The capital of France and the city of love, it's impossible not to be impressed by this incredible city that can sometimes make you feel like.
The highest mountain in the Alps and the EU, the epic 170km Tour Du Mont Blanc is one of the best hiking experiences there is to have in Western Europe.
Over in the east of France, the beautiful region of Alsace, which straddles the German border, is like something from a fairytale.
Famous for its D-Day landing beaches as well as the epic island monastery of Mont St Michel, don’t miss Normandy for the cider and cheese it produces either.
Swim on pristine beaches, explore hilltop villages or hike the amazing but strenuous G-20 Trail.
The Verdun Gorge - France's deepest gorge in central Provence - a vast natural playground of turquoise waters, high limestone cliffs and pine forests.
The Spanish capital is often overlooked by travellers to Spain, but I definitely rate it as one of the best places to visit in Western Europe.
Located in the fiercely independent Catalan region, on the coast, in the north of the county, this Gaudi-inspired metropolis with incredible architecture.
And now we're going back to the other island. And although there's a lot to choose from when it comes to Spain - all those Canaries, for starters.