Where history meets luxury: the Spanish Parador hotels

10 Oct 2018 /
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Spain is a country filled with wonder and magic, thanks to its vibrant culture, astounding nature, and rich history and folklore. There are countless archeological and historical treasures, like centuries old monuments, castles, and cathedrals. However, your group is not limited to simply visiting these amazing sites…they can actually stay at them. The Parador hotels […]


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Castles of Castile: A journey to the Middle Ages

03 Oct 2018 /
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Modern Spain cannot be separated from its history – especially in a land that it dotted with towering castles, spired cathedrals and medieval fortresses. These imposing relics of the past can be found all over the country, but nowhere can one feel more transported through time than in the regions of Castile. In this enchanting […]


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Luxury trains in Spain: travel in the ‘Belle Époque’

26 Sep 2018 /
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Imagine travelling across Spain on one of the finest luxury sightseeing trains in the world. Forget about rushing at airports or sitting for long hours on buses – and picture your group relaxing in ‘Belle Époque’ décor enjoying the views of Green Spain’s mountains, valleys, cliffs and beaches of Green Spain, or the rolling hills […]


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Montilla-Moriles: An unforgettable wine route

19 Sep 2018 /
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For enotourism, it’s hard to find a better destination than Spain. Every region has its own fine wines to discover, as diverse as the regions themselves. One of Spain’s lesser known wine routes that is gaining well-deserved popularity is the Montilla-Moriles route in Andalusia. Besides its superb wines and production processes, those who take part […]


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Costa Brava: Top 5- Highlights die man gesehen haben muss

12 Sep 2018 /
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Sich vom Norden Barcelonas bis hin zur spanisch-französischen Grenze erstreckend, ist die Costa Brava unumstritten eine von Spaniens schönsten Küsten. Sogar auf dem absoluten Höhepunkt der Hochsaison, können Sonnenanbeter noch unangetastete Buchen finden. Diese wunderschöne reizvolle Landschaft Kataloniens bietet außerdem spektakuläre Küstenwanderwege, charmante Fischerdörfer, eine exquisite Gastronomie und einige von Spaniens besten Stränden. Man kann […]


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World Heritage: Úbeda and Baeza

06 Sep 2018 /
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In the heart of the Jaen region, two villages break from the whitewashed houses and narrow streets that are so iconic of Andalusia: Úbeda and Baeza. These historic villages are the remains of Spain’s Renaissance, an architectural period with clear Italian influences – although they have been infused with a distinctly Spanish character. For their […]


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Enjoy your summer!

26 Jul 2018 /
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Wherever you´re going to spend the summer vacation this year, enjoy your summer at the utmost! And if you are in Spain by coincidence; here we have some refreshing suggestions for you: Unspoiled summer destinations: beating the crowds! Discover one of the most beautiful cities of northern Spain: Santander Let´s go to the refreshing Asturias […]


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A festival of color: Valencia’s Battle of Flowers

18 Jul 2018 /
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A festival of color: Valencia’s Battle of Flowers Spain’s calendar is filled with unique festivals, and each year in late July, the city of Valencia hosts one of the most beautiful. More than a million marigolds decorate streets and floats – and fly through the air – at the Battle of Flowers. Worth a visit […]


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City Portrait: Vitoria-Gasteiz

11 Jul 2018 /
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The Basque capital of Vitoria-Gasteiz is often overshadowed by the other more prominent Basque cities, but don’t let this turn you away. This city of a quarter of a million people has a lot to offer, like the best preserved medieval center of all the Basque cities, impressive renaissance architecture, leafy tree-lined streets and boulevards, […]


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La Vendimia: Spain’s autumn wine celebrations

04 Jul 2018 /
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It’s no secret that Spain produces some of the world’s finest wines, and they are as diverse and varied as the country itself. Any time of the year is great for wine tourism in Spain, but autumn offers a special bonus – the festivals of la vendimia (the grape harvest). Celebrated in wine producing towns […]


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