Tag Archives: Spain

7 days in southern spain included seeing the floats at easter

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 […]

5 Reasons You Need to Visit Madrid in April

Updated: 19 January 2024 Are you planning on visiting Madrid in April? I’m so excited for you. I promise that you’ve picked an excellent city for your upcoming spring break. As for me, I went to Madrid in April a few years ago, and I absolutely fell in love with the Spanish capital city. I […]

2 days in seville itinerary: don't skip the alcazar

2 Days in Seville Itinerary: What to See and Do in a Weekend

Are you ready to spend a weekend in the sunniest, not to mention one of the most gorgeous and popular, cities in all of Spain? I hope so. With 2 days in Seville, you’ll find yourself entranced by this fascinating region (Andalusia) and planning your return visit before you even leave here for the airport. […]

is granada worth visiting? yes, for these views

Is Granada Spain Worth Visiting? My Honest Opinion

Spain is one of my all time favorite countries in the world. Anyone who regularly reads this blog already knows that I could talk about my love for Spain for hours. I would even move there if the timing made sense for me. Spain is just … well, it’s Spain. What’s not to love? Spain is […]

solo travel andalusia gardens

Solo Travel Andalusia Spain: Everything You Need to Know

Andalusia, a historically rich region in southern Spain, is one of the most magical places that I’ve ever visited in Europe. I am absolutely smitten, everyone. Smitten. After all, Andalusia is immediately what springs to mind when people think about a “once in a lifetime” trip to Spain. This region has it all. Flamenco. Festivals. […]