Just a few miles northeast of Split, Klis Fortress is perched neatly atop a hill overlooking the village of Klis, like a dragon keeping watch over its eggs. Or, you know, an animal that actually exists keeping watch over its eggs. As a Welsh person and lifelong member of the Dragons Do Exist Party, I can’t believe I actually just typed that sentence. I mean, why would we have a dragon on our flag if they didn’t exist?!
If you’re reading this, then you have probably heard of Spain’s third largest city and need a Valencia, Spain Bucket List for your trip. Well, if this is true then you are a step ahead of me because before I went to Spain, I ashamedly admit that I had never heard of Valencia. But I soon learned that Valencia is a regular stop for tourists plodding the path between Barcelona and Madrid, or vice versa. To me, Valencia, Barcelona, and Madrid are the Spanish trifecta of awesome.
If you have ever fantasised about taking some time away to live abroad, but need to keep your own work flow going, a new company is offering an opportunity that might appeal to you. Start-up company, Digital Roamads, is launching its first trip to the Spanish city of Valencia in April 2018. It is searching for participants who want to live and explore a new culture and city for a month, are passionate about travel, and are seeking to expand their social and professional networks.
Forget chocolate: Travel is good for the soul. It exposes people to fresh ideas, new places, and interesting people. And these days, people work to travel. This is especially true of Millennials, with 70 percent saying that, aside from basic living expenses, they see their jobs mainly as a means to pay for jet-setting.