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Tent Campsites in Spain Camping in Spain by Dan Ox Flickr

We all need time to unwind and relax. And a great way to break every day routines is heading outdoors and camping. Enjoy the natural landscapes and the pleasure of camping in Spain. There are lots of Spanish destinations to

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Lonja de Seda Valencia Silk Exchange

Valencia is a vibrant city on the mediterranean coast of Spain. With a population of around 800,000 its the capital of the Valencian Community which includes the provinces of Castellon Alicante and Valencia. The city is famous for its oranges

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Madrid Spain by Piccavey Spain blog

Madrid, the capital city of Spain is a popular tourist destination and if you are planning on moving there for further studies you have a real reason to be excited. Looking for student rooms for rent in Madrid does not

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Torre del Oro in Seville by piccavey July 2018

Romantic Spain Maybe it’s the flowing red wine, the tempting tapas or that something special in romantic spain which makes it so irresistible to romantic travellers. Spending your Honeymoon in Spain has got everything a romantic getaway could ask for. This vibrant,

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Smartphone travel tips.

Smartphone Travel Tips If you are like me, your Smartphone is probably the most important tool you use when travelling. When travelling I use my device to make calls, but also to access maps and handy apps such as mobile

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Tomatoes from Almeria Spain

Almeria Spain was just declared Gastronomic Capital of Spain for 2019. The eastern corner of Andalucia is very sunny and where most European produce is grown. Currently Almeria has 31,614 hectares of greenhouses and is often called the Pantry of Europe.

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Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago or Way of St James is probably the most well known hiking route in Spain. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site too. Stretching 483 miles or 778 kms, the main route begins at Roncesvalles and

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plaza Cervantes Alcala de Henares Spain blog

48h in Alcala de Henares Alcala de Henares is another Spanish city with stunning architecture and plenty of history. The city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, together with the University. In November I spent a weekend exploring the

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Travel Hacks Foreign Currency Leftover coins holiday money by piccavey

After a summer of dining out and staying in pretty coastal hotels I´m sharing a handful of my travel hacks. Back from your Summer Holiday and already missing the sunshine? Maybe you spent all your holiday money and don´t know

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Molly on Holiday in Miami

Taking a cruise can be a wonderful way to see more of the world. Cruises are a great way to spend quality time with family members and friends. It can be a great escape to enjoy warm sunny locations in

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