Castles, Monasteries & Cathedrals – Adria Lopez

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What do you get when you mix a passion for discovery, ancient historical monuments, and the inspiration of a 14 year old boy named Adria Lopez? You get an incredibly creative and educational website that will delight and invite you to explore and discover more of Spain’s treasured culture, history, and amazing beauty.

Adria Lopez has put his enthusiasm, creativity, and dedication together with his powerful vision to share the castles, monasteries and cathedrals in a most unique and captivating website that is a wealth of  fascinating historical information and is a visual encyclopedia that everyone will enjoy.

This weekend Adria Lopez is spending a very special time in a truly magical place as he was invited as a honored guest by the Turismo de Santiago de Compostela office to take part in some very unique activities in Santiago.  Visiting Santiago de Compostela is a dream come true for many around the world and this special honor celebrating Jaume’s fantastic creative project and dedication to share what he loves of his culture will surely add many more wonderful blog posts of incredible pictures and educational information for all of us to discover and enjoy!

Thank you Adria Lopez for sharing your passions that are inspiring so many to explore, discover and make their own travel journeys visiting the castles, monasteries, and cathedrals of Spain.

For more information please visit Adria Lopez’s website and blog: http://www.castellsmonestirsicatedrals.com

A very special thank you to Nathalie Archer, Sam-says Enjoy-life!, for sharing the newspaper article of Adria’s invitation and special adventure in Santiago de Compostela!

One thought on “Castles, Monasteries & Cathedrals – Adria Lopez

  1. Good morning:
    Thank you very much for wanting to know the history of Adria Lopez and his blog.
    We want to make a small clarification is that the trip has nothing to do with the tourist office in Santiago de Compostela
    His journey to Santiago de Compostela was conducted between 21 and 24 March 2014 through collaboration http://www.santiagoturismo.ES an independent blog and official assistance guides (guiasgalicia.com) selflessly to teach the boy the city ​​and its attractions.

    The municipality of Santiago, has not participated in this event.

    A greeting and thanks

    contacto@santiagoturismo.es

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