Andalusia is the most passionate region in Spain, one of the Europeans’ favourite destinations. In Andalusia the most Spanish popular traditions were born: flamenco, bullfighting, tapas.
It’s the region where the most vibrant celebrations are hosted, such as the Semana Santa de Sevilla and the Feria de Abril.
So, if you want to feel the real Spanish soul, you need to visit Andalusia, the land of the magnificent Alhambra of Granada, the Mosque and the Moorish palaces of Cordoba, the beaches of Costa del Sol, the Mountains of the Sierra Nevada.
Prepare your backpack and follow me in this amazing region!
Some practical information
All the biggest cities in Andalusia have an international airport so, depending on your plan, you can choose to land in Seville, Granada, Cordoba, Malaga, Jerez.
Moving around Andalusia is pretty simple and comfortable. The best option is always to rent a car: it’s more practical and gives you freedom. But, if you’re planning in advance your trip, you can consider to move by public transportation.
Train is a good option: they connect all the cities and you can choose the AVE high-speed train. The cons? It could be quite expensive (if you don’t book early enough) and you will have very few routes options during the day. The alternative is the bus: cheaper, with several routes and very efficient. The most complete bus service is offered by Alsa.