Do you want to know more about the Travel Inspirers team? Then you have arrived to the correct place. Come in and see the members and blogs which have helped the Travel Inspirers experience become real. 12 professional and multitask profiles, focused on inspiring new destinations through their personal experience, their dreams, their images and their words.

3 viajes


3viajesaldia was born in 2007 as a collaborative project with a strong passion focusing on travelling and experiencing the world. It has grown and evolved overtime, with more editors and collaborators, but its principles stay the same: 3viajesaldia’ crafted chronicles want to inspire the passion for travel in others.

The team is formed by 5 multidisciplinary bloggers with different expertises ranging from journalists to community managers, SEO, online marketing and web development specialists. They also approach their travel stories with different styles and interests: backpacking, history, culture, architecture, etc. 3viajesaldia has years of experience in collaborating with tourism boards, PRs, media companies and brands in several promotional actions.

After more than 900 published posts, 3viajesaldia stays as one of the most popular and visited blogs in Spain, and covers a wide range of angles of travel and destinations, but always with an experiential approach.

El Pachinko

pachinkoPau García Solves is a travel blogger and Communications Manager on, an online travel agency.

With a degree in Journalism, Pau has worked in several online media companies, always related to new technologies and tourism. He is also professor in UMH Elche university (master in e-commerce and digital marketing courses).

Pau writes actively in his blog El Pachinko, one of the most popular in the travel blogs spanish scene. He is also editor on El Diario del Viajero blog (Weblogs SL). El Pachinko first started with a high specialization on asian destinations, but has evolved and now covers other destinations and also focuses on traveling with children.

Guías viajar


Journalist with a long experience as a Business Director in several editorial businesses, José Luis Serralde works now full-time on his Guias-Viajar travel blog. In this project he combines his expertise as a professional and a traveler, publishing experiences of his journies around Spain, Europe and North America.

Culture, nature and landscapes tourism are the main focus areas on Guías Viajar, mixed with practical travel data. Also picture galleries and videos (through YouTube channel) sum up to bring more than 2.700 travel posts to the Spanish audience since 2008.

Nani Arenas


Nani Arenas: Comunicadora y contadora de historias. Periodista con más de 15 años de experiencia en medios escritos y audiovisuales. Y desde el 2008, ¡Viajera Empedernida! Blog de viajes cuyo fin es contagiar el espíritu viajero a todos aquellos que se asomen. Contagio y ¡ojo! no conozco antídoto contra el espiritu nómada.

El mundo de la comunicación digital me apasiona. Creo la explosión del Social Media nos abre un campo increíble a todos los “contadores de historias”. Vivimos una revolución mucho mas grande que cuando se inventó la imprenta. Tenemos por delante un mundo riquísimo y dominarlo es un objetivo ambicioso al que me apunto.

Mis viajes por ahí


Inés Fernández has a degree in Audiovisual Communication and a master in digital post-production. She started translating german articles for the european magazine E-blogs, but quickly moved to work on her blog Mis Viajes por Ahí where she has been finalist in Lonely Planet’s 2010 “Best spanish travel blog”. She has been traveling tirelessly ever since.

Inés writes about personal travel experiences combined with practical data, always aiming at inspiring her readers to travel around the world. She always brings with her the ‘Ganesh elephant toy’ and takes pictures of him on every destination.

Paco Nadal


paco-nadal-viajesPaco Nadal is a renowned spanish travel journalist, writer, photographer and documentary director that transformed his passion into a lifestyle and a profession more than 20 years ago, and hasn’t looked back since.

Paco collaborates with El Pais spanish newspaper, he hosts a travel show on radio (Cadena SER), stars in travel documentaries in Canal Viajar and writes travel guides for El Pais-Aguilar editorial. Paco has also published two narrative books, “El cuerno del elefante”, first book that prestigious National Geographic published from a spanish author, and “Pedro Páramo ya no vive aquí”, narrative prize of travel for Eurostar-RBA editorial, 2010.

Paco writes his most personal views on travel experiences and also travel news on El blog de Paco Nadal, blog that belongs to El Viajero, El Pais online supplement group of blogs. He rambles about his travel experiences giving protagonism to good literature, but also sporting an amusing, entertaining and critical style.

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José Miguel Redondo (Sele)


seleCon más de 80 países a sus espaldas José Miguel Redondo, más conocido como Sele, se dedica a narrar sus vivencias desde hace 8 años en El rincón de Sele. Licenciado en Documentación, trabaja además como coordinador de contenidos de viajes y redactor en Cadena SER Viajes y Los40viajes, no parando de dar vueltas al mundo a través de sus detalladísimos artículos. Ha llevado a cabo diversas exposiciones de fotografía e impartido conferencias sobre turismo y viajes en numerosos lugares de la geografía española. Es, además, uno de los fundadores de las #Tertuliasviajeras, un exitoso evento que se desarrolla cada mes en ciudades como Madrid y Barcelona.

Sele ofrece en sus relatos múltiple información práctica destinada a viajeros independientes, sin olvidarse de darle un toque emotivo, pasional y crítico a todo que escribe. A este viajero y bloguero polifacético le acompaña un lema que no se cansa de repetir una y otra vez: “Viajar es invertir en vida”.

Trajinando por el mundo

trajinandoRestless traveler, curious and in constant movement, Carmen Pérez del Olmo is a professional travel writer that works with different media companies, always creating online quality content.

Trajinando por el Mundo is her most personal space, where she writes about every destination she travels from a radically personal point of view, complemented and enriched with information based on a rigorous research. The quality of the blog has been recognized with a 2010 Bitácoras prize for the “Best spanish travel blog”.

Specialized in woman solo traveler, Carmen has been backpacking around the world on several 6+ month journies (Russia, trans mongolian and rural China, Latinoamerica, etc.).



Viajablog is a travel and tourism portal in Spanish language, with an audience mainly from Europe and South America but with visitors from all over the world. Their 4 editors (Avistu, David, Sergi and Quique) write both about their individual travels or as part of organized trips and provide useful information about transportation, accommodation, and the destination as well as sections with participation and content provided by their readers. Since Viajablog started back in 2005, they have published more than 2,800 articles and their readers have left more than 8,800 comments.

Viajablog distinguishes from other blogs in that their 4 editors have all them travelled the world for 6 months or more and in several occasions, mostly by backpacking. Notwithstanding, the blog´s audience is very broad as they cater for all kinds of travelers, from weekend tourists to the independent traveler looking for personalized information and tips on destinations and accommodation.

Viajes, rock y fotos


Viajes, Rock y Fotos is the alter ego of José Ramón Álvaro González, a travel journalist and photographer, with a degree in Journalism for the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. José Ramón has more than 10 years of experience in the field, and he has worked with renowned Spanish media as Cadena SER, Radio Nacional de España, Onda Cero and Televisión Española.

Viajes, Rock y Fotos is a compound of Jose’s travel experiences, always translated in crafted texts and photographs. He aims to bring the sensations of being at the destination to the readers, and spark in them the need of experience it by themselves. José Ramón publishes 2 full chronicles per week, accompanied by other lighter travel annotation posts.