Barcelona – a Spanish hub of energy - image source and credit BreakingStereotypes.orgBarcelona – a Spanish hub of energy - image source and credit BreakingStereotypes.org

As ranked by the producers of the Breaking Stereotypes documentary series

Destination: Barcelona, Spain

Interesting website for the city: BarcelonaTurisme.com or Barcelona.cat
 
Is it easy to navigate around? Yes, easy to walk, drive, cycle or take public transport. 2pts
 
Hostels and Hotels (few, many, tons): Tons! It is a big city and has a lot of accommodation offerings.  2pts

Palmitos Park in Gran Canaria - image source BreakingStereotypes.orgPalmitos Park in Gran Canaria - image source and credit BreakingStereotypes.org

As ranked by the producers of the Breaking Stereotypes documentary series

Destination: Gran Canaria, Spain

Interesting website for the city: GranCanaria.com
 
Is it easy to navigate around? Yes and this is backed by a strong public transport system. 2pts
 
Hostels and Hotels (few, many, tons): Tons – a big tourist destination. 2pts
 
Best part of the city? It has great beaches.

The Magic of Tenerife

As ranked by the producers of the Breaking Stereotypes documentary series
Destination: Tenerife, Spain
 
The Magic of Tenerife - The Cardboard Surfer at La Marea Surfschool, Mount Teide and volcanic sea sand - image credit BreakingStereotypes.org
Interesting website for the island: Tenerife.es and TurisModeCanarias.com
 
Is it easy to navigate around? Yes, and being able to read or converse in Spanish will make things even easier. 2
 
Hostels and Hotels (few, many, tons): Tons! 2
 
Best part of the city? There are a number of tourist sites and set-ups - with Mount Teide headlining as the biggest attraction however its the black volcanic beach sands that are just magic!

The tradition of Oxford - The Oxford University Cricket Club in action - image credit BreakingStereotypes.org

The tradition of Oxford - The Oxford University Cricket Club in action - image credit BreakingStereotypes.org

As ranked by the producers of the Breaking Stereotypes documentary series
 
Destination: Oxford, England
 
Interesting website for the city:  VisitOxfordAndOxfordshire.com and Oxford.gov.uk
 
Is it easy to navigate around? Yes, by foot, bike, bus or car it is easy to find your way around the city. 2
 
Hostels and Hotels (few, many, tons): Many options which includes the possibility of staying in college rooms at the University of Oxford! 1
 
Best part of the city? Hard to get around the cliché of choosing the University of Oxford with its various college campuses.
 
Interesting Fact: There are way too many to mention just one with many linking to the university itself. However what is cool is the ongoing boat race rivalry between the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge rowing teams - TheBoatRaces.org #tradition

Maputo a colourful cultural experience - Image credit Kwanele Mpanza

Maputo a colourful cultural experience - Image credit Kwanele Mpanza

As ranked by Kwanele Mpanza
Destination: Maputo, Mozambique
 
Interesting website for the city: VisitMozambique.net and  Pmaputo.gov.mz  
 
Is it easy to navigate around? Yes, the city centre is not that big so you can navigate it by foot, cab, or local taxi. 2
 
Hostels and Hotels (few, many, tons): There are few quality hotels in Maputo. The ones I would recommend are the Polana Serena Hotel, Southern Sun Maputo, and Radisson Blu Hotel Maputo. In general hotel accommodation prices in Maputo can at times be expensive. 0.5
 
Best part of the city? The CBD/city centre (city hall, Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, The Iron House, botanic gardens, red-light district, Grand Train Station) with its Art Deco, Bauhaus, and Neoclassical architecture stands out. It’s also close to some great beaches just south in Ponta D’ Ouro & Ponto Malongane.

Björn Borg and John McEnroe Swedish tennis player Bjorn Borg (right) shakes hands over the net with American tennis player John McEnroe after winning the final of the Men's Singles tournament, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-7, 8-6 to become champion at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon, London on 5th July 1980. (Photo by Chris Smith/Popperfoto/Getty Images)Featured on OriginalSteps.com
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Swedish tennis player Bjorn Borg (right) shakes hands over the net with American tennis player John McEnroe after winning the final of the Men's Singles tournament, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-7, 8-6 to become champion at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon, London on 5th July 1980. (Photo by Chris Smith/Popperfoto/Getty Images)