Im from portugal and have a extended weekend because of the international holiday of 1st of may. I will have 4 days and was thinking about doing a roadtrip to Spain as I am from Portugal. I would love an idea as to a place you liked that you think it was good in a very crowded time of the year. I was one time on the 1st of May in Madrid and I found it too crowded. I would love a quiet and scenic roadtrip and favor that to the destination itself.
Ideas will be very welcome. Thanks!
nice to use this spot again for some tips about my next trip. I will it Spain, and Andalusia, from 8 to 16 May.
I have already rented a car, with my girlfriend, will hit Malaga (where we arrive), then Gibraltar, Cadiz, Seville for two days, Granada other two days and end the trip in Malaga again.
We are looking for some suggestion on the way, adventurous and hidden beaches. Nice spot where relax.
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We are flying into Madrid and plan on taking the train to Seville and not experienced with public transportation but always up for a new adventure. Is it easier to rent a car or take the bus plan on seeing Malaga, Granada and Cordoba. We are open and are sporting backpacks as luggage . A little advice Please.
I'm going to Spain and Portugal in November because it's how my finances worked out. The nice part is that I can be there for the whole month and into December. Unfortunately, I will be missing out on the longer days that the summer has to offer. My understanding is that the sun will set between 5:30-6:00PM and so I intend on going on day trips to the following cities, arriving at 12:00PM and departing at 6:00PM. That's 6 hours. Will this be enough time to get to explore the cities and…
We are going to visit Spain in June and July 2019. Can we travel and find good accommodation available in Spain at this time of the year without pre booking? Thank You in advance. Zamba.
I am currently working with a counselor on a plan to move and go back to school. I originally planned to stay in the US, but each city I visited either didn't work or I didn't love for one reason or another. So, I decided to start researching a move internationally (which is what my counselor thought I should do to begin with, but I ixnayed the idea because of all the variables that go with such a move). I have a little bit of experience with moving to another country as I moved to Paris…
I am looking to go to Spain (northern and southern) and Portugal in either June or November, when I have time off at work. It looks like June may be too hot but November may be too rainy, but I’ve been reading conflicting information so I was wondering if anyone with firsthand experience had any recommendations.
I saw a topic on another site about "ghost" tours in Toledo and it got me thinking about how much fun that might be for me and my 11-yr-old, We will spend the night in Toledo and would love an after dark tour. I found three tour companies who provide tours after dark, but unfortunately they are all in Spanish.
If you know of a local guide in Toledo, please pass along your recommendations. I'm hoping to deal directly with the guide, as I have inquiries out to several middle-man tour companies…
me and my friends are travelling to Spain in July. We aim to spend one week in Pyrenees and then we would like to stay one week somewhere near Barcelona (visit Barcelona and relax at the beach). So my question is wheter it´s necessary to book a campground. And which campground would you recommend? We would prefer something cheaper and less crowded.
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