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I was born in England but now live in the Alicante region of Spain. I run the My Destination Alicante online travel guide, which is part of the My Destination global network of local experts. I write travel articles, take photos and shoot videos and 360º tours of the region as well as local businesses. I promote local businesses on the guide and through social media.
I love walking, football, exploring the Alicante region, travelling (of course) and eating out.
Spain is really child friendly. You can take your children to the galleries and museums as well as most bars and restaurants.The best cities to visit are Barcelona for its quirky architecture, art and beaches, Madrid for art and impressive buildings,... See More
Covent Garden is a great place for people watching. There are buskers, street entertainers and bars and cafes to sit. It is touristy but worth going to.If you get the No 11 bus from Victoria Station it will take you past many of the main sights such ... See More
You can get cheap flights from London to either Valencia or Alicante. Both are great Spanish cities by the beach so you can visit their historic old towns, museums, art galleries and the beaches. Alicante also has one of the finest castles in Spain. ... See More
The tourist buses are the easiest way to see around the city. You can get off at places that interest you. Definitely visit the historic old town with the cathedral and beautiful squares, the bullring and train station next to it, walk along the drie... See More
Valencia is a beautiful city. There are three tourist buses going to different parts of the city, so that is an easy way to get around as you can hop on and off at the main attractions. Otherwise it is easy to walk around the old town to the cathedra... See More
The tourist buses are good for getting around the main landmarks in Barcelona. The commentaries are very good. They are expensive though compared to the normal public transport. If you don't want anything touristy, the Metro is very good and cheap es... See More
It depends on where you are going in the world. My Destination has a good app written by local experts with information about where to go, restaurants, hotels and events. You can download it too. It only covers a select few regions but some top ones ... See More
Valencia has great beaches as well as the Albufera where the rice is cultivated. You can have a boat ride before eating paella in the restaurants - one of the tourist buses goes here. Further north, there are great beaches in Castellón and Benicasim.... See More
Madrid can be very hot in August but it's still worth visiting to see the Prado museum, other art galleries, palaces, etc. Most places have air-con. Barcelona is in the north and by the coast. It's always crowded but it's a very vibrant city and grea... See More