• Granada

    Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travel Destinations

    by  • August 18, 2015 • Alhambra, Barcelona, City Breaks, Granada, Istanbul, Rome

    From Cambodia’s Temples of Angkor to the Coliseum in Rome, Lonely Planet Publishes its 500 Best Places on the Planet. There’s much talk in the travel world this afternoon about Lonely Planet’s grand unveiling of its latest book “Ultimate Travel: The 500 Best Places on the Planet… Ranked”. This new and essential travel guide, billed...

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    Head to Granada During the Quieter Months.

    by  • February 28, 2015 • Architecture, Culture Breaks, Granada, Multi Centre Breaks

    For smaller crowds try to visit the Alhambra in March or April. Granada is very much on the tourist map, primarily due to the popularity of the Alhambra, the majestic complex of palaces and irrigated gardens which nestles amongst the hills on the outskirts of the city.  Granada airport is not well served by flights and indeed there...

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    Granada & Seville – More than Moorish

    by  • December 15, 2014 • Architecture, City Breaks, Granada, Religious Sites, Seville

    Away from the Alcázar and Alhambra, Seville and Granada have much to offer. Be it Barcelona’s Sagrada Família, Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum or Santiago de Compostela’s dazzling cathedral, it’s fair to say that the cities of Spain are each synonymous with a distinctive piece of iconic architectural design that sets them apart from their neighbouring...

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    Europe’s Summer of Sport Rolls on through September

    by  • August 11, 2014 • Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Bilbao, City Breaks, Copenhagen, Granada, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Seville, Sport

    Be it Badminton, Basketball, Rowing or Rugby, Swimming, Cycling or Motor Racing, the Sports Season continues across Europe 2014 has undoubtedly been a busy year in the sporting calendar, what with the World Cup in Brazil and Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games, not to mention the usual wealth of tennis, golf, athletics, motor racing and cycling...

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