Tag Archives: Iberia



Dotted with skyscrapers in is down town area, surrounded by green mountains and kissed with a charm like no other place is. Being the vigorous service city it is, Bilbao is currently experiencing a huge […]

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Seville, or Sevilla, is one of the few cities on earth to have both looks and personality. Most other cities would only have one or the other. A city founded over 3000 years ago by […]

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Córdoba is, without a doubt, the star attraction of Andalusia. The pretty Moorish patios and glorious mosque alone makes it lay claim over that title. It was conquered by invading Islamic armies in the eighth […]

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San Sebastián

Astonishing as the landscape and cuisine are in San Sebastián, or Donostia, the hospitality of the people is what strikes the visitors the most. A small sized city with a beautiful bay and heavenly cuisine that […]

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Alfama is the oldest and arguably the most authentic district of Lisbon. It is nicely nestled between the Tagus river and São Jorge’s castle. The narrow streets, unmatched tiles, great food, nice people and the fado […]

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Many places we visit in this world leave an impression on us. Some would impress more than others but Barcelona is, by far, the place that would always leave a positive impression on its visitors […]

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Girona, a beautiful city carries the same name of a breathtaking province in the northeastern corner of Catalonia. If you want a real taste of Catalonia, then this province is for you. The weather is […]

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Madeira is a Portuguese archipelago in the north Atlantic Ocean. It is a very popular resort visited by many tourists all year round. Thanks to its nature and weather, it is possible to enjoy this […]

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Lisboa Mora Aqui

Never planned for this to be the 100th post but it seems like it is well earned. Lisboa has never failed to amaze me with its rich history, kind people, wonderful food and great architecture. […]

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Porto is the second largest city in Portugal after Lisbon. Home to the internationally famous port wine and a city centre which was registered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996 for being one […]

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Oceanário de Lisboa

Located on the exhibition ground of last century’s World Fair is this massive and beautiful Oceanarium in Lisbon. The Oceanarium itself resembles a docked oil rig from the outside, but on the inside it is […]

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Definitely one of the most impressive cities in Europe with its charming alleys, huge squares and friendly people. Lisbon is a hidden gem on the very western end of Europe overlooking the river Tagus on a very […]

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