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Spain Travel Guide - Galicia and La Rioja, Spain

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Galicia
A visit to Galicia, Spain   by Martin Lambert
Visiting any of Galicia's major cities can be both enjoyable and educational. This part of Spain has a wealth of historic buildings ranging from Celtic forts and roman ruins...
Car Hire Vigo Airport   by Fiona Hiliard
The era of cheap air travel has placed Vigo firmly on the map as an attractive city break destination. It's about time. Vigo is a marvellous city that is brimming with fantastic attractions...
Santiago de Compostela - city of the Saint - a great story   by Martin Lambert
Santiago de Compostela started life in the 9th century as a church and monastic development built over the tomb of one of the apostles, Saint James - or so it is claimed!  ...
Camino de Santiago   by Mike McDougall
El Camino de Santiago, or as it is known in English, the Way of St James, is one of any number of pilgrimage routes to the cathedral set in the town of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia  ...
Hunting For Treasures in Pontevedra   by Scott James
With regards to the tourist industry within Spain, Northern Spain and in particular Galicia especially have been very much a hidden treasure and hidden within lies a further particular treasure called Pontevedra. Of all of the autonomous regions of Spain Galicia is considered the most remote and therein lies the charm of Pontevedra hidden away longing to be discovered...
Sample some of the Finest Roman Architecture found anywhere in Lugo   by Stephen Morgan
Northern Spain and Galicia particularly has long been an undiscovered jewel in the whole of the Spanish tourism industry and within that undiscovered jewel in particular we are going to take a look at Lugo.  Overall of all of the autonomous regions of Spain possibly Galicia is the most remote and this makes Lugo even more of an undiscovered treasure....
The province of Coruna in Spain   by Martin Lambert
The province of A Coruna is to be found in northern Spain in the region known as Galicia.  Coruna has several claims to fame..
The Rias Altas in Spain   by Jakob Jelling
The Rias Altas located in Spain are part of a group of larger formations spread within the coast of Galicia, conformed by the Rias Altas and the Rias Bajas.
Visit Ferrol and Western Rias Altas   by Scott James
Northern Spain and Galicia particularly has long been an undiscovered jewel in the whole of the Spanish tourism industry and within that undiscovered jewel in particular we are going to take a look at Ferrol...
Visit Galicia Visit Ourense   by Scott James
Of all of the autonomous regions of Spain Galicia is considered the most remote and therein lies the charm of Ourense hidden away longing to be discovered. Galicia has always been seen as a poor rural region, whose economy was dependent upon agriculture and fishing and did not lend itself to modernisation and yet as far as tourism is concerned it is this constant contact with the past that gives the region its appeal and charm...
Visit Pontevedra and Enjoy the History   by Scott James
Galicia in particular and Northern Spain in general have long been considered to be a hidden jewel in the entire Spanish tourist industry and hidden away within Galicia itself are some further jewels and we are going to examine Pontevedra further....
Visit Viveiro In The Heart Of The Rias Altas   by Scott James
Galicia in particular and Northern Spain in general have long been considered to be a hidden jewel in the entire Spanish tourist industry and hidden away within Galicia itself are some further jewels and we are going to examine Viveiro further.  If you look at all of the autonomous regions that make up modern day Spain, Galicia has to be the most remote and hidden away within that remoteness lies Viveiro...

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La Rioja
Holidays in Rioja and Logrono Holiday Attractions   by Steve Greenwood
La Rioja is a region of northern Spain and is bordered entirely by the regions of Navarre, Basque Country, Aragon and Castilla Leon. Its capital is the city of Logrono and other important cities and towns in the province include Haro, Calahorra, Arnedo and Alfaro...
La Rioja - Spain's Wine Capital   by Seb Jay
Descending from the foothills of the Sierra del Moncayo in North East Spain is La Rioja - Spain's smallest region. It is an area renowned for its natural beauty and, of course, for its wines...
Wines from Spain  by Gary
If you are asked to name a Spanish wine it is most like that you will say Rioja as this is probably the most famous, however Spain really has so much more to offer all lovers of fine wines.  Spain has a long history of producing fine wines, 50 percent of all the EECs vineyards lie in Spain and offers an excellent and memorable selection of Reds, White and Rose wines, which thankfully, are still for the most part inexpensive for the quality on offer...

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Andalucía - Aragon - Asturias - Balearic Islands - Canary Islands - Cantabria - Castilla y La Mancha - Castilla y Leon - Cataluña - Extremadura - Galicia - General Spain - La Rioja - Madrid - Murcia - Navarra - País Vasco (Basque Country) - Valencian Community

Latest update: September 4, 2012