- As the cultural capital of Spain, Barcelona breaks stereotypes with its eclectic, avant garde yet charismatic flair. Reinventing Spanish ethos, Barcelona seduces with its jumble of futuristic buildings and medieval edifices, creative cuisine and a gyrating nightlife. It’s no wonder Barcelona ranks high on the list of top European travel destinations.Casablanca
- An undisputed commercial capital, an enigmatic meeting place of western modernity and Arabic tradition. Its suburbs contrast sumptuous villas with dreadful slums, while its downtown mixes the dowdy with the exquisite. You take it as you find it in Casablanca. Tourism is welcome but, essentially, Casablanca is a commercial hub that goes about its life in its own way at its own breakneck pace.Funchal
- Steeped in history and decked in riotously coloured flowers that give it its nickname of the 'Garden Isle', the Portuguese volcanic island of Madeira basks in year-round sunshine and offers natural spectacles at almost every turn. Highlights include its fairytale capital, Funchal, where quaint cobbled lanes and flower markets tumble down to a glorious natural harbour. Beyond lies a lush interior of towering peaks and fertile valleys cloaked in thick forests and waterfalls and famed for the production of sweet Madeira wine. Tenerife
- The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife combines vibrant resorts, vast beaches, quaint harbour-fronts and tranquil mountain-top villages with spectacular scenic contrasts such as pinewoods and leafy banana plantations to the north and spectacular valleys and desert-like landscapes to the south. Overlooking all is the soaring volcanic peak of Mount Teide, set amidst incredible lava scenery and mountains. Reaching Santa Cruz, the island's capital, enjoy free time to explore the city's leafy streets, cafés and boutiques, visit Garcia Sanabria Park, or head to nearby Loro Parque: a tropical garden and wildlife sanctuary.