All posts by Justine Ancheta

10 Things to do in Málaga, Spain

sToday I have a guest post from Paulina, who’s Paulina has lived in Spain for more than five years and fell in love with Seville. She’s a pro when it comes to Málaga and Southern Spain and

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Good Spanish movies to learn about Spain

Good Spanish Movies to Learn About Spain Spain has produced some international hits by big-name directors like Pedro Almodóvar or Alejandro Amenábar. And of course, we’re familiar with Penelope

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A Spain attraction, Segovia Alcazar

Famous Landmarks in Spain: A Virtual Tour

Famous Landmarks in Spain: A Virtual Tour Besides Antonio Banderas, what makes Spain a bewitching country? It’s topped up with bouldered Roman aqueducts, golden Baroque cathedrals, elaborate Moorish

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A 3 Day Itinerary of places to see in Barcelona

Plan Your Barcelona Itinerary: 3 Days Guide, Written By a Local

Plan Your Barcelona Itinerary: 3 Days Guide, Written By a Local You’ve got your airline tickets. Your Pinterest boards are loaded with “things to do in Barcelona”. Next up: planning!

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Holi Festival - Depositphotos

Barcelona Festivals, Events, and Holidays 2020

Barcelona Festivals, Events, and Holidays 2020 Come to Barcelona any day of the year, and you’re guaranteed to find the right event for you. Religious celebrations, concerts, food fairs, or a Mexican

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Park Guell Barcelona

Barcelona tips and tricks for visitors 2020

I’ve been a resident of Barcelona for over 10 years, and oftentimes, I still feel like a tourist. This happens usually when I’m wandering with the crowds in Gothic Quarter or Born, or passing

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Besalú, one of the best trips from Barcelona

The Romantic Medieval Town of Besalú

It’s amazing that Besalú — a town of weaving cobblestoned streets —  has managed to stay so intact since the Middle Ages. Its Romanesque bridge dates back to 1075. And although it’s been reconstructed

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Christmas at Sagrada Familia

Fun Christmas Activities for Kids in Barcelona 2019

Celebrating Christmas in Barcelona is a unique experience. For one thing, where else can get presents from the Catalan Christmas log, the tió de nadal. Or when they squeal when they hand their handwritten

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Caga Tió, A Crapping Christmas Icon

He’s a defecating log with an exuberant smile on his face. And he brings holiday joy to Catalan children every Christmas. I don’t really quite remember the exact moment when I heard about the

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What to wear in Barcelona in the winter

What to wear in Barcelona in the winter December, January, and February are those cozy months when you can peruse the Barcelona Christmas fairs, check out the festive street lights, and hit up the exciting

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