Olivia Gilmore

Olivia Gilmore is a travel enthusiast, writer, and cultural anthropologist who has traveled to West Africa, Europe and across the East and West Coast of the United States. As a member of Amnesty International, her interests include advocating for human rights, humanitarian volunteer work, and cultural immersion. She's from Lunenburg, MA.

A view from the top of 13th century Peñíscola Castle that is surrounded almost entirely by the Mediterranean Sea. Photo by Olivia Gilmore

Can’t help but love Northern Valencia Spain

Nestled into the southeastern coast of Spain is home to little medieval villages mixed alongside ultra-modern niche cities that any bike riding, paella-eating, travel enthusiast can’t help but love. By Olivia Gilmore There’s no doubt that Valencia’s capital city is a delectable place for any foodie or monument seeker…but what…


Warnings and Alerts Make Travel Insurance a Good Idea

Visiting The Most Dangerous Places On Earth Despite Travel Warnings By Olivia Gilmore What is it that tempts travelers to journey to some of the most dangerous places on earth? Is it the thrill of forbidden? The adrenaline of the unknown? Or are some people just purely naive? As travelers,…

Picturesque beach property in Valencia, Spain where people can park their boats freely and take a stroll.

What’s New In Valencia, Spain

By Olivia Gilmore Valencia, also known as the City of Sand, is one of the oldest cities in Spain. The charming and vibrant city has made its way to becoming one of the top tourist destinations in Europe for 2017. The port city of Valencia is located on Spain’s southeastern…

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