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Do you like to travel? Of course, you do. Who doesn’t?
In today’s world, unfortunately, not everyone can afford to travel and visit as many countries as they want. Or at least they can’t do that in person. Luckily, we now have the chance to travel virtually. The only thing you need is an internet connection.
You can now travel with others, too. That's what blogs are for.
Do you read blogs?
The world of content is more popular than ever before. Blogs are here to inform us, discuss various topics, share experiences and opinions, inspire, and teach us something new. The blogging industry grows tremendously. Every day, around 10 million blogs are published, so the competition is rough. Therefore, bloggers have to create posts that are straightforward and informative but also fun and easy to follow.
We’re sure that you follow the Justlearn blog where you can learn something about Spanish food traditions and culture, find some useful tips on which Spanish movies to watch, or get help with some common words for every occasion.
But, have you thought about killing two birds with one stone?
Turn on your blog reading mode and desire for traveling by travel blogs en Espanol. Yes, in Spanish, not in English. It’s true that beginners may find this challenging, but it is ideal for intermediate and advanced language learners. You can practice the language, and you can ‘travel’ as well.
Below is the list of the 10 best travel blogs in Spanish. So, let’s get started.
In the following lines, we give you the most popular travel blog in Spanish that can help you find your tourist destination, practice the language, and, above all, have fun.
In case you come into a word or a phrase you aren’t familiar with, you can always consult with Spanish tutors. Beginner language learners should start learning the language with them, to start reading amazing travel experiences.
This is, without a doubt, one of the most unique travel blogs in Spanish.
The author of the blog, Huan Pablo, started hitchhiking in 2005. His daily budget was only 5$ a day. That way, he traveled all across the globe. He visited 72 countries and walked more than 93.000 miles.
And now he writes about interesting places he saw, which he sorted by countries he visited.
He is a true master of traveling.
By subscribing to the blog about 18-month of traveling through South America, you can get his e-book with a discount. And not only one book. In the “Conseguir los libros’ section, you can see several more e-books and choose which one you like most.
This blog is mainly about traveling, but you can find many useful posts about architecture and philosophy, as well as some useful tips on how to enjoy the most while traveling.
The host of this blog, Antonio G, left school and decided to travel all alone.
Besides blog posts, there are podcasts about traveling available, so not that you can read, but you can listen to the host’s adventures, too.
There is also an active Facebook page Intelligencia Vijaera where you can sign up and get an e-book on how to be time-effective for free.
And that's not all. There are many guest posts on this blog, so you can connect with other people and read other entertaining blogs, too.
Here's one Argentinian travel blog.
A host is a young man from Argentina, who first traveled alone around the world as a teenager, and continued traveling years later.
On the front page, you can sign up and automatically you get his free e-book about traveling and making money.
As you can see, the host travels a lot, so there, undoubtedly, are many interesting posts.
One more useful thing about this blog is that you can practice the Argentinian variety of Spanish. You have to admit, their dialect is so cute.
With this blog not only do you get many entertaining articles about traveling and visiting many fascinating places, but you can also read about starting an online business.
The author of the blog uses Castilian Spanish slang, which is one more reason to take a look at this blog.
Ángel, the author, mainly travels to the USA, South America, Asia, and some European countries. What is even more fascinating about this man is that he travels to meet with his readers.
The discussion board is quite active, and many non-Spanish speakers, that is, language learners, seek help and share their opinions.
For those who like Mexico, Argentina, and the whole of Latin America, this blog is ideal.
The authors of the blog, Gabriela and Camilo, are a couple who’s been traveling on bamboo bicycles that they’ve built for themselves.
Gabriela is from Argentina, and Camilo is Mexican.
In one of their posts, they mention that they consider themselves responsible to show the beauty of Latin America, so that’s one of the reasons they’ve decided to start a blog.
So much beauty in the world, especially in the Americas, so other people should see, at least through their experience.
You will want to subscribe right after you read the first article on this blog.
The author is currently placed in Amsterdam, enjoying.
She was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and comes from a Hungarian- Argentinian- Spanish family. So, here’s an explanation of why she has a typical Hungarian name, Aniko.
When finished her studies, In 2008 Aniko decided that she wanted to travel and visit as many countries as possible. She has traveled throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, America, and started writing a blog about the countries she visited in 2010.
For about ten years, she’s been living the nomad’s way of life when she settled in France, and then, this year, in Amsterdam.
The way she writes makes you read over and over because she uses a simple but informative and entertaining way, which even some beginners can understand the context of.
The name of the blog is hilarious. For those who can’t quite understand, ‘Viajando Sin Papel Higienico’ means ‘traveling without a toilet paper.’
Hilarious but entirely true and real.
The author, Daniel, has a YouTube channel, and he is very active on social networks, too.
In his posts and articles, he writes about funny anecdotes, gives advice and tips about traveling, such as how to decide where to travel, what to avoid, etc.
Even before you decide to travel without toilet paper, start following Daniel. You’ll be delighted.
Here’s one more amazing name of a blog.
Alvaro is the author of ‘Biciclown’ who travels mainly on his bicycle making people smile. That’s why he’s biciclown.
When you enter his blog, you’ll see the sentence ‘La vida es una película y tu eres el director,’ in the meaning ‘Life is a movie and you are the director.’ Perfectly said.
According to his blog, Alvaro is a fascinating director.
Everyone should visit this blog, not because of his travel blogs, but entirely different approaches. He makes people smile, offers juggling and acrobatics in his project called ‘Smile Around the World.’
So, even if you perhaps can’t visit those places, you certainly can read and imagine traveling with Biciclown.
It seems that Argentinians are natural travelers because this is one more blog whose authors come from Argentina.
Dino and Aldana, a couple dedicated to writing, photography, and traveling. When you do what you love the most, then your life is perfect.
This couple likes to give a little magic to everything, so thanks to it, the blog became quite popular.
They have a book available for Kindle or printed version, which one you choose.
Now they have a third member, their son, who travels with them, giving even more magic to their way of life.
We don’t know how authors come to their minds such an amazing blog name because this one is also fascinating.
‘Algo que recordar’ means ‘Something to remember.’ The whole point of traveling is placed in this phrase.
It is one of the most beautiful travel blogs. Its authors, Rubén and Lucia, not only publish magnificent blog posts, but they also have great videos and podcasts.
And for YoutTube lovers, let’s not forget to mention their YouTube channel.
So, when you’re not up to reading, turn on the sound, and practice your listening skills.
Places they visited are sorted by continents. You can find categories, such as ‘Destinos en Familia’ ( Destinations for families) or ‘Destinos Recomendados’ (recommended destinations)
So, here are the 10 most popular Spanish travel guides.
As we’ve mentioned, thanks to these blogs in Spanish, you can practice and improve your reading skills, build your vocabulary, even get to the next proficiency level.
All that you can do by reading travel blogs. Their authors will taker you to the highest mountains or swim in the deepest oceans. You can walk together on Champs Elysees, ride a camel in Sahara, or visit the House of the rising Sun.
And then you can practice conversational skills with Spanish tutors and show your impressive vocabulary.
And, in no time, when you even won’t realize, you’ll biome fluent in Spanish.
¡Qué tenga un buen viaje! (Have a nice trip!)
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