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I’d been wanting to visit Granada’s impressive Alhambra Palace ever since I was a teenager, backpacking around Spain. Standing at the entrance, I’d realised that I didn’t have enough money to enter. Years later, I am living in Granada, am a full-time travel writer, and find the entrance fee of €13 a reasonable amount.
I am in love…again. Each time I visit Andalucia’s captivating capital, Seville, I am drawn in by its romance and charm, tiny maze-like streets, hidden plazas and elegant architecture. It is by far one of the most romantic cities in the world.
When I first lived in Spain, back in 2005, Halloween was not celebrated much, apart from maybe in the local Irish pubs. Even though today it’s celebrated a bit more, it’s nowhere near as important as November 1st – All Saints’ Day.
It wouldn’t be right to carry on this blog any further without talking about pomegranates, as living in Granada I simply can’t escape them.
Last weekend I got to see something here in Granada which I’ve been wanting to see for a very long time – the famous dancing horses of the Royal Andalucían School of Equestrian Art.
My first Ambles in Andalucía blog post is about something which the city of Granada is famous for – yes, you’ve guessed it – tapas!
In Cat Hughes’ final post for the Secret London travel blog, she picks out her top five places in London.
Scandinavian food outlets are popping up all across the capital, offering traditional and fusion cuisine. But why has it become so popular?
Street food has exploded onto the capital’s food scene in recent years.
London has many hidden little museums that celebrate the city’s vibrant patchwork of history and the living things that inhabit our world. Here is a snapshot of some of London’s best small museums: