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A stroll through the Alfama district in Lisbon

A stroll through the Alfama district in Lisbon

Alfama is one of the most famous neighbourhoods in Lisbon and is considered to be the birthplace of fado. Located at the foot of Castelo de São Jorge with stunning views over the River Tagus and the city, what was once a fishing district is now one of the city’s tourist hotspots. more ...

Best beaches in Valencia

Best beaches in Valencia

The beaches in Valencia city are ever so slightly out of the town centre, meaning that travellers to the region might neglect to pay them a visit. The beaches in Valencia, however, are a great spot to relax, lie back and break up some of the more cultural aspects of visiting the city – as well as being renowned for being arguably the best place in the world to try a paella! more ...

The best beaches in the Algarve

The best beaches in the Algarve

Surrounded by the clear waters and cool breezes of the Atlantic, the more than 200 km of coast extending over the Algarve region of Portugal, have an endless number of beaches. Thus, if what you’re looking for these holidays are pleasant temperatures where you can relax on find sand and enjoy the sun, then this is the place for you. more ...

Trip to San Juan de Gaztelugatxe

Trip to San Juan de Gaztelugatxe

The hermitage of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, only 40 km from Bilbao, is one of those places that appear to have leapt straight out of the pages of a fairy tale. Built on the top of an islet, this unique church is one of the prettiest sights along the Cantabrian coast. more ...

The Triana neighbourhood in Seville

The Triana neighbourhood in Seville

On the other side of the River Guadalquivir, Triana is one of the most charismatic neighbourhoods in Seville. Birthplace to Flamenco singers, sailors and bullfighters, Triana is proud of its distinctive character, which makes it practically its own town within the city of Seville. more ...

The loveliest medieval towns on the Costa Brava

The loveliest medieval towns on the Costa Brava

The Costa Brava, in addition to the beauty of the natural surroundings, possesses an abundance of cultural heritage with medieval art featuring amongst the most impressive. A large amount of mediaeval remains hide amongst the green mountains and towns on the Costa Brava. Here are some of them: more ...

Picasso Walking Tour in Malaga

Picasso Walking Tour in Malaga

Malaga is famous, amongst many other things, for having brought one of the painting geniuses into the world, none other than Pablo Picasso. Following in the footsteps of its favourite child is a great way of discovering the charm of this Mediterranean city. more ...

Architecturally inspired apartments in Barcelona

Architecturally inspired apartments in Barcelona

Barcelona architecture is recognised and admired across the world for being a never ending source of inspiration. The curved lines of the modernist buildings, the colourful mosaics, and the wrought iron detail in Gaudi’s works and his contemporaries are some of the defining features that make it the modernist capital of the world. However, there is much more to Barcelona than this: the sturdy walls of medieval churches, its markets and lively streets and the more trend setting recent constructions. more ...

Christmas in San Sebastian

Christmas in San Sebastian

San Sebastian during Christmas is full of enchantment where the traditions of the Basque country, like the Olerentzo, combine perfectly with other widespread Sapanish traditions, turron, christmas markets and of course the grapes on New Year's Eve. We'll tell you what is happening in San Sebastian this Christmas. more ...

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