31 places that should be on your bucket list when you come to Spain

31 places that should be on your bucket list when you come to Spain

There are just so many places to see in Spain. Each region has its own culture, gastronomy, crafts and way of life. From the little white villages along the Mediterranean Sea in the south to the world-renowned food in the north and everything in between it is hard to choose what you really should take time to see. This is a list of some travellers favourite spots in Spain—and why—so you can have an easier time deciding what to see when you come to visit this diverse country.

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Hidden wonders of Northern Spain—Recommendations from fellow travellers

Hidden wonders of Northern Spain—Recommendations from fellow travellers

Northern Spain often flies under the radar for tourists visiting Spain. Yet, there is so much to see and appreciate here from the architecture to the history and the stunning natural parks. Don’t miss out on the treasures in Northern Spain.

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Interior Galicia—The undiscovered paradise of Spain

Interior Galicia—The undiscovered paradise of Spain

When you think of Spain white villages soaked in the sun and ladies dancing flamenco might come to mind. But Spain is so much more—and Galicia is a prime example of an undiscovered area that is often not on the tourist radar but is very worth checking out. This article takes you to a historic wine area with vineyards that are over 2000 years, a Roman gold mine that is just as much valued for the natural setting as the historical factor, and a medieval castle perched on top of a mountain overlooking the lush valley below.

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Your ultimate guide to the beaches of Spain

Your ultimate guide to the beaches of Spain

With 8000 km of coastline, how do you decide which beach to hit? Here is an overview of the beaches of Spain so you can make the best choice for the type of beach you and your family would like to hang out on.

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The Rioja region is the Tuscany of Spain

The Rioja region is the Tuscany of Spain

If you are a wine snob, the Rioja is no doubt on your hit list of places to go in Spain. However, even if you know nothing about wine you will fall in love with this region of Spain. The Rioja is a long fertile valley made up of friendly people and quaint villages. Once you step foot in this valley you won't want to leave. 

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