Category: Spain

Spain: Burgos cathedral turns 800 years old – Culture; ANSAMed

Gothic jewel visited each year by hundreds of thousands of tourists is a UNESCO world heritage site since 1984. Official acts and celebrations were planned for this historic anniversary.

Source: Spain: Burgos cathedral turns 800 years old – Culture – ANSAMed

Best Spain Tours: 20 fabulous adventures; Kerry Walker; Times Travel

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Get to grips with the many sides of Spain with these tours, showcasing the prettiest coastal cities, the best hiking and cycling trails and the country’s unrivalled art and architecture.

Source: Best Spain Tours: 20 fabulous adventures – Times Travel

Antoni Gaudí’s First-Ever Designed House Lists on Airbnb for $1; Kathryn M; Dwell

Photo: Dwell

The legendary architect’s Casa Vicens will open its doors in Barcelona for an exclusive one-night stay.

Source: Antoni Gaudí’s First-Ever Designed House Lists on Airbnb for $1

Enjoy Mallorca: Ten years of the Tramuntana World Heritage Site; Andrew Ede; Majorca Daily Bulletin

Photo: Majorca Daily Bulletin

The keys to the Unesco declaration were culture and landscape. Has the Unesco declaration made any real difference?

Source: Enjoy Mallorca: Ten years of the Tramuntana World Heritage Site

Open To Public: A Night’s Stay In Gaudi’s Casa Vicens; Rathika Sheila; Zafigo

Photo: AirBnB

You’ve been to the Gaudi museums and gardens all around beautiful Barcelona, but thanks to Airbnb, you’ll be able to stay in one of Gaudi’s architectural masterpieces this autumn.

The post Open To Public: A Night’s Stay In Gaudi’s Casa Vicens appeared first on Zafigo.

Source: Open To Public: A Night’s Stay In Gaudi’s Casa Vicens

A Stay at the First Home Designed by Antoni Gaudí Includes an Exclusive Tour and a Luxe Breakfast; Danielle Harding; House Beautiful

Photo: Getty Images

The Airbnb will be available for only $1 per night!

Source: A Stay at the First Home Designed by Antoni Gaudí Includes an Exclusive Tour and a Luxe Breakfast

Spain’s Top Destinations For Wildlife Tourism; Jared Ranahan; Forbes

Photo: Getty

From birds to bears to butterflies, there’s a wealth of fascinating species to encounter during a foray into the wildest depths of Spain.

Source: Spain’s Top Destinations For Wildlife Tourism

Balearics on the green list: Your must-do guide to the islands; Marie Claire Dorking; Yahoo

Photo: Getty Images

Your guide to the beautiful Balearics.

Source: Balearics on the green list: Your must-do guide to the islands

View of Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain; Global Times

Photo: Xinhua

Photo taken on June 17, 2021 shows a view of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. The Alhambra Palace is a fortress complex located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. It was inscribed onto the world heritage list in 1984 by UNESCO. Photo: Xinhua

Source: View of Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain

National Parks We Love Around the World; Mary Winston Nicklin; Afar

Photo: Lukasz Janyst/Shutterstock

Ten countries, 10 national parks: Now’s the time to disappear off the grid and lose yourself in the great outdoors.

Source: National Parks We Love Around the World

Bloomberg’s ‘new’ Seven World Wonders no 1: Antequera Dolmens, Spain; Zimasa Katamzi; Getaway

These are archaeological and natural treasures ‘spanning far wider than the ancient Greek world and catering to all types of modern explorers.’

Source: Bloomberg’s ‘new’ Seven World Wonders no 1: Antequera Dolmens, Spain

Special plan for the protection and restoration of the historic city of Santiago de Compostela (Spain); Unesco

Photo source: Unesco

Source: Special plan for the protection and restoration of the historic city of Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

Why the Balearic island of Formentera should be on your radar; Formentera Tourist Board; National Geographic

Photo credit: FORMENTERA TOURIST BOARD

Formentera is often referred to as Ibiza’s little sister, but with a fun bohemian character and some of Europe’s most beautiful beaches it’s a top-tier sea destination in its own right.

Source: Why the Balearic island of Formentera should be on your radar

Discover Spain and Portugal’s underrated cities; Laura French; Travel Weekly

Photo credit: Osprey Holidays/ALCE – Fotolia

Try a smaller city for a second-time visit to Spain or Portugal.

Source: Discover Spain and Portugal’s underrated cities | Travel Weekly

The 2013-2017 restoration of the oratory of the Partal Palace; Cardiff University

Photo source: Cardiff University

This research focuses on the innovative outcomes of the latest restoration of the Oratory of the Partal Palace (2013-2017).

Source: The 2013-2017 restoration of the oratory of the Partal Palace

Sevilla: What to see in Santa Cruz; Laurence Dollimore; Olive Press News Spain

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SANTA Cruz is the most visited neighbourhood by the millions of tourists who flock to Sevilla each year.  And it’s no surprise, given it houses the

Source: Sevilla: What to see in Santa Cruz – Olive Press News Spain

The 10 best tourist sites in Spain’s Sevilla (and how to see them all in one day); Laurence Dollimore; Olive Press News Spain

(Credit: Laurence Dollimore)

Andalucia’s capital is one of the most walkable cities in the world and many of the best wonders are concentrated in and around the centre…

Source: The 10 best tourist sites in Spain’s Sevilla (and how to see them all in one day) – Olive Press News Spain

Tenerife: An Explorer’s Guide [Activities, Nature, Road Trips, Towns]; Marek; Indie Traveller

Photo: Indie Traveller

Source: Tenerife: An Explorer’s Guide [Activities, Nature, Road Trips, Towns] • Indie Traveller

Study Suggests Ancient Cave Painters Deprived Themselves Of Oxygen To Get Hallucinatory Visions; David Bressan; Forbes

A study claims that paleolithic artists visited cave system to deprive themselves of oxygen and experience hallucinations.

Source: Study Suggests Ancient Cave Painters Deprived Themselves Of Oxygen To Get Hallucinatory Visions

Sevilla: Guide to visiting Spain’s most romantic city; Laurence Dollimore; Olive Press News

FIVE centuries have passed since Christopher Columbus set sail from Sevilla for the Americas. But as you stroll along the banks of the Guadalquivir in the barrio of El Arenal, you can picture the scene as if it was yesterday.

Source: Sevilla: Guide to visiting Spain’s most romantic city – Olive Press News Spain

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