canary Islands aren’t just basic islands with some great beaches, they have a wide range of things to do and places to visit and explore. Did you know how many stunning things are happening in Tenerife?  If you want to live a whole Canary experience, this is the best island to visit.

Teide National Park

With an elevation of 3.718 m above sea level, Teide is considered the highest mountain peak in Spain. You can get there in many ways and you don’t even have to climb to the top of it to enjoy such wonderful views!

You can get there via Cable Car or also hiking, but you can only get to the Teide Astronomical Observatory (2.390 m.) without permission, due to the Natural Park protections. However, if you’re an adventurous one you can always ask for the permit and wish to be luckily accepted. Another option is accessing there anytime after before 9:00 am or after 17:00 pm.

Puerto de la Cruz Carnival  

One of the most well-known international carnivals around the world and it’s for free! If you’re available in-between the 18th of February and the 10th of March just book your flights right now. Also, don’t forget to book your transportation from the airport to your Hotel since these days are going to be really busy in Tenerife. You can choose wherever you prefer to be picked up: from the South Airport or the North Airport. For sure you’re not going to regret it!

Each year, there’s a theme to go dressed as (this one is Space). We don’t want to spoil your visit there already, just get ready to walk around Puerto’s streets surrounded by amazing costumes and awesome music playing, all for free.

Siam Park

If you feel like not only learning from the Spanish culture but also the Thai one, you can always visit one of the best Thai parks in Europe with all your family and enjoy all the different activities it offers for all ages.

Cueva del Viento 

Don’t you feel like hiking to Teide but you want to explore Tenerife’s nature still? You can always go caving to these caves located in Pico Viejo (another inactive volcano in the island, whose eruption was the creator of these caves. However, you can only access there if you book a tourist guide, but believe us: It’s really worth it! Also, it’s one of the best ways to get an idea of the natural attractions this island offers.

Loro Parque 

If you’re looking for a more exotic experience and you’re longing to a wide variety of animals, then Loro Parque is the place you need to visit. It was initially focused on a parrots Zoo but now you can even see from seeing lions or whales until lions as well as different flowers or trees. Also, if you’re already planning to visit Siam Park you can book both tickets together so you make the most of your experience.


One of the most traditional activities that now has become such a landmark of this island is its town food markets. There are many of them happening around the island weekly, you can find them rated and scheduled on this website.  Mercadillos will provide you with the most delicious food from the Canary Islands for the best prices.

So if you’re longing to visit one of the most overwhelming and versatile islands in Spain you’ve just come across with the perfect choice.

5 Museums We Love in Barcelona

Does your Barcelona itinerary include museums? If not, it really should. This city is known for tapas, siestas, and fantastic cuisine. However, the city’s museum scene is just as notable. If you’re visiting Barcelona and want to dive into the culture and art, the museums are the best places to start. Here are five museums in Barcelona that we absolutely love. 

Museu Picasso

An entire museum dedicated to Picasso? That’s right! This impressive building is home to more than 3,800 pieces of his original works. As you tour the museum, you’ll see the transformation of Picasso’s life and artwork. Through his artwork, you can see the growth of his talents over the years. Look for some of his famous paintings like; Person With Fruit Bowl, Gored Horse, and Science and Charity.

Fundació Suñol 

This contemporary museum contains the personal art collection of businessman, Josep Suñol. It’s a collection of sculptures, photography, and paintings, with around 100 works displayed at one time. Suñol collected more than 1,000 pieces over 35 years, with many original works by Miró, Picasso, and Pablo Gargallo, Boetti, Warhol, Dalí, Tàpies, García-Alix Man Ray, Giacometti, Lootz, Gordillo, Navarro, Zush, Solano, Abad, Plensa, Colomer, Manils. The museum functions as a non-profit and works to not only promote art, but specifically avant-garde production.

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya

Also referred to as MNAC, this museum holds an impressive collection of Catalan art from the 19th and 20th centuries. It’s also known for its collection of Romanesque art and the impressive architecture of the building that houses it. Visitors will find religious paintings, Romanesque murals, and modern Catalan photography. While visiting, pay special attention to the building’s impressive architecture, which dates back to 1929, as well as the significant collection of Romanesque religious paintings (this is one of the best collections in the world.) Notable works to see include; Apse of la Seu d’Urgell, Paintings From Arlanza, Altar Frontal From Avia, Baldachin from Tost, and Apse of Santa Maria d’Aneu.

The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona

Also referred to as the CCCB, this museum is known for its thought-provoking exhibits. The main theme of the museum surrounds city life and urban culture. The exhibits are often interactive, rotating, and educational. And, since the center often hosts events, festivals, and workshops, it’s worth seeing what’s happening while you’re in Barcelona.


If you’re interested in an off-the-beaten-path museum in Barcelona, this is your place. It’s a science museum that is great for the family, as exhibits are interactive and fun. You’ll find rock formations, constellations, a scaled solar system for children, and a 3D Planetarium. Visitors can also see exhibits focused on nature, science, and the environment. This is one of Barcelona’s best museums for kids as they can play, touch, learn, and explore.

If you’re visiting Barcelona, these museums should definitely make it on the itinerary. They’ll allow you to take a deep dive into the culture and history of the city.

7 Interesting Facts About Palma Cathedral

If you’re visiting Majorca, Spain, you won’t be able to miss the Palma Cathedral. It commands attention with its regal, Gothic-style architecture. Even if you knew nothing about this cathedral, it’s likely that you’d want to visit anyway. However, we’ve rounded up some of the most interesting facts so you’ll know what you’re looking at. Here are seven noteworthy tidbits about Palma Cathedral that are worth knowing before you go.

The Bell Tower Holds Nine Different Bells

This famous bell tower has not one, not two, but nine bells! The most famous bell is called Eloi, and it weighs nearly 5000 kilograms. The bells rings on the hour, every hour, each day. And, it can be heard distinctly all around the island.

The Royal Chapel is a Burying Ground For Kings


The tombs of King James II and III can be found in the Royal Chapel, along with several Bishops. The most notable is the Bishop of Palma, who asked for his hat to be hung above his tomb. The hat is still in good condition and can be seen above the tomb today.

A Museum Visit Comes Free With a Ticket


A ticket to Palma Cathedral is really a two-for-one deal as you’ll have access to the onsite museum. The doors and walls are adorned with intricate carvings, symbols, and artwork. The historic sculptures and paintings teach visitors the differences between Gothic and Renaissance culture and artwork.

There Are 87 Stained Glass Windows


This cathedral is home to 87 stained glass windows and seven rose windows. The most significant can be found above the altar, centrally illuminating the church with its bright colours. Twice a year, the sunlight comes in just perfectly, illuminating the entire wall above the main entrance. In fact, each year on November 11th and February 2nd, the La Fiesta de la Candelaria is held for visitors to view this beautiful sight.

The Cathedral Was Built Because of an Oath to God

This cathedral was built not out of necessity but to make good on a promise to God. The stories say that King James I set out to fight the Arabs. However, a massive storm came through, terrifying even the bravest of soldiers. As everyone feared for their lives, King James made an oath to God that he would build a grand cathedral if they survived. Not only did the army weather the storm successfully, but they beat the Arabs afterwards. As a way to showcase Christianity’s win over Islam, the king had a mosque torn down and the cathedral built in its place.

It Was Once Damaged by an Earthquake

While this beauty stands tall and proud, it was once the victim of a devastating earthquake. Construction originally started in the 14th century and was completed by 1601. It hadn’t stood for long before an earthquake did incredible damage in 1851. The cathedral was originally constructed in Gothic style, but during repairs, it received some Renaissance design as well.

Famous Architect, Antoni Gaudi Worked on The Cathedral

Even Antoni Gaudi, the famous architect responsible for Sagrada Familia, put his finishing touches on the building. While he didn’t play a role in the construction of the original version, he lent a helping hand to rebuild the structure after the earthquake.

When visiting the Palma Cathedral, there’s more than meets the eye. This beautiful piece of architecture is surrounded by stories, historical events, and significant moments. Be in-the-know before you go if you want to fully appreciate this site.