It is a truly beautiful, small, historic European city, not to mention it was made famous this summer on HBOs.Being in Spain, there is no shortage of churches to visit, and a beautiful stone bridge that heads out of the city, crossing the Ebro River.

Logroño (if I can bring myself to ever leave this magical city) as a wine enthusiast, and I am well on my way!On the weekends, this narrow street is packed to the gills with people, eating, drinking and having a good time.Logroño, capital of La Rioja, wine country.

It has a beautiful old quarter with narrow, quaint little streets (one of which I call home and many green beautiful parks and plazas to hang out.However, I do need to join a gym asap before all those pinchos catch up with me!