Bilbao (Spain) for Kids

Located in Spain’s Basque region (near the French border), the port city of Bilbao is a great cultural alternative to major tourist cities like Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona, and offers some great activities for kids. Here are my top recommendations:

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7 of the Best Yoga Spas From Around the World

Yoga is all about your body, mind and soul. Its teachings have been an integral part of Hinduism, and its mysterious and exotic nature has fascinated millions of devoted followers since time immemorial. If you’ve never practiced Yoga, you’d be wise to start. Improved breathing, less stress, weight loss, increased flexibility, more strength and inner peace—these are only a few of the benefits you’ll experience with this ancient practice.

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Barcelona’s Big Summer Block Party: A Guide to the Festa Major de Grácia

A dragon is heading up the street, dancing not so ferociously under a sky of papier-mâché. Bursts of fireworks go off next to the monster as a parade of people follow him. As Dorothy famously said to Toto, we’re not in Kansas anymore. Barcelona’s Festa Major de Grácia creates a version of the Land of Oz in the streets of the Grácia neighborhood. As the 196th year of the neighborhood block party approaches, you will want to make your way to Barcelona for this historic, zany, creative and entertaining festival.

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Walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela

The 2012 film “The Way,” directed by Emilio Estevez brought renewed interest in the Camino de Santiago de Compostela (known in English as The Way of St. John), and introduced this historic walk to many Americans.

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Mallorca’s Cutest Transport: A Guide To The Train to Sóller

The back and forth clickety-clack on the wooden train from Palma de Mallorca to Sóller pulls you into this Balearic Island, literally. The historic route travels through the Sierra de Alfábia mountain range to Sóller, making for a scenic and slow route. The only locals on board are the smiling or grunting ticket agents blessing the little tiny plain pieces of paper tickets with hole punches or tears. Hopping aboard this route is one of Mallorca’s endless appeals. If you are thinking about heading to Mallorca as I did on airBerlin on its Berlin Palma de Mallorca service, here are a few things to know about the route.

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