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1. Bookmarks: 0 Poker in Spain - will it hold or fold? An insight into whether online poker in spain will take hold
2. Bookmarks: 0 What To Do And See In Murcia, Spain Murcia is the beautiful city that is the capital of a region of the same name. Located near Torrevieja on the Segura river in the southeastern section of Spain, it is located near a plain that provides a perfect environment for vegetable growing, so much so that the city is known as the market garden of Murcia.There is so much to see and do in this city, that we can only touch upon a few here. One of its most famous landmarks is the Cathedral of the Diocese of Cartagena-M...
3. Bookmarks: 0 Travel to Madrid: Europe's Eldest Infant Madrid may have been full of life by 1200 A.D. but it was not until 1979 that the capital city of Spain held its first free and democratic elections.
4. Bookmarks: 0 Top Pick Holidays In Spain There are many different types of vacations and holidays a couple, family or individual travelling alone can take. All may be equally enjoyable as long as they take into account the preferences of the traveler. Destinations around the world may offer beach front accommodations or city skyscrapers with a view, but a holiday in Spain is one place that you can get both, and not even have to leave the region.City or Sea?Spain is filled with old cities rich in art, culture...
5. Bookmarks: 0 Spains Catalonia A short description on Catalonia, Spain and its regions.
6. Bookmarks: 0 Shopping in Spain is an adventure Shopping in Spain offers a delightful contrast to some other cities in Europe. The pace is more relaxed, the shopkeepers friendlier, and the range of good excellent. Here's a look at the shopping scene in Barcelona and Madrid.
7. Bookmarks: 0 Shopping In Spain If you think Spain is just a place to pick up a flamenco guitar or a straw hat you're in for a pleasant surprise. Whether you're at one of the open-air markets or upper-end shops in Barcelona and Madrid, shopping is always an adventure. Here's a look at the shopping scene in Barcelona and Madrid.
8. Bookmarks: 0 Relaxation And Sightseeing In Spain There’s a ton of things to see when sightseeing in Murcia Spain. The city, which shares the same name as the province, is also the capital. Your trip will likely begin as you fly into Alicante Airport or even San Javier, of which both are located right outside of the city. Though Alicante is the furthest away of the two, it’s actually a larger and busier airport. This may help you get a better price on your flight. You’re definitely best of getting around the city wit...
9. Bookmarks: 0 Murcia, Spain Is An Exciting City To Visit Murcia, Spain is an exciting city to visit because there are so many things to see and do. The city of Murcia is the capital of the province by the same name. You can fly into Alicante airport or into San Javier airport. San Javier is just outside of Murcia, but it is a smaller airport and therefore may not have as frequent a flight schedule. Flights into Alicante are frequently offered at a discount since there is so much travel to it. In Murcia, you will want to rent a ...
10. Bookmarks: 0 History And Culture In The Costa Del Sol The Costa del Sol is one of Spain’s most popular locations along its coast and stretches along the Malaga province. Malaga is the capital city of this area in Spain’s Andalucian region and, unique to Malaga, is its high concentration of history in one small area. Whatever direction you travel in the city, you will find ruins, art and history dating back hundreds of years. Your culture experience does not need to end once the sun goes down, though. Thanks to this Mediterranean...
11. Bookmarks: 0 Overview of Spain for Travelers A land of romance and exotic tastes, Spain is a place to be taken in with great gulps. If you are planning a trip, here is an overview of the country.
12. Bookmarks: 0 Where Is Spain On The Map? A good, detailed map of Spain provides the viewer with a quick image of where Spain lies in relation to the region and the entire world. Spain is part of Europe and is located in the southwestern part of the continent at forty degrees north and four degrees west. It is not a large country totaling 504,782 square kilometers. Comparing it to the United States, it is only a little more than twice the size of Oregon. Spain also includes the two autonomous cities of Melilla and Ce...
13. Bookmarks: 0 What To Do On The Costa Brava Barcelona is the capital of Catalunya, one of the richest and most fiercely independent regions in Spain. Catalan people speak their own language and many do not believe themselves to be Spanish. The golden age of Catalunya was around the twelfth to fourteenth centuries, when Barcelona was the centre of the great seafaring empire of Aragon. In addition to Barcelona, Catalunya is made up of the cities of Lleida, Girona and Tarragona, and the long Costa Brava, stretching from t...
14. Bookmarks: 0 The beautiful Andorra la Vella Andorra la Vella is a very attractive destination situated in the east side of the Pyrenees, next to Spain and France.
15. Bookmarks: 0 The Beaches Of Costa Brava Spain For The Family Barcelona has a long beautiful history left behind by not only the Roman Times but also by the Arabs that had once inhabited the region. Barcelona is located on the Iberian Peninsula. Within this Peninsula lay the cities of Girona, Tarragona, Lleida, as well as Barcelona itself. The region that these cities combined make up is call Catalunya, which gives Spain a beautiful shore line that goes half way down the Mediterranean at the community of Valencia from the beginning at t...
16. Bookmarks: 0 Spain: Bullfights And Sangria A cocktail of bullfighting, flamenco and sangria, Spain is a country blessed with rich history and culture. Add beautiful beaches and warm climate, and it’s evident why Spain is the world’s second most visited country.The demise of Franco opened Spain to a curious world. A booming tourist industry allowed the country to grow, revealing its history and way of life to an interested planet.Each town revels in its individual brand of architecture, none more so than Barcel...
17. Bookmarks: 0 Spain's Coastal City Of Alicante Could Be The Vacation For You The coastline of Spain offers numerous cities for tourists to enjoy, including Denia, Alicante and Benidorm. Denia is one of the most visited cities in Spain with its castle as a central tourist attraction and with much history behind it. The city of Denia is located next to the Montgo Mountains. The castle was once an Arab garrison situated on the Mediterranean Sea. The Arabs remained in this area the longest, though the Greeks are known to be the first to settle in Denia, p...
18. Bookmarks: 0 Discovering Spain With A Detailed Map A detailed map of Spain is important when planning a vacation, especially if you plan to explore or take a tour of the country. A good map provides an idea of the layout of the country and its various regions and larger cities which can help you decide where you want to spend your vacation, whether by the beach, in the countryside or in a fast-paced, larger city atmosphere. A map is also useful if you are taking a tour of Spain, though a detailed map may be provided if yo...
19. Bookmarks: 0 Day Trips In Costablanca If you’re planning a trip to Costa Blanca, sometimes referred to as “Costablanca”, you’re in good company. This area on the eastern coast of Spain is a popular tourist destination because of its great weather, sandy beaches and wide range of available activities. Costa Blanca runs along the Mediterranean, from the mountain town of Denia, down through Benidorm, one of the most popular resort areas in Spain, and continues down to Torreviejo. The coastline is dotted with ...
20. Bookmarks: 0 Costablanca: Too Much Fun, Not Enough Time The Costa Blanca, one of the most popular tourist areas in Spain, is perfectly situated along the Mediterranean Sea. Northern Costa Blanca begins at the base of the mountains in Denia ad Javea while the southern part is near Torrevieja. The Costa Blanca’s beautiful weather, beaches and surroundings attract millions of visitors each year. Not surprisingly, the summer is its busiest tourist season but the weather in the Costablanca region is favorable all year round. Most v...
21. Bookmarks: 0 A visit to Ronda, Malaga and Nerja, Spain A day trip to Ronda, Malaga and Nerja, Spain
22. Bookmarks: 0 What To See And Do While In Spain Spain has become a well-known vacation choice for individuals and families. Interesting and popular Spain attractions can be found in its smaller towns, large cities and beautiful countryside. Galleries, museums, old castles and fortresses provide all travelers a great sightseeing occasion to gain knowledge about Spain’s past and unique cultures of its seventeen regions. The capital of Spain, Madrid, as well as Barcelona and Seville are some of the most popular large citi...
23. Bookmarks: 0 Top Travel Destinations In Spain Spain is a tourists’ attraction and a popular travel destination favorite. It is a very popular country for tourist in Europe, with travelers flocking in to sample great food, friendly and fun locals, unique lifestyle, and not to mention the numerous tourists’ attractions such as beaches, historical sites, and breathtaking country sides. And with its excellent weather all year round, your perfect travel in Spain can offer you the once-in-a-lifetime vacation travel. Here are s...
24. Bookmarks: 0 Great Sights in Spain When traveling to Spain, be ready to gratify in a diversity of culture and traditions. With its many regions, each with its diverse authority and ways of doing things, travelers to Spain will be certain be treated to a plethora of picturesque sights, sounds and experiences
25. Bookmarks: 0 Five-star Hotels In Barcelona, Spain: A Discriminating Traveler's Home Away From Home Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is one of the largest cities in Spain. It is second only to Madrid and is one of the most influential European cities. It enjoys a globally acknowledged trendsetting image. Additionally, it has a very diverse art and cultural scene. So, when you're in a city as steeped in tradition and culture as Barcelona, why settle for anything less than the best? Start your vacation with a classy and extravagant bang by staying at the five-star hot...
26. Bookmarks: 0 Enjoy Both The Beach And City In Spain Many different vacations or holidays are available to satisfy every kind of traveler, whether single, a couple or with a family. The vacations can be enjoyable for everyone if you take into account the preferences of the traveler. There are many destinations around the world where you can find accommodations on the beach or a city skyscraper for a beautiful view. You can, surely, find such accommodations anywhere but Spain is one place that offers both. Spending your holiday...
27. Bookmarks: 0 Cheap Flight To Spain Cheap Flight To Spain: The Must-See Places in SpainVisiting Spain provides many opportunities for visitors and tourists. Since the country is blessed with so many landmarks, travelers could not just leave without taking a leg to the must see places there are in Spain. Madrid is a paradise for art lovers. Explore the city’s three superb art museums. The Prado has one of the most remarkable art collections in the world. The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia focuses ...
28. Bookmarks: 0 Ten Essential Things To Do When You Visit Barcelona Barcelona is such a breathtaking city. If you are planning to target European cities as a vacation spot, Catalonia’s capital and Spain’s second largest city should be on the top of your visit list. Here, you have numerous beautiful places to see and explore and you will have a lot of activities to engage in to make the trip worth your while.During your stay in this beautiful city, don’t miss out on visiting some of Antonio Gaudi’s world famous creations like the Sagrada...
29. Bookmarks: 0 Morocco Property Buyers Guide Morocco sits just 14 kilometers from the shores of Southern Spain and is very easily accessible. Its progressive government is making Morocco a truly viable place in which to own property.
30. Bookmarks: 0 Buying Property in Spain - Glossary Buying Property in SpainAlthough any expatriate intending to buy property in Spain would be advised to use the professional services of an estate agent and a translator and must legalise the transaction before a Public Notary, the following glossary of terms commonly used either to describe properties in Spain or during the transaction process is a useful aid for non-Spanish speakers.
31. Bookmarks: 0 New Airport Boost For Andorra Once a poor European country with no real economy, Andorra has been transformed in the past forty years to a vibrant independent State, sought after by the wealthy for her tax haven status, and skiers for her ski runs that match the best in Europe for facilities and ski holidays infrastructure.The one drawback that Andorra has had is the distance from a major airport, two and a half hours drive to Barcelona in Spain or Toulouse in France, with some ski holidays starting w...
32. Bookmarks: 0 Food And Accommodations - All About Spain Learning all about Spain is the best way to plan and enjoy your vacation. Spain is a diverse country in terms of culture and geography. The geography consists of lush meadows, snow covered mountains, beaches and desert areas. There is something for everyone in this country.Spanish cities offer historical sites, cultural regions, night life and beaches. There are hundreds of cities to choose from for your trip. Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city that is well known for its am...
33. Bookmarks: 0 Tips On The City Of Malaga In Spain This Malaga city overview will help you plan your vacation. There is a lot to do in this city. Malaga is home to several museums allowing you to enjoy the history, art and culture of the area. The market area and the surrounding area is a great place for shopping, eating and enjoying the night life in the city. Become familiar with the attractions to help you create an itinerary for your vacation.Malaga is the second largest city in Andalucia. It is located on the Costa d...
34. Bookmarks: 0 The Seville region of Spain A look at Seville, the capital region of Andalucia
35. Bookmarks: 0 A brief guide to Andalucia, Spain A brief guide to the beautiful region of Andalucia in Spain.
36. Bookmarks: 0 What To See In Murcia, Spain Murcia is the capital city of the Spain’s Murcia region and, clearly, also the name of the region. The city of Murcia is located on the Segura River in the south-eastern part of Spain. It was built near an area of valleys surrounded by mountains, known as the market garden of Murcia. It shares the coastline with nearby Torrevieja, Spain, another popular tourist destination along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. In addition to the nearby beaches, there is a lot to see...
37. Bookmarks: 0 Travel to Barcelona: A Country within a Country The distinctive regional culture of Barcelona is largely due to geography and a plentitude of national pride and elitism. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, one of Spain's 17 semi-autonomous states. The regional language is Catalan, along with the national language of Castilian Spanish.
38. Bookmarks: 0 Travelling Around Murcia Spain The Autonomous Province of Murcia in Spain is easily found on the map because it touches borderlines with Alicante on the Costa Blanca passing through Torrevieja and you will know that you are in the region of Murcia because you will be surprised by the beautiful scenery of the salt swamps at San Pedro del Pinatar. Its capital city has the same name as the province and within its boundaries, it has a sea or lagoon called the Mar Menor ( or small sea) separated from the Medite...
39. Bookmarks: 0 Traveling to Barcelona! When you type the website name on your address bar, a simple yet classy homepage of the website unfurls right before your eyes. Designed tastefully, the homepage presents a vivid picturesque of one of the most beautiful must-visit places in the world, Barcelona, located in Spain.
40. Bookmarks: 0 Traveling to Barcelona When you type the website name on your address bar, a simple yet classy homepage of the website unfurls right before your eyes. Designed tastefully, the homepage presents a vivid picturesque of one of the most beautiful must-visit places in the world, Barcelona, located in Spain
41. Bookmarks: 0 To Bilbao Or Not To Bilbao, Means Of Transport Is The Question. This time of year Spain becomes a Mecca for British tourists trying to flee the country and get a tan, and whilst some football fans are currently postponing their holiday until after the world cup finishes, now is an ideal time to get away.Bilbao in the Northern region of the country is the political capital of the nationalistic Basque people who inhabit Spain’s three northern Euskadi provinces. While not being a traditionally beautiful city, its main strength is that it...
42. Bookmarks: 0 Things To See And Do In Spain Spain has become one of the most popular vacation destinations, both for Europeans and people from other parts of the world. The reasons are clear: there are so many attractions in Spain, both in large cities and in small villages, that it is a perfect sightseeing destination.The large cities of Spain draw a large tourist following. Typically Spanish attractions abound in these cities. In Barcelona, close to the French border, you can see the influence of the Romans, the...
43. Bookmarks: 0 Spanish Fiestas Make Your Trip Complete Planning on visiting Spain? Whatever else you want to do, you should make sure you attend at least one fiesta. There are several traditional festivals held in Spain throughout the year, celebrating different events, and the joy and excitement involved will stay with you for a long time to come. Below we list just a few.• Travel Spain: SanferminesThis event is more commonly known by its English title: the Running of the Bulls. The Festival of San Fermin in Pamplona s...
44. Bookmarks: 0 Popular Spain Attractions In Large Cities Spain is a popular destination for tourists from all over Europe and around the world. There are many Spain attractions in larger cities and small villages throughout the country. Museums, palaces and old churches give the traveller an opportunity to learn about the history and culture of the various regions in the country.Popular Spain Attractions in Large CitiesBarcelona is located near the border of Spain and France. In this city, you can see a mixture of the vario...
45. Bookmarks: 0 Nightlife Guide: Madrid The nightlife in Madrid is the real reason the city is so popular with young people. During the day the city can be a little dry- with all the museums, parks, etc. Most nightlife gets going really late compared to that in the States. Here are a couple recommendations:Go to a Flamenco dinner showA Flamenco dinner show is a great cultural nighttime option. If you are traveling to the South of Spain, particularly Granada or Seville, it’s best to find a Flamenco show in t...
46. Bookmarks: 0 Luxury Hotel In Spain We hope that this article is informative for those seeking a luxury hotel in Andalucia in Southern Spain. The hotels that we have stayed at in Andalucia in Southern Spain are similar to the exclusive country house hotels that we have stayed at in England-all offering a personal and professional service of the highest standard.HOTEL CORTIJO SOTO REALHotel Cortijo Soto Real, set in 1,000 acres, is located between Jerez and Seville several miles from the A4 in the middle...
47. Bookmarks: 0 Learn More About Malaga With A City Overview If you are planning a vacation in the wonderful Spanish city of Malaga, you will find that there is plenty to entertain you throughout your time in this area. This Malaga city overview will provide you with an array of information relating to the history, culture, sights, attractions, and entertainment on offer in this destination, as well as some more general information about Malaga. Popular with tourists from Europe, this city is located in a popular part of Spain, and is ...
48. Bookmarks: 0 Hidden Gems In The Costa Del Sol Malaga, Spain is a wealth of historical and cultural knowledge for tourists. As the capital of Costa del Sol, or the “Sun Coast”, Malaga lies on the southern coast of Spain and has a lot to offer the casual traveler and history buff alike. Not only will it take you back in time when you visit some of the most important structures in Spanish history, it also brings you into the present day, with its wide variety of shops and markets. Most of the attractions are within walki...
49. Bookmarks: 0 Great Holiday Destination, Madrid Plan city breaks in Madrid the capital of Spain and one of the hot destination for city breaks or holidays. Madrid is the capital and the largest city in Spain, located on the river Manzanares in the center of the country. Madrid has been presented with a degree of cultural prevalence.
50. Bookmarks: 0 Enjoy A Vacation In The Benidorm Area In Spain If you’re spending your holidays in Benidorm Spain, you’ll be at the most popular tourist resort on Costa Blanca. Whether you’re looking for entertainment that’s low-key and subdued or you’d rather be wild and crazy, you’ll find activities to suit your mood. Things to DoOnce you arrive at the airport in Alicante, you’ll drive about an hour until you get to the excitement capital of Costa Blanca. Choose from theme parks, beaches, nature tours, golfing and w...
51. Bookmarks: 0 Congratulations Valencia Spain For many years, Valencia Spain has been struggling to be recognized as the third most important city after Madrid, its capital and Barcelona. It has long been notorious for its Valencia Fallas Festival but now, after having been chosen for the Americas Cup host city and having opened its latest building in the impressive ‘City of the Arts and Sciences’, Valencia is becoming well-known world-wide. Sail along with Valencia Spain On November 26th, 2003, Valencia was proc...
52. Bookmarks: 0 A Country Within A Country: Travel To Barcelona The distinctive regional culture of Barcelona is largely due to geography and a plentitude of national pride and elitism. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, one of Spain's 17 semi-autonomous states. The regional language is Catalan, along with the national language of Castilian Spanish. There has long been pressure from the Catalonian government and nationalists to earn complete autonomy from Spain. Consequently, the exclusive culture can be difficult to adjust to and the...
53. Bookmarks: 0 An Overview Of The Popular Malaga, Spain If you are planning a vacation to Malaga, Spain, you will find that there is plenty to do, see and enjoy during your stay. This Malaga city overview will give you information on the city’s history, culture, entertainment and attractions. As the capital city of the Costa del Sol, Malaga is a very popular part of Spain and especially popular with tourist form Europe. It is the ideal vacation destination offering great weather, beautiful surroundings and a lively atmosphere. You...
54. Bookmarks: 0 The Fascinating History of Sugar in Europe Did you know that a little known town called, Motril, in the Costa Tropical region of Andalucia, Spain was once the capital of sugar for Europe?
55. Bookmarks: 1 Spain's capital Madrid Madrid is the capital of Spain and of Madrid province. It lies in central Spain on the Manzanares River and is almost in the exact geographic centre of the country. It is the focus of its own autonomous region.
56. Bookmarks: 0 A visit to the main resorts of Valenica and Catalonia, Spain A short trip to Barcelona, Valencia and Gandia as you travel south along the Costa del Azahar, Spain.
57. Bookmarks: 1 10 Must-Dos When In Barcelona High spirits and vitality govern in abundance when in Barcelona. This infectious capital of Catalonia, and second largest city in Spain, exudes soul and energy, living life to the full. Barcelona’s verve is matched by its magnificent architecture, characterised by one man’s signature, Antonio Gaudi.1. Las RamblasRunning from seafront through to Placa de Catalunya, Las Ramblas is a fusion of market stalls and street entertainment. Watch out for the mime artists, though...
58. Bookmarks: 0 Spain Casinos The beauty and majesty of Spain's coastlines and cities have drawn in visitors from around the world for decades. Spain has an interesting culture and many great places to learn about Spanish history and society. However, tourists need a place to go when they aren't on walking tours or taking in the scenic beauty of Spanish cities. Spanish casinos and gaming facilities offer vibrant music and entertainment, fine dining and spirits, and some of the best gaming in the world. Wi...
59. Bookmarks: 0 Madrid: Lodging, History And The Plaza Mayor The Plaza Mayor in Madrid, Spain is still one of the city’s main tourist sites. Despite being victim to several fires throughout the years, the Plaza Mayor retains its appeal. This plaza is one of the best places in this capital city to relax and observe a unique blend of residents and tourists. Though there are so many attractions, tours and beautiful beaches to visit in Spain, a visit to Madrid and its Plaza Mayor should be on the list of attractions. The Plaza Mayor ha...
60. Bookmarks: 0 Great Places To Stay In Barcelona A most populous and the capital city of Catalonia – Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and the major economic center. It is one of the most lively and elegant cities in the world. The city has much more to see and offer from the historical buildings to skyscrapers, beaches, parks and museums bars, restaurant and typical Catalan dishes. The city has the honor of having the second largest airport in Spain.Barcelona has a very strong historical background. It is s...
61. Bookmarks: 0 Arriving In Allicante And At The Costa Blanca Murcia is easy to locate on a map of Spain. This is because of its proximity to the Costa Blanca as well as the association that it has with the salt swamps in the area. Its capital city has the same name as the province and within its boundaries, there is a lagoon called the Mar Menor (or small sea) separated from the Mediterranean by the Manga, a stretch of land which looks like a sleeve and is sandy. Next the land curves around a peak and the important city of Cartagena c...
62. Bookmarks: 0 5 Best Party Beaches In The World The idea of partying on the beach is universally appealing, conjuring up images of dancing from sunset to sunrise on golden sands, with bonfires, great music, crashing waves and cocktails in the mix.From Ibiza to Miami, there are as many types of beach parties as there are party-people looking for a good time. From down and dirty dancing to celebrity-spotting socializing, read on for the 5 best party beaches in the world!IBIZA, SPAINThe name Ibiza has been synonym...
63. Bookmarks: 0 Visiting Murcia, Spain’s University City The capital of the Costa Calida is Murcia, Spain located south of Alicate along the Mediterranean Sea. It has been named the “University City.” Over 30,000 students attend its university at any given time, but the city offers much more than just the university. This typical Spanish city blends the past with the modern day and has many points of interest for both tourists and locals. You can best reach the city by the Murcia-San Javier Airport in San Javier, approximately seve...
64. Bookmarks: 0 Understanding A Detailed Map Of Spain A good, detailed map of Spain is one that gives you a quick visual image that creates a picture and orientates you to exactly where Spain lies. Also, maps can provide a lot more information if you study their legends and understand how the area you are viewing relates to the rest of the region and its place in the world.Where on the Globe is Spain?Spain is located at 40 degrees north and 4 degrees west. It is a part of Europe and makes up the south western part of th...
65. Bookmarks: 0 Traveling In Spain The first thing to do after you’ve decided to vacation in Spain is to get a map of the area. If you’re not sure of where to go, or if you’d like to plan your itinerary, a detailed map of Spain is invaluable. It will help you schedule your day trips and calculate driving times, making for a more enjoyable vacation.If you’re starting in the north, you’ll find a variety of coastal resorts and sleepy fishing villages, each with a different ambiance. The Pyrenees Mountai...
66. Bookmarks: 0 Towns of south eastern Spain A short visit to some of the towns of along the south eastern part of Spain
67. Bookmarks: 0 Towns of southern Costa Blanca A brief travel guide to the towns of the southern Costa Blanca, Spain.
68. Bookmarks: 0 San Sebastian Tours San Sebastian also known as Donostia-San Sebastian is the capital province of Gipuzkoa in the basque country, Spain. Surrounded by beaches this place is blessed with pristine beauty located on the Basque coast of northwest Spain 20 km away from the French border. Strolling on the La Concha beach, the most famous and usually packed in July and August with large number of tourists is simply amazing. It is larger on the west side with an island and boats in the bay. Those people...
69. Bookmarks: 0 Off the beaten track in Spain A short description of some of the lesser known regions of Spain.
70. Bookmarks: 0 Know The Geography Of Spain A detailed map of Spain will come in handy when it’s time to plan your vacation. You can get a quick overview of the geography and topography, and help you orient yourself to the important cities and landmarks within the country. You can also get a feel for where Spain lies in relation to the rest of Europe and the world.Where in the World?Spain is at the southwest part of Europe. In comparison, Spain is just over two times the size of the state of Oregon in the US...
71. Bookmarks: 0 Denia In Spain And Its Enchantments Denia, on the Costa Blanca of Spain has always been strategically located on the skirt of the Montgo hills, dominated by a castle which was once an Arab fortress, right on the Mediterranean Sea. Dianium was its first name given to it by the Romans owing to the fact that there was a temple nearby which had been dedicated to Diana. The Greeks seem to be the first tourists in 6 B.C. and staying for a while because of its climate, very similar to that of Greece, giving it the nam...
72. Bookmarks: 0 Areas On A Detailed Map Of Spain A detailed map of Spain is important when you are planning a vacation. A good map will give you an idea of the layout of the country. This will help you decide where you want to spend your vacation. If you plan to visit a few cities, this will help you plan your itinerary. Areas on a Detailed Map of SpainIn the northern part of the country, there are coastal resorts and quaint fishing villages. These will give you a taste of authentic Spanish life in a small village. ...
73. Bookmarks: 0 All About Costa Calidas Murcia The capital of the Costa Calida is Murcia, Spain. It is here that the old is blended with the contemporary. A typical Spanish city, Murcia has many points of interest for locals and tourists alike. It is a college town with over 30,000 students attending its university at any given time. Thus, Murcia has earned the nickname “University City.”Among the places to visit in Murcia are museums, cathedrals and churches, and the university itself. Getting there is easy too. Once...
74. Bookmarks: 0 Eclectic Barcelona – What a Blast Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in Europe. From a general liveliness to museums to attractions, Barcelona has it all and definite eclectic flare.
75. Bookmarks: 0 Spanish Dialects A dialect is defined in linguistic terms as a language variety which is spoken in a specific territory. In the Spanish peninsula, for example, there are different dialects of Spanish. One should not, however, mix up the different dialects in Spain with the different languages spoken in the Peninsula: Spanish, Catalan, Basque and Galician.The existence of dialects is a natural consequence of the dynamism of languages. For example, throughout its evolution, Spanish has adop...
76. Bookmarks: 0 Holidaying in Spain:Madrid and Barcelona Spain, storied land of Don Quixote, is blessed with a delightful climate, relaxed people and a culture that makes wining and dining an art form.
77. Bookmarks: 0 Flag of Mexico - Dia de la Bandera The Flag of Mexico is rich with historic symbolism. The tricolors of green, white and red with the coat-of-arms centered in the white middle stripe were adopted by Mexico following their independence from Spain during the War of Independence in 1821.
78. Bookmarks: 0 Barcelona, Spain's Rebel City Barcelona is a town with a history that like a good Catalan red wine is both rich and dark. Plundered, conquered, nearly destroyed and under siege for much of its life, it comes as no surprise that Barcelona is also a city with a particular penchant for civil rights and freedom.
79. Bookmarks: 3 My Second Interview: Karla Darocas - Expatriate Canuck In Spain! As you will probably know by now, I have a real fascination for everything Spanish (my article on Hispanophilia will attest to that), so I headed over to Spain twice last year. On my second trip where I visited places such as Barcelona, Tarragona, Valencia, Montserrat and Ibiza, I also spent a couple of days on the Costa Blanca, the most easterly part of Spain that sticks out into the Mediterranean.My friend and Internet mentor David had linked me up with one of his close...
80. Bookmarks: 0 The Secrets Of Andalucia – The Axarquia The Axarquia, on the easternmost part of the Costa del Sol, is situated next to Malaga, the capital of the Costa del Sol and its seaport and airport, which are amongst the busiest in Spain. The city is also well-connected with the rest of Spain by road, thanks to the modern communication network. All of it makes the whole area an ideal welcoming place for quality tourism that look for something other than sun, sea and sand. A type of tourism that looks for history, for legend...
81. Bookmarks: 0 The Routes Of The Legacy Of Al-Andalus For almost eight centuries, the Iberian Peninsula lived one of its most privileged moments, not only with regard to Spain, but also to Europe as a whole: the age of Moslem Spain, which the Arabs called Bilad al-Andalus.The mixture of races, religions and cultures gave rise to a brilliant civilization, where both the Arts and Science flourished. Silks, objects of art produced in ivory, bronze and marble, ceramic tiling, the creation of a subtle architectural style and lumi...
82. Bookmarks: 0 Forget Hotels-A New Twist On An Old City-Barcelona If you always find it a chore to find a hotel when you travel, especially to a large city such as Barcelona, this article will be of great interest to you. There is a great solution to finding flights, transportation, hotels and even a stay in a wonderful theme park, from the moment you arrive in Barcelona, if you read on.Barcelona, Spain has a wide variety of lodging options to offer the traveler. These can range from top five star hotels to camp sites, and everything in...
83. Bookmarks: 0 A New Idea For Barcelona Hotels Choosing a hotel, especially in a large city like Barcelona can be a gigantic headache. But if you read on, this article can give you a wonderful solution for flights, transport, hotel and a marvellous stay at the leading theme park from the time you step foot off the plane at the Barcelona airport. There are many kinds of accomodations for everyone’s holiday stay in Barcelona, Spain like hotels ranging from five to three stars, hostels, youth hostels, campings and apartments...
84. Bookmarks: 0 Amazing Portugal The western part of the Iberian Peninsula, the part bathed by the Atlantic Ocean is the traditional country of Portugal. Long ago, the territory between the northern part of Portugal and Spain were not very well defined and the cultural aspects were very similar. But then the Castrena culture made its first appearance with grass thatched huts in a round formation in the north and then the Romans took over, separating the two territories. From the beginning of the 5th century ...
85. Bookmarks: 0 What To See In Barcelona (It's Not Just Gaudi) The first thing to remember when you visit Barcelona, Spain is your camera. This beautiful city is full of photo opportunities and you can put together wonderful albums to share with friends and relatives, as well as make a wonderful keepsake for yourself. If you are the artsy type, you can make beautiful photo compositions of the sites of Barcelona.The next thing on your Barcelona list is a good map. Get a map that shows all of the tourist destinations such as museums,ar...
86. Bookmarks: 0 The Chocolate Ice Cream, The Hero, The Insight And The Human's 'Being' When the insight hit me last week I happened to be ordering ice cream for my daughter.There we were, in Spain, by the sea front, enjoying the sun, having fun, buying a chocolate cone and not really looking for or expecting any special insights into life. But sometimes that's the way it happens. And it did happen.Earlier in the week I'd been in a similar situation - speaking broken Spanish to a Spaniard who was speaking back to me in very broken English and using body ...
87. Bookmarks: 0 Learn The Spanish Language In Spain If you intend to spend a lot of time in Spain, whether by living there or frequent, lengthy stays, you will want to learn Spanish. For short visits, a few phrases may be sufficient but not for a longer stay and, especially, if you are living in the country. It is difficult to live in the country without speaking and understanding the language, which will help you adapt much faster.There are quite a few options available today for learning Spanish, and you will need to fin...
88. Bookmarks: 5 The Healthier Side of Life The article talks about the basics of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. It provides information on how doctors and therapists act on the said eating disorder, from the US to Spain. By the use of CBT in the treatment for bulimia, this can help eliminate the cause rather than the symptom of the disorder itself.
89. Bookmarks: 0 Travel To Spain For Language Immersion Programs Learning to speak Spanish is very beneficial today, particularly if you will be spending time in Spanish speaking countries whether for business or pleasure. One of the most convenient ways is learning Spanish online. There are several method options available, and many online programs allow you to learn without ever leaving your home. The money spent and time invested will be well worth it. Speaking Spanish can also give you an advantage in the job market since often prospec...
90. Bookmarks: 0 Business Apartment Rentals Spain Tips on how to choose a good business apartment rental company in Spain – what to ask for and what to avoid.
91. Bookmarks: 0 Online bingo and poker in Spain Online bingo and poker in Spain; an insight into recent player increases and game lauches.
92. Bookmarks: 28 Nokia Siemens Ready For Converged Future Barcelona, Spain _ The future Nokia Siemens Networks last week unveiled its branding and logo and held its first combined media event in a signal that the latest merger in the telecom world is on track for its close in the first quarter.The merger of the network divisions of Nokia and Siemens follows the tie-ups between major vendors Alcatel and Lucent as well as Ericsson and Marconi.Nokia Siemens CEO-designate, Simon Beresford-Wylie, announced at the 3GSM World Congr...
93. Bookmarks: 0 The Valencia Spain Fallas Nowadays Spain and especially Valencia is filled with tradition, and Las Fallas is the most popular and outstanding tradition in this marvellous city. It is a festival where everyone can participate whether you are from the local land, a foreigner who has chosen to spend some time there or an intentional tourist who has planned to visit the city on purpose to find out what emotions can be lived. Satire and gaiety are two very important concepts that you must keep in mind along with go...
94. Bookmarks: 0 Looking for Work in Spain According to EU law, any trade or professional qualification that has been awarded in the EU will be recognised in Spain.
95. Bookmarks: 0 Bulgaria - like Spain 30 years ago…..? Before one of my recent trips to Bulgaria, I was surfing the net for information about the country in general. I came across a line on a property website that claimed “Bulgaria is like Spain 30 years ago”. It set me thinking………
96. Bookmarks: 0 Spanish Galicia Galicia is one of the 19 autonomous regions of Spain. It lies on the Atlantic Ocean, north of Portugal and south of the Bay of Biscay in the northwest of the country. It is made up of the four provinces; A Coruna, Lugo, Ourense, and Pontevedra
97. Bookmarks: 0 Getting Planning Permission in Spain So, you’ve conquered the buying off plan challenge and now you’re contemplating your next project. Perhaps you have thought about buying a piece of land and designing your dream home yourself?
98. Bookmarks: 0 Spain Is The Perfect Golf Retreat If you are a golf enthusiast than golf in Spain will be your perfect idea of a vacation. Spain is full of golf resorts all over the country, so you are sure to find something to suit your needs and your families needs. You can visit Costa del Sol or Costa Blanca so you can enjoy the great golf resorts, while your family enjoys the luxurious beaches and shopping. There are new resorts constantly being built so you’ll have something new to choose from each year. One of ...
99. Bookmarks: 0 Spain Golf Vacation There are many options when it comes to golf in Spain. In the warmer areas there are plenty of places to golf especially for the holidays near the coast. There have been many resorts and courses that have been established in the areas near the coast. Make Your Plans For Your TripCosta del Sol is a wonderful place for golfing not only in Spain but in most of Europe as well. There are many new courses that have been developed as well as different places to stay while ...
100. Bookmarks: 0 Re-shaping the Women of Spain As more and more foreigners invest in Spanish real estate, along with the monetary influx comes an unfamiliar metropolitan lifestyle and attitude especially in respect to the traditional defining role of Spanish women. This timely article takes a brief look at the forces shaping the life of Spanish women

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