Huelva may not be the most tourist city in Spain, but that doesn't mean it isn't worth visiting. Some of the most important historic moments took place in and around Huelva, the best beaches in Spain are along this stretch of coast and the villages are oozing in Andalusian charm.Read More
What do to while travelling in Spain
When you visit Spain your biggest problem will be trying to decide what you have time to do as it will be impossible to do and see everything.
Most tourists who come to Spain flock to the Mediterranean assuming that is where they will find the best beaches. If you really want stunning, uncrowded never-ending beaches you will want to head to the Atlantic coast near Huelva.Read More
This tour delves into the urban legends of Madrid and tells the stories about some of the most colourful people who have lived and shaped Madrid throughout history. It takes you to the oldest streets and walks you through some of the most historic spots in Madrid that otherwise go overlooked.
Have you ever wanted to step back in time and really see and feel what life was like 700 years ago? Head to Pedraza in the province of Segovia, Spain and you can pretty much do just that. This enchanting village has changed very little in character over the past centuries and can immerse you in history much quicker than any book could ever do.
Valencia is one of my favourite cities in Spain—it has almost everything you could hope to see when you visit a new place. An elegant downtown historical centre with palaces, parks and wide treed streets, amazing cuisine, art and culture that even your kids will enjoy all wrapped in a wonderful package of a warm climate and sunshine almost all year. What's not to love?
Eating out in Spain is a science. It is a social event that is meant to be savoured an enjoyed, not rushed. So go with the flow—sit back, take your time and relax while enjoying the fantastic cuisine.
Driving in a foreign country can have its challenges. Here are some tips on how to survive driving in Spain.
If you come to Spain and all you get to see is Segovia, you will go home happy. Segovia has a 2000-year-old Roman aqueduct, a medieval castle, a gothic cathedral Roman churches, quaint pedestrian streets filled with artisan shops, and some of the best gastronomic delights in Spain.
The quiet little village Brihuega in the province of Guadalajara is teeming in history. From medieval history with the first Gothic church in Spain to 16th century Royal cloth factory that gave jobs to 1000 workers, to Moorish caves you can immerse yourself in Spanish history.
Alcalá de Henares was a thriving city long before Madrid had an importance. It is only 25 minutes from Madrid by train. Alcalá de Henares is a city rich in history, architecture and culture.
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.