Here are things to do in Ronda Spain, the place often referred to as “the town on the cliff” where bullfighting originated from. When you travel to Andalusia, visiting Ronda is a must. If you ever admired its photos, you will be blown away by its steep gorge in person!
If you are yearningly looking at Andalusia photos, you will definitely need this Arcos de la Frontera Things to Do post, since this is the famous white village. As one of the most impressive “pueblos blancos” in Spain, it is located in Cadiz province where it almost hangs from a cliff!
If you are traveling to Andalusia and you stop by the Atlantic Ocean, you will definitely want to know what to do in Cadiz Spain. One of the oldest towns in western Europe, Cadiz is today a laid-back place surrounded by the sea, with narrow streets filled with tapas bars and tourists, fresh seafood and
Here are things to do in Seville and what my travel was like to this city in the south of Spain. Although Seville struck me as a bit chaotic at first compering to Granada and Cordoba, its attractions left me speechless. If the first few things you think of when mentioning the city are flamenco,
If you are planning on visiting Andalusia, make sure to read about things to do in Cordoba, Spain – since this is where it all started! The city’s monuments moved me in such a way that I got goosebumps when walking among Mezquita columns and caliph’s palace remains.
Imagine visiting the town that was the most populated in Europe seven centuries ago, or stepping into the palace of The Arabian Nights whose walls are still echoing with stories of princesses… Or better yet – travel to Andalusia! But first, read about things to do in Granada with everything you need to know.
Malaga was the first place I visited in Andalusia and the last one I saw before leaving this province in the south of Spain, so here are few tips on – what to do in Malaga. This Mediterranean coastal town was my first stop in the area where diverse cultures collided centuries ago, giving birth
This mesmerizing province in the south of Spain was on my bucket list for years and I can finally post about Andalusia on my travel blog since I just came back from the region two weeks ago.
Took my small suitcase the next day and went to the airport. I am going to leave Barcelona for five days or so, and then come back, to spend few more nights here and catch the flight home.
Had one more day to spend in the city, visited everything I planned to, and so, I was going to take it easy now. The whole day ahead of me to stroll, take few more pictures. It was still rushing through my head that I should “go there”, or “visit that”, but that pain in
Was so excited to go to the Montjuic mountain! Had a great day ahead of me, and have decided to begin my wanders from the beach!
Back from Figueres, time to look for that Picasso Museum in Barcelona, but also to chase the landmarks of the city which were actually the legacy of the great artist Joan Miro.
Another beautiful morning. Late November, but sunny, around 17 degrees, just perfect for an excursion out of the city. And what an excursion that is going to be!
One of the districts not to be missed in the city is certainly Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter. It stretches along La Rambla Street and it radiates its own charm. There is nothing you can compare to a walk along those too narrow streets, among building walls so high and thick with just a hint of daily
My favorite spot in Barcelona is probably Antoni Gaudi’s Casa Batllo building. Just couldn’t wait to get there, to look at it up close. Could not even believe that it actually is that colorful in person. And it was more than I could have ever expected!