Nestled at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada is the majestic Kingdom of Granada. Much like the other cities in Andalusia, Granada boasts an eclectic mix of old world European and North African influence, and a modern metropolitan flavor that draws in visitors by the hundreds of thousands.
Córdoba and Seville are two of the largest cities in Andalusia. Both cities are steeped in historical significance and boast a unique mix of cultural heritage.
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.
…there are ways to experience the majesty of wild and exotic animals without the risk and/or guilt of contributing to a zoo. And when it comes to wildlife encounters, there’s no better place to go than the birthplace of life itself.