Spain

Our reviews of the top family vacation destinations and trip ideas organized by keywords (Italy, Caribbean, teens, etc) and topic (snowsports, spa, etc) to make your research easier.

  • madrid_penthouse_ME_hotel
    Madrid's Latest Hotspots by Yuli Linssen Kaminitz Madrid is a great city to visit and the sunny weather makes it possible to enjoy it throughout the whole year.  There are so many things to see and do in Madrid that a new visitor can get a bit overwhelmed at times. Aside from the common tourist...
  • madrid_sangria_service2
    29 July 2010 I thought everyone would enjoy seeing the new serving technique for Sangria that has taken hold in Spain.     If the picture is hard to see, it's a three foot tall glass funnel with a tap at the bottom.  It's Ben, then me, then Elliot at a cafe. 28 July 2010 Got into Madrid this...
    Tags: Europe, Spain
  • Me in Madrid
    As I wove my way through the densely packed, smoke filled bar I paused for a moment amongst the madness to catch a glimpse of the television screen and try to take in the historic significance of the night.  However, my attempt at holding on to the moment was short lived.  The multi-lingual cheers...
  • n523060000_3746481_5692
    I was given the opportunity to not only travel to Spain and Israel, but to make a significant change in the way that Jews and Muslims approach the Arab-Israeli Conflict. As a junior in high school, I was accepted into the Jacobs International Teen Leadership Institute (JITLI). JITLI is an...
  • spain089
    Madrid 5/28/08 NightSitting here in this hotel room with DJ and Chris, doing nothing but lying in our three seperate beds, smoking cigarettes. Today never ended.  I haven't slept since Monday night (it's Wednesday night). Today, our group went to the Prada Museum four a tour. We walked around for...
    Tags: Europe, Spain
  • rebec_spain
    Here are my favorite fully-packed four days in Andalucia's most charming city. DAY ONE: 12 pm: Welcome to Córdoba! Arriving by train into the railway station at Plaza de las Tres Culturas, head to Hostal Santa Ana, in the heart of La Judería, the old Jewish section of the city, with a distinct...
  • 2
    Outside of Valencia, this small village known as Bunol hosts something equivalent to Glastonbury, minus the music and, instead of mud, everyone is flinging tomato-bits. La Tomatina is otherwise known to the English-speakers of the world as “The Giant Tomato Throwing Festival in Spain.”  It’s hard...
    Tags: Europe, Spain
  • 5
    I've just returned from a road trip through France and Spain with four of my Irish friends.  We booked cheap Ryanair flights from Dublin to Nantes, rented a car, and took off for the 'Murphy's Law' road trip.  For those who don't know Murphy's Law is --"Anything that can go wrong will go wrong." ...
  • spain_malaga_oldtown2
    Malaga is on the Costa del Sol, in the south of Spain. It's the capital of Andalusia, the province that consists largely of the Southern coast. It has approximately 700,000 people and is a bustling port. And it's where I spent half of my summer, learning the Spanish language, culture and lifestyle...
    Tags: Europe, Spain
  • valencia_el_carmen_bike_tour_299988962
    The sunny coastal city of Valencia, Spain offers offbeat cultural attractions that make it ideal for a short break or an exciting place to perfect your Spanish. Most Spain-bound American tourists will limit their journey to the classic itineraries including Madrid, Barcelona, or Bilbao, maybe...

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