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Where to visit in Spain with Karen Rosenblum



Where should you visit in Spain if it’s your first time? Where should you visit if you only have two weeks? Can you see it all? No. So how do you decide what to include on you itinerary? That’s what this episode of When in Spain tries to answer! Join Spain travel consultant, Karen Rosenblum … Continue reading Where to visit in Spain with Karen Rosenblum


A day trip to Cuenca and its hanging houses



I’m whisking you away on the high-speed AVE train for a day trip to the beautiful medieval city of Cuenca. Join me as I stroll around Cuenca’s charming streets and squares, admire the gothic cathedral (one of the earliest examples in all of Spain) and cross the San Pedro bridge to admire the famous ‘casas … Continue reading A day trip to Cuenca and its hanging houses


Ten must-visit Madrid bars with Chris Lynch



After a six-month break When in Spain is back! And to celebrate we’re taking you on a tour of ten classic Madrid bars. Our guide is Chris Lynch, Spanish wine-buff, former Spanish bar owner, and founder of the Spanish Wine Collective. If you’re on a first visit to Madrid these ten bars are required drinking … Continue reading Ten must-visit Madrid bars with Chris Lynch


Sounds that make you sound Spanish – ¡Buah! ¡Anda! ¡Hala! ¡Uy! ¡Puf!



Want to sound super Spanish? I run through ten useful and fun Spanish interjections that you can pepper your conversations with to help express yourself even more clearly when you’re chatting en español. ¡Anda! When I first started learning Spanish and hanging around with native speakers I kept hearing these noises that popped up in … Continue reading Sounds that make you sound Spanish – ¡Buah! ¡Anda! ¡Hala! ¡Uy! ¡Puf!


Almería & Cabo de Gata – Cowboys, Pirates, Wild Beaches & A Sea of Plastic



In this episode I take you on a trip around Spain’s most arid provinces, Almería. We explore the Tabernas Desert and its Spaghetti Western filming locations, the beautiful wild beaches of Cabo de Gata including the dramatic Playa de los Muertos (Beach of the Dead), and I guide you through Almería City’s top sights including the … Continue reading Almería & Cabo de Gata – Cowboys, Pirates, Wild Beaches & A Sea of Plastic


A day trip to Brihuega’s lavender fields and Guadalajara



Join Karina, me and friends, Adam and Ollie, for a day trip to the charming medieval town of Brihuega and its beautiful lavender fields. A slice of Provence right in the centre of Spain! Brihuega is famous in Spain for its lavender cultivation and surprisingly, it is one of the world’s major producers of lavender … Continue reading A day trip to Brihuega’s lavender fields and Guadalajara


Madrid’s public transport with Sarah Willats – Trains, Tickets, Tips & Trips



Sarah Willats joins me to talk about Madrid’s public transport network, how to get the best out of it, tickets, passes and trips whether visiting for a holiday, business or making the Spanish capital your home. Sarah, aka Sarah la Viajera (check out her Spain travel blog!) has recently published her book, The Ultimate Guide to … Continue reading Madrid’s public transport with Sarah Willats – Trains, Tickets, Tips & Trips


Costa Brava road trip – Coves, Bikinis & Dalí



Join us for all the sights and sounds on a road trip along Spain’s rugged Costa Brava. Discover the beautiful seaside towns and villages of Tossa de Mar, Calella de Palafrugell, Platja Fonda, Roses and of course Cadaqués, home to Salvador Dalí’s former house, now a wonderful, eccentric museum. We explore the coves of turquoise … Continue reading Costa Brava road trip – Coves, Bikinis & Dalí


The Walking Museum of The Spanish Civil War with Nick Lloyd



Writer, historian and guide, Nick Lloyd walks us through Barcelona to explore the history of the Spanish Civil War and the city’s relationship with this dark chapter from Spain’s past. Nick guides around the key locations in the Catalan capital which hold historical significance and reveals some chilling stories of death and destruction. He also … Continue reading The Walking Museum of The Spanish Civil War with Nick Lloyd


Speaking Andaluz & life in Andalucía with Adam Harrison from El Inglés Andaluz



Think you can speak Spanish? Think again if you move to Andalucía! Adam Harrison moved to Huelva province seven years ago and realised that the local dialect was very different to the Spanish he had learnt. So on a quest to share is observations and frustrations learning Andaluz Adam set up InglesAndaluz on TikTok and … Continue reading Speaking Andaluz & life in Andalucía with Adam Harrison from El Inglés Andaluz