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The Best 20 FREE Things To Do In Playa Blanca

The town of Playa Blanca holds the distinction of being the newest resort in all of Lanzarote. Despite its youth, however, it is a tourist hotspot and attracts many visitors each year. Because of its immense popularity, Playa Blanca can get pretty pricey. Thankfully, you don’t have to drain your bank account to have a …

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The Best Way To Visit The Lanzarote Volcano (Timanfaya National Park)

Lanzarote has developed something of a reputation as a party island. However, it’s so much more than nightclubs and beaches. This picturesque Spanish holiday destination is also known as the “Island of 1000 Volcanoes”. One visit to ‘Lanzarote Volcano’ Timanfaya National Park and you’ll see just why that is. Every year, thousands of tourists descend …

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Why You Need To Visit Benalmadena Pueblo (The Old Town)

Benalmadena is one of the most popular tourist locations in the entire Costa Del Sol. Located in the south of Spain, this sun-drenched town is the perfect getaway for travellers who want to experience that famous Spanish heat without the hustle and bustle of Barcelona or Madrid. Benalmadena is divided into three distinct districts. These …

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Barcelona to Montserrat Travel Options & Things to Do

Just west of Barcelona lies the mountainous region of Montserrat. Considered sacred before and after the spread of Christianity to Europe, the Montserrat mountain range is among Spain’s most important spiritual sites. It is also renowned for its natural beauty, which earned it National Park status in 1987.  Today, Montserrat attracts pilgrims and outdoors people …

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The Ultimate Guide for Your Visit to the Vatican

Vatican City is one of the most culturally, politically, and theologically significant sites in the world. As the headquarters of the Catholic Church, it welcomes millions of Catholics each year, all of whom come hoping to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis I. But the Vatican doesn’t attract Catholic tourists exclusively. Millions more of all …