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Take it from us, this impressive, progressive country's miles beyond bullfights, flamenco, & mass beach tourism, with historic sights reaching back to ancient Greece, wine regions, skiing, & some of Europe's most cutting-edge culture. ¡Viva España!

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Discussion Forum

Chasing ghosts, ghouls & the devil in Barcelona

Started by Iberia Airlines Oct 31.

Fantastic Catalonia at a glance

Started by David Paul Appell Sep 28.

Madrid's superb subway marks one century this year

Started by Jeffrey Kunst Sep 3.

10 Barcelona bucket-listers

Started by David Paul Appell Jun 5.

6 impressive visitor attractions in Málaga

Started by Jose Balido Apr 19.

Barceloneta, where beaches meet nightlife in Barcelona

Started by Iberia Airlines Mar 14.

The 2019 Goya Awards, Spain's Oscars

Started by Iberia Airlines Feb 12.

The best things to do in Magaluf, Majorca

Started by Tripatini Jan 17.

The favourite Christmas song in Spain's Basque Country

Started by Joseba Basabe Dec 26, 2018.

Madrid's Plaza Mayor marks 400 years

Started by Max Pesling Nov 17, 2018.

6 of the best museums in Barcelona

Started by Tripatini Oct 8, 2018.

Barcelona is now the most vegetarian-friendly city in Spain

Started by María José Aug 29, 2018.

Spanish spots in '25 Top Spots for Fall Foliage in Europe'

Started by Iberia Airlines Aug 18, 2018.

5 ways Spain's Way of St. James can change your life

Started by Iberia Airlines Aug 6, 2018.

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Comment by David Paul Appell on May 29, 2012 at 3:21pm

Anyone interested in Majorca's secret Jewish history? Check out my blog post.

Comment by Tripatini on May 17, 2012 at 1:58pm
Comment by Tripatini on March 27, 2012 at 2:50pm

A Tripatini member is wondering how recommendable these days is the Costa Brava for a vacation - and if so, where are the best spots to choose?  If you can shed light on this, please respond not here but at this link to our Ask A Travel Expert forum.  Gracias!

Comment by Tripatini on February 29, 2012 at 2:47pm

Anyone know about especially authentic/less touristy flamenco options in Seville? One of our members would love to hear from you - and please reply not on this wall but at this link to our Ask A Travel .... Gracias!

Comment by Iberia Airlines on December 12, 2011 at 2:38pm

We have just received initial guidelines from the Spanish government reguarding minimum guaranteed service during the two one-day work stoppages by one of our pilots' unions; we still need to translate these guidelines into a list of specific flights that will or will not be affected, and are working to do that very quickly. In the meantime, you can get a better idea of how this strike will affect flights on short- medium- and long-haul routes at the following post on our blog:

http://megustavolar.iberia.com/2011/12/servicios-minimos-dictados-p...

Comment by Iberia Airlines on November 25, 2011 at 12:30pm

CaixaForum and Paris' Louvre Museum present Eugène Delacroix at the CaixaForum in Madrid: Drama, exoticism, movement, and color - the revolutionary and first modern painter to express Romanticism on canvas. Untill January 12, 2012. (Link below.) Book flights to Madrid on Iberia.com.

http://press.lacaixa.es/socialprojects/exhibition-delacroix-caixafo...

Comment by EnLinea Media on September 23, 2011 at 12:04pm
Can you help with suggestions for affordable accommodations in or near Barcelona?  If so, please respond by clicking on this like to "Ask A Travel Pro."
Comment by EnLinea Media on September 20, 2011 at 7:48am

Anyone familiar with Hotel La Barracuda in Torremolinos?  A member would love your opinion - please reply by clicking on this link to Ask A Travel Pro.

 

Muchas gracias!!

Comment by Jose R. Garrigo on August 26, 2011 at 3:03pm
Hi Richard,  I was in Alicante a couple of years ago.  Don't know where Calpe is.  There's a toll highway from Alicante to Madrid and it took us about four hours.  Nothing spectacularly beautiful.  There are trains from Alicante to Madrid.  Check www.renfe.com for itineraries and price.  You could fly but don't save time.  Alicante city is on the Mediterranean coast and attractive.  Great seafood.  Good fish or land paellas.  Nice local wines, including DO Alicante itself, Yecla and nearby Murcia.
Comment by Richard Simmons on August 26, 2011 at 2:26pm

Ola everyone !

 

I will be staying in Calpe, near Alicante quite soon, and would like to visit a friend in Madrid for a day or two.

I am interested to know the best way to travel to Madrid. Would I need to go from Alicante, or is there another way?

I would prefer to go by train for quickness, but am interested in any possible options. I'd very grateful if anyone has any info.

 

Best wishes,

Richard ( richsimmons333@hotmail.com )

 

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