Spain

Full of contrasts, Spain is a country that has little known places that are true jewels. The Spanish coast, gastronomy, good weather ... There are many reasons why it receives thousands of tourists. However, there are little tourist places that are a true wonder. Charming corners that we will discover.

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After the Black Forest of Germany, the Irati Forest in Spain is the second largest beech-fir of the old continent. A forest with no less than seventeen thousand hectares. In it there are many charms that can be discovered by hiking. We give you all the necessary information for the visit.

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Spain is a very varied country not only in gastronomy and nature, but also in architecture. For this and other reasons, many film directors have searched for locations for their films. We want you to join us to discover film places in Spain, wonderful corners that have been the scene of great productions.

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It is one of the tapas par excellence in Spain, so you can not miss in our gastronomic tours of Iberian cities and towns. We review the establishments where they serve the best white potatoes in the country. Take advantage! Where do the best white potatoes in Spain serve?

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San Sebastián, Madrid, Segovia ... many are the gastronomic cities where eating is a real pleasure. Spain, thanks to its geographical variety, in addition to monuments, museums or beaches, has a diverse cuisine. The cod pil-pil, Valencian rice or the suckling pig of Segovia are part of this gastronomic offer that calls more and more tourism.

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Without a doubt, museums are one of the great attractions of Spain. But this time we will not look at the Prado or the Guggenheim. No, we want to visit some of the most curious museums in Spain. Modest, little known, but very interesting. Do you want to prove it? Join us! 1. Museum of Microminiatures, Guadalest (Alicante) Museum of Microminiatures - Pedro Agüera / Flickr.

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The city of Plasencia has a particular charm. Located in the province of Cáceres, it attracts thousands of tourists every year. And it is not for less, because there are many things to see there. The wall, the cathedrals or the Jewish quarter are some of the attractions of a city founded in the twelfth century by Alfonso VIII.

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Between the gorges of the Tiétar river and small waterfalls of enormous beauty, and next to villages of medieval charm, in 1404 the monastery of Yuste began to be built. This is a Jerome monastery of austere architecture. He spent his last days Carlos I of Spain and V of Germany. Brief history of the monastery of Yuste It is a monastery mixed with Gothic and Renaissance styles.

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The weather, the fine sand, the sun terraces… The beaches of southern Spain are the favorite destination of many people from all over the world. Its large expanses of fine white sand are a fantastic claim. And not only that, there are hundreds of activities to do in them: surfing, boat rides, paragliding, etc.

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The Vault of the Cerezuelo de Cazorla River is a unique corner of this municipality, located in the Natural Park of the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas, in the province of Jaén. Castles, churches, nature, gastronomy and this special place of forced visit make Cazorla the ideal place to enjoy rural tourism.

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The palace of Santa Cruz del Viso del Marqués is a jewel of the Renaissance that we can find in the province of Ciudad Real. Its interior can be considered an example of what should have been the unfinished palace of Carlos V in Granada. Nowadays it can be visited, since it houses the headquarters of the Don Álvaro de Bazán Naval Archive and Museum.

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The historical sources of Granada show the importance that water has had for this Andalusian city throughout the centuries. We propose a small tour to know some of the most representative. Can you come with us? Granada and its cult of water Generalife Gardens The passage of several civilizations through the city was always linked to the water supply of the population and the orchards.

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Formerly known as Las Barreras cemetery, the cemetery of San José de Granada has delicate funerary sculptures. A graveyard that was built on the ancient foundations of an Arab palace dating from the fourteenth century, the Nasrid palace of the Alixares. Its origin dates from 1805, after a great epidemic of yellow fever that hit this Andalusian city.

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Jávea, in Alicante, is one of the most beautiful municipalities in the Valencian Community. A well-known coast destination in the Spanish Levante, but it has much more than beaches. Therefore, we want to propose a series of excursions that will allow you to get to know the city and its wonderful surroundings first hand.

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The province of Seville has been the scene of filming great scenes of Game of Thrones. Places of the mythical series like King's Landing, capital of the Seven Kingdoms, or the exotic Kingdom of Dorne have been perfectly reflected in some of the most spectacular historical places in the Andalusian capital.

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If you are traveling through the province of León, do not miss the opportunity to discover one of the most incredible natural environments in the area: the cave of Valporquero. It is a spectacular grotto that is next to the town of Valporquero de Torío, less than 50 kilometers from the capital Leon. At about 1300 meters above sea level, the Leonese mountain has a huge mouth that represents the entrance to a network of underground galleries through which a stream also runs.

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The cathedral of Granada is an authentic work of art in which the visitor can discover some of the keys to the history of Spain. Built between 1506 and 1704, its construction was full of setbacks and vicissitudes that caused its initial plan to be reformulated once and a thousand times. Do you want to know some of their secrets?

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The province of Barcelona contains hundreds of places of great beauty and one of them is Mura. This municipality, located in the region of Bages, is surrounded by the Natural Park of Sant Llorenç del Munt i l'Obac. In addition to being located in the middle of nature, it offers a unique medieval architecture that transports you to another era.

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Viana's palace is one of the most visited monuments in Córdoba. No wonder, as architectural and artistic beauty is present in all its corners. It is a palace with more than five centuries that is part of the history and urbanism of this wonderful Andalusian city. We show you a brief tour so you can enjoy it to the fullest.

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