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Day trip to Zaragoza>>

Day trip to Zaragoza>>

  Zaragoza, one of Spain’s major cities, halfway between Madrid and Barcelona. It’s an hour and a half train ride from Madrid if you take the fast train (30 Euros), the regular train about three and a half hours (19 Euros) or by bus will take about four hours (15 ... Read More
Toledo, the city of three cultures >>

Toledo, the city of three cultures >>

  Toledo is one of the most important cities in Spain, known as the city of the three cultures because Christians, Muslims and Jews lived together there for centuries. Even though the city is not formally divided and separated into each culture, some neighborhoods do have more influence than others. ... Read More
An itinerary for Madrid, the capital of Spain>>

An itinerary for Madrid, the capital of Spain>>

      Madrid is the capital of Spain and is also the largest city in the country and the third largest city in the European Union. The city preserves the look of its older neighborhoods and streets even though it has gone through a modernization of its central infrastructure ... Read More
The Dance culture in Andalucia; Flamenco >>

The Dance culture in Andalucia; Flamenco >>

  Flamenco is folk music from Spain, originating in the souther area also known as Andalucia region. Flamenco is believed to have originated in the eighteen hundreds and it is associated with the gitanos or gypsies, which were the Romani or people of Indian descent living in Europe. But has now ... Read More
2 days/48 hours in Seville>>

2 days/48 hours in Seville>>

I got to Seville through Portugal by taking a bus from Faro but you can certainly take the train from Porto or Lisbon the only things is these particular destinations don’t have a direct route through the train so I recommend taking a bus instead, it takes about four hours ... Read More
Anadalucia Region; Cadiz and its beaches >>

Anadalucia Region; Cadiz and its beaches >>

Cadiz was also not part of my plans, this was a newly added destination thanks to a good friend I made in Edinburgh. Well, it was really a trade because I sacrificed Malaga to head out here and I don’t regret it one bit. The only reason I am in ... Read More