Spain is the country of the siesta, regular life in Spain moves at a slow pace until late. I ti possible for many travelers to become frustrated at the limited shop hours and seemingly laid back lifestyle. But it’s this Spanish perspective : move slowly, enjoy yourself, eat well, and relax, which gives the country its well deserved character. Spain is a beautiful, interesting, and dynamic country, and we aim to show you the many place you can discover when you travel to Spain.
Reaching out into the closest point to Africa, the southernmost point in Europe and the sea, Tarifa is one of the coastal towns with the greatest tourist attractions, having become a bona fide Mecca for […]
1. Catedral de Burgos: A UNESCO World Heritage Site At the foot of Burgos’ castle hill stands the UNESCO-listed Cathedral of Burgos, a masterpiece of Spanish Gothic architecture. The profusion of sculptural decoration and […]
Some of the most distinctive geographical features are the Mountains of Spain. They are so widespread that Richard Ford, the famous 19th-century English traveler called Spain’s topography “almost one mountain.” After Switzerland, Spain is the […]
From Taylor Follett…. A fellow traveler in Barcelona revealed to me that Barcelona was probably his favorite capital city. I was confused: I know the capital of Spain is Madrid, and I was in Spain, […]
Centrally located on Spain’s Mediterranean coast is the city of Alicante, which has been an important sea port for many centuries. The city offers a range of activities and various centres around towns such as […]
1. Glass and Crystal Museum This new museum, which opened in 2009, has around 700 pieces of glass, dating from Phoenician times to the 20the century. The museum is housed in an 18th-century casa palacio […]
Spain has had a turbulent history, which has resulted in the country being home to over 2500 Castles. ranging from Moorish castles to military fortresses built in the “Reconquista”, medieval castles, castles overlooking the sea, and […]