The Villages of Sierra Francia Salamanca

Every time I visit the Sierra de Francia mountains, and I’m lucky I have family there so visits are regular, I fall in love with the place all over again….

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My train trip to Valencia

Having recently visited Valencia myself, I can second the sentiment shown in this post about the city and how great it is. With its old city charm, beaches, parks, iconic food…

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How to visit the Lanzarote Vineyards

10 Top Lanzarote Vineyards You Can Visit And More

Welcome to La Geria – Lanzarote’s Wine Growing Region The vineyards of Lanzarote are unlike anything I have ever experienced before. The immense challenge that the volcanic landscape of Lanzarote…

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The best Flamenco in Granada?

Whether your kind of thing or not, a Flamenco show in Spain is one of those must do experiences when visiting the country. The best shows are to be found in…

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San Martín del Castañar and Versos Microbodega

The villages of Sierra de Francia’s are quite a micro region for wine, and if there is one thing I love to do while on the road, that’s visit vineyards…

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La Pena de Francia Monastery near Salamanca

La Peña de Francia – A mountaintop Monastery

Arriving in La Sierra de Francia’s Leaving Ciudad Rodrigo behind we passed through the small village of Serradilla del Arroyo before heading into the mountains. The nice manicured tarmac turned…

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Eight things to do in Madrid

Summer destination – 8 different things to see in Madrid

There’s no argument, Madrid is a great city to visit, whether as part of a world tour or a cheeky weekend break. Visiting Madrid in Summer This post from Ana,…

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Plan your visit to Segovia

What you need to know: A day trip to Segovia from Madrid

Easily accessible by high-speed train, Segovia is one of the best day trips from Madrid, and really easy to do yourself. With one of the finest Roman aqueducts in Spain,…

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Reasons to visit malaga

My secret crush – Why Málaga is worth a visit

Submitted by: Marie-France Roy Marie’s Blog: Big Travel Nut Málaga used to be seen as the entry point to the Costa del Sol and most visitors didn’t give it much of…

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The Foods of Extremadura Spain

The Extremadura region of Spain is probably the least visited by tourists. Sure it has ancient walled cities, Roman ruins, and great restaurants, but so does all of Spain. However,…

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