Nou d’Octubre: A Celebration of Valencia

This week we celebrate Nou d’octubre, the day King Jaume I liberated Valencia from Moorish rule in 1238. Celebrations around the city include parades through the historic city centre (where we live), live music, food, fireworks (always fireworks in Valencia!) and at least 9 gorgeous historical buildings now used as government buildings are temporarily open …

24 Hours in Toledo – Amanda Afield

Toledo is a magical place packed with history. It is a special place for me having recently had the opportunity to return after visiting as a young boy. Thanks for sharing your experience, Amanda! After visiting Barcelona, Sevilla and Ronda, it was finally time to travel to Spain's capital city, Madrid. While booking the trip, …

5 Spooky Places In Europe That Any Halloween Fan Should Visit | From Europe and beyond.

Love the vegan restaurant picks, Ania!


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