Dear local expert ! I am looking for a nice place to stay between the beginning November and end March (kind of every year) where I could fly (close by ) easily for a couple of weeks, when the gray rainy days in The Netherlands are just TOOOOO much. Ultimately I would like to buy property ((3 bedrooms or so, to accommodate my childrens families as well, at times). However, as my husband is still working for some 6 years, it would be important to live in a city/ small medieval town with a nice pedestrian area. I would also not mind a nice terace with sea views .... BUT before going so far, we have planned to stay at the south coast of Spain during the winter months, to see, if it really would be something for us.
ALL tips are welcome and HIGHLY appreciated!
We are a party of 8 foot passengers. Would like to know the cost of Ferry from TARIFA - TANGIER and ! does the Ferry captain keep our passports. I know this was procedure for day trippers to Tangier. We hope to go over to Tangier, then down to Morroco for a couple of weeks on-a-budget. Anyone help. Thanks
what is the best way to visit the san isidoro del campo monastery. If one takes a taxi to go there from seville how can one get back? As for the bus I read it stops outside the entrance of italica. Is it too far from the monastery? Thank you very much.
Having had our holiday to Greece cancelled by Thomson, we are now heading to Frigiliana! Looks beautiful, but any practical information would be greatly received. Are mosquitos or wasps an issue? Is it cool in the evening ~ is a cardigan needed? Is it a safe area ~ anything to worry about?!
I will be traveling and touring the southern part of Spain and have read were many go across to Tangiers from Tarifa. My question is, is if possible to see another city in Morocco, besides Tangiers, on a one day excursion? For example, is it realistic to go to Fez for the day or is Tangiers my only option? If Fez, or some other city is an option, what kind of transportation options are there?
We want to spend 10 days in Cordoba next March (2015)
My husband wants to stay in ONE spot (Cordoba), because he really needs a rest.
However, we also want to visit Malaga and Seville for just one day/night each
So........is a train the way to go?
I am considering taking my first international trip solo to Seville Spain for about a week. I do not speak Spanish.....is it difficult to navigate the city? I would love to just wander the streets and see the sights.
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