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01
Jun-2017

Madrid is a very lively city, even at 4am. The Spanish capital is full of places to explore cultural and culinary specialties, but they are unfortunately more expensive and less varied than Seville or Barcelona. We recommend spending at least three days in the capital, the time to walk around in the streets and admire […]

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miniature_espagne02
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Beaches, sun, nightlife, sangria and tapas… Spain is the perfect destination for “farniente” while visiting the magnificent monuments, eating delicious tapas, drinking sangria and enjoying the lively nightlife (because the Spanish are big partiers). And in addition, some cities are not even too expensive, such as Seville, our great favorite! Barcelona is also a MUST […]

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Tapas is the Spanish specialty par excellence, it is assortments of savory snacks.  The name derives from tapa, which means “cover”, as the Spanish had the custom, in cafes, to cover glasses with a slice of ham or chorizo. The Spanish are having a full meal by taking some tapas in several different restaurants so […]

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01
May-2012

Barcelona, ??the city out of the imagination of Gaudi… Barcelona, ??as well as other cities in SPAIN, is very lively during the day and the evening. This haven of gastronomy (not too expensive) and cultural visits will seduce you for sure. Party animals will enjoy the awesome nightlife. In addition, the city is located by […]

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miniature_seville
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14
Jun-2010

Seville is the capital of Andalusia. A popular proverb says, “Who has not seen Seville has not seen many wonders“: he’s right. Although Barcelona is very trendy, Seville has much charm and cultural attractions! Moreover, you can easily spend a week in Seville without getting bored one minute. To give you an idea, we stayed […]

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