Spain’s Most Fantasized Locations You Should Check Out Europe is the dream, isn’t it? Maybe not for Europeans but for all those who have not been there. People all around the world would confess their desire to see the lovely streets of Paris, Barcelona, Rome, London, Vatican City, Athens, Ibiza,and countless other locations so much. Of course, Europe has it all. The modernity, the sophistication, the greenery, the environment. Although getting to Europe is not as easy as it used to be, considering the kind of security check systems they have in place at the terminals and checkpoints. However, it still doesn’t stop tourists and visitors from trying to get in.
The First Place to Go: When you make the trip, you would want to make sure that you start with the most popular and entertaining location first. A few places to consider for a starting point are Spain’s Madrid or Granada. Although not the most favorite first choice, but surely the most recommended one is Madrid’s tour ar..
Spain could be Europe’s most extraordinary country. From heartfelt flamenco and delicious food to cutting edge architecture and cities, Spain is a boggling blend of mixing and frequently curious traditions, live-for-the-minute indulgence and an eagerness to grasp the future with a steadily adventurous soul. Here are the top 10 places a good time is almost guaranteed… so you better book early before it’s full.
Nostalgic feelings in Salamanca
Known as Spain’s “golden city,” Salamanca is rich in architectural, religious and gastronomic culture. Marvel at the La Casa de las Conchas (house of shells) and the 18th century Plaza Mayor, then pore over the fresh produce of the Central Market. Both the Old and New Cathedrals of Salamanca are celebrations of Renaissance and Gothic styles. One of the most charming squares in Spain, Plaza Mayor is the heart of Salamanca and an excellent example of Baroque architecture. Enjoy a walk around the exterior terraces, savour an ice cream or relax in o..READ MORE
If you are planning to visit the beautiful island of Fuerteventura, I highly recommend you explore its beautiful beaches and stunning landscapes by car! In this Ultimate Care Hire Fuerteventura Guide I will show you all the
V-E-R-Y important tips and tricks on how to avoid those TRICKY additional charges most rental companies want to charge.
So, get ready – book your car online today and avoid additional cost, get the best car for the lowest price and start exploring this beautiful Spanish paradise hidden in the Atlantic Ocean.
Ultimate Car Hire Fuerteventura Guide – How to avoid those TRICKY extra charges? Are you ready to explore the beautiful island of Fuerteventura? Have you ever asked yourself the following question:
“Did I really get the best deal for my holiday rental car?”
I get it – renting a car in a different country can be a difficult task. Thankfully, The Road Trip Guy (that’s me!) has done all the difficult work for you! If you scroll through the table of content y..
Spain Road Trip Itinerary – Route: Barcelona, Calpe, Granada, Malaga & Madrid Traveling through Europe by car can be an amazing experience. During the summer thousands of Europeans hit the road and travel to all kinds of exotic destinations. It can either be a family road trip on the North Coast 500 in Scotland, or a romantic journey through the Norwegian fjords. But what about a real summer road trip? Well, you have come to the right place as in this blog post we discuss the ultimate Spain Road Trip Itinerary.
Get ready to see some ancient architecture, eat delicious Spanish foods, drink famous beverages and learn all there is to know about the local culture and its beautiful traditions. Vamos! Let’s go!
Road Trip in Spain Planner – The Route The route will take you through all the major hot-spots of Spain, but also focuses on the countries hidden gems. The route starts in the famous city of Barcelona and takes you down south towards the small beach-town of Calpe.
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Renting A Car In Lanzarote Like A Boss!
[ Beginners Guide & Save Money! ] Designated a Biosphere Reserve and being located right within the heat of the Atlantic Ocean, Lanzarote is a Spanish island, blessed with beautiful black earth landscape and exotic flora. If we take into consideration the legend of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is the located in the remains of the ancient civilization Atlantis.
You should consider car rental in Lanzarote if you want to explore the amazing landscapes that you have to see here.
A short introduction: Welcome to Lanzarote! Lanzarote Island is the easternmost of the Canary Islands, being the fourth largest in this archipelago – 845.9 sq. Km. To the north of Lanzarote, there are several smaller islands – Graciosa, Montaña Clara, and Alegranza, which together with the islands of Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste form the Chinijo Archipelago, a refuge for a large number of seabirds.
Lanzarote is far from being consistent with the diversity, beauty a..
DATE : February 19, 2019
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Sport Published on February 11, 2019 | by Andrea Guerriero
Real Madrid Hospitality Packages for people travelling to Madrid Planning to catch Real Madrid take to the field of the ‘Santiago Bernabéu’ stadium as they take on one of their rivals this season? Well, the idea is great. But are you prepared? Getting match tickets. Travel bookings. Hotels. Food. Packing. Ugh! It’s too much, right? Umm. We know! While you are all hyped up as your football buds agreed to come to Madrid with you, this excitement is balanced out by a sea of challenges. And what can you do? Well, there is one fine way of enjoying Spanish futbol in Madrid. Hospitality. And if you are up for it, we’ve got your back. Here’s a list of some really enticing Real Madrid hospitality packages for people travelling to the Spanish capital.
Real Madrid Packages: Options and facilities Just like the city of Madrid, matchday hospitality at the Bernabeu features something for everyone. All you need to do is pick a match and cho..
DATE : August 30, 2017
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EUROPEAN DESTINATIONS: TOP 5 REASONS TO HOLIDAY IN SPAIN EUROPEAN DESTINATIONS: TOP 5 REASONS TO HOLIDAY IN SPAIN Date 18.04.2016 Article in pdf Spain is a popular tourist destination visited every year by millions of holidaymaker who come to explore the country’s heritage and nature. From stunning landscapes to great food there are tens if not hundreds of reasons why so many people love this sunny country. Tourism-Review.com brings the top 5 reasons why Spain remains one of the most popular European destinations for travelers worldwide.
Heritage – The Past Meets the Present Spain is home to several historical sites that hold meaning to people all over the world. Granada’a Alhambra is Spain's most visited sight. The mosque/cathedral of Cordoba is a beautiful piece of architecture famed for its 865 column prayer hall. This landmark was first built as a mosque but interestingly, it was later converted to a church owing to its location at a special spot for Christians.
DATE : May 14, 2017
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Located in Spain’s Canary Islands, Tenerife’s rising popularity as a year-round holiday destination is only rising. That is hardly a surprise, the island is home to otherworldly volcanic landscapes, beautiful hikes through nature reserves, scenic golf courses, vibrant festivals, and beaches so picture-perfect, that turning into a beach bum is not just expected but highly encouraged. While there’s a whole lot of things to do in Tenerife, here are five incredible reasons why you’d want to go, so start planning your trip this year. After all, you don’t even have to wait for the right season!
Climb the Third Highest Volcano in the World Image by andy via Flickr
Experience the adventure of a lifetime by climbing Mt. Teide, the highest peak in Spain at 3,718m, and the third highest in the world. Drive through the jaw-dropping scenery of Corona Forestal Natural Park and into the volcanic landscape of Teide National Park. Then take a cable car to enjoy dr..
DATE : May 14, 2017
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Catalonia’s top 5 trekking routes Catalonia’s trekking trails connect the region’s forested mountains, dramatic coastline, ancient monasteries and fishing villages. Dust off your walking boots for these 5 top hiking routes
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1: The Mediterranean Trail (GR92) Go long distance along the ‘Rugged Coast’
Camí-de-Ronda (Catalan Tourist Board)
To/from: Portbou to Ulldecona (Catalonia)
Spain’s shore-hugging GR92 trail reveals every nook and cranny of the Catalan coast. Starting on the French border and tracing the sun-kissed, artist-beloved, endlessly varied shore all the way south and into Valencia province, it’s the complete coastal picture.
That picture includes buzzy resorts with intoxicating nightlife and tiny whitewashed fishing villages untouched by time (or tourists). It includes big-hitting sites, such as Tarragona’s Roman relics and Salvador Dali’s supremely surreal museum at Port Lligat. It also means diversions inland to fragrant forests and ..