• Una persona con una mochila andando por el campo haciendo el camino De Santiago From France to Spain: Camino De Santiago

    The French way is the most famous of all the Camino de Santiago routes. It starts from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port (France) to Roncesvalles (Spain). If you want to do the French Way, these are the websites we recommend you to check.

  • aqueduct of Segovia by night Places to visit out of Madrid during the same day

    We all know that Madrid is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. But around Madrid there are so many more cities to explore. Madrid is surrounded by a lot of historical and underrated cities, like those mentioned below:

  • Atardecer en la alhambra con las montañas de fondo Must places to visit while in Granada

    Granada is one of the most popular cities of Spain. It's not only very touristic, but also a city full of students. Are you interested in visiting Granada? Do you want to visit all the good places in Granada? Then this post will worth your read!. 

  • una cámara de fotos antigua sobre un mapa mundial antiguo en el que hay tres fotos de París, Roma e Inglaterra Destinations to visit while in Spain

    While travelling within Spain can be a fulfilling experience in itself, part of what makes being abroad so fun is taking advantage of the surrounding countries.

  • Top 3 Countries to Study Abroad in Europe

    While it will not be possible to highlight every country or destination within Europe, today I will give you a snapshot of the top 3 countries to study abroad in Europe as a student. Let’s begin our Europe tour!

  • Top 3 Madrid Neighborhoods

    The city of Madrid is divided into 21 districts. Within these districts, there are 131 neighborhoods that make up the city. As a visitor to the city, it might be overwhelming to decide which neighborhoods to visit, where to stay, or what to do during a stay in the city. In this article, I will describe 3 neighborhoods that are a must to visit during your stay in Madrid.

  • A Walking Tour of Delicious Tapas in Madrid

    They are on street corners, spread across avenues, and tucked inside quaint neighborhoods. Just about anywhere you go in Madrid, you are sure to come across more than a few tapas restaurants. Tapas, or small appetizers, are a quintessential part of the Spanish diet and are a symbol of Spanish culinary culture.


    Madrid is a city known worldwide for its night-life and bar scene. At the same time, the city is also known for its baroque and neoclassical architecture. These architectural styles make the views of the city landscape of Madrid breathtaking. To enjoy the beautiful urban landscape of Madrid, it is a must to stop by Madrid’s rooftops for a drink, bite to eat, or just to stop and admire the view.

  • estación de metro de callao en madrid, con el edificio de Schwppes detrás HOW TO USE THE METRO IN MADRID

    The fastest, convenient and affordable way of getting around Madrid is by using their Metro, which also happens to be one of the biggest metros in Europe. The Metro of Madrid connects throughout the entire city as well as its suburbs; one can easily go to the airport by using the metro, that is how reliable it is.


    From the food, to the arts, to sports and the beautiful towns, Spain has many gems to offer to both the locals and those visiting the country for the first time. Yet, it can be a bit overwhelming when trying to decide what city to go first, where to stay and what places you must visit since you do not want to miss out on anything. Don’t worry, we are here to help make your trip easier and super fun! Here are all the gems of Spain that you should definitely visit.

  • 3 Top Madrid Museums

    When travelling through Madrid, many students will probably think of Retiro Park, the Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor, and Puerta del Sol, but did you know that Madrid is also home to some of Europe’s most renowned museums?