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Dinner Under the Stars in Barcelona

Dinner Under the Stars in Barcelona

How do you fancy stargazing and exploring the galaxy? Well, who doesn’t….For the 8th consecutive year, the Fabra Observatory in Barcelona are offering “dinner with stars” where lucky visitors can taste some delicious dishes on one of the best look out points in the city, Tibidabo, to look at the galaxy. more ...

Sand Sculpture Festival in the Algarve 2014

Sand Sculpture Festival in the Algarve 2014

It is an impressive exhibition that features the participation of more than 50 talented artists from across the world, creating sculptures that achieve a surprising level of detail and perfection. The festival, organised by Prosandart, was first celebrated in 2003 in the town of Pêra, situated a few kilometres away from the fabulous Armaçao beach in Pêra. It has successfully taken place every summer since then.more ...

Amsterdam Coffee Shops: Should you visit?

Amsterdam Coffee Shops: Should you visit?

Amsterdam has its fair share of tourist attractions, the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, canals, Anne Frank’s House, the Red Light District and of course, coffee shops. I bet you are asking why coffee shops are tourist attractions, for the simple reason that they sell marijuana. Yes, you can go into a coffee shop and buy marijuana over the counter. But should you visit?more ...

La Tomatina: The World's Biggest Food Fight

La Tomatina: The World's Biggest Food Fight

Every year, one of the craziest and most extravagant summer festivals is held, none other than the Tomatina in Bunyol, a town located a few kilometres from Valencia. It comprises the largest tomato fight in the world and more than 200 tonnes of tomatoes are thrown during the event by festival participants. The Tomatina is always celebrated on the last Wednesday of August. more ...

On Holiday in Begur, Girona

On Holiday in Begur, Girona

In the heart of l’Emporda, you can find one of the Costa Brava’s most spectacular coastlines. Here the mountains plunge into the sea forming the coves and cliffs the Costa Brava is famous for. If you are thinking in renting a holiday villa or apartment in Begur, this small guide will help you get to know the zone a little better. more ...

Basketball World Cup Spain 2014

Basketball World Cup Spain 2014

It doesn’t matter what sport you follow there is always one time of year sports fans dread, the off-season. That time of year when you have to resort to watching the replay of the final between such and such a team and yours.This year there is no that time of year for basketball fans. Why? Because, the FIBA World Cup 2014 is coming to Spain from the 30th of August-14th of September. more ...

#ExperienceBarcelona: Win a Holiday in Barcelona

#ExperienceBarcelona: Win a Holiday in Barcelona

Have we got a plan for you this summer! How would you like to experience Barcelona like a local and with a local? We know you would, which is why we’ve teamed up with Trip4Real to offer you an incredible Barcelona Experience. How does two nights’ accommodation for two people in one of our centrally located luxury apartments and not one, not two but three Trip4Real activities sound?more ...

L’Escala: A Serve of History and Anchovies on the Costa Brava

L’Escala: A Serve of History and Anchovies on the Costa Brava

L’Escala is known for two things: Anchovies and the Greco-Roman ruins of Empúries. The origins of this small village go back to the 4th century B.C when the Greeks founded Empúries. However, it wasn’t until the 16th century when a group of fishermen needed a new port that L’Escala as we know it today was founded.more ...

Seville: Severed Heads, Crocodiles and Princesses

Seville: Severed Heads, Crocodiles and Princesses

There are many tales and legends an old storyteller with lively eyes and wrinkled hands could tell you about Seville on a moonlit night. Unfortunately, we have neither the old storyteller nor the moonlit night but we do have a bag full of tales and legends to tell you about Seville.more ...

Free Tapas in Granada

Free Tapas in Granada

If you do a quick Google search as to why people visit Spain one of the things that keep popping up on all the lists is the traditional Spanish food.more ...

Pals: A family holiday on the Costa Brava

Pals: A family holiday on the Costa Brava

Hidden amongst a pine forest atop a small hill only a few kilometers from the coast is the delightful medieval village of Pals.  Steep stone streets wind through the perfectly restored fourteenth century village and its location make it the perfect place to unwind and immerse yourself into the local Catalan lifestyle. more ...

15 Things to Do in Malaga

15 Things to Do in Malaga

Malaga. Sun, beach, tapas,…sun, beach…sun…tapas…Hmmmm…What else is there to do in Malaga. Well, there is a lot more to do in Malaga and not just the typical tourist activities. Just to show you here is our list of things to do in Malaga. Cultural activities, places to visit, restaurants, bars, monuments…these are just a few of our favourite places in Malaga.more ...

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