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What To Do in Valencia: The 8 Best Alternatives

What are the first images you conjure up when thinking about a holiday in Spain? Tables laden with tapas? Bullfights? Flamenco dancers? You won’t be wrong, but if you have your sights on Valencia, you’re going to have to adjust your visor just a little bit.  Here are our absolute must-see places ...

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How to Plan a Trip to Spain

How to Plan a Trip to Spain

Although the majority of travelers embarking on trips to Spain have less than two weeks to explore, it is tough to truly experience the country’s incredibly diverse landscape, culture, architecture, and cuisine in such a short space of time. There is so much to see - from specialty tapas and ...

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7 Of The Best Plazas In Madrid

With so much rich history around every corner, it’s probably not surprising that the capital of Spain is full of Madrid squares. Spanish friends and family, as well as tourists from all over the world, gather in these squares to meet, stroll and have food or drinks. The many days of sunshine ...

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Ictineo II: The Wooden Submarine

Exploring the harbour of Barcelona, we were amazed to stumble across this large wooden submarine, an actual reconstruction of the original submarine, the Ictineo II. On returning home and doing a little research (as we do), we were even more amazed to learn about the history of this legendary ...

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Cider Museum Of Asturias

Cider Museum Of Asturias

The best place to get to know the Spanish cider (sidra) is naturally: the Cider Shire, and the best place to start your excursion is the Cider Museum in Nava. Stretching out from the eastern coast of Asturias to the inland, the Cider Shire (with its 570 square kilometres) covers a rolling landscape ...

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What To Eat In Spain: A Guide To Spanish Food

Food, food, glorious food! One thing is for sure when visiting Spain, there is no reason for you to go hungry! There are restaurants of every variety, food vendors and food markets are almost everywhere in the inner cities. Even those road tripping around Spain will notice that, at regular ...

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