Inspired variations of blue and white azulejos create a unique color palette in the city of Porto.Continue reading “Azulejos in Porto”
How can you not love a city with this friendly motto: “A Coruña, the city where nobody is an outsider.”Continue reading “A Coruña, Spain”
Santiago de Compostela is the capital of scenic Galicia, tucked away in the northwestern corner of Spain.Continue reading “The Galician Capital”
300,000+ pilgrims walk each year to worship the relics of St. James, buried in Santiago de Compostela.Continue reading “Pilgrim’s Destination”
Speeding through the Galician countryside on various train trips we were fortunate to spot dozens of hórreos.Continue reading “Pontevedra, Spain”
Our first stop in the Autonomous Community of Galicia, Spain was Ourense, named the ‘city of bridges’.Continue reading “Ourense, Spain”
With it’s blend of romanesque, modernist and art deco buildings, Zamora is an architectural gem.Continue reading “Zamora, Spain”
In the setting sun, Salamanca’s buildings glow gold, earning her the nickname, La Dorado, the golden city.Continue reading “The Golden City”
Magnificent Madrid, the capital of Spain, is chock full of museums, art, history, parks, culture and life.
If you are a bibliophile, a visit to the historic Joanina Library at the University of Coimbra should be added to your bucket list.