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Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2012
Barcelona is the capital of the Catalan region of Spain and is the second largest city in Spain after Madrid . It’s a lively, historic city with stunning architecture, great food and entrancing ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, October 2011
With the change in seasons comes more fun things to do in Barcelona . Here are some places to try this fall. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Barcelona Things To Do ...
The Gothic Quarter is the oldest part of Barcelona
and retains its medieval layout of narrow crisscrossing streets and
squares in which awe-inspiring churches are crammed. No trip to ...
Located just 12 kilometers west of Málaga, Spain, you’ll find another popular seaside of resort town: Benalmádena. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Andalucia and ...
It’s got the sun, the sea, the marina facilities, the apartments and the nightlife: no wonder Benalmadena
Marina is so popular and often voted Best Marina in the World. If
you’ve got a boat of ...
is a city that knows how to throw a party and some of its best blowouts
are its neighborhood street festivals. The streets are decorated,
tables and chairs are brought outside and ...
Translated as the Royal Monastery of the Incarnation, this 17th-century convent sits just steps away from Madrid’s Plaza de Oriente and other well-known city attractions, such as the Royal Palace ...
One of my top 3 favorite flea markets in the world (the others are in Brussels and Berlin ),
the bustling Mercat del Encants is always worth the trip! The bustling
aisles of bric-a-brac and ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, February 2012
There are two good reasons to go to Valencia in March. One is the sunshine – escaping the lengthy northern winter is often why people hop on a cheap flight to the reliably warm south of Spain . ...
Written by Erin R, January 2013
While Madrid is
far from being a pricey city, consider saving your euros for souvenirs
and a soccer game by instead hiting up some of these free-of-charge
Madrid has no ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2012
Gibraltar is the imposing rock at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea, sitting between Morocco and Spain where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean.
It’s only 6 square miles in total ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
Established in the 14th century, Bilbao developed into a port industrial town during the 19th and 20th centuries, growing in population but perhaps not in status. All that changed in the late ...
Hit the beach at Barceloneta and take a quick dip in minus 8 degrees. Yes, IceBarcelona ,
an ice bar, will give you shelter from the heat of a summer day, with
mittens and a winter coat exchanged ...
The Moorish Baths of Andalucia
offer to create an idyllic sense of well being, taking you back to the
historic days of the Caliphs in gorgeous settings. The spas and thermal
springs have been ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
That wonderfully passionate dance, the Flamenco, has come to represent the whole of Spain but it all began in the small region of Andalucia ,
the town of Jerez de la Frontera in particular. The ...
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Doing what: Girona and Costa Brava Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona