• Spain
  • Montserrat, Spain – Day Trip from Barcelona

    Montserrat, Spain Barcelona how to get there

    Montserrat means ‚ÄúTeeth Mountains‚ÄĚ, and it is not hard to guess why they are called that. These¬†mountains were formed due to the sea water polishing in prehistoric times. Home to the Monastery, Montserrat is of religious and historical significance. Montserrat was destroyed in 1811 when the French invaded Catalunya. In 1844 the Monastery was rebuilt. […]

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  • Thank you, Stranger

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    “Thank you for making my experience in Paris, and Europe for that matter, such a wonderful and heartwarming one. I have so much to thank you from the very moment I stepped into Paris.” Paris has been the first stop of my 6-month leg across Europe, the very first trip out of my home country […]

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  • 10 Easy Tips for New Travellers

    10 easy tips for new travellers

    New to travelling?¬†Travelling alone for the first time? Travelling long-distance? Here are 10 tips to help tide you through the pre-travel anxiety! 1. Keep the number of luggage you bring to a minimum. There are always roads too rocky and stairs too long when you are carrying so much load. Don‚Äôt take lifts and escalators […]

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  • Alhambra & Generalife in Granada, Spain

    Alhambra, Granada, Spain

    If you’ve been to Granada, Alhambra and Generalife will not be foreign to you. Rising above the modern lower town, the Alhambra and the Albayc√≠n, situated on two adjacent hills, form the medieval part of Granada. To the east of the Alhambra fortress and residence is¬†the magnificent gardens of the Generalife, the former rural residence […]

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