Out & About

Toledo

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Toledo is known for being a melting pot of cultures, and that is evident in everything from the cuisine to the architecture. A guided day trip to Toledo will start right in the incredible Old Quarter, where you’ll be able to admire Arabic, Gothic and Renaissance architecture right next to each other. A short walk from the Santa Maria La Blanca Synagogue, which is one of the oldest in Europe, you can see Mezquita Cristo de la Luz, a church that was constructed as a mosque more than one thousand years ago. In the Church of Santo Tome, you’ll discover “The Burial of the Count of Orgaz”, one of El Greco’s most influential artworks.

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Montserrat

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You don’t have to travel far from Barcelona to escape the city and explore a completely different side of Spain. On a 10-hour guided tour excursion, you can leave Barcelona and visit an ancient monastery in the mountaintops and then sip local vintages in unparalleled settings.

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Girona and Dali Museum

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The city of Girona is Just 100 km (60 miles) from Barcelona, Girona is filled with medieval architecture. A few miles further away is Figueres, home to the iconic painted Salvador Dali.

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Avila and Segovia

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These 2 great cities will allow you will see everything from Roman aqueducts to Gothic cathedrals. Why not stay in Segovia, and visit Avila for a day trip.

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4 great weekend Trips in Spain

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Toledo is known for being a melting pot of cultures, and that is evident in everything from the cuisine to the architecture. A guided day trip to Toledo will start right in the incredible Old Quarter, where you’ll be able to admire Arabic, Gothic and Renaissance architecture right next to each other. A short walk from the Santa Maria La Blanca Synagogue, which is one of the oldest in Europe, you can see Mezquita Cristo de la Luz, a church that was constructed as a mosque more than one thousand years ago. In the Church of Santo Tome, you’ll discover “The Burial of the Count of Orgaz”, one of El Greco’s most influential artworks.

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Benidorm

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You hear the name Benidorm and you think of Skyscrapers, beer and chips. Would it surprise you to read that the Benidorm of today has cast off its old-fashioned image and now words such as 'luxury' 'high class', 'spotless', 'unique' and 'stylish' are used alongside that old favourite, and still relevant, 'fun'?

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