From the very start we knew we want to visit Madrid on our Spain trip and that was an excellent decision, because Madrid is a great city to explore. Capital of Spain feels a bit like a melting pot of everything Spain has to offer: great food, friendly people, beautiful architecture, art, and of course … Continue reading Mini guide: 2 days in Madrid
Wandering the streets and sightseeing can be quite tiring. The easiest way to rest and regain strength for more wandering is to just chill in a park for a while. In 2 days we were in Madrid we found ourselves in some absolutely lovely parks and gardens. Here are 6 we visited and absolutely loved.
I love the planning process of travel. Finding all the little details, information, reading blogs and lately also watching a lot of Youtube videos, deciding what we want to see and do and which places we would might like and then putting it all together with how to get around these places, accommodations, booking tickets... … Continue reading 11 days in Spain
What would a trip to Barcelona be without getting at least one epic view of the city? Here are 5 places with the best views in Barcelona. We visited first 3 and skipped on the last two. It is always nice to leave something for the next time, and I am sure I will visit … Continue reading 5 best views in Barcelona
When I think of Spain, Barcelona is no. 1 city that pops into my mind, and I am pretty sure it is yours too. Barcelona is city of arts, culture and architecture, it is capital of Catalonia, constantly among top 10 most visited cities in Europe and probably on everyone's travel bucket list. It definitely … Continue reading Mini guide: Barcelona
Barcelona attracts millions of tourists every year, it is almost always in the top 10 most visited cities in Europe and I believe that the stunning architecture by Gaudi has a huge role to play in Barcelona's attractiveness. In this post I will cover few of Gaudi's works in Barcelona that we visited and also … Continue reading Gaudi’s Barcelona
My first time in Spain was in high school where we mostly partied in Lloret de Mar, saw few sights in Barcelona and other places and we didn't even enter the Sagrada Familia, because we visited Camp Nou, which is all fine and great if you are into football, which I never was. So ever … Continue reading 8 tips to exploring Spain on a budget