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Spain Tag

Charming Towns / 03.08.2014

With its narrow alleys, stone arches, ancient facades, nice balconies and old lamps, the medieval town of Pals is one of the treasures of the Costa Brava. There's more than just beaches to the Costa Brava. Pretty medieval towns, the Dalì Museums, delicious food and a wonderful vibe Stretching from the French border towards Barcelona, the Costa Brava was...

Travel Postcards / 22.02.2013

Looking at the Alhambra Palace fine decorations, I couldn't help thinking how some works of art are like a miracle. Unique and unforgettable, La Alhambra Palace in Granada is pure harmony of colors, shapes, architectural structure. One of those places that one should see at least once in life. A piece of absolute beauty that...

Food & Wine / 15.02.2013

Whenever I go to Barcelona - one of my favorite cities in Europe - a few things make me feel better than eating a delicious Paella Negra on the terrace of one of the restaurants along the seaside of La Barceloneta. One of my favorite food treats in Barcelona? A Paella Negra in one of the restaurants along the...

Tips / 28.01.2013

In the last years, lodging in apartments has become more and more popular among travellers and I was not immune to short-term apartment rental's appeal either. Apartments are an excellent solution for solo travellers, families and group of friends, often cheaper than hotels and definitely more comfortable than hostels. By staying in an apartment  you can feel...

Travel Postcards / 17.01.2013

I could have spent hours admiring the Alhambra intricate carvings, the harmonious shapes and the wonderful writings, whose  meaning is unaccessible to me. One of the most beautiful architectural complexes in Europe, the Alhambra in Granada (Spain) is well worth fighting the crowds, and if you go in the afternoon, at some point it becomes...