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Madrid Museums: Prado, Thyssen and Reina Sofia Museum

by Lauren on Monday, November 12, 2012

The Museo Del PradoThe Museo Del Prado is the main art museum in Spain and it is located in the centre of Madrid. The museum mainly exhibits paintings and sculptures, but there are some other types of artwork too. The… more »

The Sunrise of Spain: la Costa Blanca

by Dilek on Thursday, November 08, 2012

Waking up with the charming scent of flowers and watching the sunrise, you can probably hear the song "What a Wonderful World" in la Costa Blanca (White Coast).Situated in the southeast of Spain the coastline… more »

Madrid Itinerary: Plaza de Cibeles, Puerta de Alcalá and Parque del Retiro

by Lauren on Monday, November 05, 2012

Plaza De CibelesThe Plaza De Cibeles is a famous square in Madrid, renowned for the Cibeles fountain which portrays two lions pulling a chariot carrying the Roman Goddess of fertility. Other famous buildings in the… more »

Five New Spanish Wine Routes

by Dilek on Thursday, November 01, 2012

An important center of attraction in Spain is its cuisine yet tasting the very finest selection of Spanish wine must be added to your to-do-list too. From south to north and east to west, many wine routes are welcoming… more »

Madrid Itinerary: Puerta de Toledo and Parque del Oeste

by Lauren on Monday, October 29, 2012

The Puerta De Toledo is so called because it used to provide a walkway between Toledo and Madrid. It is one of the few remaining gates of Madrid and a leftover part of awall that surrounded the city that is now the… more »

A Good Reason To Visit Spain : Spanish Art

by Dilek on Thursday, October 25, 2012

Spanish art has one of the most admirable works and many artists have great influences on other artists and cultures as well as their own. One of the motivations of travelers coming to Spain is to see the beautiful… more »

Madrid Itinerary: Teatro Real, Puerta Del Sol and Alcalá

by Lauren on Monday, October 22, 2012

The Teatro Real is the opera house in Madrid and one of the most highly thought of in the whole of Europe! It is situated in the Plaza de Oriente, opposite the Palacio Real de Madrid. The Palacio is the official… more »

Best Food Spots in Spain

by Dilek on Thursday, October 18, 2012

The reasons why we travel differ: Study, work or just pure leisure, sometimes we can miss the important details during our stay in a foreign country. One of them is to taste the typical food. Now Spain offers you the… more »

Madrid: from Medieval Madrid to Madrid of the Habsburgs

by Seun on Monday, October 15, 2012

The city of Madrid enjoyed a particularly prosperous period of history during which the city was edified to the grandeur in which it now stands. In 1086, Madrid, then home to a Moorish settlement, was conquered by the… more »

Madrid: Alcalá de Henares

by Seun on Tuesday, October 09, 2012

On the easternmost boundary of the Comunidad de Madrid, on the River Henares some 31km from Madrid, lies Alcalá de Henares, a truly historic city. Whilst some archaeologists date the settlement back to a very… more »

San Sebastian: Spanish Culture Back Up For Economy

by Dilek on Thursday, October 04, 2012

Called “Donostia” in Euskera language, situaded in a wondrous location in the north of Spain, San Sebastian has stood up for “the shell of tourism and culture” for years.Famous for its… more »

Madrid: Aranjuez

by Seun on Monday, October 01, 2012

Since 1560 and thanks to the great artisan in King Felipe II, Aranjuez has enjoyed fame due to its status as one of the Reales Sitios of the Spanish crown.The city is the southernmost in the Comunidad de Madrid and… more »

Madrid: El Escorial

by Seun on Monday, September 24, 2012

The Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial is Spain’s historical meeting place of royal authority and its long-standing clerical influence.The residence of the royal family and the church at which they… more »

Madrid: City

by Seun on Monday, September 17, 2012

The city of Madrid, geographically, economically, and administratively central to Spain is the capital of the homonymous uniprovincial Comunidad de Madrid and of course, it is the capital of the entire kingdom. With a… more »

Barcelona: Port Aventura

by Seun on Monday, September 10, 2012

Port Aventura is a holiday leisure resort that confines a variety of typical holiday activities onto one site found in the Province of Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain. The idea for a leisure park was conceived by the… more »

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