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Enchanting and Unusual Christmas Traditions in Barcelona

While Barcelona is known for its beachy weather and amazing sunshine, the city swings to a festive groove during the holidays. The local government...

Christmas in Spain

Most people in Spain go to Midnight Mass or 'La Misa Del Gallo' (The Mass of the Rooster). It is called this because a...

Magical Christmas Nights in Andalucia

Christmas EveOn 24 December, families inAndalusiaget together to celebrate Christmas dinner, one of the most important of the year. Generally it is not only...

A local’s guide to Christmas and New Year in Barcelona

There are few places on earth as festive-feeling as Barcelona's chocolate-box medieval heart over the Christmas period (which here runs until Epiphany, or Twelfth...

Best things to do in Barcelona this December

The run up to Christmas is one of the most charming times to visit Barcelona, its streets hung with twinkling lights and lined with...

Festivity Of The Inmaculada Concepción

This celebration takes place every year in Seville Cathedral, and the traditional Seises dance is performed. The Day of the Inmaculada Concepción is celebrated in...

Orujo Festival In Potes

This is one of the most traditional festivals celebrated in Potes, Cantabria (in northern Spain, in the heart of the Picos de Europa mountains),...

Spain in October: What to see & do

There is no better way to embrace Spain’s timeless architectural heritage and diverse natural landscapes than through intercity bus traveling.Both affordable and convenient, the...

10 Tips & Tricks for Bus Travel in Spain

A trip across Europe is a must-do for many travelers, both novice and experimented alike, and understandably so. A culturally rich continent filled to the...

Top 10 Tips for Traveling Spain – Don’t Forget the TP!!

If you’ve ever traveled around Spain for any length of time, you’ve most likely found yourself without toilet paper at key moments. That’s right, the...

The year in Barcelona fiestas

Barcelona rarely pauses for breath. Year round the city rushes from one party to the next, from international music festivals to traditional street parties. Whether...

Mallorca’s great escapes: where to go to escape the crowds

Mallorca has grown up. Sure, the island still has a touch of the wild child in coastal resorts like Magaluf, but travellers are finally...

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