Valencia is a bustling Spanish city, where there’s something fun, memorable and exciting to see and do around virtually every corner. Like most parts of Spain, Valencia is also an exceptionally family-friendly city, geared towards keeping youngsters of all ages entertained.
Hugging the west coast of the Atlantic Ocean, Galicia stands apart from the rest of Spain in terms of geography and culture. Asides its unique landscape and customs, this distinct corner of Spain boasts equally induvial cuisine.
From visiting unique museums to spending lazy days on an urban beach, the vibrant city of Valencia is bursting with fun, creative and memorable things to do for all the family. If you are heading to Valencia sometime soon for a well-deserved family break, take a look at the following five fabulous things to do
Barcelona is a year-round fest for fabulous, wacky, memorable and truly unique festivals, fiestas and events. If you’re planning a trip to the colourful Catalan capital, you might want to plan your visit around these three unmissable summer events.
If you’ve yet to visit Andalucía’s ‘big three’ cities, you’re certainly in for a treat when you do. By ‘big three’ we mean Granada, Cordoba and Seville, three remarkable Spanish cities, laden in extraordinary Moorish architecture, brimming with zest, traditionalism and vivacity and paradisal for culture vultures, foodies, musicians, shopaholics, historians and more.
The traditional and distinct southern region of Andalucía is brimming in wacky, wonderful and thoroughly unique fairs and fiestas all year round. In fact, you don’t have to travel too far or for too long to come across a memorable festival in Andalucía and party amongst the locals.
If you thought Halloween was a big event in Britain, you may be surprised to learn that it’s an even bigger celebration in Spain. Mind you the Spanish don’t need any excuse to host a festival!
Easter in Andalucía is a heady mix of faith, pageantry and raw emotion. The dates for Holy Week 2016, known in Spain as Semana Santa, will be March 20th until March 27th. Easter is the deepest rooted and heartfelt celebration of the year right across Spain. Centuries of tradition encompass the passion involved with the
Epiphany is celebrated around the world, but in Spain it takes on somewhat more importance. Although Santa Claus has made recent inroads, the ‘Three Kings Day’ has been a part of Spanish culture, celebrated since the end of the 2nd century, in one form or another. On January 6th the Spanish celebrate the visit of
At look at the Costa Brava’s annual three month theatre festival – Fiesta de Teatro (Temporado Alta)
The culture of any country comes in many forms and often the best practitioners of enlightening everyone to the nuances of a people and place are the artists that come from that country. The fiesta de Teatro, is a three month long extravaganza of theatre, music, dance and experimental productions that enliven the Catalan cultural