Let’s face it, sometimes you want a 3 part meal for lunch, and thats okay because guess what? You’re on vacation, so go wild, and treat yourself! We decided that to treat yourself, you shouldn’t have to spend 25 euros. So we went on a little hunt and found amazing lunch menus for cheap. Below…

Well, so are we, but don’t worry because we have found some quiet, beautiful, beaches only 20-30 minutes away. We decided to share these secret spots of ours below. So, here it is, our top 3 beaches just a hop, skip, and jump away.  1. Badalona Just a 20 minute ride on the train you…

1. Toledo Until the year 1561, Toledo was the capital of Spain. It stands 70km south of Madrid, easily accessible by train (30 mins with Renfe) and coach, (1hr). This lovely medieval city offers a great day out. From the gothic cathedral and the alcazar castle, to the historical swords and souvenirs. If you only have a…

El Rastro Madrid is probably the most popular open air flea market in Spain. Every Sunday and during public holidays, stalls are set up with a great variety of products, ranging from cheap clothes and old flamenco records to electronic goods and antiques. If you’re looking for a gift for that special someone or simply…

Many tourists mistake this building for the Royal Palace because of how grand it is. The 20th century Art Deco architecture was originally built to become the central post office, (probably the most fancy post office you’ll ever see!) but nowadays is used as the city hall. It is the 2nd biggest building in the…

  In this nice little square, some brave Spanish soldiers and citizens fought Napoleon’s invading troops on May 2, 1808. Back then, a rebellion of the Spanish against the French began to spread all over the city, and hundreds of people died fighting. The famous painting called “The charge of the Mamelukes”, by Goya, (see…