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The Top Choices for All Inclusive Resorts in US Virgin Islands

| December 31, 2013
The Top Choices for All Inclusive Resorts in US Virgin Islands

Not only do resorts in US Virgin Islands boast comfortable and luxurious accommodations, but the impressive choice of activities are guaranteed to keep even the fussiest holiday-maker entertained. Continue Reading

Welcome to Cheap Holidays in Spain

| December 30, 2013
Welcome to Cheap Holidays in Spain

The crystal clear waters, golden sands and sunshine make Spain a year round holiday destination. Whether you’re looking for the hustle and bustle of the Costa del Sol or the calm serenity and beauty of the Costa de Almeria you’ll find what you’re looking for on the Spanish Costas.

Mediterranean beaches, sangria in the sun and paella by the plateful, Spain is a treasure chest of unforgettable experiences. From the breathtaking scenery of the Pyrenees to the beauty of Barcelona; whether you’re looking for culture, skiing, adventure or a relaxing break – Spain has it all. Continue Reading

Turks and Caicos All-Inclusive Resorts are a great place to relax!

| October 31, 2013
Turks and Caicos All-Inclusive Resorts are a great place to relax!

Are you looking for the best getaway possible? If you are then you are probably looking for Turks and Caicos All-Inclusive Resorts, these guys know how to make sure that you and your family are having a great time. Visit tc-resorts.com for more Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts! Why not take them here instead of another boring old trip to Disney world? Continue Reading

Essential Guide to Sonar Festival

| June 5, 2013
Essential Guide to Sonar Festival

Barcelona’s Sonar International Festival of Music and Art is one of the biggest events of the summer for electronic music and digital arts fans alike. Here are just a few reasons why Sonar should be at the top of your list of things to do this season, along with a couple of helpful tips on how to get there and what you need to bring. Continue Reading

Why is Marbella the hen do capital of Europe?

| February 26, 2013
Why is Marbella the hen do capital of Europe?

If you have been given the responsibility of organising a best friend’s hen do, or you are the lucky bride-to-be yourself, then look no further than Marbella for the most luxurious and memorable foreign hen party resort you could wish for. In recent years, Marbella has become THE hen do destination for any discerning potential bride. So why is Marbella the go-to destination for such gatherings? Continue Reading

Teleferico Madrid

| March 25, 2012
Teleferico Madrid

Apart from its unbeatable location, this original and exciting means of transport links Madrid to one of the green spaces that acts as a lung for the city: Casa de Campo. Extremely modern thanks to its high tech, reliability and safety, this transport covers 2.5 kilometres that combine a cultural visit and contact with nature. Continue Reading

Imax Madrid

| March 16, 2012
Imax Madrid

imaxmadridImax Madrid offers its visitors the most advanced projection system in history. It is possible to get into a sound and light show that will make you feel there is another dimension, a challenge to your senses, with three impressive screens that will literally surround you and make you feel you are the main character: Imax, Omnimax and Imax 3D.

The largest flat screen worldwide, with 21 m in height and a surface of 600 m2, Imax projects images of an extraordinary quality and high definition. Omnimax is a cupola-shaped semi-spherical screen of colossal size: a 900 m2 surface and a 30-metre diameter. Spectators are surrounded by the screen and they have the feeling they are incise the film.

To enjoy the most perfect projection system in history, you must come to Imax 3D, with such living and real images that you think you can touch them. Rather than watching a film, you feel you are “living the film”.

Address
Imax® Madrid.
C/ Meneses, s/n.
28045 – Madrid.
Phone: +34 91 467 48 00.
www.imaxmadrid.com

How to get there
Road: M-30, exit 11 (Méndez Álvaro). Metro: Line 6, Méndez Álvaro station. Bus: Lines 8, 102 and 148. Suburban train: Méndez Álvaro station.

Services
Cafeteria. Access for people with disabilities. Free car park.

 

Aquópolis San Fernando Madrid

| March 11, 2012
Aquópolis San Fernando Madrid

Aquópolis San Fernando aqua park is to the south east of Madrid. Don’t miss the Kamikaze, two water slides on which you can reach speeds of up to 40 km/hour. Continue Reading

Planetario de Madrid

| March 6, 2012
Planetario de Madrid

Its main objective is to disseminate Astronomy and Science from two standpoints: one educational and one informative, always geared at promoting both disciplines among school students and the public at large. Continue Reading

Carlos Sainz Center, Madrid

| February 26, 2012
Carlos Sainz Center, Madrid

Come and enjoy the best Karting track in Europe: over 2,800 m2 long and full of exciting bends. Sport at its peak and loads of fun are guaranteed, not only on the karting track but also on the 600 m2 of children’s area, in the Q-zar maze and the Paintball court. Continue Reading

Safari Madrid

| February 21, 2012
Safari Madrid

Based on a project designed by Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente, this nature reserve is a different way of seeing animals in danger of extinction. Animals do not suffer from the effect of captivity since they have vast natural spaces that resemble their natural habitat. Hence, the high reproduction levels, without any artificial manipulation. Continue Reading

Faunia Nature Park, Madrid

| February 18, 2012
Faunia Nature Park, Madrid

Visiting this nature park is like experiencing with your five senses different ecosystems. You can walk through the jungle and feel the heat, the moisture and tropical storms, in the midst of the amount of species that live in it. You can also learn about the largest polar ecosystem in Europe and see different bird species from Antarctic areas, both on ice and under the water. Continue Reading

Madrid Snow Zone

| February 17, 2012
Madrid Snow Zone

Madrid Snow ZoneThe only covered snow slope in Spain offers visitors the opportunity to ski and snowboard all year round. A snow park where you can jump and learn tricks. A changing configuration offering a wide variety of different challenges. 18,000 m2 dedicated only to the world of snow. Continue Reading

Parque Warner Madrid

| February 16, 2012
Parque Warner Madrid

One of the most comprehensive and avant-garde parks in Europe, it has all the services and leisure time offer needed to suit everyone’s taste. Warner Park is designed as a dynamic, imaginative and richly varied scenario inviting everyone to discover the excitement and world of Hollywood films. Continue Reading

Aquópolis Madrid

| February 16, 2012
Aquópolis Madrid

The best thing to do when the summer comes is to combine water, sun, the open air and fun in a water park. Water, as the driver of attractions, moves visitors on through exciting and unexpected surprises – opaque slides with turns, bends, falls and inclines, and for very sporting visitors, areas full of plenty of activities. And for those that wish to take a break, swimming pools with sea-like rolling waves. Continue Reading

Zoo Aquarium de Madrid

| February 16, 2012
Zoo Aquarium de Madrid

It is the only one in Europe that holds within the same space a Zoo, a Dolphinarium, an Aquarium, an Aviary and other facilities such as a pavilion called “Mysterious Nature”, where the visitor can see reptiles, amphibians and fish, or “The Small Farm”, with domestic farm animals. Continue Reading

Parque de Atracciones de Madrid

| February 16, 2012
Parque de Atracciones de Madrid

It is the most comprehensive and modern amusement park in the city of Madrid, with over 40 attractions located in the different areas within the park, where every visitor can find the amusement ride they like best. From challenging Big Dippers to a quiet walk through a natural landscape or areas specially designed for the youngest. Continue Reading

Gipuzkoan Coast

| February 15, 2012
Gipuzkoan Coast

The Gipuzkoan coastal regions have it all. An exaggeration? Possibly, but this area has so many attractions that you’d be hard pushed to think of something it doesn’t have. This area of land between the bay of Txingudi and Saturrarán beach looks out onto the Cantabrian sea offering beautiful cliffs, fine sandy beaches, ports in which to sample fresh fish and places filled with history and life. Continue Reading

Costa Daurada

| February 15, 2012
Costa Daurada

Costa Daurada is the name given, in the world of tourism, to the stretch of coast lying east and west of the city of Tarragona —and its hinterland—, between Cunit and L’Hospitalet de l’Infant. It has few hills, long beaches of fine golden sand —hence the name “golden coast”— and shallow waters. Continue Reading

Costa da Luz

| February 15, 2012
Costa da Luz

Apart from a few rocky stretches, the Costa de la Luz is a continuous line of fine sandy beaches backed by pine groves. Flanked by saline and marsh, the lower reaches of the rivers present a scene that has barely changed in centuries. The name Costa de la Luz, or Coast of Light, comes from the way the sea reflects the sunlight  like a mirror. Continue Reading