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How to spend rainy holiday in Granada

Granada has more than 7 months of sunny and really hot days, but… Before visiting or coming to Granada for the autumn or winter time you should know that during this period Granada has some rainy and cold days as well. We need to say that adaptation is quite hard when you already have experienced more than 40 degrees here! Although cold season in Granada has its own magic and there are few recommendations how to spend rainy holiday in Granada !

4 Halloween traditions you did not know about

Hope you all have had a good weekend. Soon it´s time to dress up and celebrate Halloween. We all probably have heard about the Halloween where people dress up and kids are asking for treats with the phrase "Trick or treat", but here are 4 Halloween traditions that you probably didn´t know about:

How the fall in Andalucía looks like

On the one hand sad, but on the other side really beautiful – end of the summer, start of the autumn. As in every other European country, there is also autumn in Spain, however, especially the Andalusian fall might be a little bit different than you might have known it…

The truth about Spanish stereotypes

Everybody creates them, every country has them: stereotypes. It’s the first thing that comes in your mind when you think about a special nation and it’s also influence your way of seeing people coming from or living in this country. However, have you ever asked yourself how many of them are true? Today, we’re going to speak a little bit of some of the most common Spanish stereotypes and find out what’s the actual matter.

Corpus Christi in Sevilla

Corpus Christi in Seville is one of the most important days of the year. The procession is celebrated during Thursday morning following Trinity Sunday, 60 days after Palm Sunday. The religious festival is especially important in Seville, being of the few Spanish cities that maintains its celebration original day.