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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

5 Things to See in Merida Spain

This beautiful ancient Roman city, situated in central Spain, is a national heritage site, and home to some of the richest Roman history in theatre, art, sculpture, architecture and city planning. It’s the destination for anyone visiting Spain with an interest in ancient history, and a great ...

The Great Mosque Of Cordoba

The Great Mosque of Cordoba was built 175 years after Islam began, making this one of the first mosques in the world. The Great Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba is a monument that showcases the religious metamorphose of Spain from the day people started populating the area of Cordoba in 784 AD. Also ...

Do People In Spain Speak English?

Are you one of those individuals who find languages (even your own native tongue) very difficult to learn? Consequently, are you anxiously approaching your first visit to Spain, in fear that your meager Spanish might not be enough? If so, then you have come to the right place, because we are ...

7 Of The Best Tapas Bars In Malaga

Malaga and tapas-hopping basically mean the same thing, right? Well, anybody that is familiar with this area of Spain will most certainly agree with you. It’s definitely not something you want to miss when visiting this tasty part of Spain. Spanish food is just so great! There are many great ...

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