We do love monasteries. We love to get lost among their stones, to walk through the cloister, to sit in the church and to imagine the lifes of those monks or nuns that used to live therein some centuries ago. Sometimes we don’t need to go much far to visit impressive monasteries.
We have already posted in this blog about Montserrat, a true symbol of Catalonia which is still in use today. And we have also written about Siurana, one of the most beautiful villages in Catalonia, located in the Tarragona province. Well, we visited Siurana from a hotel that was placed next to one of the must-see monuments in Catalonia: the Poblet Monastery, a World Heritage site since 1991. Do you want to know what you can find if you just drive 1 hour and 30 minutes from Barcelona? Keep reading!
In the next days we will be travelling through Namibia in an intensive road trip that we have planned with great enthusiasm. Thus we might not have always access to Internet connection. Nevertheless, don’t stop making your comments, we’ll try to reply them as soon as possible. And in the meantime we hope to collect amazing experiences to share in this blog. Thanks for reading us!
We travel not only to discover places, but also cultures. And we think that gastronomy is an essential part to every culture.
When we visited Milano in the winter last year we, of course, fell in love with the city (the fact that our visit coincided both with Carnival and Saint Valentine’s Day might have helped!) but especially with the nice dinner we had in this small non-restaurant located in the Brera quarter.