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  1. We're obviously aware of and deeply concerned about the global pandemic, and are choosing carefully what to publish as forms of escapism and entertainment to help ease thoughts of anxiety, and provide an alternative from the news. We are obviously NOT encouraging anyone to travel now or discouraging social distancing.

    Are you excited about visiting this amazing country when you next travel again?

  2. Spain is my favorite country to visit on Europe. Sevilla is my personal favorite. Hill towns in Andalusia are magical. A hidden gem is Guadix, where half if the town lives in caves, some of which are run as B and Bs. Spain had great food. In the north San Sebastian has the best food in Europe on my opinion. Salamanca for a hip college vibe.

  3. Eh yeah, if you're trying to avoid crowds, don't go to San Sebastian. We were there this summer and while it's geographical location is stunning we seriously considered leaving because it was so crowded and nobody seemed to take the corona measures seriously. Of course, you could just move down the coastline a few kilometres for also stunning views with far fewer beachgoers.

  4. I have been living in Spain for almost 3 years already and I have visited every region and autonomous community in Spain mainland, also Las Islas Baleares, but The Canary Islands not yet. There are few others regions and places that were not listed in this travel info video, but I guess it would have ended being too long to watch.
    I live in Galicia and I consider it is a wonderful place to visit not only for a short trip but also for a long holiday trip. The landscape is marvelous inland and also the whole coastline from the North (Mar Cantábrico) to the West (Atlantic Ocean) where you can enjoy amazing sunsets every single day with any weather condition (rainy, cloudy, sunny).
    The traditional dishes, specially those based in seafood, are deliciously unforgettable.
    Towns and villages are very interesting. But going outdoors to mountain regions or the seashores are the best you can do. You can choose either from swimming in hidden waterfall and rivers to long and pristine sandy beaches (there are more than 700 beaches only in Galicia so you ca enjoy yourself even in nudist beaches without or little concurrence; they are secure, legally permitted and also local people are very respectful).
    Compared with other regions in Spain, the weather in Galicia is warm and cool in summer, and temperate & fresh in winter. Nothing extreme!
    But if you are a snow lover, you can also visit the mountain ranges located in the interior of Galicia and get your dose of lovely snow during winter time.
    And like other Spanish regions, the cultural mix is incredible, if you are a culture lover you can find here from amazing Roman ruins, Christians temples to prehistorical megalithic monuments, petroglyphs, menhirs, dolmens, etc.
    Galicia definitely deserves a top 10+ on its own! 🙂

  5. Having been to Galicia I 100% recommend visiting there. It is absolutely beautiful. The cities of Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, and Lugo offer a great variety of activities. If you are looking for a rugged trip consider doing the Camino de Santiago. You can start in many different places across Spain (or France or Portugal). I began in Oviedo, Asturias and it was a life changing experience.

  6. It is a bit weird that some destinations on this list are specific cities, some are first level autonomous communities, and one vague geographical concept. Nonetheless I've visited 7 destinations of the list and I really agree with the recommendation, especially when I think of "underrated" or "under-appreciated" destinations in Spain, Valencia (not only the city of Valencia but the whole autonomous community of Valencia) is always the first that comes into my mind, followed by Extremadura and La Rioja. I would also have Pyrenees much higher on the list, though, this mountain is amazing in all seasons.
    I really hope the pandemic would be over as soon as possible, and I can travel to Spain again to the Canary Islands, which is the only one autonomous communities in Spain I haven't visited.

  7. Very beautiful country, you have also the region of Tarragona, with a variety of environments and things to do. You have sun and beach with the theme park of Port Aventura, the historical city of Tarragona with the roman ruins, the legacy of Gaudí in Reus ,where he was born, and also very beautiful mountains in Priorat, a local destination wich is starting to be a famous wine destination.

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