This newly opened building leaves no one indifferent. Beyond absurd political disputes, it’s a place unlike anything elsewhere.
To me, a fan of photography, it is a place full of artistic possibilities. I get the idea that
Every time I visit my family in Madrid I enjoy some enviable views of the Madrid "skyline" from my sister's house. Over the past few years, I've followed the constant evolution of my city. One day I decided to go with my camera and
Last weekend I went to Teleférico de Madrid, the cable railway of the city, with a friend from Palma who was visiting and doesn't know much about the capital yet. I thought it was an ideal way to enjoy the city and it was the
This is a gorgeous area that you shouldn’t miss if you visit Menorca. It’s located on the cape of Favàritx in the S'Albufera des Grau Natural Park.
The lighthouse was built in 1922 using local rock, and you can still see the
I think the Paseo de San Pedro was my favourite thing about Llanes. Everyone had told me about its famous beaches but no one mentioned the existence of that little green park where you can take a leisurely walk while watching the
This is a beautiful corner in Santoña. There's a walk of about 4 km to reach the entrance. Walk down about 700 steps to reach the lighthouse, which has lovely views next to the sea. Take a breath and gather your strength because the
They were inaugurated in 1996 on Plaza Castilla in Madrid. If you keep walking South you will get to the the Santiago Bernabéu, Real Madrid's stadium.
Even though the name of the towers is "Gate of Europe", they are better known as
This is a privileged place to contemplate the sunset over the rocks jutting out from the cliffs.
It’s a perfect place for photos. There’s also a cave on the left-hand side which is said to open up into a window overlooking the sea.
El Tren de Soller was created to improve communication between Sóller and Palma, but it's become a trip for tourists over the years. Fifteen years ago the train had a mail wagon for goods, animals and letters. In fact the postman had
Departure from Barcelona Plaza Cataluña with a guide tour.
Visit to the catalan pioneer winery, selected menu with an exclusive wine tasting.
A walking tour over the vineyards where you will learn the history with
When we think of Seville, especially if we are not from there, a group of women with flamenco dresses mounted on a horse-drawn carriage riding around the city usually comes to mind. Well, these carriages are also a tourist service
Only just over 14 km away, you see the other side and wonder if there's another place in the world that's so huge. 14 kilometers separating two continents, two completely different cultures, architecture, food, religion... The scenery
This funicular was opened in 1912 by Queen Maria Cristina. It's one of the most charismatic attractions of San Sebastian. It has a capacity for 50 passengers back and forth, and leaves at the end of Ondarreta beach and goes to the
I cycled from one end of Bilbao to another and these towers caught my attention. Anyone ve can make a short break, camera in hand, I recommend it. The Isozaki towers are beautiful, anyone that wants to visit definitely should.. They
If you go to Benicassim or Oropesa, don’t miss this green route between both towns. It is a beautiful route. You can walk or bicycle it.
By sunset, it is amazing because you can observe the sun setting and the different tones of
The old town of Cadiz is almost the only one like it in the world. You can visit it by land, sea and air, from its streets to its towers, lookout points, walking along the boardwalk that surrounds the city without losing sight of the
Since I was little, every year I spent August in Chipiona. One of my first memories is hearing my father tell the whole family as we approached the car on the road "let´s see who is the 1st to see the lighthouse!" Whenever I can
There is lots of information about this fascinating replica tram ride at http://www.Tranviascoruna.Com/es/ The trams used to roam the city 100 years ago. It now runs 12 km along the city's waterfront, from the harbour to Orzán and
For any villager, Casa de los Balcones will always be part of a tour in La Orotava. I'm sure for all orotavenses when a clueless tourist asks "Please, Casa de los Balcones?" we are full of pride, and with our little bit of English, we
On the outskirts of Santiago de Compostela you'll find the Monte del Gozo. It's a part of the Camino de Santiago, the pilgrims pass through this part. So, there are 2 statues signifying the arrival of pilgrims to Santiago. From Mount