Posts Tagged ‘spain’
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Cortijo del Marqués – Granada, Spain

All in all, if you’re looking to explore the back country of Andalusia while learning about its history, this is definitely a secret hideout you need to come and discover for yourself.


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Charming Villas Rental – Mas Canyelles, Catalonia

All in all, renting this villa was an excellent experience and we would definitely do it again. Being able to stay in a private, luxurious place with all the amenities you’d find at home (and even more) definitely made our va...



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Charming Villas Rental – Mas Grevol, Catalonia

All in all, renting this villa was an excellent experience and we would definitely do it again. Being able to stay in a private, luxurious place with all the amenities you’d find at home (and even more) definitely made our va...


Best in Travel: Planning Trips, Berlin and Sustainable Travel

Every Wednesday, we round up the best of the online travel media and feature it here on Best in Travel. To join in the fun, follow us on  on Twitter @WildJunket and tag your favorite stories with #WJmag. We’ll bring  t...



Best in Travel: Romania, Budget Backpacking and What’s to Love in Lima

Every Wednesday, we round up the best of the online travel media and feature it here on Best in Travel. To join in the fun, follow us on  on Twitter @WildJunket and tag your favorite stories with #WJmag. We’ll bring  t...


The Best Barcelona Experience: Highlights

Spain has been my ultimate “dream country” to visit ever since I started liking languages, and I never imagined I would be going any time soon after that dream emerged. A little over two years after the dream was dr...



Catalonia: More Than Barcelona

When you think about Spain, what are some of the first cities that come to mind? Madrid? Or maybe Barcelona? Because who has heard of Girona or Tarragona, unless you’ve taken an interest in Spain or Spanish geography? The...


Photo Essay: Barcelona in One Day

Awakened; get dressed, and get ready to see Antoni Gaudi’s iconic masterpiece of architecture, still in construction for more than a century, the La Sagrada Familia. I hop into a tapas bar and eat something light on the s...



Top 10 Ways to Eat Like a King on a Budget

Food is culture, and culture is food; traveling wouldn’t be what it is if it wasn’t for regional specialities and dishes we can’t get at home (or anywhere else), though sometimes our wallets can restrict our e...


From Paella to Churros: Top Foods to Try in Spain

Traveling is an experience for all of our senses: for our eyes to take in the beautiful new views, for our ears to hear new languages and accents, for noses to smell new scents, and for our mouths to taste new, rich flavors. Fo...