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General Travel Information on Spain

Make your travel budget-friendly with these wonderful tips
Travel is the top, yet most expensive thing in our lives. Many people want to travel around the world and explore their surroundings, to give their life a fresh look and find mental peace...
The Best Places in Spain to have Fun for Free
Just because you are in a foreign country doesn't mean you can't have fun while trying to save money. There are plenty of places in Spain where you can have fun for free. Even in the big cities of Barcelona and Madrid, you can have fun even if you are on a vacation on a budget. So whether you are in Spain, or if you plan on going, don't worry...
How To Holiday In Spain And Come Back With More Money Than You Left
Traveling can be expensive especially if you want to spend a few months doing so. Even if you tried to live on the cheapest budget you would still need several thousand euros to do so....
Great Guide to Spanish Holiday
Spain is an extremely versatile country to spend a holiday. From its sleepy villages, where the traditional siesta takes place to the delicious local food produce, there is everything you could possibly want from a holiday there...
Pousadas of Portugal and Paradores of Spain
Sleep with History and charm on your next trip to Spain or Portugal!  Whether travelling in a group or just on your own we have selected unique accommodations in various Pousadas of Portugal and Paradores of Spain... 
3 Great Spanish Holiday Resorts
Ah, the great resorts of Spain! So many exciting and economical places to go there on holiday. But with such a huge range of choices, it's hard to choose just which ones might be best for you.  No matter what your choice of destination, there are many self-catering Holiday Homes available on the Internet these days.
Spanish Festivals, Flamenco and Fiestas
From the title alone you should have guessed this article is about Spain and its many customs.  Spain is a very proud country, and they celebrate their history and customs in style...
The Osborne Bull of Spain - 50th Anniversary  by Gary
You're driving around Spain and there on the hill in the distance you see a huge silhouette of a black bull…impressive and nameless, but what exactly are they doing there...
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...
Spanish Music is Flamenco (Spain) not Mariachi (Mexico) bien!   by Jonathan Irish
What kinds of music are you going to hear when you arrive in Spain? ¡Mucho! But just because Enrique Iglesias is from Spain, not Mexico, does not mean that you are listening to real Spanish music ...
Chocolates and Churros: The best in Spanish desserts!   by Jonathan Irish
When people go to Spain on vacation they have to remember that Spanish food is not Taco Bell! When I first moved to Spain I didn’t know what to expect, but when I got there I was pleasantly surprised ...
Making Spanish Paella The Easy Way   by Noel Gomez
Paella is a saffron-flavored dish made with varying combinations of rice, vegetables, meat, chicken and seafood. Spain and the Catalan languages, paella means frying pan or pot ...
Overview of Spain for Travelers  by Richard Monk
The capital of Spain is Madrid, home to roughly 5.5 million residents. Other major cities include Barcelona with 4.9 people, Malaga with 1.3 million, Seville with 1.8 million and Valencia with just over 2 million residents ...
Spanish Holidays
When taking a holiday, sometimes it's interesting to see everyone celebrating at the same time. Although it can be a nice break to visit Spain in August at the height of the summer holidays, you're most likely to be surrounded by other British, German, Scandinavian, and American holidaymakers....
Travelling To Spain - The Spanish Regional Travel Guide   by Rhiannon Williamson
Up to 60 million visitors travel to Spain every year to delight in the country's 315 sunny days and its rich and diverse history and culture. As a result the Spanish government spend millions of Euros per year on the travel and transport infrastructure to service the country's growing population and its ever growing numbers of visitors.
Christopher Columbus   by Mike McDougall
Christopher Columbus as born in 1451 and died in May 1506. He was a famous explorer and trader whose most significant voyage was crossing the Atlantic Ocean and landing in the Americas on October 12, 1492...
History of the Spanish language in Spain   by Mike McDougall
Spanish is, after Mandarin Chinese and English, the third most spoken language in the world, with an estimated 400.000.000 of native speakers throughout the planet. Its origins, however, are much more reduced, both geographically and numerically....
Top 10 Spanish Experiences   by Rhiannon Williamson
Guidebooks often provide the visitor with a list of sights to see and places to visit when venturing overseas to a brand new country, but this list of top 10 experiences to have in Spain provides the visitor or new expatriate living in Spain with some slightly more unusual alternatives!  If you consider yourself a more adventurous tourist or you're just bored of the same old same old spouted by tired tourist guides read on for an exciting Spanish itinerary...
Spain By Car   by Peter Wilson
While there are many different ways one can choose to travel through Spain, there is really nothing that compares to being in charge of the travel time and stops along the way. While many people prefer to save money and choose public transportation, they have little control of the stops, duration of stops and schedule of the transport....
Spanish Car Rental Services
Spain offers a variety of picturesque settings which come together to create the memories that holidays are made of. Around every corner is the chance for travelers to connect with the heart and soul of the region. There are the Sierra Nevada Mountains that provide some of the best skiing conditions in the world....
Travel Tips Spain - Spain Travel Guide
So you’ve decided it’s time to seek out some fun in the sun?  Here are some off-the-beaten track suggestions to get the most out of your trip to Spain! ...
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Cantabria Holidays - Santander Tourist Attractions   by Steve Greenwood
Cantabria is an autonomous community of northern Spain with a coastline that overlooks the Cantabria Sea. The region is bordered by the Basque Country to the east, Castilla Leon to the south, and Asturias to the west. Cantabria has much to offer visitors to the region with a mixture of mountainous massifs, rolling lush meadows and picturesque fishing ports.
Santander Tourist Information   by Gary Marshall
Santander is situated on the north coast of Spain, around 250 miles from Madrid. This elegant city, capital of the Cantabria region, was a popular resort with the aristocracy from the mid-nineteenth century onwards. Although a huge fire ravaged Santander in 1941, which destroyed much of the old quarter, the city was later rebuilt along its original lines....


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Latest update: April 29, 2021