• Spain

  • The 30 Best Tips for Your Trip to Spain
  • By: Traveling The World
  • Narrated by: Lily Doiron
  • Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (76 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Spain is a very beautiful country. Over the years, it has been populated from various empirical civilizations and religious movements. Much of the Spanish culture has been created from this mix, which can be seen in their sports, music, architecture, arts, food, and music. If this is your first time in Spain, you should plan your trip in detail. If not, you most certainly will miss out on some of the best places to be at and things to see. This audiobook will help you to make the most out of your time in Spain. You will get to know the most fascinating things to do and see in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, and Granada, to name a few of the most beautiful locations to be at. This audiobook provides some unique suggestions and will help you to make this the best time of your life.

Here is a preview of the tips you will get in the audiobook:

  • The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia
  • Visit the Royal Palace of Madrid
  • The Seville Cathedral
  • What to Do in Granada
  • The Beauty of Zaragoza
  • And much, much more!

©2017 Traveling The World (P)2017 Traveling The World

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Easy to follow and extremely useful!

I love traveling however my body doesn't always want to cooperate-specifically my joints. I have earlier traveled to several of the spots. During my travels, I had visited many of the places she had suggested. Listening to the audiobook I learned of more things I would do if I returned-I wish I had seen the audiobook before spending a month in France.
This audible is very detail-oriented and is a great start for someone who has booked/is considering booking a trip to Spain.

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Great suggests & easy to understand

I enjoyed listening to The 30 Best Tips for Your Trip to Spain. My dad has difficulty climbing stairs, and overall poor movement due to health conditions. Listening to this audiobook has given me great input to make trips a lot easier. I shared the audible with my dad, we decided to schedule our first trip together to Spain. We’ve been wanting to do this for a while, we never thought it would be reasonable with his limitations, but after listening to this audiobook to him he has felt spurred and granted. Thank you for sharing your write-up and for making this trip a reality to us! Best wishes!!

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I use this book for my next trip.

This travel guide is addressed in so much detail. If you follow the tips you most seemingly have a great time. I am just back from India and found the book very helpful.
Transportation choices are easy to understand and in great detail in prices and tours.

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Fabulous work about Spain!

Traveling The World is an outstanding author. It writes from the heart. A great audible about Spain. Couldn't wait to turn every page.

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There is More to the Spain

Traveling The World writes another must-follow audiobook. Like other audiobooks written by this team of authors, the journey is not the only story going on at the same time. While you feel the pain of the walk, the author also takes you along for the emotional part of the journey.

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Little but good work.

I got this audiobook for my son who is traveling to Spain for holiday. He enjoyed the effective information about tourist attractions. It is really worth it.

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Easy to naviagate to various cities

This guide is great to follow. The style is clear. The recommendations are both effective and easy to understand. The suggested itineraries are good.

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I’m ready to put a camper on my truck and head across the country! Truly a snapshot of Ireland

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I had enjoyed "Walden on Wheels" and unknowingly

I had enjoyed "Walden on Wheels" and unknowingly also bought this book and enjoyed it as well. A well-balanced view of our time of oil and climate challenges.

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Very well received. She loves it. Has already started making notes and highlighting what they'd like to do.

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Located in one of the most spectacular settings

Located in one of the most spectacular settings imaginable, Ronda, in the south of Spain, straddles the steep El Tajo gorge, overlooking the valleys and hills that lie before it.

Spanning the breadth of the gorge is Puente Nuevo, the city’s main landmark built in 1793. The impressive bridge connects the more modern El Mercadillo part of town with El Ciudad, the old Moorish quarter, which is home to marvellous churches, elegant palaces and pretty gardens. The town is considered to be the cradle of modern Spanish bullfighting; its neoclassical ring is the oldest such building in the country.

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Segovia is famed for its historical sights.

Segovia is famed for its historical sights. Within its walled Old Town you can find the Aqueduct of Segovia, which was built around 100 AD by the Romans. While this engineering marvel acts as the city’s symbol, other astonishing sights, such as a grand and gorgeous Gothic cathedral and numerous churches, convents and monasteries, can be found nearby.

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The capital and largest city of the province

The capital and largest city of the province of the same name, Segovia is set in a scenic spot with the Sierra de Guadarrama mountains rising in the distance. Its sun-kissed streets straddle the Eresma River on Spain’s Inner Plateau with Valladolid and Madrid lying not far away.

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Quite rocky and rugged,

Quite rocky and rugged, Ibiza is lined by beautiful bays and beaches; this, coupled with its warm, sunny and dry climate, makes it a great beach holiday destination. The largest city on the island, Ibiza Town boasts a majestic walled old town perched atop of a hill overlooking the sea.

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The third largest of the Balearic Islands,

The third largest of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza is located off the east coast of Spain, surrounded by the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean. While it is famous for its pounding nightlife and summer club scene which attract world-renowned DJs to its shores, the island actually has many other different sides.

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The charming city is particularly noted

The charming city is particularly noted for its casas colgadas – or hanging houses – which are built over the side of the clifftop upon which Cuenca is perched. Besides being phenomenal feats of engineering, these astounding edifices make for some fantastic photos and are best viewed from the bridge of San Pablo.

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One of the most popular cities to visit

One of the most popular cities to visit in the Castilla La Mancha region of Spain, Cuenca is located in a precarious position at the point where two deep river gorges meet. Its strategic setting saw it fought over, conquered and ruled by both the Muslims and Christians, with Napoleon himself leaving his mark in the early 1800s.

This makes it fascinating to explore; lots of centuries-old churches, a cathedral, and a castle can be found hidden away among the meandering streets of its medieval old town. While its beautiful buildings are painted in warm hues, vivid colors and daring designs coat the walls of its numerous modern art galleries and museums.

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Life in the city revolves around the busy

Life in the city revolves around the busy and bustling Plaza Mayor, which is lined by cafes, bars and restaurants. The expansive and elegant square looks particularly magical at night when its majestic buildings are lit up.

Nearby, you can find other stunning places to see such as the New and Old Cathedrals, both of which exhibit exquisite architecture. Like the rest of the city, they are built out of sandstone. It is these warm hues that lend Salamanca its nickname – La Dorada, or ‘Golden City’.

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The capital and largest city of the province

The capital and largest city of the province of the same name, Salamanca lies on the banks of the Tormes River on Spain’s Northern Plateau. Widely considered to be one of the most beautiful Renaissance cities in the whole of Europe, its historic center is full of architectural treasures and incredible monuments that date back centuries.

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Celebrated as one of the most important architect

Celebrated as one of the most important architectural works of its time, the Guggenheim Museum now shines as Bilbao’s city symbol. Devoted to modern and contemporary art, this giant complex of interconnecting buildings presents a massive work of abstract sculpture that suggests a maritime theme with its simulation of ship outlines and shimmering fish scales.

Other places to go in Bilbao include the 14th century Gothic Cathedral of Santiago and the Basilica de Begoña. Built in 1909 and recently refurbished, the Alhondiga is a multipurpose complex housing a library, restaurants and a rooftop swimming pool with a glass floor.