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The windmills of Consuegra

As someone living in the Netherlands, a country that’s famous the world over for its windmills, I’m naturally intrigued every time I stumble across these wonderful machines anywhere in the world.... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 10-10-16


Road Tripping the Coast of Basque Country, Spain

Barcelona, Valencia, Malaga and the Costa del Sol…. visitors to Spain may be easily attracted to its Mediterranean coastline for it sun-drenched beaches and culturally rich ports. But it’s the country’s... Read More

Travel Post by The Vacation Gals on the 30-09-16


Getting Weird at the National Museum of Ceramics and Decorative Arts, Valencia, Spain

If you were unable to guess from yesterday’s post, I’m oddly passionate about sculpture. This is surprising, even to me. If you asked me directly, I’d tell you: God, no,... Read More

Travel Post by The Everywhereist on the 28-09-16


Museo Fallero, Valencia, Spain

Do you remember when I told you about Las Fallas? The festival in Valencia where giant sculptures of plaster and wood are meticulously constructed over the course of a year, then... Read More

Travel Post by The Everywhereist on the 27-09-16


The Real Capital of Spain: Toledo

Toledo, Spain, lies only a short distance from Madrid yet I’d highly recommend heading there for more than a day trip. Here’s why. The Road to Toledo, Spain Truth be told, I wasn’t... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 29-08-16


Everything You Need to Know About Costa Brava Spain Coastal Hikes

Ever since I walked into the plaza at the cathedral in Santiago Spain completing the Camino de Santiago Saint James Way, I’ve been looking for something. In a weird way... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 16-08-16


Spain, Spain, You’re All The Same

  The Tablas de Daimiel: A Surprising Discovery in Spain’s La Mancha Spain, Spain, you’re all the same. Full of sunshine, sand and sky-high white complexes that spill lobsters into places so crowded... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 11-08-16


The Plight of Being A Vegetarian While Traveling in Spain

Ham. Ham, everywhere. Dear Spain, I like you. I truly do. You’re like Italy, but less mafioso-y. I begrudgingly appreciate how entire cities will shut down so that people can take naps.... Read More

Travel Post by The Everywhereist on the 10-08-16


Sargadelos and the Authentic Side of Spain

Sargadelos and the Authentic Side of Spain They say to really get to know a place, you need to know its ceramics. Well, alright, perhaps they don’t say that, whoever or whomever... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 31-07-16


Inside the Submarino Restaurant at L’Oceanographic, Valencia, Spain.

L’Oceanographic at sunset. I get to go to a lot of nice dinners. That’s one of the perks of traveling with your husband for his work – I usually get to attend... Read More

Travel Post by The Everywhereist on the 20-07-16


La Ciudad de Las Artes y Ciencias, Valencia, Spain.

  I’ve tried to write about La Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias (The City of Arts and Sciences) before. It’s a rather remarkable collection of buildings (an aquarium, a science center,... Read More

Travel Post by The Everywhereist on the 19-07-16


Seven things to do in Toledo

Toledo is an historic city in central Spain, located about 70km south of Madrid. Its impressive history goes all the way back to Roman times and through the centuries, Toledo became a... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 12-07-16


Galicia, Spain. The Salty Sea Dog of the North

Galicia, Spain: The Salty Northern Sea Coast Of course, every coast is salty. But northwest Spain’s Galician coastline seems the saltiest of all: its landscape licked into shape by the churning,... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 19-06-16


Five reasons to visit Castilla-La Mancha

Mention ‘Toledo, Spain’ to anyone you know and you might get a response. Mention ‘Castilla-La Mancha‘ and chances are, you’ll receive a blank look and a shrug of the shoulders. At... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 24-05-16


Month In-stagram Review Medieval Towns

I sort of feel like I spent the last 4 weeks at a Renaissance Fair without the costumes.  I’ve been in the Costa Brava Spain area working on a Medieval town... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 24-05-16


Finishing Business on the Camino de Ronda

Have you ever traveled somewhere and while there you learned of new areas to see or things to do, but you didn’t have time to include it in your first trip?... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 19-05-16


DEPARTING NOW | Express to The Most Iconic Pieces of Art in the World

The post DEPARTING NOW | Express to The Most Iconic Pieces of Art in the World appeared first on BACK TO BUCKLEY - The Pursuit of Happiness: from MELBOURNE To LONDON... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 15-05-16


The Shakespeare of Spain

Back in the time when men wore tights and puffy-ruffled adornments around their neck, the world of literature exploded. In England, Shakespeare’s plays strutted across the Globe. In Spain, Miguel Cervantes... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 12-05-16


Inhale the Girona Flower Festival

I can smell it wafting through my window, the perfume of fresh roses tickling my nose and stirring me from my morning slumber. As if a prince tip-toed into my... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 10-05-16


Reflections on the Camino

Seven months ago I stumbled down a beach and into the Atlantic Ocean. That wouldn’t have been very exciting, had I not walked 865km across northern Spain to get there. That beach,... Read More

Travel Post by Whats Dave Doing? on the 09-05-16


Discovering Pedraza, Spain’s Best Kept Secret

Close your eyes for a moment and picture a walled medieval village, with no modern buildings, completely unaffected by the passing of time. Now open and rejoice in the fact... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 30-04-16


7 of the World’s Most Picturesque Desert Landscapes

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write My eyes grew so wide with childlike wonder the first time I saw a desert in real life.... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 29-04-16


First Day Exploring St. Kitts

I met a Brazilian traveler today – he has not traveled much at all and this was his first time to the Caribbean. He did not speak a word of English... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 26-04-16


Biking the Rail Trail in Costa Brava, Spain

If you only had one option to get around Europe, then I would recommend by bike. Especially if you are in the northeast of Spain around Costa Brava. Wide open landscapes, warm... Read More

Travel Post by Four Jandals on the 24-04-16


11 of the Best Places in the World to Go Swimming

The post 11 of the Best Places in the World to Go Swimming appeared first on BACK TO BUCKLEY - from MELBOURNE To LONDON & EVERYWHERE in between.. AMAZING POOLS MAKING A... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 31-03-16


Hip and Hot Design: the New San Sebastian

  A NEW LOOK AT SAN SEBASTIAN, SPAIN’S BASQUE COUNTRY One of the greatest thrills that travel through Europe offers up has to be the mix of cutting edge new with achingly... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 28-02-16


The Barcelona Highlights

Barcelona is the capital city of Catalonia, Spain and with 1.6 million people, it is the second most populous city in Spain. Its location on the northeast Iberian Peninsula means it is lined... Read More

Travel Post by Smiling Faces Travel Photos on the 27-02-16


Why I Said “Adios” to Being an Expat

Why I Said “Adios” to Being an Expat // (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); // ]]> “You made me promise you two things,” Kyla begins as we sit in her car after... Read More

Travel Post by D Travels round on the 15-12-15


Medieval fun at the Terra de Trobadors festival

Anyone who knows me well knows this: fancy-dress parties aren’t my ‘thing’. I just don’t care too much about dressing up for the fun of it I guess, and I’m pretty... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 18-11-15


My Ridiculously Detailed Camino de Santiago Packing List: What Worked, What Didn’t and Why

Back in September, I completed one of the most challenging and satisfying experiences of my life. In a little over a month I walked from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, a small French town... Read More

Travel Post by Whats Dave Doing? on the 05-11-15