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Advice for Visiting the Vatican Museums

Advice for Visiting the Vatican Museums

Are you travelling to Rome soon and want to visit the Vatican Museums? Home to several centuries of art and history, they house some of the leading collections in Europe. However, there are several things to bear in mind before going to the Vatican Museums or Saint Peter’s Basilica. more ...

Find Accommodation for Sónar 2017!

Find Accommodation for Sónar 2017!

Summer is getting closer, and with it the best music festivals. So, get your diary out and cross off 15, 16 and 17 June, when Sónar will once again be landing in the city. Don’t miss out and get the best accommodation in Barcelona! more ...

Valencia, a City of Art and Science!

Valencia, a City of Art and Science!

The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia is without a doubt one of the most impressive sites for arts and sciences in Europe. It comprises six distinct areas: Umbracle, Hemisfèric, Museu de les Ciències Príncep Felip, Oceanogràfic, Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia and Àgora. If you’ve got enough time, they are all well worth a visit! more ...

Typical Dishes in Venice. How Many Do You Know?

Typical Dishes in Venice. How Many Do You Know?

Venetian cuisine is deeply rooted in traditional Mediterranean flavours. Given its lagoon location, it’s no surprise that many typical Venetian dishes are based on seafood (fish and shellfish), although you’ll also find many other ingredients, such as rice, fresh vegetables and polenta. more ...

The Top Vegetarian Restaurants in Madrid

The Top Vegetarian Restaurants in Madrid

Gone are the days when the word ‘vegetarian’ brought to mind plates piled high with lettuce, a great big tomato and (if you were lucky) a few sorry cubes of tofu. Both vegetarian and vegan food have come on leaps and bounds in recent years and are increasingly popular. more ...

Malaga Easter Processions 2017

Malaga Easter Processions 2017

Over five hundred years of tradition, enormous ornately decorated tronos weighing up to five tonnes, penitents wearing traditional robes, processions and an atmosphere very different to other Spanish Easter celebrations are what await visitors to Easter in Malaga. more ...

Rome tourist guide

Rome tourist guide

They say that Rome wasn’t built in a day, and the city’s tourist attractions can’t all be visited in a day, either, but here we’ve whipped up a five-minute guide to some of the main sights of Rome. more ...

Easter in Granada 2017

Easter in Granada 2017

Holy Week in Granada is one of Spain’s most spectacular Easter celebrations. Just like in Seville, Malaga and other Andalusian cities, this religious celebration which attracts thousands of visitors. more ...

Passion and Tradition during Easter in Seville 2017

Passion and Tradition during Easter in Seville 2017

There are not many things as serious as Easter in Seville. Year after year, the solemn processions surprise visitors with their size and intensity. The steps, the crosses, the sorrowful music, the sacred songs, the penitents in their traditional robes, images of the Virgin and Christ paraded through the streets on golden flower covered thrones. To have real idea of what Easter is like in Seville it needs to be experienced. more ...

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