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If more travel is at the top of your New Year’s resolutions, we’re betting there’s an international hub on your list. fortunately, Airbnb just released its top destinations reportwhich covered where everyone stayed in 2022 and, more importantly, where we’ll all be vacationing in 2023. Unsurprisingly, places that recently reopened their borders such as Australia and New Zealand are trending, but one coastal town in Europe is looking like it will reign supreme. The most searches for future check-ins were for Málaga, Spain, a seaside perch known for golden beaches, tapas, and bringing Pablo Picasso into the world.

Even if you’re thrilled to get out of the house, the days are filled with sun, snacks, and art galleries call for a well-designed stay that feels like home to return to at night. Sifting

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A trip to Barcelona is bound to get you in the Christmas spirit! In Spain both the 6th and the 8th of December are bank holidays, meaning there is always a fun buzz around the city at this time as locals take some much needed time off to celebrate the Día de la Constitución and the Día de la Inmaculada Concepción. The temperature in the city is mild this time of year, and flight prices are much lower than in the height of summer. So why not spend this festive season in beautiful Barcelona? Visit the extensive Christmas markets and see the sights, without the frantic summer crowds.

Without further ado, here are our recommendations for Things to do this Christmas in Barcelona 2022. We’re sure you won’t be disappointed!


Visit the Christmas Markets

This winter, make the most of the festive Christmas Markets dotted around Barcelona. Markets, such as

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With such an array of wonderful drinks available at Christmas-time, it’s never been easier to get into the holiday spirit (no pun intended). What’s more, there are lots of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options available. Whatever your drink of choice may be, here are some ideas to make the most of the festive season.

For our other Christmas gift guides, please visit the following links:

20 luxury travel gifts for him this Christmas (2022) – US & Canada edition
20 luxury travel gifts for her this Christmas (2022) – US & Canada edition
20 luxury food treats to enjoy this Christmas (2022) – US & Canada edition
20 luxury travel gifts for him this Christmas (2022) – UK & Europe edition
20 luxury travel gifts for her this Christmas (2022) – UK & Europe edition
20 luxury food treats to enjoy this Christmas (2022) – UK & Europe edition

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When I think of traveling, the scene from Home Alone where the McCallister clan is racing through the airport to catch their flight immediately comes to mind. Not to mention worrying about getting sick, letting healthy habits fall by the wayside, the all-too-familiar jet lag, and the nagging AF travel fatigue. Call me a pessimist or realist, traveling is stressful and can do a number on your well-being. While that may be true, it doesn’t have to be—vacationing is about letting loose and giving your mind and body a respite after all. Thanks to the doctors I spoke with, I’ve got all of the must-have on-the-go health tips, whatever your travel plans take you. Spoiler alert: You won’t ever leave home without them again.

Why do our immune systems suffer while traveling?

Between the environmental changes, deviation from normal routines (think: sleep, diet, and exercise), and being exposed to more

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Christmas is not only a special season to spend with family and friends, but also a wonderful time to treat yourself and perhaps even indulge in some of your favorite festive treats. And to make it truly memorable this year, we’ve compiled a list of some mouth-watering gourmet treats – both savory and sweet. Read on to discover some of the ways you could be treating everyone in your household this Christmas-time.

Feast of the Seven Fishes from Wulf’s Fish

Feast of the Seven Fishes is a popular tradition among Italian Americans on Christmas Eve. This custom was inspired by the Southern Italian celebration called The Vigil (La Vigilia). The meal typically consists of seven seafood courses to break a day of fasting on Christmas Eve.

You can have your own celebration with Wulf’s new Feast of the Seven Fishes Set. This set comes with seven different seafood items plus

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Finding her the ideal Christmas present can present something of a challenge. Our round-up of luxurious Christmas gifts for ladies who love to travel in luxury is here to help. With everything from clothing to cosmetics, and much more besides, we hope that here you’ll find the seasonal inspiration you’re looking for, for the lady – or ladies – most dear to you.

Outdoor Blanket from Ritz-Carlton

Whether you’re a homebody or love the great outdoors, the Ritz-Carlton Outdoor Blanket by Pretty Rugged will do more than keep you warm and dry. Perfect for boating, sporting events, picnics, camping and more, this essential throw blanket features durable, waterproof and windproof fabric with a luxurious faux white mink fur top. Fold and roll for easy carrying and storage with sturdy straps or waterproof duffle bag.

Beacon kit from Aesop

An ensemble to show appreciation for mother figures and caregivers alike: a

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Spanish authorities said Monday night that three stowaways who had clung to the rudder of a tanker that departed from Nigeria had been hospitalized on the Canary Islands.

The large ship departs from Lagos, according to the ship-tracking website Marine Traffic. Eleven days later, it arrived at the port of Las Palmas on the island of Gran Canaria.

Throughout the journey, at least three migrants have been hanging onto the narrow metallic rudder, with their feet dangling just a few feet above the Atlantic Ocean.

Spain’s coast guards said they rescued the stowaways after the tanker had docked.

The Canary Islands emergency services reported that the men all suffered from moderate dehydration and needed hospitalization.

They are not the first migrants to have made such an online journey.

In late 2020, Spanish authorities identified six others traveling from Nigeria on the rudders of two tankers.

One of those

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