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No one that have been in Seville can deny that it is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. And not only for its architectural and historical heritage. Seville is one of those cities with a unique personality and genuine identity traits that make it different from any city. Seville embraces the visitor making him participate in its culture, its tradition and its art. A city that without renouncing its essence is shown with open arms to the world, and that with a thousand magical corners to discover, it is difficult not to fall in love with it. If you want to know more in depth do not miss our posts.
The travel giant Lonely Planet announced in 2018 the quintessentially Andalusian city of Seville as its top travel city. Home of the flamenco, bullfighting, tapas, and over 500 hundred years of Muslim history. So here are our top five Muslim heritage sites you simply...
With its various palaces, the ruins of an Arab castle and the beaches surrounding it, Sintra stands out for looking taken from a fairy tale. Just 30 kilometers from Lisbon is located this town catalogued by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site under the special category of...
This Portuguese Eden brings together a great diversity of landscapes and heritage displayed between the lush Sierra de Sintra and a rugged Atlantic coast. As soon as the traveler enters the Sintra-Cascáis Natural Park, he is immediately ecstatic. It is inevitable that...
e Algarve is justly famed for its beaches and reliably good weather (300 sunny days per year!). And while visitors can’t be faulted for wanting to bask on captivating shorelines, there’s much more to Portugal’s southernmost region than sun and sand. ...
If you’re spending a few days on the island of Gran Canaria and you want to see everything it has to offer, it’s a great idea to spend a day exploring its capital: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. This is a major city which, in addition to beaches, has plenty of...
Delve into the captivating history of Granada, the last Muslim kingdom in Spain, exploring its rich Islamic heritage, stunning mosques, and enduring legacy as a historical treasure
Muslim population living in Spain has increased ten times in the last 30 years, exceeding 2.5 million. According to unofficial figures, about 3 million Muslims are living in Spain Secretary of the Islamic Commission of Spain said that the Muslim population living in...
By the time 'Abd al-Rahman reached Spain, the Arabs from North Africa were already entrenched on the Iberian Peninsula and had begun to write one of the most glorious chapters in Islamic history. After their forays into France were blunted by Charles Martel, the...
In Valencia, you can roll rich culture, phenomenal food, and golden beaches into one fabulous city getaway. This east-coast city’s Mediterranean sands get the morning sun before almost anywhere else in Spain, and the sea can be warm enough for swimming as early as...
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