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Cantabria

The best of Cantabria

By Emma Stuart from LadiesWhat.co.uk You may not have heard of Cantabria. Despite being a popular destination for Spanish and French tourists, this northern province of Spain is relatively unknown to the rest of us. Cantabria boasts sandy beaches to relax on, plenty…
Festes de la Merce

The best festivals in Barcelona – [VIDEO GUIDES]

Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, is second only to Madrid when it comes to commerce, culture and sport, and is one of Europe’s great cities. It fairly vibrates with life and energy and this is expressed volcanically in its many festivals, which burst…
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Three Places to Visit in Toledo, Spain

“Tell me one travel destination you’d like to visit with me,” I asked my sweetheart. Without even thinking for a moment he said “Toledo,” and although I was actually thinking of visiting Verona, Italy, to see Juliet’s house I decided to put…
Where to go trekking in Spain

Trekking in Tenerife – Part 2

Exploring the lesser known trekking trails of Tenerife in the Canary Islands, we sent our intrepid contributor Paul Dow from TravMonkey.com to check out what alternatives there are to a holiday on an Island known for it's party resorts. You can read…
Walking holidays in Tenerife

Trekking in Tenerife – A diary

What do you know about Tenerife? If anything it's likely to be the parties, nightlife, streets for of clubs and drunken brits abroad. But there is so much more to this Island than you might think. A volcanic island means there's lots…
Flamenco show in Seville

6 must-visit sights in Seville, Spain

By Keri Allan from LadiesWhat.co.uk For my latest trip I did something I never do – no planning whatsoever! I knew very little about Seville before I got there, but decided to explore somewhere new with no preconceptions, and I was pleasantly surprised.…

5 best things to do in Seville, Spain

Seville is located in Andalucia -the southern area of Spain-, and it is probably the most underrated city of the country. Unfortunately, many visitors tend to focus on Madrid and Barcelona while leaving Seville behind. So if you plan to visit Spain…