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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Beating the crowds: unspoiled summer destinations

27 Jun 2018 /
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Spain welcomed an estimated 82.2 million international visitors in 2017, making it the world’s second most popular travel destination – and for good reason. The country is home to an amazing diversity of culture, history, nature, and cuisine. Despite the numbers, there are plenty of pockets to explore that have been untouched by mass tourism, […]


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Tarragona: the Mediterranean Games XVIII

20 Jun 2018 /
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Sport enthusiasts visiting Catalonia in late June will enjoy a special event organized within the Olympic movement: the Mediterranean Games. To be hosted in 2018 by the ancient city of Tarragona, this event brings together athletes and spectators from around the world in a multisport competition that lasts ten thrilling days. A world class sport […]


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Merida: A World Heritage City

13 Jun 2018 /
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Merida, the capital of Extremadura, was once also capital of the Roman province of Lusitania. Some of the most impressive and extensive Roman ruins in all of Spain bear evidence to this past, and have rightly earned Merida a World Heritage City designation by the UN. Merida’s Roman legacy Merida’s importance to the Romans was […]


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Most beautiful villages in Spain 2018 (part II)

06 Jun 2018 /
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Some weeks ago we presented you the first part of Spain’s most beautiful villages in 2018. Here comes part II! The villages were chosen for their architectural beauty, cultural heritage, traditions and natural environment. While Spain’s coastal regions tend to draw the most visitors, many of the villages on the list are located inland and […]


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The ideal destination for Incentives: Malaga

30 May 2018 /
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Malaga, located on the Costa del Sol (Sun Coast), is one of the best destinations for an Incentive Trip to Spain. This is not surprising at all – the name alone says a lot about the region. Malaga enjoys more than 2900 hours of sun per year- rainy days are quite rare! This is an […]


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Avila celebrates its Jubilee Year

23 May 2018 /
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In the central-western region of Castile-Leon, nestled into the Sierra Gredos Mountains, we find the World Heritage City of Avila. Within the ancient walls of this provincial capital there lie stunning churches and Renaissance palaces, evidence of the Avila’s historic importance and wealth. It is also the birthplace of Saint Teresa, which has left its […]


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