Avid stargazers will want to visit Spain’s Observatorio Astronomico de Mallorca

Few things are more beautiful than traveling to a destination where you can look up into the night sky and see stars sprinkled everywhere above you. Although spending time in major cities like New York and Miami are great, all the lights that illuminate the city don't make it conducive to stargazing.

However, if you are a budding astrologist, then you may want to consider visiting Palma de Mallorca, Spain. According to the Huffington Post, it is one of the best places on earth to see shooting stars and constellations, such as the Big Dipper.

This unpolluted island is some of the most beautiful landscape in the entire country. One of the most well known observatories in all of Europe, the Observatorio Astronomico de Mallorca, is here. Shortly after its construction in 1991, it opened it's doors to the public and ever since then, has been one of the most popular attractions on the island.

If you do plan a trip here, take advantage of the telescopes that are available to the public. When you do, you'll be able to see Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and Venus. However, be sure that you come to the Observatorio on Friday and Saturday nights as those are the only days it is open to non-employees.

During your trip to Mallorca, don't waste your time renting a car or hailing a taxi. Instead, use an executive transportation group like Hermes Worldwide. Their experienced chauffeurs are among the best in the industry and have a reputation for providing their clients with top-notch customer service. Whether you choose to book a luxury sedan or limousine, you can rest assured you'll be more than pleased with your experience.

Avid stargazers will want to visit Spain’s Observatorio Astronomico de Mallorca