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Travel Spain: Getting Off the Beaten Track in Barcelona

From unique neighborhoods, villages and one-of-kind restaurants to hidden gardens and the best view of the city, there is no shortage of things to do when you’re on vacation in Barcelona. Once you’ve finished scratching below the surface of its m...
by My Several Worlds on Aug 5, 2013

Barcelona & Madrid - spain travel guide And vacation tours

Holidays Tours By Book All Trip 6 NIGHTS / 7 DAYS DAY 01 Arrive MadridUpon arrival in Madrid, you will be transferred to the hotel by a private vehicle. The rest of the day is free to explore the city. Overnight in Madrid. DAY 02 Madrid : H...
by Cheap Flights Tickets India on Jul 14, 2013

Going On Holiday To Benidorm

Most people have heard of Benidorm as it has been touted as the birthplace of the package holiday and has been a popular destination since the 1960’s. There are still lots of people who come to this once sleepy little town for their holidays and as...
by Best Travel Deals on Apr 13, 2013

Running With The Bulls in Spain

Everyone around the world is familiar with the running of the bulls in Pamplona Spain during the festival de San … Read more »...
by World Travel Guide on Apr 2, 2013

Mushroom Hunters with Chef Francesc Rovira

The number one TV show in the Catalunya region Spain is not So You Think You Can Dance Spain, or the Spanish Version of American Idol. No, the number one TV show in Catalunya is Mushroom Hunters. Mushroom hunting in Spain is serious business and we h...
by theplanetd on Oct 7, 2012

The Pyrenees in Black and White

The Pyrenees inspired us. As we rode our horses through an old pilgrimage route, we had visions of walking the El Camino de Santiago. Each time we walked through the mountains of Northern Spain, all I wanted to do was stay there. We made mental notes...
by theplanetd on Oct 5, 2012

The Monk Who Pulled the Hood Over my Eyes

I've been waiting for you since the 14th century" said Brother Benedict, our guide and Monk at the Santa Maria de Ripoll Monastery. Read the original post The Monk Who Pulled the Hood Over my Eyes on Adventure Travel blog for Couples | The Planet D.
by theplanetd on Oct 3, 2012

Wealth, Wine and Fast Cars

“You are coming to lunch with me,” said Jaume Marin of Costa Brava tourism. Little did we know that we were going to visit a man listed on the Forbes top 100 and he was flying into Girona, Spain for the day from Switzerland for this speci...
by theplanetd on Sep 27, 2012

In the Bell Tower

We almost didn’t make it to our tour of the bell tower at the Basilica Parroquial of Girona, Spain. We knew we had to meet at 9:30 am but didn’t know where. As we sat in the lobby of our hotel at 9:45, we realized that we must have misund...
by theplanetd on Sep 26, 2012

Big Spanish Giveaway, TBEX Winners Announced

We are pleased to announce the winners of our In Costa Brava giveaway to Spain.Read the original post Big Spanish Giveaway, TBEX Winners Announced on Adventure Travel blog for Couples | The Planet D.
by theplanetd on Sep 5, 2012

Five Weeks, Four Countries and a Mic

As I was writing my newsletter the other day talking about our upcoming travels, I was shocked to see just how much we have in store over the next few months. Normally, travel comes naturally. I mean, we’ve already been on five different conti...
by theplanetd on Sep 4, 2012

A Tourist Starter’s Guide to Malaga

Malaga is the Spanish city and the capital of Malaga province. It is famous for its typical Mediterranean climate and … Read more »...
by World Travel Guide on Jul 25, 2012

Adventure Holidays In The Balearic Islands

The Balearic islands of Ibiza, Menorca, Mallorca and Formentara are located to the East of Spain. They are all blessed with seemingly endless sunshine and beautiful coastal scenery.
by theplanetd on Jul 14, 2012

Viva Espana! – A Quick Run with the Bulls

As we speak we are on our way to Pamplona, Spain to Run with the Bulls. Also known as the San Fermín Festival, the Running of the Bulls attracts millions of visitors to watch Spain's largest festival.
by theplanetd on Jul 5, 2012

Wildlife Photography – Vultures in the Pyrenees

A great way to support conservation efforts for vultures in spain is to book a wildlife photography tour to capture the birds in their natural habitat. A portion of proceeds are donated to help the conservation effort.
by theplanetd on May 31, 2012


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