Tag: Spain

  • Top things to do in Sevilla

    Top things to do in Sevilla

    Sevilla, or Seville as it’s known to English speakers, is the crown jewel of Spain’s Andalusia region. It perfectly encompasses the cuisine, music, grand architecture, and laid back atmosphere of southern Spain. And while Sevilla has a lot of churches and towers and riverside attractions, if you’re in town for only a short stay, these…

  • Visiting Arcos de la Frontera

    Visiting Arcos de la Frontera

    In recent years, Spain’s Pueblos Blancos or White Villages, have exploded in popularity. These quaint small towns are known as such because their buildings are all painted white. Though there are more than a dozen towns that can be considered to be part of Andalusia’s Pueblos Blancos, Arcos de la Frontera is arguably the most…

  • How to enjoy visiting Cadiz, Spain

    How to enjoy visiting Cadiz, Spain

    The small seaside Spanish town of Cadiz is not the kind of place where you’ll find a long list of tourist attractions. In fact, you can probably spend half a day seeing all the city’s important landmarks. This will free up the rest of your visit to soak up the sun and the chill Andalusian…

  • Could I Live Here? Sevilla Edition

    Could I Live Here? Sevilla Edition

    Despite how much its changed over the last several years, Sevilla is my favorite city in Spain. It’s not even a contest. So if I had to move anywhere in the country, it would definitely be Sevilla. (And yes, I know it’s Seville in English but I speak Spanish so I can’t bring myself to…

  • Could I Live Here? Arcos de la Frontera Edition

    Could I Live Here? Arcos de la Frontera Edition

    Arcos de la Frontera is a small town that is part of Spain’s Pueblos Blancos, arguably its most popular white village. This probably isn’t a city that I would have ever even heard of before my visit, except that I know someone who actually did live there for a year. Bless her soul, could not…

  • Could I Live Here? Cadiz Edition

    Could I Live Here? Cadiz Edition

    Having traveled to not one but several coastal Spanish cities this year, Cadiz has some competition as a potential long-term home. The city feels more local than some resort towns like Marbella, but is that enough to consider it livable? Atmosphere It’s apparent even simply by the number of dogs you see on the street…