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Hidden Gem Madrid: Gelateria Di Angelo

The Gelateria Di Angelo is quite an institution in Arganzuela, a neighbourhood in the Banks of the Manzanares River. It’s…

Summer in Madrid: Jardín Secreto de Salvador Bachiller

Calle Montera is a central street in the middle of Madrid’s city centre, a very crowded and underrated street. In…

The golden corner in Calle Espiritu Santo.

Everything started with a guy running through Madrid late for a date. It was one of those winter days when…

Portugal from North to South by Train

I’ve just turned 29 years old, a figure that “officially” says goodbye to your youth when talking about discounts. It’s…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: The Best Ajiaco in the world.

The Ajiaco for those of us who grew up in Colombia is synonym for Mother or Grandmother, of childhood. It’s…

Free Sundays in Rome

Rome, like many other capitals in Europe, needs more than one visit to be understood. A city steeped in a…

Hidden Gem Rome: Testaccio

Unknown for many, Testaccio neighborhood was once essential to Rome’s economy. It was the “port of Rome” where different goods used…

Barcelona glows: LLUM festival.

Barcelona celebrates very often. Each district has its own festival at different times of the year (being Graçia and Sants the…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: Andante Pan y Café

Hidden between Las Torres del Parque, one of Bogota’s most important urban milestones, we find Andante Pan y Café and…

Hidden Gem Madrid: San Fernando Market.

A truly Hidden Gem from Madrid, in one of Madrid’s most traditional neighborhood, Lavapiés. Just a few tourist land on…

From Galicia to Porto: train or bus?

Christmas holidays have come to an end, it’s time to leave our annual retreat and go back to work. I…

Herminia’s Ribadavia.

The sunrise presented itself in tones of grey, and it remained that way the rest of the day. It was…

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