Spain is one of the most diverse geographical and cultural countries in the world. There’s so much to see in your visit to Spain.
It has some big attractions, if you are a football fan, you can go to Camp Nou. It’s soo big!. But there is a lot of other places to go, towns to visit, you can go hiking.
The land of Paella and La Tomatina festival is waiting for you. With a lot of stunning landscapes, beautiful towns, and amazing food.
Find out where to eat, stay and play with your family while traveling to Spain.
Family friendly hotels, restaurants and tours.
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Tenerife is a beautiful destination located in the Canary Islands that attracts millions of tourists every year. It has a lot of sightseeing attractions to offer its visitors, including beaches, mountains, parks, and museums. But to make the most of your visit, means of movement on the island should be a big part of your […]Read More
What to Consider Before Getting an International Education Spain is popular among students who want to become fluent in Spanish or who simply want to experience a different culture. Its first-world status and idyllic setting are non-threatening to first-time overseas travelers. And because classroom texts typically use Castilian Spanish, it provides language learners with a […]Read More
In addition to its cultural significance, historical arts and architecture, delicious cuisine, and world-famous football club, Barcelona is also known for its beautiful beaches. Located on the Eastern coast of Spain, the cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia is the best destination for a relaxing getaway. If you are someone who loves to soak up the sun […]Read More
Located in the interior of Andalusia in southern Spain, Cordoba is a city with a long and interesting history. Although it had already been the capital of Hispania Ulterior in Roman times, its golden age came during the Muslim occupation. Throughout the almost five centuries of the Emirate and Caliphate of Cordoba (8th to 13th […]Read More
Tenerife is part of the Canary Islands, a group of mountainous islands just off the coast of Morocco, that is part of Spain. This small collection of islands attracts thousands of tourists everywhere, largely because of its year-round fantastic weather and incredible beaches. There’s enough excitement in Tenerife for anyone to get lost, like the […]Read More
The southern part of Spain is mainly a peninsular region. Enriched with history and culture, this locality consists of the provinces such as Huelva, Cadiz, Sevilla, Malaga, Cordoba, Jaen, Granada and Almeria. These provinces, as a whole, are known as Andalusia. 33,819 square miles in area, the capital of this region is Sevilla. Extremadura and […]Read More
If there is one structure to visit in Barcelona outside of La Familia Sagrada and that is Casa Batllo. Antoni Gaudí’s most definitive artist work, by far. Here are some facts about Casa Batllo and many more useful information Antoni Gaudí Casa Batllo Facts The building, where Casa Batlló stands was built between 1875 and 1877 […]Read More
Cruises are a brilliant way to add a bit of luxury and class to your holiday while also visiting multiple locations in a short space of time. However, if you are very excited about a certain location, it can be frustrating just how little time you get to explore it – usually, you will have […]Read More
Sitges in Spain is one of those towns where the beach is so close that you can hear the wave from almost every corner of the city. Located in Catalonia, a region in the northeast of Spain. Sitges is famous among tourists due to its proximity to Barcelona and for its Film Festival and Carnivals. […]Read More
When thinking about Spain as a tourist destination, all that comes to mind are colorful cities, vibrant sceneries, and stunning architecture. All Spanish cities reflect multicultural vibes that tourists seek for a perfect getaway. One of the cities that best represents Spanish culture is Andalusia, particularly its capital city: Sevilla. Arabs, Romans, and Jewish have left […]Read More
Public transportation is a whole deal and adeventure on his own when you travel to a new destinations, many tourist like to avoid it others don’t but it’s one of the best ways to immerse in the local culture of the country.
In today’s podcast, I’m going to be talking about the Barcelona Metro System, what do you need to know and many useful tips about it.Read More
Every place have its own unique thing, and Spain is very well-known for Paellas, Tapas and flamenco, but something that’s unique about Spain and is not really well known is its coffee culture and the Bon Bon Coffee.
I’m going to be talking about the Bon Bon Coffee in Spain and what’s special about it.Read More
Bikepacking and Touring are popular activities in Spain, with great options for bike touring and even bikepacking. Spain is an interesting place for bike touring, with a mix of rolling hills and coastal cities, giving you plenty to explore on two wheels. Hundreds of places make for great routes in Spain, but these three will […]Read More
What is the first thing most people do almost unconsciously when traveling to a new city? Eat and Drink! and Reus was not the exception for us, local food and drinks are a must try.
In today’s podcasts, I’m going to be talking about local specialty in Reus, I’m going to let you know what most people drink and eat in Reus, Spain.Read More
Reus is a small city in Spain, and one of the spots for climbers, it has some of the best local gym and is really close to famous rock climbing spots like Siruana.Read More
Looking for a place to stay in Barcelona, Spain can be easy, but there are so many options you just can’t decide, but, the Renaissance Marriott Fira Hotel is a sure bet.Read More
I’m going to be talking about Bandida beach bar in La Savinosa Beach, Tarragona, and my adventure of finding a hidden gem.Read More
One of the biggest mistakes you could make while traveling to a new place is not ascertaining where you would want to live, and how much of the new environment you intend to soak up and enjoy. There is much more to travel and exploration beyond the discovery of a new place. There is the […]Read More
La Sagrada Familia is almost synonymous with Barcelona. Whenever you hear either said you immediately think of one or the other. It’s like the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building and New York City. Here are some of the best facts about La Sagrada Família. With so much hype around this landmark, finding […]Read More