Tag Archive: Andalusien

Cordoba: Crosses of May festival

The month of May in Cordoba shows off this elegant Andalusian city in all its festive glory. From the jasmine and orange blossom scented Festival of Courtyards to the flamenco-fueled Cordoba Fair, there is truly never a dull moment. One of the most spectacular of all May’s celebrations is the Crosses of May festival, where […]

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Top 5 Coasts: Costa del Sol

With over 300 days of sun each year and 100 miles of coastline, it’s no wonder that Costa del Sol is considered one of the top beach destinations in Spain. Beyond the beach, the region also has an impressive offer of attractions. Cities like Malaga are packed with culture and excitement, nature lovers will enjoy […]

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500th Anniversary: Magellan and Elcano

2019 marks the fifth centennial of an event that changed our view of the world forever: the first voyage to completely circumnavigate the globe, proving that the Earth is indeed a sphere. This expedition set out from Seville in 1519, and to commemorate the great achievement, the city is hosting a packed program of events […]

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World Heritage: Úbeda and Baeza

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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The ideal destination for Incentives in Spain: Malaga

Malaga is one of the best destinations for an Incentive Trip to Spain Malaga, located on the Costa del Sol (Sun Coast), is one of the best destinations for an Incentive Trips to Spain. This is not surprising at all – the name alone says a lot about the region. Malaga enjoys more than 2900 […]

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UNESCO World Heritage City: Cordoba

Over the centuries, the different people and cultures who settled in Cordoba left a priceless legacy of monuments that still stand in the streets of this Andalusian city. All of western Europe regarded Cordoba with awe throughout the Middle Ages, and when you see its stunning heritage, it is perfectly clear why. A World Heritage […]

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The Ronda Wine Route

The Ronda Wine Route is a unique way to get to know some less travelled areas in Andalusia. The route runs through the province of Malaga, covering the picturesque village of Ronda, which is filled with cultural, historic and gastronomic appeal. As travellers visit vineyards and bodegas (wineries), enjoying some of the finest wines of […]

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Flamenco at its finest: La Bienal 2018

Seville offers its visitors countless sights, sounds and experiences, but the Andalusian metropolis may be best defined by one thing in particular – the city lives and breathes flamenco music and dance. Not surprisingly, charismatic Seville hosts the world’s biggest flamenco event: La Bienal. As the name suggests, this three-week flamenco festival takes place every […]

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El Rocio: Spain’s biggest secret

The tiny village of El Rocío in the southwestern province of Huelva, with its wide, sandy streets lined with impressive houses complete with broad verandas and wooden rails for tying up horses, appears to be something from the Wild West. But El Rocío is no ghost town – each year, one million people fill the […]

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Seville: a city portrait

Seville, the capital of Andalucia…the name conjures images of fiery flamenco, stunning architecture, colorful festivals, and fragrant orange blossoms… But there’s much more to discover in Seville than one could even imagine. A city worth celebrating According to legend, Seville was founded 3,000 years ago by the Greek god Hercules, who sailed through the Strait […]

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