Each year, nearly 32+ million people travel to Spain for the wonderful sights, food, and culture. It’s a country with a deep history unlike any other you’ll find in Europe. Its easy accessibility, inexpensive itineraries, and fun options make Spain a frequent addition to bucket lists.
Are you about to embark on an adventure to the land of the rabbits? Don’t know where to go in the land of the setting sun? Bienvenido, this is your guide to Spain. Continue reading “Bienvenido a España: What to Expect when Visiting the Iberian Peninsula”
When it comes to travelling, Barcelona is one of the most popular destinations among millions of tourists. It makes sense as favorable weather conditions, easy access, attractive beaches, surrounding recognizable mountains, tasty local cuisine and buzzing nightlife make it a quite attractive sight-seeing wonderland; not to forget Barcelona is steeped in culture and history. So it’s a great idea to go on a tour there as the city has to offer something to everyone.
Arrival and Accommodation
You have to fly to Barcelona Airport which is located 16 kms south of the city. From there, there are various public transport facilities such as trains, cars, buses, boats, etc. to roam around. You can book a room in a hostel to stay at a very cheap rate. Continue reading “Sightseeing Destination of Versatile Barcelona”
With unspoilt natural scenery and unique attractions, it’s little wonder that Tenerife is so popular. Everyone wants to visit, whether it’s holidaymakers looking for a relaxing getaway, or homeowners looking for a place in the sun to call home. Here’s a quick guide to the top 5 attractions in Tenerife.
Teide National Park
This national park is one of the most popular in all of Spain, thanks to its picturesque pine forests and its unique lunar landscape. The park features Mount Teide, the world’s third largest volcano, the top of which you can access by cable car. If you want to get right up close to the mouth of the volcano, you’ll need to visit the park’s office in Orotava for permission. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007, the park is known for its stunning geological features and its alpine flora. Continue reading “Top 5 Attractions In Tenerife”
Wherever in the world you choose to visit, it makes sense to look up what to do there before you go and to ensure you make the most of the trip. Your time abroad is probably limited, so you won’t want to spend it trying to work out what to do with your time there. We all know decision making isn’t easy! By looking up holiday hotspots and things to do before you go, you can help ensure that you make the most of your time away!
If you’re visiting Majorca you’ll be glad to know that there is plenty there for you to see and do.
This is great news because it means that whatever type of holiday you are looking for there will be something to suit you! Continue reading “Your What To Do Guide in Majorca”
Spain is a large country based in the southwestern part of Europe. The Spanish territory also includes numerous islands, namely the Balearic and the Canary Islands. It is in the Mediterranean Sea and boasts hundreds of miles of golden beaches.
Spain’s tourist industry has risen to the second biggest in the world that’s why you can find really cheap holidays in Spain, and it’s easy to see why with such idyllic beaches and wonderful sights. While there are some very popular coastal destinations, there are a few particular beaches that are very impressive and the ideal location for a luxurious break. Continue reading “Luxury Beach Destinations in Spain”