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Recent Europe reviews

  • Great week at Il Podesta in Panicale, Italy

    "The view from the balcony was wonderful. The apartment was even nicer than the pictures. The apartment was handy to the rest of town. The apartment was very nice and exceptionally well stocked. The town was great, its views and all the restaurants I tried. The owners and people at Bar Gallo were very welcoming. The wine dinner at Massolinos was a real treat. Try the gelato and bruschetta at Bar Gallo. Katia is far and away the best manager I ever had."
    Guest: Theresa Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 15, 2014
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  • A magical week in Rome!!!

    "From the moment I contacted Natalia and Walter about this rental prior to a cruise, I knew it was special. They arranged for pick up at the airport upon our arrival as well as to our cruise port and return to the airport. When we arrived, Natalia stopped by to make sure things were in order and helped us plan our itinerary. She even gave us ideas of additional places to go in the area we would not have known about, and her tips on restaurants in the area were outstanding. Having a cell phone to contact them was also greatly appreciated as was the free wifi access. We traveled with another couple, and the apartment was roomy enough for 4 adults and fully equipped for our stay. The beds were extremely comfortable and the second bath was a plus with four adults. The temperature was warm for October, so having an air conditioner if needed was a great perk. The washer was also great since our visit was prior to a cruise and we could wash clothes. We enjoyed the neighborhood, the feeling of safety where ever we walked, and the easy access to the Colosseum and San Clemente right down the street. We thought a week would be adequate, but wish we had more time in Rome to enjoy the city and the hospitality offered by Natalia and Walter. Thank you for a magical week in Rome!!"
    Guest: RyleeM Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 2, 2014
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Spain Travel Tips

Visitors to Spain Vacation Rentals

Spain attracts travelers who enjoy the sunshine and a great vacation vibe. The Spanish people are known for their festive nature where almost anything is an excuse to have a celebration. There are many age-old traditions such as bull fighting and the running of the bulls that still take place today. Festivals and events take place throughout the summer season, and visitors can join in and enjoy the celebrations. For those with an interest in art, culture, history and architecture, Spain offers a wide variety of museums and historical attractions. Outdoor adventurers can enjoy trekking and hiking in the northern Pyrenees mountains. Beach lovers can laze on the many beautiful beaches along the coast.

Traveling to Spain Villas

Spain has more than 30 international airports. The primary international airport, however, is Madrid. For flights from across the Atlantic and other parts of the world, you will most likely first fly into Madrid before connecting on to your domestic destination. If you are already in Europe, you can take advantage of the many low-cost airline deals that fly to the various smaller international airports. From London, for example, you can get direct flights to Ibiza or Majorca. In Spain, there are frequent domestic flights connecting the various cities. Once there, one of the best ways to get around is by bus. While there is an extensive rail network, it does not include stops in many of the smaller coastal towns. Car hire is easily available if you want to explore independently. The country roads are generally not too congested but city traffic can be somewhat chaotic.

Top Spain Travel Attractions

Spain has a little bit of everything: A rich cultural heritage, vibrant nightlife, excellent dining, beautiful beaches, outdoor adventures and much more are available. For a cultural experience, visit the vibrant cities of Barcelona or Madrid. In these cities, you can be amazed by the artistic architectural styles, visit beautiful cathedrals and ancient museums. A big part of the modern-day culture is football and it is an experience to watch one of the local games in the stadiums. Spanish people are generally friendly and you can soon find yourself as part of the crowd. Just make sure that you are supporting the same teams as your new friends.

Madrid is known for its excellent nightlife. Be prepared for an all-night dancing expedition if you do plan to head out. Most clubs only open at midnight and close when the sun comes up the next morning. The various coastal regions are a bustle of activity during the summer months. Spend the days lazing on the beach, enjoying a leisurely cruise sailing or fishing on the Mediterranean Sea. The islands of Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza are known to be the playground for the rich and famous. If you want to do some celebrity spotting, this is the place to be. Spain has an extensive wine region and the majority of the wines are sold locally. Many blends and cultivars are unique to Spain.

Best Seasons to Visit Spain

Spain is known throughout Europe as a summer vacation destination. The peak travel season is during July and August as literally millions of visitors flock to the warm sunshine and beautiful beaches along the coast. Spain enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate which results in long, dry summer days. The weather starts to warm from April and stays mild until early October along the coastal regions. Travelers who want to avoid the summer crowds can travel earlier or later in the season. If you want to experience the cultural side of Spain, then plan your travels around Holy Week which is the start of many festivals. Other events take place throughout the summer season.

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