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5 Days in Barcelona: The Ultimate City Itinerary

Updated: 18 May 2024 So, you’re planning a beautiful adventure in Spain and have 5 days in Barcelona coming up. Perfect! You’re making the right decision as far as length of time is concerned. I seriously could’ve stayed in Barcelona for weeks on end.  All in all, 5 days in Barcelona leaves plenty of time […]

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Solo Travel in Barcelona: Everything You Need to Know

Updated: 18 April 2024 Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in the entire world. I mean, how could you not fall immediately in love with the Mediterranean Sea, Modernista architecture on every corner, tangled streets of the Gothic Quarter, adorable shops and squares in Gracia, and amazing food and wine?  I mean, yeeeeeah, it’s very […]

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Solo Travel Granada Spain: Everything You Need to Know

As a solo traveler, certain cities have mentally “stuck” with me throughout the years. And not just because of famous sites either. Perhaps I met some wonderful people, or devoured a spectacular meal, or even had a funny story about getting lost or enjoyed a cute interaction with a local. For good reason, Granada is […]

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What to Do in Barcelona in Spring

Spring is a wonderful time to travel to Spain. You’ll have more temperate weather than the heat of summer, yet at the same time, major tourist attractions start staying open later in the day. Honestly, there is a lot to love about Spain. I could visit Spain every single spring season and never get tired of […]

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The Ultimate Southern Spain Itinerary 7 Days

Andalusia is a region that immediately springs to mind when people think of quintessential Spain. Hot weather. Flamenco dancers. White-washed villages. Palm trees. Intricate Moorish architecture. Orange trees. Andalusia is, without a doubt, vibrant and rich and beautiful; Andalusia stole my heart and truly made me feel as if I’ve landed in Spain (even more-so than […]