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A taste of Bruselas
Brussels, Belgium
You can expect just about anything from a city capable of exporting the best chocolate in the world and Brussels sprouts (the name didn’t come by chance). The Belgian capital is a city of contrasts that will leave you with a good taste in your mouth. 
Be txikitero, my friend
Bilbao, Spain
In Bilbao there are not residents, there are txikiteros. This is the name given to the people who drink txikitos, small glasses of wine served in the bars. Be a txikitero, my friend.
From Madrid to heaven (or so they say)
Madrid, Spain
One of the most popular Madrid sayings has it that there’s only one better place than Madrid, and that’s Paradise. Since it’s hard to visit the latter, let’s begin with the former.
Ancient but modern. Oldie but goldie
Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is the oldest capital city in Western Europe. But it blends that antiquity with a ragingly modern spirit. Maybe because beauty is never out of style. 
Tossa de Mar
Tossa de Mar, Spain
Pola Giverola is a resort located between two lovely coves of turquoise waters and fine sand, just a few minutes from Tossa de Mar.
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Foodies
When in Rome: history of the marianito
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Unmissable visits
Unmissable visits
A pagoda among the cathedrals
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Suitcases are for tourists. Backpacks, for adventurers. 

The backpacker will find a place to rest here. But he’ll also have at his disposition workshops, excursions and all kinds of group activities so that the hotel will be much more than just a place to rest. In addition, those backpackers who are carrying their house on their back will find a safe storage place for their gear.

The backpacker has developed some trapezius muscles of steel and a surprising capacity for throwing just what’s essential onto his back. He’s slept in train stations and crowded hostels, but now, after collecting a good number of stamps in his passport, he’s discovered that adventure is not incompatible with comfort. That’s why he prefers to use boutique hostels in Europe and it won’t be hard to find them at Latroupe.

Brussels
Bilbao
Madrid
Lisbon
Tossa de Mar
Brussels
Bilbao
Madrid
Lisbon
Tossa de Mar
A taste of Bruselas
Brussels, Belgium
You can expect just about anything from a city capable of exporting the best chocolate in the world and Brussels sprouts (the name didn’t come by chance). The Belgian capital is a city of contrasts that will leave you with a good taste in your mouth.
Be txikitero, my friend
Bilbao, Spain
In Bilbao there are not residents, there are txikiteros. This is the name given to the people who drink txikitos, small glasses of wine served in the bars. Be a txikitero, my friend.
From Madrid to heaven (or so they say)
Madrid, Spain
One of the most popular Madrid sayings has it that there’s only one better place than Madrid, and that’s Paradise. Since it’s hard to visit the latter, let’s begin with the former.
Ancient but modern. Oldie but goldie
Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is the oldest capital city in Western Europe. But it blends that antiquity with a ragingly modern spirit. Maybe because beauty is never out of style.
Tossa de Mar
Tossa de Mar, Spain
Pola Giverola is a resort located between two lovely coves of turquoise waters and fine sand, just a few minutes from Tossa de Mar.
¿Qué está pasando en la troupe?
Urban Wanderlust. Nuestro cuaderno de bitácora. Descubre qué está pasando en  las ciudades más vibrantes de Europa (y en nuestros hostales boutique)
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Destination
History of a wave
The town of Mundaka has the best left-breaking wave in Europe, and one of the ten best in the world.
A pagoda among the cathedrals
To appreciate Brussels you have to look heavenwards. The skyline of the Belgian capital is dotted with pinnacles.
When in Rome: history of the marianito
There is a ritual that is repeated on Sundays at an imprecise hour between noon and lunch.
Done