Christmas in Málaga is definitely one of the best times of year in the city. The lights, the weather and the energy make it unique in Spain.
The Protectora helped us with how to adopt a dog in Málaga. It was a simple process with a very happy conclusion. We introduce you to Dino!
La Botica de la Cerveza: We already knew that it was a special place, but it was truly a pleasure to enjoy a beer tasting with Pepe.
Julia Bakery Málaga is one of those charming cafes that make you happy as soon as you walk inside: fantastic cupcakes and the best iced tea!
Until 1831, the Protestants who passed away in Malaga were thrown to sea. This changed thanks to the construction of the English Cemetery in Malaga.
La Esquinita del Chupa y Tira is a corner store and a place to enjoy the delicacies of Málaga. You can find it in the neighborhood of La Victoria.
A Weekend in Malaga (36 hours). We're here to tell you exactly why and how to make the most of your time in the capital of the Costa del Sol.
Every year the "Casas Corralones" in Málaga open their doors to show off their famous patios. It's a great opportunity to learn about local culture and traditions.
A magnificent experience in the Hammam Al Andalus, Arab baths right in the center of Málaga that allow us to relax and free our minds.
The Mercado Mediterráneo Balneario is a project which aims to continue the rejuvenation of Baños del Carmen. This is in addition to other projects that we’re about to tell you about.
Setenil de las Bodegas is a beautiful town in the Cádiz Province that has the peculiarity of having many of its houses built right into the rocks. Our visit left us fascinated!
Vejer de la Frontera amazed us. Between its beauty and the charming narrow streets, this white village in Cadiz would inspire anyone.
Benalmádena is one of the touristic coastal towns in Málaga. In addition to its beaches, it dates back to ancient times, with streets and places that are well worth visiting!
The neighborhood of Triana is everything you want in Spain. It is a town within a big city, full of spirt, culture and pride. Here is my list of reasons that to visit and fall in love with Triana in Sevilla.
The Picasso Foundation in Malaga allows you to not only see Picasso's birthplace, but to also attend painting workshops, like I did with Rusko.
El Castillo de Colomares se encuentra en Benalmádena, Málaga y no sorprendió por el detalle y la belleza de su arquitectura.
The Alcazaba of Malaga is the most well preserved example of a Moorish citadel in Spain. It is next to another historical site: the Roman Theater.
The Tio Pepe Bodegas in Jerez, Cadiz, show us the magnificent process of making a sherry that has become a Spanish and andalusian icon known the world over.
The Bar El Cortijo Antequera is a charming café where you can have coffee or a mixed drink while you enjoy the natural surroundings of the park.
What to see in Cádiz? We show you 10 must see places and things to do in Cádiz that made us fall in love with the city during our visit.
I was a junior in college, studying abroad in Seville. During Spain's Holy Week I was also a trumpet player in the The Red Cross. This is my experience.