With a bit of planning and some flexibility, it’s entirely possible to get a well-rounded sense of the city in a couple days. The key is to balance sightseeing and relaxation. Here’s how to spend 48 hours in Barcelona, Spain.
Situated in the Iberian Peninsula where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Tagus River, Portugal’s capital city of Lisbon is known for its seafood, wine, fado music, and classic yellow cable cars. Its hilly landscape and waterfront location make for a breathtaking cityscape, and the friendly locals make you feel right at home.
The city of Los Angeles is a vast blanket of neighborhoods, quilted together by freeways and canyon roads. Whether you’re a tourist who wants to see more than the big attractions or a local who seeks to see every inch of this town, Papers and Airplanes Exploring LA aims to guide you in your adventures.