We are two spanish travelers, living in Barcelona.
We enjoy travelling around the world and writing about our trips (in spanish).
Here you'll find our work translated into English by our partners.
WHY DO WE WRITE TRAVEL DIARIES?
We think that there is a gap between the “big and expensive” travel guides, with lots of information that you will not need during a normal trip to the city or country they cover.
We try to fill this gap with our travel diaries. They are shorter and cheaper, very focused on the points of interest to visit, on how to do it and with tips that can be useful for you.
We hope that you find our travel guides interesting and useful. And don’t forget to let us know!
Engineer, blogger, traveler and writer
Original works published in Spanish. Actually we have 10 travel diaries in 4 languages.
Pablo García Caño
Journalist and Community Manager
Pablo helped me to translate our Travel Guides into English: Florence, Helsinki, Madeira, Switzerland, … all of them.
Programmatore e traduttore
Christian mi ha aiutato a tradurre alcune delle Guide di viaggio in italiano: Firenze, Helsinki, Ibiza, Madeira, Svizzera e Venezia.
Traduttrice e blogger
Anna mi ha aiutato a tradurre alcune delle Guide di viaggio in italiano: Canada, Carcassona, Irlanda e Vienna.
What will you find?
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Our Travel Diaries
Our guides are covering some European cities and trips and a 3 weeks tour we did over Canada in 2010. Which destination will be next?
We publish them in Amazon because Kindle format is a more comfortable way for reading in Kindle devices and smartphones (Android and Apple).
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We keep all the content published and with free access, so you can be sure that the information we provide fit your needs before purchasing the travel guide.
As we went for a ride by car we found some places in the South coast which deserve particular attention: the cliff of CaboGirão and its thrilling viewpoint, the giant statue of Jesus Christ in Garajau... It's also the recommended one by the islanders to see the sunsets, and there are a lot of little and peaceful fishing towns, like Câmara de Lobos and Ribeira Brava. ...
During the travel we stayed in Funchal, the capitol city. In this post you'll learn what places you simply can't miss if you come here. Funchal is a little city although it has grown in the last years, especially in the suburbs area. It has a strong colonial look, as can be seen in the buildings of the old area of the city. There are also a lot of well preserved parks and gardens, where ...
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