Citylife’s Ultimate Madrid Bucket List!

Whether you’re coming to Madrid for the long term or just stopping by on vacation, there’s a long list of things you simply must see and do while here! It can be difficult to get everything done in time, but…

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Carnival in Madrid: What to See & Do!

Spain is the life of the party. Throughout the year, there are numerous festivals and celebrations giving everyone another excuse to let loose. Out of all of these festivals, one of the main ones you don’t want to miss is…

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The Wine is Fine in Toro!

If you don’t know already, Spaniards love their wine. As one of the top 3 wine producing countries in the world, Spain offers a wide variety of wines. What’s important to know is that the region in Spain where the…

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The Wine is Fine in Ribera del Duero

When in Spain, it’s time to take your wine seriously. Spain is one of the top 3 wine-producing countries in the world, providing a large variety of wines with different flavors and qualities. The difference between each wine depends on…

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9 Medieval Castles in & around Madrid!

Spain has some of the richest medieval history in all of Europe. The country has been home to several empires, kingdoms and conquests. The fingerprints of these stages in the countries history can been seen everywhere you look. The province…

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Exploring Marbella

The sunny, seaside haven of Marbella has been the host to many civilizations, but it’s arguable that the Moors left the biggest footprint in this city. Originally named Marbal-La, this current tourist attraction was once an influential port in the…

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Exploring Almería

During the Islamic reign in Al-Andalus, Almería served as one of the biggest defensive systems to the region. With a strategic location to defend, protect, and ward off others, the port of Almería kept the empire safe and flourishing. With…

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Exploring Cádiz

Located in the southwestern part of Andalucía, Cádiz is one of the oldest cities in Spain. Unlike many cities, Cádiz has preserved its older part of the city while strategically weaving the newer parts into the city’s structure. The dynamic…

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Exploring Málaga

With traces of its first inhabitants being over 2,800 years old, Málaga is on the list of one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. From Phoenician, Roman, Germanic, Visigothic, and Arab rules, this region has experienced a…

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Exploring Granada

Next to the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Granada was known as the last Muslim Kingdom of Spain in the 11th century. During the fall of the Moorish reign, residents from Cordoba and Seville sought haven in the city from the ever-growing…

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