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Sweet sweet wine at Bodega Casa Antigua de Guardia (Malaga)

Malaga‘s old town has a ridiculously high concentration of good tapas bars, serving some of the best seafood in the country as well as a great selection of the region’s famous sweet wines. Bodega Casa Antigua de Guardia, almost unmissable thanks…

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7 Spanish bands you should have on your playlist

Okay, so Spanish bands don’t get as much attention as their American and British counterparts.  But there are some absolute gems to discover – and Gusto Guides has done all the hard work, so you don’t have to. Veneno Formed…

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Mount Teide National Park: rivers of lava

Mount Teide dominates the island of Tenerife, whether it be climate, skyline and geography.  At 3,718 metres and with an impressive profile, it’s easy to see why the island’s ancient inhabitants considered this a magical place and the gateway to Hell. For…

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Top 10 things to see in Barcelona

1. Parc Guell Parc Guell is one of the city’s biggest draws for visitors but is equally popular among locals, who make grateful use of the green space for picnics, afternoon strolls and sneaky outdoor naps when the summer heat…

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City Guide Ciutadella: Menorca’s Golden City

No visit to Menorca would be complete without a visit to the island’s former capital, Ciutadella.  On the Western side of the island, this small city is a hub for travellers, creative types and a bustling local community that thrives…

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Catalunya’s Curious Christmas Traditions

Christmas comes this time each year.  No prizes to the Beach Boys for that lyrical insight.  But what Brian and co might not tell you is that Catalunya, the autonomous province to the North East of Spain that has Barcelona…