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What You Could Get in Malaga for $10 – 5 Things You Don’t Want to Miss While Traveling in the City

Hi everyone!

As a football fan, there are some things I know about La Liga. Some derbies between the football teams, from the infamous El Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona to Eastern Andalucia’s derby between Malaga FC and Granada.

So this week, after covering Seville last year, Paulina of Visit Southern Spain is back to talk about how to travel on the budget in another city in Andalucia. And this time, we’re going to cover Malaga!

So, what could you get in Malaga for $10?

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The Most Romantic Destinations in Europe to Travel

Are you looking for a perfect romantic escape? We have got you covered. In this article, we will let you know about the most romantic destinations in Europe to travel to, where you can spend some quality time with your companion.

It is indeed going to be mystical to start a fairy-tale with your loved one in one of the most delightful destinations mentioned below. Besides, do not forget to click as many pictures to show off your love to the world. Let’s begin!

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The 5 Best Countries for Retirement

A lot of us envision a life outside of our home country when we finally call time on our working life. After decades of toil and with the kids now all grown up, it makes sense to live out your autumn years in a land you’ve always dreamed of exploring.

When it comes to moving to distant lands to enjoy our retirement, however, it’s not always a case of wishes coming true. Unless money is no object, you have to balance the deep-seated desire with some reality.

What this means is we need to be practical when choosing places to retire because the best doesn’t necessarily equal ideal, especially when factoring in the overall cost of putting down roots.

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Top Places to See on a Walking Tour of Barcelona

The Capital of Catalonia. The City of Counts. Barcelona has many names because it’s famous for many reasons. One of the reasons behind Barcelona’s popularity is its size; Barcelona is the second largest in all of Spain and the largest city in Catalonia. Big cities always have plenty of things to see, do, wear, hear, and eat, and Barcelona is no exception.

When you visit Barcelona, expect your schedule to fill up insanely fast; between annual festivals, live concerts, and street fairs, Barcelona is sure to keep you busy. This is doubly true if you’re a football fan. This city is the home of the world-famous FC Barcelona club after all!

A trip to Barcelona is definitely a trip to remember. You could cruise through the city in a car or on a bus… or you could take a walking tour of Barcelona. When on foot, you get to savor every sight and make the most of every moment.

Drop your heavy bags at a Barcelona luggage storage spot and start walking! Here are some of Barcelona’s best attractions that you can only experience on a walking tour of the city.

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What You Could Get in Madrid for $10 – How to Stretch the Budget to Travel Around Spain’s Capital City

Hola, mi amor!

So, after covering Seville just a couple of weeks ago, we’re going back to Spain to see how we can stretch $10 USD to travel in another city in the country. And this time, we’re off to the capital city of Spain: Madrid.

If I have to be honest, I personally don’t know much about the city except for being a football fan that forced me to familiarize myself with Real Madrid FC.

I think it’s only through football that gets me understood about other stuff, from the heat between Real and Barcelona that has something to do with the political situation. Yada yada yada.

Now, thanks to Martin of Madrid Discovery, we’ll get closer to the capital city and see how far we could get there with your $10 USD!

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