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In the northern part of Tenerife, there is a peaceful town of Puerto de la Cruz. It originated from a former fishing settlement and later became a major port city. Today, its main economic activity is tourism, so there is a large number of hotels. After all, you can find nice apartments for a very reasonable price. In combination with reliable public transport, you do not have to pay to travel agency for services at your vacation.
Spanish cathedrals are among the most impressive of all of Europe. Neither Malaga was left behind, and between 1528 and 1782 the majestic Incarnation Cathedral grew up here, which we will now look into together.
Right on the famous Costa del Sol in Andalusia, Spain, lies one of Europe's oldest cities, Malaga. The formation of the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs and Spaniards. That's why countless sights await you. In the article and video, we'll take you to the most interesting.
Salvador Dalí. A name that lives 30 years after the death of its bearer. This eccentric artist has left an indelible surrealistic footprint not only in painting, sculpture, photography and literature, but also in architecture. And it was in this area that it was most realized in its homeland, the so-called Wild Coast (Costa Brava) of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia in the north of Spain.
The Canary Islands are one of the popular holiday destinations, which is still inclined to travel today. Of course, PCR tests are needed before departure from the Czech Republic, antigen tests before returning to the Czech Republic and PCR tests again after returning home. However, the services are slowly becoming cheaper, so holidays on these exotic islands are becoming more financially enjoyable every day.
The Portuguese trip to Santiga de Compostela became important as early as the 12th century, which is a significant century in the history of Portugal because it meant the country's independence. It is not as frequented as the Spanish routes, the more "pilgrimage" you will have.
The Silver Road (Vía de la Plata) is one of the oldest that heads to Santiago de Compostela. At the same time, it is also infrequent, which is ideal for refining one's own thoughts.
Lanzarote, along with Fuerteventura, are the easternmost islands of the Canary Islands. Because they are so close together, I thought of spending a week on each of them and taking a ferry between them. Lanzarote combines a unique volcanic landscape with characteristic architecture.
You can go to the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage from a number of different places, such as Spain and Portugal. But today we will go the better, the French Trail.
Today we have the Way of St. James, “Camino de St. James ", which is an unforgettable experience. For now, however, let's just look at where you can go on this pilgrimage and why you should go on it.
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