Cordoba – a city of contrasts scented with orange trees

Cordoba is located in the very heart of Andalusia on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Its history dates back to the years of BC, since the 7th century AD it had been the capital of a major Arab dynasty and even one of the largest cities of Western Europe. Wise philosophers, scholars from all over the world, knowledgeable artists and wealthy merchants have met here. Throughout its long history, ...

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The Sierra Nevada – the most beautiful hikes in the highest mountain range of Spain

Surprisingly, the Sierra Nevada massif rises in hot Andalusia, not far from the famous city of Granada and barely an hour's drive from the crowded Costa del Sol coast. With its peaks exceeding 3,000 m, the Sierra Nevada is a popular destination for climbers, hikers and skiers in winter. White villages at the altitude of 1,500 m wedged between mountain peaks are completely different from the murmur of beaches and ...

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Unrestrained Andalusia – what to see in 15 days

Do you long for admiring ancient monuments, relaxing on long beaches, climbing up the mountains, adrenaline in bull arenas and endless evenings in the rhythm of flamenco over a glass of delicious red wine and famous tapas? Then you have to go to Andalusia in the south of the Iberian Peninsula. As a bonus, Andalusia is one of the warmest places in Europe, so you can visit it any time, ...

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Málaga – sunny city of two famous natives

Málaga is a Mediterranean seaport on the famous Costa del Sol, where the temperature rarely drops below 15 degrees. It is a tangle of picturesque streets, as well as wide boulevards full of tapas bars, the daily hustle and bustle of locals lively discussing over a glass of wine often until dawn, impressive sights, important museums, stunning panoramas and a bustling historical market. In addition, the sea and beaches are ...

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