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If you're heading to Málaga (Spain) soon, this travel guide will help you plan your visit: from what to see and the top things to do, to where to eat and stay. I bet you'll love this friendly Spanish city located on the Costa del Sol as much as I do, and will be longing to come back for more in no time. Ready to start exploring?

Brazil

Brazil's Green Coast, also known as Costa Verde in Portuguese, extending south of Rio de Janeiro all the way to the village of Trindade, lives up to its name. The tropical vegetation covers the coastal mountains and the forests of the Itatiaia National Park, while beautiful islands emerge surrounded by the deep waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The port town of Angra dos Reis is the ideal starting point to explore Ilha Grande, the largest island in the area. In this travel guide, you'll learn all you need to know about Angra dos Reis and Ilha Grande, how to get there from Rio and where to stay and eat. Are you ready to start discovering these Brazilian tropical destinations?

Brazil

As one of the largest cities in Brazil, Rio is a lively coastal metropolis with friendly locals, featuring at the same time colonial heritage next to modern architecture, top attractions such as Christ the Redeemer or the Sugarloaf Mountain, idyllic beaches like Copacabana and Ipanema and a delicious food scene. Discover the top 9 things to do in Rio de Janeiro in this travel guide, from what to visit, to where to stay and eat. Towards the end of this post, you will find a map that will help you easily locate all the places mentioned here. Enjoy the read!

Spain

Ready to escape to tranquility? Located in the province of Huelva, in southern Spain, the mountain range known as Sierra de Aracena might not rank first on your travel bucket list. However, you might change your mind after reading this blog post. In this travel guide, I will walk you through the top things you can see and do in this peaceful area, from visiting picturesque whitewashed villages to where to sleep or eat the local specialty product: Jabugo ham. Let's dive into it!

Spain

Despite being the smallest province in Spain, Guipúzcoa has a lot to offer. An excellent way to discover it is by visiting its multiple museums, that range from displaying elaborate sculptures, paintings and garments to even ancient artifacts. In this post, I'm bringing you my top five museums to visit in Guipúzcoa that you should definitely include in your bucket list.

Spain

Are you visiting Málaga (Spain)? Do you love nature and are feeling adventurous? Then the hike known as 'El Caminito del Rey', literally meaning 'the King's little pathway', is your ideal getaway. Located in a deep gorge amidst breathtaking landscapes, discover this renowned hiking trail and even cross over a picturesque suspension bridge. After my experience exploring 'el Caminito del Rey', in this post I'll share everything you should know ahead of your visit so you can plan accordingly. I will also answer some of the most burning questions you might have. Let's get started!

Spain

Located in the southern region of Andalucía, the Spanish city of Granada is relatively small. However, it offers plenty of attractions to sightsee, from marvelous heritage dating back to the Moorish times, to delicious food worth trying. Luckily, you can do all this in a single day. In this travel guide, you will find the best things to see and do in 24 hours in Granada (Spain). Let's jump right in!

Spain

Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain, right after Madrid. With over 1.5 million inhabitants, it is the capital of Cataluña, a northeastern region located by the Mediterranean Sea but also bordering on France. Barcelona is one of the most popular options when visiting the country thanks to its touristic attractions, its mild climate and its delicious food. Read this Barcelona travel guide to learn more about what to see and do, where to eat and sleep and much more.