A featureless and uninspiring highway connects Barcelona and Madrid. People drive their cars through this expressway like androids, willing to go from point A to point B as fast as they can.
This way of travelling is very useful if your target in life is to be a productive person. But if your target in life is to enjoy your life, or simply if you have no target at all in your life, I´d propose to you an alternative route from Barcelona to Madrid (or vice versa), spending one overnight in the village of Alcañiz.
So, my dear bohemian reader, follow Covetotop in this slow, unproductive, very little known and immensely charming alternative route between the two most important cities of Spain. We are about to cross the southernmost part of the old Kingdom of Aragón, including its Matarraña Region, also known as the “Spanish Tuscany”.
It is a land…
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