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Where to next? Ibiza Spain,Europe

All-night raver, boho-cool hippy, blissed-out beach lover – Ibiza is all this and more to the many, many fans who have a soft spot for the Balearics’ party-hard sister. In summer the cream of the world’s DJs (David Guetta, Sven Väth, Armin van Buuren et al) descend on the island, …

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Barcelona is home to some of Europe’s most fantastic architecture

Famed for its architectural treasures, Barcelona is dotted with striking Gothic cathedrals, fantastical Modernisme creations and avant-garde works. Building first boomed in the late Middle Ages, when Barcelona was seat of the Catalan empire. In the late 19th century, the city broke its medieval confines and was transformed through whimsical …

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Spain prepares to welcome travelers worldwide in June

It’s a summer of sun, sea and COVID certificates in Spain as the country prepares to welcome international tourists back on June 7. Spain’s prime minister Pedro Sánchez today announced the return of tourism in June by confirming that vaccinated travelers worldwide, including the US and Canada, will be permitted to enter …

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Spain to reopen to holidaymakers from UK On 24 May

Spanish tourism officials have confirmed visitors from the United Kingdom will be able to travel to the country for a holiday from Monday. Travellers from the UK will not need to present a negative Covid-19 test, as long as they have remained in the country for the past 14 days. …

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Christmas Travel: Mallorca, Spain

Nativity scenes, Christmas markets … the island dresses up during holidays. Strolling through its cities, its towns and letting yourself get infected by the Mallorcan Christmas spirit is fundamental. Also, you can not miss the annual Christmas swim in the port of Palma. Find accommodation, book your tickets and enjoy!

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Spain: La Sagrada Família

If you have time for only one sightseeing outing, this should be it. Gaudí’s unparalleled, Unesco-listed La Sagrada Família inspires awe by its sheer verticality, and in the manner of the medieval cathedrals it emulates, it’s still under construction. Work began in 1882 and is hoped (perhaps optimistically) to be …

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