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Whole Earth Guide

Let us be your tourist guide to the world. As we expand into new countries, we'll give you all the information that you need to know before you go and show you all the highlights of each country and region. Along the way we'll reveal places that you can stay with the service levels you thought had long since gone.

Whole Earth Guide in Spain

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Santiago de Compostella

Santiago is world famous for its magificent cathedral and the thousands of pilgrims that it attracts throughout the year, but what is the town really like?

In fact the section of the town that is most famous is actually quite small. Itís very easy to walk right around the famous section in under an hour if you donít dawdle and in fact almost all of the tourists and pilgrims (itís often difficul...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

Barcelona - the Rambla area

The Rambla area is ďtheĒ place to go in Barcelona.

During the day there isnít a great deal to see in the Rambla itself as itís basically just a long wide street with an assortment of small kiosks selling newspapers and some souvenirs at one end and on-street restaurants at the other end. In amongst this youíll find a series of the street-theatre statues of varying degrees of interest. At the mo...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

Sitges

Sitges is a very lively resort in the Summer months but is a good deal quieter once you get into Autumn.

Although the majority of the shops are still open, the town has a feeling of closing down for the Winter about it with a number of the more upmarket shops already close up and the much lower number of tourists limit the extent of the promenading pretty much exclusively to the central section...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

Cadiz

You'll have probably heard of Cadiz in connection with the Spanish Armada or the voyages of Christopher Columbus when it was a thriving port not only that but it's actually the oldest continuously inhabited city in western Europe.

With all that history, you'd expect some major league historical landmarks to be around but you'll be disappointed as today the city is very much an also-ran location...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

Cordoba

Cordoba is at the northernmost section of Andalucia and well inland from the coastal resorts which means that it gets very, very hot in the Summer.

The city was founded by the Romans who went on to build the bridge now called "El Puente Romano". However, the city reached its peak under the arab occupation and their legacy remains visible throughout the present day city most notably in the Great...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

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