Imprints of ancient architecture in Toledo

Located in southern Spain, about 70 km from Madrid, is the lovely ancient city of Toledo, fully embraced by the Tagus River. With a history of more than 2000 years, Toledo has become an ancient center in the heart of Spain, proudly recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site in 1986, where many cultures and constructions converge.

Unique ancient architecture, the virtue from the prosperous years as the capital of Spain in the years 567 – 711 and 1085 – 1561. This is the ideal choice for travelers who love the breakthrough from the strokes historic.

The first destination of this city is Alcazar Fort, located at the highest position and built in Roman times. Alcazar Fort has square floors, each side has towers. Each side has its own architectural style. The front of the fortress is in Renaissance architecture; the second side is Plateresque; the third face is medieval architecture; and the fourth side in the Churigueresque way.

During the Spanish Civil War from 1936-1939, the Alcazar fort was almost completely destroyed during the 70-day siege of 1936. Subsequently, the fort was rebuilt to make a Military Museum.

After wandering around the streets of Alcazar and the fortress of Alcazar, you still have to visit some of Toledo’s famous monuments. For example, Toledo’s main church was built in 1226 and took more than 250 years to complete. This is a Christian cathedral with gothic architecture combined with Mudejar style of the Moorish Muslim, you have the opportunity to enjoy the strange, beautiful and famous architecture of this cathedral.

As the sun rises, the sun slowly shines through a hole in the roof of the cathedral and the sunlight moves, illuminating a few minutes on a large altar statue opposite. The statue is divided into two parts: the upper part is the statue depicting “light and angel,” the lower part is the statue of Our Lady holding Jesus Christ at birth.

Experience dust travel Madrid – Spain

Madrid is not just a city, it is a large European capital, with a population of more than 4 million people in the central area and more than 5 million people in the suburbs. People come to Madrid not only for tourism, but also to experience the capital of Spain with extremely lively nightlife, culture, “Royal” brand lifestyle and architectural works. Unique art of this city.

A 3-4 day trip for backpackers is beautiful, visiting some museums, the Bernabeu stadium and especially making a day-trip to the surrounding areas, it will be a great experience. Memorable experience with anyone.

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As a young city with a liberal lifestyle, Madrid people like to play at night and drink until morning. The cost of accommodation in Madrid is also cheap in Europe. However, because it is a young city, the architecture here is very new, most built in the 20th century.

Most tourists flying to Madrid will land at Madrid Barajas Airport, about 12km north of the city center. Madrid airport is very large with 4 main terminals and serves dozens of airlines every day. To get into the city center you can choose Metro, Taxi or Shuttle bus, all of these vehicles are easy to find from the point where you get your luggage when landing at Madrid airport.

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Madrid has two large long-distance train stations, Charmartin and Atocha. Charmartin is located in the north of the city taking on trains from the north and east. By night train from Lisbon to Madrid you will come to this station. Atocha Station is located on the southeastern edge of the city, specializing in trips to the south or west of Spain. If you take the Renfe fast AVE train or the Alvia Express train you will have to come to this Atocha station. Some of Spain’s domestic trains can stop at both stations, so be sure to check your train schedules and stops carefully.

 

 

 

 

 

Experience dust travel Madrid – Spain

Madrid is not just a city, it is a large European capital, with a population of more than 4 million people in the central area and more than 5 million people in the suburbs. People come to Madrid not only for tourism, but also to experience the capital of Spain with extremely lively nightlife, culture, “Royal” brand lifestyle and architectural works.

As a city in southwestern Europe, near the Mediterranean Sea, the weather in Madrid is hotter than the rest of Europe. In the summer of July, August was the peak heat of Madrid, but still much more comfortable than the hot and humid style of Vietnam. The humidity here is low so it is not too harsh, you should spend time to Madrid in the month of April or September, October is beautiful. Winter in Madrid is also very cold, snow covered many roads in the city. Going to Madrid at this time does not seem very reasonable.

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A 3-4 day trip for backpackers is beautiful, visiting some museums, the Bernabeu stadium and especially making a day-trip to the surrounding areas, it will be a great experience. Memorable experience with anyone.

Taxis in Madrid have a lot, but you try to find companies that have registered to avoid private cars, ask them to turn on the speedometer. Taxi prices from the airport to the city center fluctuate around € 30 depending on the level of traffic, you should avoid peak hours.

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Metro line 8 will take you into the city, to the end you can change the line to line 6 or 10 at the Nuevos Ministerios point to return to the hotel you have reserved. Please note that Metro Nuevos Ministerios station will have an elevator or escalator for you to go and transfer trains. Coming here, besides going to Metro, you can choose to the bus.

Exiting from Nuevos Ministerios station and walk a bit to Paseo de Castellana and you will see a bus stop, take the south bus number 14 or 27 to Atocha. Usually small Metro stations will not have an elevator and you will have to be careful with your bulky luggage.

48 hours in the capital of Madrid, Spain

Known as a tourist paradise and a meeting place of the elite of human culture, Madrid is the dream destination of many tourists. And what would you do if you only have 48 hours in this city, let us experience!

Madrid is not only a large city in Spain, it is a large European capital, with a population of more than 4 million people in the central area and more than 5 million people in suburban areas.

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People come to Madrid not only for tourism, but also to experience the capital of Spain with extremely vibrant nightlife, culture, “Royal” brand lifestyle and architectural works. Unique art of this city.

We take a walk around the boulevard, whether by day or at night, is a very interesting experience. This neighborhood is home to hundreds of shops, cafes, and restaurants lined up crowded, very crowded and crowded.

This is also the main road through major boulevards in Madrid. Right in the center of Gran Via avenue, you will recognize the tallest building in Europe in 1929 with a watch with impressive and unique style. You can even save great photos while walking here.

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The ancient Debod temple was formerly located in the Nile valley of Egypt. When the government built the Aswan hydroelectric dam in the 1960s, Unesco called on many countries to preserve the ancient temples.

The Debod Temple was given to Spain by the Egyptian government to thank the country’s help for helping Egypt preserve a larger temple. The temple is currently located in Madrid park, next to a small museum.

El Rastro is one of the largest flea markets in Europe. The market is made up of thousands of stalls crowded on the streets around Plaza de Cascorro. There are thousands of stalls on display filled with streets. Here, you’ll find loads of accessories, goods and items with a strong local identity. Today, El Rastro is a place where you can find everything from old clothes and antiques to exotic computer parts and jewelry.

Holding hands to travel to the Spanish islands

Spain is known as the tourist paradise of the West. Coming to this beautiful country, you will be able to choose for yourself a lot of famous and wonderful destinations. The first island on this list is one of the beautiful islands belonging to the Canary Islands. This is exactly where Columbus began his journey to discover America.

And coming here, you will be overwhelmed with beautiful, unique trees creating a wonderful forest. Along with that, traveling to these Spanish islands, you will be able to explore the beautiful rocky hills and waterfalls. This is indeed a great resort location for travelers who want to enjoy themselves a long trip with family and friends.

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Another unspoiled island is your ideal getaway is Minorca Island. This beautiful island is one of the top peaceful resorts in Spain. This is the place where visitors can find themselves peace when immersed in the beautiful nature here.

One of the perfect tourist destinations for Spanish islands that you need to consider is the small island called Formentera. The island is also famous for visitors sunbathing – naked on the sand. Don’t be shy about that.

This is a place where travelers who love the wilderness like it very much because it’s quite deserted. The peak time of this island is around July or August of the year. If you want to travel at this time, you should book a hotel early to keep the room.

The next island on the list of tourist destinations to the Spanish islands is Ibiza. This beautiful island is especially vibrant at night. It is very famous for the nightclubs and beach parties you often see on dramas.

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There are parties starting at 7pm and ending in the morning of the next day. Not to mention if you want to go to the market, there is an outdoor market for visitors to visit and sell a lot of handicrafts and delicious fresh food.

Visit and enjoy nature on this island. You can also explore the huge natural caves on the island yourself.

Coming soon to open the world’s most expensive restaurant on Ibiza island

Hard Rock Hotel will launch the world’s most expensive SubliMotion restaurant on June 13. This hotel is famous in the world for lively rock shows.

Hard Rock Hotel is located on the island of Ibiza – located in the Balearean Islands, Spain, famous for its dance clubs, singing and exciting good times. Behind the hotel is an island with countless beautiful views of the Mediterranean with a radiant, wild and private beauty.

Ibiza Island is one of the rare islands recognized by Unesco as a world heritage. It possesses beautiful natural scenes and humanistic architectures. Beaches, gulfs, vegetation, deep cliffs and stone-built villages … all exist on the island, one of the most beautiful Mediterranean destinations. Hard Rock Hotel is the most beautiful hotel of this beautiful island.

Hard Rock Hotel has 493 rooms, will open the world’s most expensive SubliMotion restaurant on June 13. This old restaurant is famous in the world for lively rock music sessions.

Opening the world’s most expensive restaurant, Hard Rock Hotel will host a live music theme called “Sleep Like a Rock” on an outdoor stage with a 46inch flat screen, a large bar, and have swimming pool.

In particular, the restaurant has a world-class gymnasium and other modern facilities reserved for rock star Marley.

At the SubliMotion restaurant, guests will enjoy typical Mediterranean dishes, served by the hotel’s top two chefs. 20-course dinner menu. Besides, there is a sports area and exclusive area for visitors to enjoy the beautiful view of Ibiza island from the top of the hotel.

With two swimming pools and Eden pool with the technology of artificial sun-forming machines and outdoor freshwater tanks serving high-class drinks on the spot, Hard Rock hotel really gives visitors moments of rest and comfort. comfortable.

In particular, in the opening ceremony of the world’s most expensive restaurant, Hard Rock Hotel will host a biggest Rock Spa party on Ibiza island. A sandy and windy area, 1,350m2 wide will be the place for this banquet.

Travel experience and schedule to travel to the beautiful Ibiza island of Spain

The best time to go to Ibiza often does not depend on the climate but often people choose to come here depending on the holiday.

The summer months from the end of May to the beginning of October are the peak months, the stars spend a lot of time, parties on the island all night. This is also the season for water activities such as windsurfing, flyboarding, slingshots, … and is the peak when restaurants operate at full capacity to welcome guests.

From May to October is also an occasion for cultural activities, such as traditional folk dance, festivals and sports activities such as walking or boating, climbing, .. Winter months are more deserted, though it will be quieter, but I do not recommend you to come this season, because Ibiza is the vibrant beach and party!

Air travel is the simplest way to get to Ibiza. There are many direct flights from many major cities in Europe to Ibiza because the island is famous as well as a convenient location. You can fly from Paris, Lisbon, Rome, … to Ibiza.

During my trip I flew to Ibiza from Lisbon using TAP Air Portugal, and left Ibiza for Naples with Vueling. A friend in the group flew back to Ibiza from Paris. Due to being the island of Spain, Vueling seems to have the most flights to Ibiza, when looking for tickets, you should go to this company first.

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If you come from some coastal cities in Spain such as Barcelona or Valencia, you can choose the option to take a ferry. You can also consider going back and forth between Ibiza and another beautiful island of Spain Mallorca. See the Mallorca experience here.

Ferry time from Barcelona is about 7-9h, and from Valencia it is closer so the time is shorter. There are two main ferry companies for Ibiza trips that cover each airline for about 6 or 7 flights for week.

Guide to exploring tourism in Ibiza

Besides those who are simply looking for a place of sun and sea, Ibiza is a famous place from rock stars and young artists dancing wildly. The club that this island side is also famously concentrated mainly in the south of the island.

Founded as Ibosim by the Carthage people in the middle of 7th century BC, Eivissa developed a flourishing economy based on exports of salt, ceramics, glass and agricultural products. Evidence for this prosperity are the Ibizan coins found throughout the Mediterranean. But if Ibiza had a flourishing past, its present is no less prosperous.

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Since the 1960s has attracted visitors: first those who go to find sophisticated nightlife as well as sunshine, sand and surf the web. Then there is a holiday package destination for young travelers, whose nightlife is no longer too complicated, but start entering bars and discos near the harbor and don’t end until good after dawn.

Ibiza Town is the capital of the island, dominated by its old town, Dalt Vila, whose walls are the longest in Spain. In the walls, you will find a gravel maze packed with whitewashed houses, small bars, shops, flea markets and restaurants serving local food. The capital has two archaeological museums containing an artistic treasure of the Carthage. Puig des Molins, built adjacent to a graveyard, and tours of burial rooms are given.

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This is the beach, however, most people go for. They started just south of the town, but the best, and certainly the most sophisticated, often agreed were those in Las Salinas. Santa Eularia, to the north, is an important resort, as Sant Antoni on the west coast, although this is a lot of cheap holiday package lands. Portinatx and San Miguel, in the north, are much smaller and quieter resorts, and you can visit the caves in San Miguel.

The quiet village of Ibiza is a paradise of sun lovers

This is probably the last place you think is the backdrop for the South Pacific classical musical Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Ibiza‘s tranquil Portinatx village is a sun lover’s paradise away from the DJ area
However, the island’s pristine north coast and its secluded sandbanks were the perfect place when the stars turned the romantic South Sea film in 1958.

And it’s easy to know why. Formerly a small fishing village, the tranquil Portinatx is a paradise of sun-loving people, with three beautiful beaches, rocky tops and green, shady, green cobalt hills.

Many coves and calm seas make it a great place to swim and enjoy the sun, while its hippy culture attracts free souls and those seeking indulgent lifestyles. It can only be 40 minutes from Ibiza Town but the cold atmosphere and beautiful scenery is a world far from its crazy DJ and partying scene.

Portinatx has beautiful beaches, rocky heads and green cobalt-green hills
Here, nature is the star with walking and cycling the best ways to explore the early lands and boating or surfing the ideal waters to enjoy the tranquil waters.

Its clear waters are also a big kick for divers and divers. Towards the northernmost point of the island will not mean to miss all of Ibizan’s charm. Adult Barcelona is located on a pure sand beach next to a sheltered cove with gentle waves patting the coast.

The Barcelo hotel has 134 rooms set in low-Ibizan-style villas.
As well as swimming pools, there is a health care center where you can treat yourself with massage or spa, while inviting Polish beds scattered along the terrace. Guests are encouraged to join one of the daily yoga classes or exercise with some cycling or water sports.

The El Faro pool bar is the perfect place for a sunny snack and you can enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail from the lobby bar before heading out to Noray Beach Club, with frames Ocean view by postcard or Posidonia buffet restaurant.

Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel – Unique art hotel in Ibiza, Spain

Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel – a hotel with art deco style and memphis style will give you a unique experience of color and art.

The art hotel Ibiza Paradiso, with its neon color is located somewhere between Miami and Memphis as a celebration of the adorned art of both Art deco styles of the 1920s and Memphis’s style. in 1980. With ingenuity in the naming of hotels, this resort tries to immerse visitors in contemporary art, with its color design.

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Visitors were first introduced to this topic when walking through the front door. The pink walls of the lobby were painted with Pop art and neon lights on the reception desk. The hotel has many works of art throughout the lobby and rooms. It was selected by artist Iñaki Domingo and photographer, filmmaker Diana Kunst, who directed a series of projects focusing on urban art and performance.

There are many exhibition spaces in the hotel, where many artists are gathered. They are introduced by the program called “zero suit residencies” (by the architect). It provides micro workspace for global artists. Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel brings top international creators to the island, helping them advance their careers and popularize their art while exhibiting these innovative projects to customers.

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Micro workspace is built in a transparent cube, where artists can work and stay for free as long as they are not afraid to be screened throughout the day. Featured artists include Marcos Torres, Pau Aanz I Vila and Thani Mara, as well as Yoko Honda and Marylou Faure.

Nothing is the same at Paradiso – the art rooms, where guests stay, are the interactive space for artists amidst the appearance of new guests. You can rest assured that your experience here in Ibiza will be unique.

Wall paintings are carefully selected with top designers. Colors and layouts are very nicely designed to give the space a unique look.