Coleccionando Arenas

Trips that you will never forget

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One day at Ronda

Ronda, located in the Spanish province of Malaga, is a unique city. It sits on top of a plateau split by a deep gorge through which river Guadalevin flows. The gorge splits the city into two halves, connected by the Puente Nuevo (New Bridge), which gives the city an amazing landscape. Here we present our 1-day itinerary, that will take you through all of the main monuments and points of interest of Ronda.

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10 interesting facts about Mexico

Mexico has been inhabited by a huge number of civilizations throughout History, many of which still remain as unraveled mysteries. Additionally, when the Spanish arrived, an amazing fusion of the indigenous and Spanish cultures took place, which is nowadays reflected in many aspects of Mexican society and traditions, such as its food. Here we bring you 10 of the most interesting facts about Mexico.

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Transit through Beijing

When we travelled to the Philippines, we flew through Beijing. We decided to extend a bit the layovers in order to be able to visit the main attractions of the Chinese capital. Thanks to it, we had the chance to explore places like the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace, in addition to enjoying the delicious Peking duck.

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A weekend trip to Iceland

We present a 2-day route around the southwest region of Iceland. The itinerary that we follow is a modified version of the route known as “Golden Circle”. Iceland is a unique destination where you can enjoy amazing landscapes and natural formations, such as glaciers, impressive waterfalls and geisers, in addition to seeing the northern lights.

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10 interesting facts about Japan

Japan is a unique country very special for us. We have uncountable stories to tell you about our adventures in Japan, but as a starter here we bring you 10 interesting and surprising facts about this amazing country.

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Routes for everyone

We plan routes that are compatible with the holidays and timetables available to most people. Since we ourselves cannot easily take several months to explore a particular destination, we aim to make the most out of each of our trips (wether it is just a weekend, or a longer holiday of 1 or 2 weeks), keeping a reasonable budget while at the same time enjoying everything that each country has to offer.