Salamanca is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. Named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, it is known for its monuments and its University, which is the oldest in the country. Because of the large number of students this brings to Salamanca, the city is also…Continue reading "SALAMANCA BY DAY"
Salamanca hosts more than 25,000 students during semester time, which means that the average age of the city’s inhabitant is quite young and that its nightlife is absolutely amazing. Indeed, it is not uncommon to see bars still open at four o’clock in the morning and night clubs until seven.…Continue reading "Salamanca by night"
I love to travel the world, but sometimes there is nothing better than being a visitor in your home town. For me, Madrid is home base. Every time I come back with some time to spare, I buy myself a 10-trip metro ticket and travel the city from top to…Continue reading "Madrid, my dear Madrid"
Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol. They say that it is “the new Barcelona”, due to its large cultural variety; it is considered the most cosmopolitan city in the south of Spain. It is a city where its strong historical significance fuses together with its modern and…Continue reading "10 reasons why you should visit Malaga"
One destination instantly springs to mind when we hear this: Mexico. A holiday in this country will be a mind-blowing combination of unforgettable adventures, experiences, sensations and memories. With your cases packed, these are some of the different ways of getting to know a country so diverse that you will…Continue reading "How to live a vacation in Mexico"
One of the best ways to invest time and money on our travels is eating. And there are cities where gastronomy is practically a tourist attraction in itself and just as important as any other. Then there are those cities where perhaps there is no inherent gastronomic culture, but that…Continue reading "8 cities where eating is a sublime gastronomic experience"
Better weather is fast approaching and, as you know, travelling is one of my passions and even more so during the spring. The sun, the warmer temperatures and the soft breezes make us feel so much more active and make us want to pull our suitcase out of the closet.…Continue reading "4 things to do in springtime New York this year"
Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Designated Festival of International Tourist Interest) After the Carnival in Rio, the Santa Cruz Carnival is considered the most popular and well-known carnival in the world. In fact, in the year 2000, the city became World Carnival Capital following its pirate-themed carnival. The Santa…Continue reading "10 Spanish Carnival Celebrations you cannot miss"
February is officially here and that means one thing is certain – love is in the air! If you plan on celebrating Valentine’s Day with your special someone in Manhattan this year, make sure sparks fly by planning an unforgettable evenng. With so many different ways to celebrate the Valentine’s…Continue reading "Manhattan’s Most Romantic Date Spots"
If you are already thinking about your Easter holidays, this article is for you. We all love Easter because, for most of us at least, it’s a time when we get a few days off from work to relax – almost like mini summer vacations. If you want to take…Continue reading "Things not to miss if you are in Mexico this Easter"