Flamenco dress, men on horseback, Sevillana dance and bullfighting – Seville’s annual festival, the “Feria de Abril” is the picture postcard of what we expect of Spain.
Sunday mornings in Madrid are generally low key, the locals sleep off the effects of their weekend revelries, spend some quality time with their families or even go to church. So it can be next to im...
Certain intrepid travel experiences often find their way on to our bucket lists, but never make it into reality. Time and monetary costs interfere with their feasibility.
The cosmopolitan city of Madrid has everything you want from a European capital – world-class art, elegant boulevards, great shopping and eating out and interesting sites.
What Madrid lacks in the beachside appeal of the fashionable holiday cities, like Barcelona and Malaga, it makes up in the art and music department.
If there is one thing Madrid doesn’t lack – it’s bars.
Madrid’s foundations were firmly laid in the 9th century, but its first moment of glory started with the Romans and continued until the Moors and beyond.
If you find yourself lost in a maze of tiny streets, surrounded by tall, medieval buildings, you will undoubtedly be in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, or Barri Gothic.