Category: Things To Do

Antequera, the Heart of Andalucia

January 24, 2014

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Where exactly is the heart of Andalucia? In the gardens of the Alhambra perhaps? Or maybe in the patios of Cordoba? Or even on the shores of Málaga? Well, since the 16th century, the “heart of Andalucia” hasn’t been in any of these places, but rather in the town of Antequera. It’s only home to [...]

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Christmas in Seville

January 16, 2014

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Christmas in Seville might lack a wintery cushion of snow, an ever-present Santa Claus, or people decking the halls with boughs of holly. But what the southern city does offer is a pleasant winter climate, and loads of unique Spanish holiday traditions that will make celebrating the season with cheer both a charming and cultural experience.

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Carmona: The Perfect Andalusian Road-trip Stop

December 27, 2013

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Situated just 30 minutes to the east of Seville, and on the way to both Cordoba and Granada, the walled-in town of Carmona makes for a perfect Andalusian road-trip pitstop. More than just a photogenic village along the way, though, Carmona is actually quite the historically important town given its opportune location above the fertile [...]

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Tips for Visiting the Alhambra

November 29, 2013

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Few places cam leave an impression on your traveling heart like the magical grounds of the Alhambra Palace. From planning in advance to experiencing the palace at night, here are a few top tips to ensure you get the most out of your visit to one of the world’s most beloved sights. Purchase Your Ticket [...]

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Food in Granada

November 1, 2013

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Granada may not get major foodie nods like certain other Spanish regions, but the southern Andalusian city is home to some pretty unique dishes and generously sized tapas that will more than fill your belly. Before you set off to satisfy your Spanish food craving, here’s what you need to know about the local gastronomy. [...]

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Granada’s Sacromonte

October 4, 2013

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Get a different perspective of Granada and the Alhambra by visiting the city’s hillside bohemian neighborhood, the Sacromonte. Filled with caves, this is the perfect place to get a more intimate look at the Andalucian city. Located just to the east of the Albaicín neighborhood (which you can explore on a Granada walking tour), you [...]

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