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  • 8 days in spain itinerary: Get to know Barcelona and Madrid

    The main route in this 8 days in Spain itinerary described by an expert traveler If you do not know Spain and don’t have time, we recommend you start and focus on the main cities of Spain with this 8 days in Spain itinerary to get to know Madrid and Barcelona. In this post we …

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  • Toledo and the Burial of the Count of Orgaz; one of El Greco paintings

    Get to know one of El Greco paintings and most important works of art in the city of Toledo. We will explain the most important details of this work of art: The Burial of the Count of Orgaz. Enjoy this explanation to get to know and enjoy this emblematic painting from El Greco. Coming to …

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  • Easter in Seville

    Easter in Seville: devotion on the streets

    Seville has been holding its Easter week celebrations since the 16th century, and they have become universally famous. Some 50,000 people put on traditional robes to parade in the 58 organised processions, while the “costaleros” carry the pasos (religious statues) on their shoulders. There are processions in the evening and at night every day. Each …

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  • Tenerife: Carnival, beach and mountain

    Tenerife: Carnival, beach and mountain

    Second only to Rio Janeiro as the most well-known and popular carnival in the world, the Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival is an eclectic mix of exotic costumes, shows, parades, and boisterous parties day and night. Get swept up in the hedonistic atmosphere of this most beloved celebration, where normal taboos disappear and everything goes. …

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  • Puerto Banús

    Some things to do in Marbella in summer

    Located on Spain’s glorious Costa del Sol, where Andalusia meets the Mediterranean Sea, Marbella stands out for its unique combination of adventure, entertainment, spectacular shopping, 5-star dining, and fashionable beach life. Each year, jet-setters from around the world flock to this Spanish resort to soak up the sun and get a taste of quintessential Andalusia, …

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  • Santiago de Compostela

    Santiago de Compostela: end of trip

    Santiago de Compostela is not just the final point of the Camino de Santiago, it is a fantastic place to explore, wandering around its alleys and quaint granite streets. It is quite pocket-sized too, so make sure you dedicate at least a couple of days to soak in the city’s vibrant atmosphere. And July is …

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