Walking the Camino de Santiago: Northern Route

The Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James) is a combination of ancient pilgrim walking routes which start across Europe, culminating at the tomb of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain. At the end of our masters program we really wanted to go for a hike in Spain.

Enjoy the beaches of San Sebastian in 13km Walking

The beautiful Spanish town of San Sebastian, also known as Donostia in Basque, is located along the water in the mountainous Basque Country. Enjoy the picturesque boardwalk right along the city with endless beach and tapas bars. Once the sun goes down, head to the Old City to enjoy the town late

Stroll through Segovia, Spain: A 3km Walking Travel Guide

Segovia is a small and historic city, just an hour drive north of Madrid, Spain. You can explore its rich history through its remaining architecture including medieval walls, Romanesque churches, a former royal palace and most notably its Roman aqueduct. This cute city makes for a perfect day trip or

Exploring Historic Zaragoza, Spain in 7km

Puente de la Piedra, Zaragoza Spain

The city of Zaragoza (also spelled Saragossa) in northeastern Spain dates back over 2,000 years. The small city with its rich history and vibrant culture makes for the perfect weekend getaway destination. When heading out for dinner make sure to taste traditional Aragonese cuisine, especially the roast lamb, known as ternasco. Zaragoza, Spain Walking Travel

Visit Bilbao, Spain in 10 Kilometers

Bilbao, Spain is the largest city in Basque Country. This 14th century city has many rich examples of architecture ranging from classical styles to modern contemporary works. No visit to Bilbao is complete without visiting the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao or seeing the Athletic Club de Bilbao play. Fully experience Bilbao with our 10km

Experience the Kingdom of Spain in 6 Royal Sites

With over 500 years of royal leadership, the Kingdom of Spain has an endless amount heritage relating to its Kings and Queens. To learn about the long and complex history, it is best to do it first hand through visiting the royal sites themselves. We have compiled the six best