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Two Days in Valencia: What to See and Do

Here are six plans for a two-day break in Valencia. We include a bit of history, a bit of sun and sand, a bit of gastronomy and a bit of culture. A well-rounded break!

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Malaga: In search of the best “espetos”

Malaga has earned a spot on gastronomic tourist routes, and rightly so. We already talked about this in the post “Foodie Essentials in Malaga”. If you want to enjoy all kinds of experiences (sun and sand, culture, good food...), Malaga is a must.

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The most adventurous travellers who dare to explore the seas will be able to see whales, dolphins and other cetaceans calmly swimming around, just off the coast of Tenerife.

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4 reasons to get away to Majorca in spring

Majorca is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. And it comes as no surprise, because it offers endless attractions. But if you prefer to stay away from the crowds, it’s better to travel out of season. Spring is a great time to go as it is mild, doesn’t rain much and there are fewer tourists about. Find out the best things to see in the largest of the Balearic Islands, and you won’t need a swimsuit!

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