decided to begin your holiday and you still don’t have an idea on where to
spend it. We can aid you with some wonderful suggestions and plan something for
your perfect trip. We can assist you to choose if you are going to spend a week
anywhere or take some long needed time and get to know a new country for a
longer stay and visit just about every part of it.
Do you like to
quietly enjoy the beach, drinking new cocktails with weird names, visit a place
or two to learn something new about the country, enjoy the club scene and meet
some new folks, then you should absolutely stay a week or two on the coastline
Let me explain
why, where and how!
If you want to
visit the coast of Spain, you should definitely start with Malaga and its
surroundings. It’s a marvelous city for a good prolonged vacation where you
won’t get bored touring the city or getting some tan on the beach, and here you
can have your pick too. The city of Malaga, in recent years, has become a very
significant gastronomic destination in the Costa del Sol. A lot of diverse
cuisine can be found in here, but, above all the most distinguished is "fried
fish”, so characteristic of Malaga. Most Malaga restaurants are based on the
known recipes of the Mediterranean diet. Popular dishes are increasingly
revalued by consumers’ demands. Tapas is a very famous word in all of Spain and
touring Malaga and not trying it, would be a crime. It is a technique to try
different dishes that every restaurant offers on its menu. There you can find
traditional dishes of Malaga and at the same time the most ground-breaking and
You want to relax for a while and find a beach
to read a book, or work on your tan drinking a famous cocktail. Let’s see your
choices. It’s very tough to pick the best or the favorite beach because they
are a lot of them in Malaga and each and every one has something specific about
You can find
fine sand beaches, urban beaches and semi-urban and wild ones, all scattered
along more than 40 kilometers of coastline. We will try and give you a few
choices so you may have your pick.
San Julian beach
is positioned nearby the golf course and the airport and it has about 1800m in
length and width of 50m. It has a normal tenancy level and one of its areas is
frequented by nudists. So if you would love to have an adventures summer
holiday and try something new, this beach is for you. The sand is dark, usually
has vegetation and moderate waves. It has a lot of services and you can access
it by car. It is a very reclusive beach, ideal for combining a golf holiday and
taking some sun, as it has a direct access from Malaga golf court – "Parador
San Andres beach
is an urban beach with a dark sand situated between the port and Huelin beach.
It has about 1950 m of length and width of 50 m. It is a very famous beach
because it has a lot of history in it. It is well-known because there it was
immortalized the moment of the shooting of general Torrijos in a painting of Antonio
Gisbert Perez in the Prado Museum.
But the most
eminent and crowded is the Malagueta beach. Because of its central location in
the quarter of the identical name and because of all the restaurants, small
workshops, bars and cafes it is renowned and enjoyed beach. Here you can hang
out with local people, enjoy some Spanish music, dance on the beach while some
famous DJ is mixing some bits.
If you like to
absorb the cultural share of Malaga you can begin with the Picasso museum and
the famous Cathedral of Malaga, both located in the epicenter of the city. Go
see the eminent bullring a real national asset of Spain. Climb the Mount of
Gibralfaro so you can grasp the entire city and the length of the Malaga coast.
You can enjoy the view while drinking some Spanish wine or sangria and taste
the land you are touring. A castle is situated at the peak of the hill and
there you can get the sensation that you are in a diverse time and place with
all the beautiful walls and gardens surrounding you. There is no view as the
one from the highest point of Malaga. Enjoy it!
But, what if you
would want to devote more of your time visiting a country and really relish it?
Learn about the culture, learn some historical facts, maybe even learn to speak
the language of the locals and enjoy your prolonged stay there. Our choice is
Germany, especially Bon, Dusseldorf, and Cologne.
If you travel by
plane, Bonn has a first-rate airport. You can land there and become part of the
numerous visitors giving their best to find the magic of the place. Bonn today
is one of German’s oldest cities. If you decide to stay here for an extended
period of time you will make an excellent choice. Every day you can see a
different place, like the opera house, one of its museums, the Beethoven house.
But remember, you are a visitor here, so you can enroll in a German course,
visit a typical German bar where you can taste some famous beer and talk to
some locals. Tomorrow maybe go for a few days and explore Cologne and taste its
beer as well, because you must remember, in Germany each city has its peculiar
beer and drinking your way through them would be a fun way to get acquainted
with a big part of Germany.
is its famous gothic cathedral – Dom. The city has a past dating back 2000 years.
So, you will find the whole lot from Roman fortifications to fine illustrations
of contemporary buildings, through gothic basilicas. It also has an extensive
diversity of arts centers, such as Applied Arts, The Ludwig museum, the
well-known Perfume museum, and, if you have a sweet tooth even a Chocolate
Museum. Imagine a place where you can see the whole process of how a chocolate
is made and where you can pick the flavor and all the ingredients for your
favorite chocolate and watch as they make it in front of you. We are certain
that you will devote a lot of your leisure time there enjoying the whole
process, from the production until the end product, where they wrap your sweet
chocolate and put your name on it. Amazing place! Just grab a book, order a hot
chocolate and spend a day at the museum surrounded by all the cacao.
You can start a
Rhine River Cruise in Cologne and pop to the next one – Dusseldorf enjoying the
flow of the river. Throughout your journey, you can acquire a lot about the
history of the place, some local secrets, and some famous facts. The river is a
good place to make some new international friends, who know where the trip will
take you. Enjoy your time the best you can!
Dusseldorf, you can take the maximum of the lively city with a lot of trade and
cultural places to stroll along and a good chance to educate yourself. Situated
on the Rhine – here you can listen to Wagner music with beautiful walks along
its banks, lined with bars and restaurants and a festive relaxed air. But
remember to take your umbrella with you. This whole region is known for its
rain. The weather can be very sunny and out of nowhere the sky just opens up
and everybody is pulling out their umbrellas. People are used to it, and you’ll
get used to it too.
you can taste food from all around the world because of the varied diversity of
nationalities sharing this city. International restaurants coexisting with
typical German taverns can be mostly found in the Altstadt. The most typical
dishes in Dusseldorf are usually with grilled or roasted meat, beef, sausages,
and mussels from Rhineland. It is a gastronomy heaven for carnivores. And to
top it all, its famous Altbier, the typical town beer, or a wine from the Rhine
region. You can have your preference for each meal.
When you pick a
place for a prolonged visit, or a simple tourist sightseeing you can have an
awesome time there if you do some research about it beforehand. Here we are
arming you with material and encouragement so you can pack your bags and go
straight to the airport and choose the next flight. Being able to travel where
ever we want it’s something we all enjoy. But being able to visit a country and
stay there for a long time it’s a privilege. So what country would you choose
and what for?