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Blessed with year-round sunshine and out-of-this-world beaches, Mallorca is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca is a treasure trove of turquoise beaches, pristine bays and world-class resorts. In contrast to its neighboring island, Ibiza, Mallorca is much more relaxed and calm, offering an […]

Things to do in Mallorca


Tucked in the Basque Country, close to the French border, the charming city of Donostia-San Sebastián (official name) is made up of a series of beaches linked together by well-designed boulevards as well as an ecclectic city center. With easy access between Barcelona and San Sebastián, you can easily explore the Northern […]

Getting from Barcelona to San Sebastián (and return)


Camp Nou FC Barcelona Stadium is one of the most visited sports stadiums in Spain and is home to the legendary FC Barcelona. Having set the scene for the biggest football battles in Spain’s sporting history, the stadium has hosted many major matches in the country, including two UEFA Champions […]

Camp Nou FC Barcelona Stadium




Everyone’s favorite time of the year is quickly approaching, time for spring break! If you’re plan to spend your spring break somewhere sizzling, colorful and fun, then Spain might just offer everything that you need. For those with a thing for crazed soccer fans, flamenco dancing, bull fighting and beautiful yet […]

Spring Break in Spain


Christmas markets are sprinkled throughout Barcelona; if you don’t find anything in one you can always hop over to another to hunt down goodies and unique gifts. Although the Christmas markets in Barcelona can barely compare to the main market in Madrid in sheer size, there are quite a few […]

Christmas Markets in Barcelona



Barcelona is Spain’s second biggest city in both area and population, with its attractions scattered all over various corners of the city. To get around the city, your best bet would be to take the public transport than walk around the city.  Stretching from the old city centre, Barri Gotic, […]

Getting Around Barcelona



One of the best ways to see the sprawling city of Barcelona is on two wheels. Unlike most major Spanish cities, attractions in Barcelona are scattered all over the city and commuting from one place to another requires time. Instead of taking the metro or bus, bike tours in Barcelona […]

Bike Tours in Barcelona



Barcelona, being the capital of Catalonia, is a gourmet hub for foodies and wine-lovers. Its collection of Michelin starred restaurants is impressive, and its series of avant-garde wine bars, specialty olive oil and chocolate shops enticing and best of all, Barcelona is home to some of the top food markets […]

Food and Market Walking Tour in Barcelona