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Where to stay in Granada

Where to stay in Granada

Nestled at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains of Spain’s Andalusia region is the city of Granada. Known best for Alhambra Palace and other stunning example of medieval Moorish architecture, Granada is a must for any southern Spain itinerary. With this guide, we can help you find the best neighborhood to stay in Granada Spain, with Granada hotels for every budget. Check out these places to stay in Granada Spain, and choose the best location to stay in Granada for you! Remember, Granada is a fairly small city, so once you have decided where to stay in Granada, make your hotel reservations as soon as possible, as the best hotels in Granada Spain tend to fill up quickly. No matter where you choose to stay in Granada Spain, you’re sure to have a wonderful time. We will cover off all types of Granada accommodation options from Hostels to luxury…
Where to stay in Cadiz

Where to stay in Cadiz

This port city of Andalucia Spain is a photographer’s dream. With an impressive skyline featuring more than 100 Spanish Navy watchtowers, as well as the iconic Cadiz Cathedral dome, Cadiz has a distinct Latin American feel that sets it apart from other Spanish cities. Beautiful beaches, tapas bars and lively plazas make Cadiz a destination worthy of a few days in your travels through Spain. To help you plan, we’ve rounded up the best neighborhoods of Cadiz Spain, and hotels in Cadiz for every budget. We will cover off all types of Cadiz accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Cadiz hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Cadiz, the best Cadiz hotels, best places in Cadiz to visit, the best places to stay in Cadiz, hotels near Cadiz attractions, Cadiz neighborhood guide and many more. Plan your trip to Spain Need data for your trip to France? We…
Where to stay in Valencia

Where to stay in Valencia

This port city on the eastern coast of Spain doesn’t have the notoriety or popularity of other Spanish cities, such as Barcelona, Madrid or Seville, but that’s all the more reason to plan a visit to Valencia! There are many fun things to do in Valencia, and once you consider the cultural variety, the tourist attractions and the beaches, you just may want to stay a while. With the list below of Valencia barrios and Valencia hotels, we can help you decide where is the best area to stay in Valencia for tourists. Choosing your Valencia accommodation will depend on your preferences for being in the heart of Valencia city or near the Valencia beach scene, so read on to find the best choice for you. We will cover off all types of Valencia accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Valencia hotels as well as how to decide where to stay…
Where to stay in Bilbao

Where to stay in Bilbao

There are many reasons to visit the Basque country capital of Bilbao Spain. The Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim Museum is one of the coolest places to photograph in Bilbao, let alone the amazing collection of modern art inside. Day trips to San Sebastian are also possible from Bilbao, where you can see where thousands of pilgrims begin their Camino de Santiago walk. While Bilbao is a fairly concentrated area, with many of the best attractions in the city center, however there are several interesting neighborhoods with Bilbao accommodation options. With this guide, you can safely choose what part of Bilbao to stay in, as well as the best hotels in Bilbao. We will cover off all types of Bilbao accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Bilbao hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Bilbao, the best Bilbao hotels, best places in Bilbao to visit, the best places to…
Guide to Madrid with Kids

Guide to Madrid with Kids

Madrid is a city that is now growing as a tourist destination, an up and coming rival for the popular city of Barcelona and is the perfect city to visit with your entire family. The city is a young and vibrant one with lots of things to do that will children entertained. The Spanish are experts at socializing with children, you will see children up and about at all hours of the day and night. You will find that there are many places which cater for families, offering playgrounds and activities to keep them busy whilst you enjoy a meal and a nice cool beer or glass of wine, giving you a well-deserved break. Here we will give you the ultimate guide to Madrid with kids! Plan your trip to Spain Need data for your trip to France? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day.…
Where to stay in Tenerife

Where to stay in Tenerife

The Canary Islands are a magical mixture of landscapes and topography, woh volcanoes, sand dunes and of course, beachfront resorts. The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife, is centered by a huge dormant volcano, and ringed with beaches of all varieties. Tenerife is perhaps most famous for the Carnaval de Santa Cruz, a festival that draws visitors from all over to celebrate before Lent. Whether you are visiting for Carnaval, or are seeking a more laid-back beach holiday, we can help you find the best part of Tenerife to stay in, as well as the best Tenerife hotels for your needs. Tenerife is well known for being a party destination, but we can also help you find the best part of Tenerife for families. We will cover off all types of Tenerife accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Tenerife hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Tenerife,…
Hidden Gems of Spain

Hidden Gems of Spain

Spain is one of the most popular destinations for tourists around the world, where else can you enjoy fabulous weather (even into the winter months), excellent food and wine and a diversity of landscapes that never ceases to surprise its visitors. Come to Spain and discover that there is much more to the country than Barcelona, Madrid and the Costa del Sol and fall in love with Spain all over again! Here we will look at the most untouched and lesser-known places for foreign tourists (and even some locals!) and we will cater for all tastes and needs. One thing to be certain is that to explore Spain in depth, car rental is highly recommended, as most of these places are off the beaten track. The main cities are easily connected to the Capital of Madrid and the tourist capital of Barcelona, but to reach the most unique and special…
Where to stay in Seville

Where to stay in Seville

The capital of Spain’s Andalusia region, Seville is famous for flamenco dancing and Moorish influence. There are many things to do in Seville, including the Alcazar Castle, and the Seville Cathedral, where Christopher Columbus is entombed. The Mediterranean climate makes Seville an excellent Spanish destination any time of year, and visitors will enjoy delicious local wine and authentic Spanish tapas bars throughout the region. Once you’ve booked your flights, the next thing to do is to figure out where to stay in Seville. With our guide to the best Seville neighborhoods, you’ll have no trouble finding the best place to stay in Seville. We even suggest the best Seville hotels or Seville hostels, depending on your budget. If you plan to visit Seville in the spring, be aware that Semana Santa is a huge festival held the week leading up to Easter; an amazing experience, but you’ll want to reserve…
Foodie guide to Madrid

Foodie guide to Madrid

Aside from being the capital of Spain, Madrid is the gastronomic capital as well. With more than 8,000 restaurants, it is the central hub where most of the freshest seafood caught on the coasts of Galicia and the South of Spain are flown into the world’s second largest seafood market to be served up in the local restaurants. It is also the place where you can savour international flavours from around the world without leaving the city! Dining out in Madrid is an adventure that never ends and there are endless options for all tastes and preferences. Here is a guide to the best gourmet experiences in Madrid that will keep all foodies and gourmet lovers happy! Plan your trip to Spain Need data for your trip to France? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the…
48 Hours in Bilbao - 2 Day Itinerary

48 Hours in Bilbao – 2 Day Itinerary

Bilbao is a hidden gem in the Basque Country and has long left its industrial past behind to reinvent itself as an up and coming, artistic port city. Bilbao lies on either side of the river Ría de Bilbao and the old shipyard area known as Abandoibarra, is now a modern riverbank lined with iconic buildings with its most staggering feature being the Guggenheim Museum designed by Frank Gehry, a rippling and undulating metallic structure and buildings like the Azkuna Zentroa, redesigned by Philippe Starck. Bilbao was once an industrial mining city until the Ria de Bilbao flooded in 1983 and submerged most of the medieval buildings in the Old Town, also called El Casco Viejo. A few years after the Basque government decided to repossess the former industrial areas and reconstruct a new waterfront. This later became modernised to the riverside area you say today. The city is famed…