Airports are confusing enough — even when you're at the right city. But a number of travelers have found themselves in trouble after booking a ticket to not-quite the right place. If you're flying into one of these commonly-confused destinations.
But evidence suggests that the Celts traveled beyond the northern islands, all the way down to the sunny shores of northwest Spain. The autonomous region of Galicia, Spain, is the seventh Celtic Nation and the least known of the group. The other six.
This year sees Bilbao celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Guggenheim museum, an institution that brought art and its lovers to the north coast city, and started an urban relaunch in which its industrial past was overlaid with fluttering palms.
Galicia’s spiritual and cultural centre is Santiago de Compostela, the medieval city that is journey’s end for walkers on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. But Galicia is more than its capital – it is a unique province with a wild coastline and.
Wildfires in winemaking areas of Portugal and northern Spain have claimed at least 45 lives and burnt through thousands of hectares of agricultural land, .
The Feve – unmarked on most Spanish railway maps, despite being a division of state-owned Renfe Operadora – is a trio of 1,000mm narrow-gauge lines, built in 1965, that dawdle from Bilbao, in the Basque country, to Ferrol, Galicia , stopping at more.
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Welcome to the Costa da Morte — or the Coast of Death — in Galicia , the chunk of northwestern Spain above Portugal. As Spanish costas go, this one is worlds apart from Dorada or Blanca — fewer nightclubs and English breakfasts; more barren cliffs.
Moon Travel Guides has a new series, City Walks, exploring neighborhoods in seven cities: Berlin; Amsterdam; Barcelona, Spain; London; New York; Paris; and Rome. The walks include descriptions, maps, attractions, dining and shopping. FOR FUN AND.
San Sebastián (or Donostia in Basque) is one of the most elegant coastal towns on the Iberian peninsula. It's also a mecca for foodies, with more Michelin-starred restaurants per capita than anywhere in the world except Kyoto. For a town with fewer.