Andalusia 2012 – A Travelogue – part 7 – Granada


Part 7 of a 7-part travelogue around Andalucia. Coming to the end of their trip, the family is tired and the writer leaves his children in their holiday home to make a series of excursions in the Granada area. [Read more…]

Andalusia 2012 – A Travelogue – part 1 – Introduction

This is part 1 of a 7 part travelogue. In this section, the writer describes how he planned the family’s trip to Andalucia, including choosing travel options, renting a car, and selecting places to stay. [Read more…]

More Sightseeing Attractions In Cordoba

A day in Cordoba, Spain, seen through the eyes of two travellers.

They take us through the stunning, Muslim mosque of Mezquita, with its Islamic architecture and Christian influence, to the colourful and sunny streets of La Juderia, a Jewish area of the city.

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Ryanair’s New Routes From Nuremberg To Alicante and Malaga

The low cost Irish airline Ryanair has announced that six new routes will be starting from the German city of Nuremberg in March 2013.

The routes are Alicante, Cagliari, London, Malaga, Pisa and Porto, and Ryanair celebrated the announcement with a seat sale with prices starting at 12 euros across its European network. [Read more…]

New Coastal Plan To Stop New Construction Near The Sea in Andalucia

Andalucia is home to a gorgeous and relatively undeveloped coastline, but many development projects have been proposed in recent years that could threaten not only the coastline’s beauty, but the delicate ecosystems that call the Andalucian coastline home.

This article talks about new regulations that will force new development plans to undergo severe scrutiny in order to proceed; an effort to protect the Andalucian coastline.

Development plans will have to prove that they can viably proceed without have a detrimental effect on the environment. These regulations will [Read more…]