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.
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.
When looking to travel to Spain, the number of choices to make can be overwhelming. There are so many incredible places, so knowing where to go in Spain can be a day-long discussion. So, instead of looking at different places in isolation, let’s divide up the country in a different way: Cities, villages, and coastlines. From gritty […]Read More
Are you planning a trip to Spain? Before you go, make sure you have everything in order by following our simple traveler’s guide. Are you the type of person who loves exploring the world? There’s nothing better than getting away from home and traveling to new destinations. The world is full of exotic, beautiful countries […]Read More
Before arriving to any new destination, researching the place is not only common, but a smart thing to do. Unless you totally want to wing it, which is fun, but when you have kids, winging anything is more of a hassle than the joy of it. So when I started my orientation of Best Barcelona […]Read More
Costa Blanca region in Alicante, Spain encompasses a 200 kilometers long strip of white-sanded beaches that go through six cities along the Mediterranean. The British and Germans tend to love coming to this region for a fun and relaxing holiday in the sun. Each of the cities that form Costa Blanca has something to offer for visitors. […]Read More
Visiting Napa Valley over twenty years ago hooked me onto wine tours. Since then, whenever possible, I make sure to visit a local winery. Gratefully, our visit to Spain allowed us to visit many regions, and I made it my mission to find fun things to do in Barcelona and that’s how I found Cava […]Read More
Living with a family of chocolate lovers, the idea of visiting one of the most popular chocolatiers in Spain, Simon Coll, was a must-do. Visiting and Touring Simon Coll Simon Coll is located about 45 minutes outside of Barcelona. What’s great about the area that Simon Coll is located in, is that it’s also the place […]Read More
Madrid, as with most of Spain’s cities, has a Teleferico, Cableway (in English). It takes you over the city to its highest peak. Is the Teleferico de Madrid Worth the Money? Before arriving in Madrid I was recommended a number of different Madrid attractions: Prado Museum Royal Palace Flamenco Show Real Madrid Stadium tour (if you […]Read More
After years of traveling, I’ve reached a conclusion. Whenever you are in a new city, get your bearings by taking a tour. This can be done in a variety of ways: walking tour, bus tour, or bike tour. That’s why decided to get around Malaga on a bike city tour. We LOVE biking, so to […]Read More
Do you remember when hotels showered their guests with all sorts of welcome goodies, such as tons of different toiletries ranging from shampoos to toothbrushes to huge breakfasts? I have forgotten those good ‘ole days. Today you are lucky to get a free glass of water when you arrive and the ‘included in the price’ […]Read More
Do you know what happens when young boys enjoy watching bats at night? Discovery of one of the most beautiful cave systems in Spain. Nerja Caves, discovered completely accidentally by five buddies from the area, is one of the most interesting and beautiful caves in the area and probably that we have visited. And that’s what […]Read More
Fact – Our absolute favorite activity to do in any town, city, or country is to rent bikes and explore the landmarks of the city, like the football stadium called La Rosaleda. The best way is to do a city tour of Malaga, which I did and wrote a post about it, you can read […]Read More
Went looking for some Flamenco instead and found so much more. When searching for unique and fun restaurants during our trip to Malaga, Spain, I instantly gravitated to restaurants with Flamenco. Spain is the birthplace of this passionate art and Malaga is so close to Granada, where it all started, I figured this will be […]Read More
For our family trip to Spain everyone had certain criteria of what they HAD to experience. Even if the rest of the family wasn’t 100% keen on the activity we joined in, because we knew it would be reciprocated for others. In this case, football stadium tour hopping was one way of getting my oldest to do […]Read More
Confession time, before our trip to Spain I barely gave Malaga a second thought. I knew it was in the south of Spain, in Costa del Sol, but that was the extent of it. It wasn’t calling out to me like Barcelona or Madrid (the typical spots to visit). But being a research junkie, especially […]Read More
When staying in Spain we decided to stay in private apartments or aparthotels (where available), the convenience of it with kids is crucial for a happy trip. I always looked for the aparthotel option but was only able to find a good one in Valencia. Valencia Flats was a great option for us. The location was […]Read More
Sacromonte Granada has got to be one of my family’s and mine favorite spots in Spain. Not only is it the home of Flamenco Dancing and the Gitanos (gypsies), its unique layout is incredibly different than anywhere else. Including the cave houses. 12 Facts About Sacromonte Sacromonte is a neighborhood of Granada in Spain. It’s name […]Read More
Spain is one of the few European countries that still have an active monarchy. Visiting the Royal Palace (Palacio Real) was a huge bucket list item for me. And now I can say I did it and it was great. Palacio Real de Madrid The palace is still the official residence of the King and […]Read More
Imagine hanging out on your private balcony overlooking the Sierra Nevada mountain range on one side and an ancient Arab city and fortress on the other as the sunsets. This is what we had in our two bedroom apartment in Granada. With every vacation rental we have, I turn further and further away from the […]Read More
Spain is home to some of the best art museums in Europe, and what a better way to get a taste of Spanish art than by visiting its birthplace! Before you book for yourself, take a look at our guide and consider some of the most famous options the country has to offer. In any […]Read More
There are tons of Barcelona tourist attractions but there was the main thing that my family wanted to do. Traveling Spain with two football fans makes it difficult to escape the Barca magic. Since we were in Barcelona when no games were played, we did the next best thing – tour of Camp Nou Barcelona. […]Read More