Traveling is a huge part of my life and I love it. Yet, when you travel regularly, it can change your attitude of a destination. While organising an event, you may visit a place up to 20 times, and you can even lose the connection with a city you have great fondness for. If you focus only on how it will deliver your event, it can become somewhere you perceive in a functional way. You can be an expert on its event product, without feeling the real character of the city at all.
Paris is a favourite city, and its elegant, warm, and the large boulevard layout is truly beautiful. When there I visit Les Ombres, a relaxing restaurant that is loomed over by the iconic Eiffel Tower — it’s wonderful. Another favourite is Tickets in Barcelona, with head chef Albert Adrià. Restaurants are a great way to feel the vibe of a city and I wholeheartedly recommend taking the time to find the ones you can connect with.