Great culture, tasty food and friendly people – Madrid is a city that has it all. I didn’t know much about Spain’s capital before my visit, but it quickly became one of my favorite cities in the world.
To call Córdoba a hidden gem seems almost insulting considering the role the city has played throughout the history of the Iberian Peninsula. However, when it comes to tourism, it often plays second fiddle to the more prominent Andalusian cities of Granada and Seville.
Spain is a country that has it all. It’s unique geography and eccentric culture blend together to create a land of contradictions. It’s a place where adventure and relaxation intersect.
Every little kid wants the ability to fly. I was no exception. I have many fond memories of my step brother and I leaping off my back porch of my childhood home. We “borrowed” my parent’s largest umbrellas – naturally, believing that, the bigger the umbrella, the more likely it would double as a parachute. […]
While the lagoon is technically one of the most urban pink lakes in the world, it’s not actually that easy to access. The lake is privately owned and therefore not highly promoted by the local government and tourism board. Many sections are also closed off to bathers because they are nature reserves.