Luxury Travel
Luxury travel in Spain and the Canary islands

Andalucia – Travel with a Private Guide star
For insider travel information on everything from tapas and flamenco to local festivals and buying pastries from nuns, a private guide in Andalucia is worth every Euro.

Back to Bilbao – A Lot More than the Guggenheim star
When I stepped off the bus in front of the Guggenheim Bilbao on a spring morning, it was love at first sight. That was several years ago, and it was time I returned to see more of this exciting city in Northern Spain.

Fuerteventura – Surfer’s Luxury is a Perfect Wave star
Luxury in travel is all about being in the very best place to do what you like best, whether it’s fishing, skiing, surfing, dining or being pampered in a spa. If you’re a surfer, pure luxury is the perfect wave -- wave after wave, rolling in to catch.

Madrid Hotel Hospes – Warm Welcome, Right Location star
Visitors to Madrid couldn’t ask for a better location than the Hotel Hospes, facing onto Plaza de la Independencia, opposite the entrance to the beautiful Retiro Park and alongside Calle Serrano, the smartest shopping street in Spain's capital.

Overlooking Seville from The Villa star
What could be better than a two-level private villa poised above a lively plaza in the heart of the monumental center of Seville, with views of three UNESCO World Heritage buildings?

Seville -- Andalucia's Exotic City star
Seville is as exotic as it is beautiful, its heady scents and rousing rhythms far from the usual European city. Its strong Arabic past, although ended more than 500 years ago, still influences its art, architecture and even food.

Valencia Spain’s Colorful Festival of Las Fallas star
Perhaps the world’s most colorful festival, and certainly its noisiest, Las Fallas in the Spanish port of Valencia is a celebration that has to be experienced to understand its appeal.

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