There’s no sugar-coating it, Granada is notoriously difficult to navigate by car. So if you are driving and planning a stay in this beautiful city, you’ll need to know where the hotels are that have the easiest access and the best parking options. Here are 5 of the best…
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This post is inspired by the list of observations about small-town England, published on Facebook by American Scott Waters, which has recently taken the internet by storm. I just happened to stumble upon it yesterday, which was in fact Día de la Hispanidad, and decided to list my 100 observations about small-town Spain.
Overlooking the beautiful city of Granada is the Alhambra, one of the best preserved medieval Islamic palaces in the world and the most visited monument in Spain. It attracts over 3 million visitors every year. If you are planning a visit and looking for nearby accommodation, there is plenty to choose from. Here are 5 of the best…
Last weekend we took Little Miss Go GranadaSpain for her belated 5th birthday treat – a glamping trip in the La Taha Valley – and we had the most magical time!
My annual obsession with photographing almond blossom is in full swing. The blossom passes so quickly, giving way to even more colour and variety as spring picks up the pace.
Did you know that you can visit el Palacio de Carlos V without having to queue or buy a ticket for the Alhambra as a whole? You can enter on foot via Puerta de la Justica and from there you can explore a little without having to enter ticketed areas, such as the Alcazaba or Nazrid Palaces.
This weekend I escaped with some girlfriends for a night out in Málaga. We waved goodbye to partners and children, nappies and nap times, and headed for the hills. Our first stop, and the subject of this post, was a terribly civilised wine tasting and tour of Bodegas...
Merry Christmas everyone! I couldn’t resist the bright colours of the carousel at Juveandalus 2014 for the last #MySundayPhoto of the year. Thanks for all the comments, shares and likes in 2014.
See you next year!
Yesterday I spent the day with thousands of screaming kids, running amok, stuffing their faces and getting their hands dirty. And I loved it! My 4-year-old daughter and I went on the annual pre-Christmas school excursion to Juveandalus 2014 the Feria of Childhood and Youth, in Granada.