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Leticia Perez (trucosviajeros)
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Trucosviajeros Travel Blogger & Marketing Consultant
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I'm quite sure you've never heard of this place... Have you?

Hidden in the heart of Ourense is one of the most amazing Castro - Celtic villages of all Galicia: San Cibrao de Las. It was there before the Romans conquered Spain and, although only 12.5% has surfaced, it amazes everyone who visits.

Of course, as on most of our loved Galicia, you can't go there by public transport. It isn't far from Ourense, (it's only 80 km from Vigo) but you will probably need to rent a car or book a guided tour (don't really know if there is such a thing) from somewhere else.

Tip: Save some time to explore, it took us 1 hour to see that 12.5% on our own.

Extra Tip: There are guided tours to the excavation and the exhibit on weekends. Also on weekdays if you book it in advance, but winter schedule is terrible: not open on saturday evenings!!

Extra extra tip: the archaeological site is not far from a great wine region and one of the bread designations of origin of Galicia: Pan de Cea!

Anyways, you shouldn't miss it if you want to feel like Indiana Jones, without the crowds (nobody there on our visit this past weekend) and maybe discover a hidden idol under the trees.

#Galicia #tbin #archaeology
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One year ago, Combarro, one of the most beautiful and iconic towns in Rias Baixas

Last year, I went with a couple of friends to explore the Pontevedra area. We set for a nice lunch in Combarro, one of the most iconic places in all Rias Baixas, with its hórreos and the looks over Marín and Bueu, accross the Ria.

The weather today is just as good so I'm here sitting at the office and dreaming of doing what I was doing only a year ago.

http://www.trucosviajeros.com/en-us/2016/11/48-hours-in-pontevedra-galicia-what-to-do.html

#tbin #Combarro #RiasBaixas
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It's that time of the year again: when tourists go home and we get to enjoyed the hotsprings without massified places

August and September can mean a world apart in terms of people (and heat) so right now it's time for us to enjoy the hotsprings by the Miño river like they were an amazing secret. This is a pic from last year at Termas de Outariz at Ourense city. The river is not that high now, but wouldn't you love to bathe in a place like this?

#Ourense #hotsprings #Galicia #tbin
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Galicia is a land of great wines, but these ones you probably never heard of

There are many protected wine areas in Galicia and each has its own features, from great fruity whites to sparkling reds, there is so much to explore for wine lovers. Best known are RiasBaixas - Albariño, Ribeiro, Ribeira Sacra... but there are other regions with a particular style in winemaking.

The guys at +Bluscus got together an infographic with the other ones, the ones you should try to add to your list when visiting Galicia.

#wine #Galicia
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Have you ever been to a live session of Graffiti?

The O'Marisquiño event takes place in Vigo every year during August and gathers the best in urban and action sports from around the world. Yes, it also brings some of the best iberian graffiti writers from Spain and Portugal.

This year's session featured DoceMurales, Ciscoksl, Nove Noel, Yoe33, Fedor, Virus y Draw, among others. Plus, graffiti sessions for kids, break dance & hiphop battles...

Check the new video on youtube with the evolution of the walls during the 3-day event : https://youtu.be/ZHGH8ua5KK4

#omarisquiño #vigo #graffiti #tbin

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11 Trucos para reducir el estrés cuando viajas (y disfrutar más del viaje)
Sí, viajar puede ser estresante (a veces). Y no, no solo en los viajes de negocios, que la teoría dice que viajar relaja pero... Depender de un horario que no controlas, perder tiempo entre traslados, estar lejos de los tuyos o demasiado cerca puede sobreca...
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A castle built in a rock, home of dragons

Up in the slovenian mountains, there is a castle that hungs in the rock. It is called Predjama castle and it isn't far from the Postojna caves, where the baby dragons (olms) live. The perfect convo if you are looking to mix a bit of history and stunning nature.

Just one from the 12 reasons why everyone should visit Slovenia at least once in a lifetime http://en.trucosviajeros.com/12-reasons-travel-slovenia-now/

#Slovenia #castles #Predjama
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En la época Edo, los viajeros y comerciantes tenían que hacer los 500 kilómetros entre Edo (Tokio) y Kioto a pie...

Usaban la ruta Nakasendo, que ya no existe, con la excepción de las hermosas villas de Magome y Tsumago, y la ruta que las une a través de las montañas de los Alpes Japoneses. Es, sin duda, uno de los senderos más bonitos de Japón y se hace en tan sólo un día (o 3 horas).

Descubre por qué me encantó y qué más ver allí en http://www.travelto5.com/top-things-kiso-valley-japan-magome-tsumago/

#Magome #Tsumago #Japon #trucosviajeros
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For all of you who will be here for O'Marisquiño (yes, this weekend)

I just wrote a guide on where to go and what to do in Vigo, avoiding the crowds of the urban sports competitions that take over the city from Friday to Sunday.

Not everything that is there, but everything worth checking this weekend. It's in Spanish, but you have Google Translate for that, don't you?

#Vigo   #Omarisquiño   #Galicia   #TBIN  
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