It's difficult to be in two places at once. But if you're headed to Llívia, Spain, then it's no problem at all. That's because it's a country within a country.
Llívia is technically a Spanish territory, though it's situated within French land.
According to Lonely Planet, this interesting situation is due to the 1659 Treaty of the Pyrenees when Spain ceded more than 30 villages to France, but held on to Llívia as it was technically a Spanish town.
Llívia's got a confusing nationality. For administrative purposes, it’s part of the province of Girona, Spain -- the home of the other Eiffel Tower (yes, really!). Geographically, it’s in Pyrénées-Orientales, a province on the French coast.
Esteve Pharmacy is one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe, though these days it functions as a museum. The quirky, medieval attraction has been around since the 15th century and today offers guests the chance to view old prescription books and incredible relics from the Renaissance.
No matter what you do while you're in Llívia, you always get to come away with the awesome, intangible souvenir of standing in two countries at once. See you there!