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View from Park Güell, Barcelona

Barcelona Bus Route To Park Güell Taken Off Maps Due To Overtourism

Park Güell is second only to the Sagrada Familia in popularity in Barcelona, Spain. Both are the incredible work of the late Antoni Gaudí, the famed Catalan Modernist architect. However, locals in the La Salut neighborhood of the city have had enough of hordes of tourists using their bus 116 route on the way to Park Güell. They have complained for years about sharing...

Parauta, a white village in the Serrania of Ronda in Andalucia, Spain

Parauta And Its Enchanted Forest In The Serrania de Ronda in Spain

The white village of Parauta in the Serrania de Ronda in Malaga Province, Spain was declared one of the most beautiful towns in Spain. However, besides its beautiful white houses in its narrow winding streets, Parauta features an enchanted place, just waiting to be explored. Read on to learn more about this incredible art in nature and enjoy a virtual tour of the...

Sagrada Familia Barcelona increases tourist tax

Spain News: Barcelona To Raise Tourist Tax On April 1

Over-tourism rears its head again as Barcelona announces an increase in its tourist tax on April 1. The iconic Spanish city first levied a tourist tax in 2012 to attract “quality” tourism, but now it is set to increase again. Read on to learn more about the tourist tax and how it affects travelers. Barcelona, Spain increases tourist tax once again Since it first...

La Batalla del Vino - The Wine Fight, Haro, La Rioja, Spain

Experience Spain’s Biggest Wine Fight In Haro In 2024

    Just like India has its Holi Paint Festival, and Buñol has La Tomatina, Spain has several Wine Fights, including the biggest one in Haro. This crazy event sees crowds of people spraying and splashing wine all over each other and generally having a great time in the La Rioja wine region of the country.  Read on to find out more about this crazy, fun...