Damian Corrigan

  • Damian Corrigan is a travel writer who has traveled extensively throughout Spain since moving there in 2003.
  • He has written about Spain full time since 2006, particularly about his extended stays in Madrid, Seville, and Marbella.​


Damian Corrigan is a former writer for TripSavvy, contributing articles about Spain over 10 years. He began visiting Spain regularly in 1989 to see his grandparents, who lived in Jávea. He has lived almost exclusively in Spain since 2003, spending extended periods in Madrid, Seville, Marbella, and Salamanca. He has explored Cadiz, Puerto de Santa Maria, Valencia, Barcelona, Granada, Cordoba, Tarragona, and Malaga as well as the Spanish wilderness during a hitchhike from London to Morocco.

While living in Madrid, he taught English and served as editor of an English-language expat magazine. Damian also experienced two of the biggest moments in modern Spanish history during his time in Madrid: the terrorist attacks of March 11 and King Felipe's marriage to Letizia Ortiz, both of which occurred in 2004. 


Damian has a bachelor's degree in politics, specializing in the European Union, from the University of Warwick. He also has a certificate in Teaching English as a Second or Other Language.

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