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Five ways to explore Catalonia on a road trip. All these routes combine culture, nature and great food, and can be completed in four or five days.
Have you heard of ‘The Song of El Cid’? It is a famous Spanish poem from the 12th century that tells the story of the legendary knight Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, 'El Cid Campeador', or Cid the Outstanding Warrior. We suggest reliving his adventures in an exciting way: by travelling to Spain and following the route that appears in the book itself. ...
A road trip along Spain’s Mediterranean coast is a guarantee of sunshine, lovely beaches, and plenty of destinations with things to see and do. We suggest following the coastline at your own pace, without a fixed timetable and with room to improvise. ...
Here we suggest a route in Spain which is original and unconventional, but very interesting and attractive, and which covers our medieval towns and cities. The Medieval Towns and Cities Route goes from the Basque Country to Extremadura. The whole route takes in nearly 1,500 kilometres crossing Spain from the north to the south-west. ...
It’s no exaggeration to say that Don Quixote de la Mancha is one of the most famous books in the history of literature. This novel, which tells the adventures and especially the misfortunes of a man who wanted to be a knight-errant in the land of La Mancha, was written by Miguel de Cervantes in the 17th century, and is among the world’s most ...
If someone mentions “Balearic Islands” we instantly picture a typical scene we would all like to be in: coves lapped by turquoise sea in the heart of the Mediterranean and surrounded by Mediterranean forests where time stands still. ...
From Seville to Gijón, going through heritage cities like Mérida, Salamanca, León and Astorga. This is the route of the historic Roman road which ran between northern and southern Spain, one of the most important on the Iberian Peninsula at that time. ...
Would you like to travel comfortably by train between Madrid and Valencia in just 100 minutes? And between Madrid and Barcelona in two and a half hours? You can do so thanks to Spain's extensive network of high-speed trains (AVE). ...
From the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela, the French Way passes through the regions of Aragón, Navarre, La Rioja, Castile and Leon, and Galicia on a route followed by over 150,000 pilgrims every year. ...
The Cantabrian Sea and the nature of northern Spain are the stars of the Northern Way, which reaches Santiago de Compostela through the regions of the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, and Galicia. ...
The Primitive Way is very similar to the original route of the Way of Saint James (Camino de Santiago), which began in the 9th century with the discovery of the tomb of Saint James the Apostle and the devotion of King Alfonso II, who made a pilgrimage.