In Maria Duenas’ “The Time In Between”, we learn about the Spanish Civil War from the perspective of a seamstress turned skillful spy.
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Jane Christmas’s funny memoir of her 780-kilometre trek across Spain on the Camino de Santiago to celebrate her 50th birthday and midlife.
Five Spanish towns that offer unique art, culture and UNESCO World Heritage experiences, from my recent travels in the off season.
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On the 50th anniversary of Pablo Picasso’s death in 1973, there’s no better place to start learning about the artist than Malaga, my home for several months.
With breathtaking views, charming cafes and unspoiled beaches, Nerja, Maro and Frigliana are among the most picturesque towns in Spain.
Seven things for women to do in Seville in the off season, when cooler temperatures and less crowds will make you want to return again
The undiscovered town of La Herradura, near Malaga in Southern Spain, is central enough to visit the Alhambra and other historic sites.
Five shoulder season travel destinations recommended by women that offer lower costs, less crowds, and unique experiences.
Art lover Catherine Driver shares her secrets to discover Zaragoza, Spain, a less-travelled city with incredible historic sights and museums.
Wondering where to celebrate New Year’s Eve? From El Fin del Mundo in Argentina to Europe’s oldest city, here are five places to consider.
Even the world’s most famous pilgrimage, Spain’s Camino de Santiago, has some surprises for experienced walker JourneyWoman Publisher Carolyn Ray.
Five lessons learned from my first international trip in two years, with tips on travel insurance, testing, mask etiquette and travel agents.
Take a peek into my backpack with my Camino de Santiago packing list, filled with everything you need to get ready for your pilgrimage.
Period stigma exists: 500 million women and girls worldwide don’t have what they need to manage their periods safely and without shame.
The JourneyWoman team selects their favourite off-the-beaten path travel destinations every woman should experience, from Ethiopia to Thailand.
When the Camino de Santiago in Spain calls, women follow their hearts to make this one of our top once-in-a-lifetime solo travel experiences.
As part of our Once-in-a-Lifetime Travel Experiences series, we feature Alesa Teague’s Camino de Santiago memoir “The Long Road Home”.
We asked some of our JourneyWoman women’s tour partners, who are experts in local cuisine, to share their best culinary travel experiences.