Spain Travel Articles

 
Valencia: Simply Smarter
Valencia: Simply Smarter The history of Valencia does contain the usual list of conquering forces up through the centuries, says Terje Raa - but one power was different and kept coming back, that was the power of water.
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Best BootsnAll Travel Photos: June 2010
Best BootsnAll Travel Photos: June 2010 Here are the best of your travel photos that we featured on BootsnAll in June 2010. Want to find out how to get yours featured? Then don't forget to read the words near the photos in this article, too.
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10 Reasons to Travel to Spain Now
10 Reasons to Travel to Spain Now Beneath the vibrant and explosive facade of Spain lies a nation erupting with history, heritage and culture. Whether you are a culture vulture, outdoor enthusiast or a beach-goer, you always end up falling head over heels with Spain. WhyGo Spain writer Nellie Huang gives you 10 reasons why it's time to make a trip there now.
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Great Expectations – Europe
Great Expectations – Europe Caroline Selwyn compiles a list of Europe’s greatest anti-climaxes and tourist traps.
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Andalusian Memories – Reflections on Travels in Spain
Andalusian Memories – Reflections on Travels in Spain Frank Guertler reflects on traveling in Spain during the pre-Euro zone days, ruminating on the magic and hold that traveling has on us and why once you begin traveling you can't stop.
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No Sea in Segovia, Spain
No Sea in Segovia, Spain The absence of the sea in inland Spain doesn't make its people abstain from a maritime vocabulary, says Terje Raa.
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Making the Most of Sunday in Madrid
Making the Most of Sunday in Madrid Here Fiona Hilliard recommends some of the best ways to spend a sleepy Sunday in the Spanish capital.
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Riot In Basque Country – San Sebastian, Spain
Riot In Basque Country – San Sebastian, Spain Unexpected action during demonstration in San Sebastian.
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Touring Barcelona in 24 hours
Touring Barcelona in 24 hours Let's imagine that you only have 24 hours to spend in Barcelona, you arrive at 0900 AM to the city centre and leave the next morning the same time. Sounds like there is very little you can do in one day no? Well no! 24 hours in Barcelona is a lot of time and Yair Barono is going to prove it to you.
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The mountains of the sunset: The Serra de Tramuntana:
The mountains of the sunset: The Serra de Tramuntana: Mallorca has some beautiful walking country, and there are great and inexpensive options to explore the Serra de Tramuntana.
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