Information about spain autonomous communities

Exploring Córdoba
Thursday, December 17, 2015
Most people who are wanting to explore Spain will visit its major cities of Barcelona, Madrid, Seville and Granada. Each one is special and different and provides examples of Spain’s rich past. But...
Catalonia and separatism
Saturday, November 15, 2014
National borders have a lot to answer for.  Countries continue to battle over where the lines are drawn and who gets to fly the flag. But who should decide what belongs to whom? The issue has been...
Places to visit in Alicante
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Have you ever been guilty of not visiting the places on your doorstep? It can often happen that where you live is the place you’re least likely to fully explore. For example, it’s all too easy for...
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Barcelona is a fashionable city that seems to attract a wide variety of age groups and cultures. Like the majority of Spanish cities, it is steeped in history and, perhaps more than most, has courted...
Valencia - something for everyone
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Valencia has had some bad press. Most people now have heard about the extravagant years when money was no object and bizarre buildings and projects were springing up all over the city. But to only...
Friday, October 26, 2012
There are many interesting and historic cities to visit in Spain. One of the oldest and most beautiful ones is the city of Cartagena. It’s combination of dramatic history and culture mean that it has...
Friday, October 26, 2012
Famous for its palm trees and shoes, Elche in the Valencian community has much more to recommend it. In fact, so much so that it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. One of the reasons for...
Friday, October 26, 2012
The variety of landscape in Spain as you travel from one region to another never fails to amaze me. From the greenery of the north to the deserts of the south, you’ve got every shade in between. The...
The autonomous regions of Spain
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
It can be difficult for the newly arrived in Spain to get to grips with the number of different laws and what can seem to be a never-ending battle with bureaucracy here. The arrangements for many...
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