Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter – The Barri Gòtic

Barcelona Ajuntament

Explore Barcelona’s Roman and Medieval Heritage in the Barri Gòtic: The Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter) is one of Barcelona’s most famous and interesting areas. This is where the early Roman city of Barcino was established and in this area one can also find streets and buildings from the Middle Ages. The Barri Gòtic has one […]

Getaria – A Town of Fishermen, Navigators and a Couturier

Getaria, Gipuzcoa

Getaria is Famous as the Birthplace of Elcano and Balenciaga: On route from Bilbao to San Sebastian, we travel through Getaria, a medieval, walled coastal town in the province of Gipuzkoa. One of Getaria’s most famous sons is Juan Sebastián, Elcano the first man to circumnavigate the globe in 1522. In the town are statues […]

Costa del Sol – Spain’s Beach Capital

Torremolinos, Costa del Sol

Costa Del Sol is Spain’s Beach Capital: Costa del Sol is an area on the southern coast of Spain, just to the east of Gibraltar. With 160 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline, the Costa del Sol is one of Spain’s most popular holiday destinations. This coastal strip provides the allure of its beaches for Europeans seeking […]

Madrid – A City of Art, Life and Entertainment

Plaza Mayor in Madrid

Madrid is a City of Art, Life and Entertainment: Madrid today is one of the major tourist hotspots in Europe. Once ground zero of the Spanish Inquisition, it is now best known for its life-celebrating art, outstanding shopping centres, restaurants and lively nightclubs. For the visitor, Madrid offers art museums that are second to none, […]

Cadaqués – A Town Made Famous by Dalí

Cadaqués Harbour by Nathan

Dalí’s Presence in Cadaqués Brought International Fame to this Costa Brava Town: Situated in the most easterly point in northern Spain and just across the border from France, Cadaqués may have well been just another small sleepy fishing village in the Alt Empordà county.  But, this pretty Catalonian coastal town in the Cap de Creus […]

Figueres – Where the Surrealist World of Dalí Looms Large

Teatro Museo Dali, Figueres

Figueres, the Birthplace of Salvador Dalí and Where the Dalí Museum Still Dominates: That Salvador Dalí was born in Figueres is sufficient reason for art lovers to be excited about this town. Figueres (Catalan for fig trees) is in the Alt Empordà or Upper Empordà region in the province of Girona.  Figueres was where Dalí […]

Girona – Catalonia’s Northern Attraction

Girona, Catalonia

Girona is One of the Most Famous Towns in Northern Catalonia: Girona is one of the two most famous towns in northern Catalonian province of Girona (same name as the town), the other being Figueres. This beautiful walled city is a popular destination for day-trippers from Barcelona and tourists as well. Girona is a city […]

Port Vell – Barcelona’s Leisure Port

Aerial View of Port Vell, Barcelona

Port Vell Is A Living Port and One of the Main Tourist Attractions in Barcelona: Barcelona is a city by the sea, the Mediterranean Sea to be exact. Like most coastal towns its history and ambiance are affected by that fact. For centuries the Port of Barcelona was the scene of seafarers and townspeople bustling […]

Barcelona, The Creative Capital of Catalonia

Sagrada Familia - Gaudi's Barcelona

Barcelona, An Ancient City Which Sizzles with Creativity: Like many great cities around the world, Barcelona flowered in the late Middle Ages and blossomed in the mid-19th century. Although it is an ancient city, born of the Roman Empire, there are many exciting elements of the modern period to be seen in Barcelona as well. […]

Travel to Spain for a holiday with passion!

Travel to Spain for a holiday with passion...

Travel to Spain for a Europe Tour that will stir your emotions! Travelling in Spain is a hot-blooded experience! Strong red wine, the brilliance and heat of the sun, spicy Spanish food, flamenco music that stirs your soul – whatever it is, people get passionate about their travel to Spain. It’s that kind of place. […]