Whole Earth Guide

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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 from around the world

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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 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

Salvador Dali in Figures and Cadaques

Salvador Dali was born in Figures and ended his life there.

The town is home to the Salvador Dali museum which is well worth seeing. However, there is little else in the town to commend it and you'd be better moving on to Cadaqués once you've seen the museum.

Cadaqués is a still charming seaside resort. It's quite small and incredibly packed in the Summer season as indeed is the museum in Fi...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007


Granada is most famous for the Alhambra, the palace built during the period when Spain was occupied by the Moors and still towers above the city today.

The Alhambra itself dates from 1228, not long before the Spainish recaptured the area in 1238. Granada remained a state of the Christian kingdom for the next 250 years, gradually shrinking over that time. By the time of the voyages to America in...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

The Capitol of Spain and Spanish Nightlife - Madrid

If you want to see a Spanish city offering it's very best; if you wish to live the Spanish life right around the clock then there is only one city in Spain to head for...Madrid. Nowhere else in Europe is there a place where you can sightsee, eat, drink and party right around the clock and in such a frenetic and exciting environment than this city right in the centre of Spain.

Madrid is a cosmop...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

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