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Flowers and butterflies

¿Sabes lo que se dice en España? ¡Que la primavera la sangre altera! Y es que en esta época hay más horas de luz, los paisajes están preciosos y las terrazas de los bares se llenan de gente con ganas de salir. Hay planes atractivos para esta estación. Por ejemplo, puedes viajar al Valle del Jerte (en Extremadura) y experimentar lo que significa tener dos millones de cerezos en flor a tu alrededor. También te encantará hacer senderismo y contemplar los paisajes de los Lagos de Covadonga, el Lago de Sanabria, los Arribes del Duero (donde puedes subirte a un barco turístico), Ordesa y Monte Perdido o las Tablas de Daimiel. Quizá también te apetezca visitar alguno de nuestros jardines botánicos. Si hablamos de fiestas populares, con la entrada de la primavera llega la Semana Santa y más adelante se celebran la Feria de Abril de Sevilla y la Fiesta de los Patios de Córdoba, donde puedes dar un paseo por preciosos patios adornados con macetas de geranios, claveles y jazmines. Y siguiendo con las flores, en junio también se celebra el Corpus Christi y en lugares como San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Sitges o Ponteareas adornan las calles con enormes alfombras hechas con pétalos. Para obtener más información sobre cada uno de estos planes, sólo tienes que pinchar en la imagen o el texto que más te interese.


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  • Courtyards Festival in Cordoba, an event with the World Heritage award.

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    … Córdoba. Cordoba. (Andalusia) http://www.turismodecordoba.org/patios-de-cordoba.cfm . Every year in May, the city of Cordoba in Andalusia celebrates its famous Courtyards Festival, a tradition which was declared a part of our Intangible World Heritage by the UNESCO in 2012 and during which many of t…

  • Spain, a spring adventure.

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    … Feel like a bird, soaring across the sky with a paraglider. Defy the heights climbing. Go white water rafting on the fastest torrents of high mountain rivers. Spain is an excellent destination for adventure sports. And there is no better time than spring. What are the options? As many as you could w…

  • A weekend in Badajoz: the "Dehesa de Extremadura" Iberian ham route.

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    … Badajoz. (Extremadura) This route is a chance to enjoy and experience everything to do with the world of Iberian cured ham from an insider's point of view. You'll see signs of this tradition everywhere you look in the mountain areas in the south and west of Badajoz, visit the typical wooded pasture …

  • Garajonay: a forest that goes back millions of years.

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    … Gomera. (Canary Islands) What were the forests like in Europe millions of years ago? If you would like to know, come to the Canary Islands in Spain. You can find out for yourself visiting Garajonay National Park, in the highest part of La Gomera. This area has the UNESCO World Heritage designation, …

  • Andalusia in Spring.

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    … (Andalusia) In spring you will find Andalusia bursting with colour, fiesta and flavour, displaying all its magical splendour. In this season, the south of Spain has a very special atmosphere. Its people are full of joy and come together as at no other time to celebrate some of the region's most inte…

  • Adventures in the Sierra y Cañones de Guara Nature Reserve.

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    … Huesca. (Aragon) Each year, people in search of excitement in the great outdoors head for Aragón. This Region in northeastern Spain is home to the Sierra y Cañones de Guara Nature Reserve. With more than seventy different river gorges, it is a top European destination for the sport of canyoning. You…

  • Sant Jordi Festival in Barcelona.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) Roses, books and lovers: Barcelona is full of them on 23 April. In Catalonia the World Book Day becomes an especially romantic festivity. The people in Catalonia celebrate the day of their patron saint, Sant Jordi, with a curious tradition. If you want to know what it's about,…

  • The April Fair by day.

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    … Seville. (Andalusia) The April Fair is a guarantee of pure, unadulterated fun.The fairground and the marquees are always packed with people ready enjoy themselves,and the Sevillians’ friendly, party-loving nature is even more evident in these supremely festive days.  It's perfectly fine to engage in…

  • The April Fair by night.

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    … Seville. (Andalusia) The April Fair is basically about having fun.During these days, all the young people in Seville gather together in the roads leading to the fairground, intent on making the very most of a night of fun and high spirits.The only thing to do is to let go and enjoy the great atmosph…

  • Aranjuez for entertainment.

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    … Aranjuez. Madrid. Have fun in Aranjuez with your family. An option that will everybody will love is the Chiquitrén: an entertaining ride inspired by the old steam engines. Its route takes it round the large Prince’s Garden, where you can see pheasants, squirrels and peacocks spreading their coloured…

  • Covadonga Lakes, a legendary paradise.

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    … Asturias. In the heart of the oldest National Park in Spain, you will find an extraordinary place which is steeped in legend: the Covadonga Lakes. Let yourself be seduced by the beautiful, twisty road that leads to the lakes and which will slowly reveal a beautiful countryside made up of calm waters…

  • Easter in Spain.

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    … Come and share one of the most important and deep-rooted of Spanish celebrations with us. Easter commemorates the passion and death of Jesus Christ and is a celebration with centuries of history and tradition. Come and take part in these unique festivities - and take away memories that will last for…

  • Las Médulas, a landscape unique in all the world.

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    … León. (Castile-Leon) Come and see one of the strangest marks left on Spain by the Romans. It isn't an aqueduct, nor is it a circus, an amphitheatre or a bridge. It is a huge work of engineering which permanently transformed an area of mountains in the province of León, in northern Spain, creating a …

  • Spain's main squares.

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    … The Plaza Mayor is the “living room” for Spain's towns and cities. They are majestic, welcoming places, overflowing with life. When you discover them you will see that their special architecture sets them apart from other main squares to be found in Europe. They are a place for social encounters, bu…

  • Castile-La Mancha: a world of bird watching.

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    … (Castile-La Mancha) Spain is one of the best places in Europe to go bird watching. Its location on an important route for migrating birds means it is easy to spot a wide variety of bird life. Every year, many different species of birds choose the Region of Castile-La Mancha to rest or nest. Would yo…

  • Waterfalls: when water becomes a spectacle.

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    … Spain’s unique relief with many mountains and rivers, gives you the chance to see a stunning natural spectacle in the most unusual places: waterfalls. Would you like to see them for yourself? Here we present some of the most amazing waterfalls to be found in Spain. El Pozo de los Humos, in the provi…

  • Los Arribes del Duero, along the river trail.

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    … (Castile-Leon) In the area bordering the provinces of Salamanca and Zamora you will find one of inland Spain's most spectacular landscapes: los Arribes del Duero. Follow the trail marked out by the river canyon and you will discover the area's spectacular beauty. In inland Spain there are places tha…

  • Fishing in the rivers of Asturias.

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    … (Asturias) Asturias is a veritable paradise for anglers. Its deep rivers of crystal-clear water, constant drops and small waterfalls attract thousands of people every year, who test their patience and skill with the rod with one main goal in mind: to catch a salmon. Fishing raises high expectations …

  • River sources: a spectacle of nature.

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    … Witnessing the birth of some of Spain's rivers is a real spectacle. These rivers spring forth in areas where the landscapes and nature speak for themselves. Don't miss the chance to visit them. Requirements: comfortable clothing and footwear, and the desire to do some exercise. Not forgetting the ca…

  • San Francisco Park, an oasis in Oviedo.

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    … Oviedo. Asturias. Right in the heart of Oviedo we find San Francisco Park. A garden with wide avenues, peaceful paths and beautiful monuments where you can enjoy the scent of plants, the sound of fountains and the pleasant company of peacocks which freely guide visitors during their walks. This old …

  • María Luisa Park by horse and carriage.

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    … Seville. (Andalusia) Exploring María Luisa Park by horse and carriage is an altogether different experience. Bringing together nature, peace and distinction, you will recover the charms of a romantic era, enjoying this delightful garden in the heart of historic Seville. The first step to begin your …

  • The Jerte Valley, where everything turns white in spring.

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    … Jerte. Cáceres. (Extremadura) Come to Spain in March and you will be amazed by the beauty of two million blossoming cherry trees in the Jerte Valley, Region of Extremadura. Can you imagine looking out at beautiful mountains, covered in white, but with no snow to be seen? Then stop imagining and come…

  • Touring Lleida’s natural landscapes in a vintage train.

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    … Lleida. (Catalonia) Between the months of April and October a vintage train plies the route through the loveliest natural landscapes in the region of Lleida. The return journey departs from the plain of Lleida and goes as far as La Pobla de Segur, where you can see the peaks of the Pyrenees, after p…

  • The Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, at a leisurely pace.

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    … Huesca. (Aragon) In the Ordesa National Park you’ll find routes suitable for everybody, so you can explore, at your own pace, the valleys, pastures and rivers which lie at the foot of Monte Perdido, the highest peak (3,355 metres) in this part of Spain. A series of easily accessible trails will lead…