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08 Sep Resting in the Spanish Costa Blanca

Denia is located on the Mediterranean with some 20km of beach and a backdrop of pine clad hills and mountains.  The climate is one of the best in Spain, and Denia was voted as the 3rd healthiest place to live, once visited you can see why.  With the temperature rarely dropping below the mid teens in the winter and averaging 19 degrees throughout the year, Denia’s climate is both mild and dry, ideal for both...

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24 Aug Spanish islands: the Balearic

We have always talked about the Balearic as the top islands destination in Spain, together with the Canary islands, but today we want to make a brief review to its history. The islands have been inhabited since prehistoric times, around 5000 BC, and there are many Cyclopean remains. These show the communities constructed dwellings of stone. There is evidence of primitive agriculture including the keeping of domesticated animals. Jewellery, pottery and tools appear to have been...

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04 Jun Best prices to fly to Spain

Spain provides opportunities for visitors and tourists. This mediterranean country has a lot of landmarks, travelers could not just leave without taking a leg to the must see places there are in Spain. Madrid is a paradise for art lovers. Explore the city’s three superb art museums. The Prado has one of the most remarkable art collections in the world. The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia focuses on modern art and is where Picasso’s famous...

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16 Apr Park Güell: a trip to Gaudi’s mind

There is much history to be seen in Barcelona, many of it recent. Much history is noted in Catalunya or the four regions surrounding Barcelona. With everything that is happening in Barcelona recently, tourism has exploded in the area. With so much going on now be ready for an action and fun packed vacation if everything is planned out properly. Make A Plan When Visiting Barcelona Your first stop should be Guell Park. This is an area...

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26 Feb Andalusian beauties

Andalucia, which is Spain’s southernmost autonomous community, is a place of unrivalled natural beauty. The state, which consists of eight provinces, each unique in its own offerings is rising up meteorically on everyone’s chart of the best tourist destinations in the world due to its varied and till now, untouched and undiscovered beauty. Andalucia’s natural beauty is unique in itself because it is one of those rare places on earth that offer mankind all the...

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23 Oct Traveling by train from Catalonia to France

Travelling by train to France is one of the most practical and beautiful ways of travel. Now you can travel to France from Figueres in Catalonia and other cities of Spain with the TGV French train. SNCF (French train railways) is in charge of the management that connect every city in France by high speed trains (French TGV) and the Corail traditional trains. This railway also connects countries at the border, like Spain, Amsterdam in...

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09 Oct European secondary airports

Low cost companies have made possible air traffic in secondary airports in Europe, due to the low cost of airline tickets. Airlines like Ryanair, EasyJet and Vueling connect different European countries like France, Germany, United Kingdom and Italy. Low cost tickets are an alternative for flying for people on a tight budget. Although tickets are sold at a low prices, we have to add transport costs from the regional airports to the city. There are five airports in...

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14 Aug 5 Spanish cities for 5 different travelers

There are test to distinguish among personality types or professional careers. We want now to track five types of travel, each of which is suitable for a particular traveler. Which is yours? Spanish cities 1. Barcelona for the cosmopolitan people: This city is perfect for those people who want everything. Barcelona is located in an area between the mountains and the sea. There is no problem to visit regions like Lleida and Girona because the high speed...

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07 Aug The Cantábrico Sea, a luxury destination for the summer 2014

We usually think that the Mediterranean coast and the beaches in Huelva are for the summer. Why? The good weather is guaranteed. But the reality is that the North of Spain has good weather in July and August. It is amazing how the weather forecast is wrong with the northern coasts. Temperatures have reached 33º some years, and this is equivalent to 40º in the inside peninsula. It is worth choosing the Cantábrico, with part...

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