One of the must-do items when you visit Barcelona is to visit the markets and Mercado de la Boqueria is the most famous one. It is located near the prosperous La Rambla and you can take subway line L3 to the Liceu Station to reach there. The market has a long history and it covers wide area. There are over 100 shops and you can try different types of local food there su...
Campo del Moro is located behind the palace and you can reach there from the palace in 20 minutes on foot. If you walk from the Madrid-Príncipe Pío Station, it will take 3 minutes. The garden was built during the reign of King Philip II and it has a wide area with lots of trees. There are different types of buildings built in Gothic or village style and there is a ...
Buen Retiro is the largest park in Madrid. It occupies 125 hectares and has different areas and architectural features such as Rosaleda, Estanque grande del Retiro and Palacio de Cristal. The most popular item at the park is the Palacio de Cristal, which was built in 1887. It was considered to be an avant guard design at that time as it was made of crystal. Currently, t...
Templo de Debod is a temple originating from the Aswan, Egypt. It was built in the 2nd century BC. However, the Spanish Government was trying to preserve the temple and the Egypt Government has transferred the temple from Egypt to Spain in 1968. The temple is situated in the middle of Parque del Cuartel de la Montaña and the nearest subway station is Plaza de Espana. ...
Palacio Real de Madrid was built in the 18th century. It was burned down in 1734 but was reconstructed in the original site. Palacio Real de Madrid is one of the three largest palaces in Europe and its area is just smaller than the Palace of Versailles in France and the Palace in Vienna, and is a must visit place in Madrid. The Palace was built using white marble and...
If you go to Spain, apart from trying the paella, BBQ pork is also another signature dish. Situated in Segovia, the Meson de Candido is a century old shop and it is also a Michelin recommended one. Many famous people have dined here before such as the King of Spain, Queen Elizabeth of United Kingdom, and therefore making this restaurant very popular. The signature ...
Alcázar de Segovia is located at the hillside of the Segovia old town. It is a castle that is made of stone. It is rumoured that the Snow White Castle was built in accordance with Alcázar de Segovia. You can walk from the city center of the old town to the castle in 20 minutes and you will pass through the Cathedral and the Main Square along the way. The construc...
Frigiliana is located in the Andalucía area of Spain. It is a white town located near the sea and the population density is just 54/ kilometres squared. All the houses are built using white color and the streets are made using cobblestones. Therefore, the entire area is very relaxing. Every summer in August, there will be a cultural festival, which combined food, music...
Basílica de la Sagrada Família is a must visit sight in Barcelona. Its construction started in 1882 and is still ongoing. It is the only piece of world heritage that is still under construction. It is an atonement church and the construction fees all came from the donation and ticket fees from the tourists. It is estimated that the church would finish its construction ...
Segovia is located in the northern side of Spain. When you come here, you can enjoy the historical remains of the past 2000 years and you can find two important sites – the Old Town and the Acueducto de Segovia. It is worth spending a day here.There are two ways of reaching Segovia from Madrid. You can take railway or bus. If you take bus (75 minutes, it will be longe...