There's something truly magical about the Spanish cuisine: its rich flavors, vibrant colors, and heartwarming dishes have won the hearts of food enthusiasts around the world. Among the culinary treasures of Spain, the Spanish tortilla...
When it comes to wine, Spain has a lot to offer. The diverse and rich Spanish wine culture is celebrated worldwide, and it's no wonder why. From the aromatic Albariño to the bubbly Cava, and the intriguing Queimada, Spain has a wine type for you.
Calling all music enthusiasts! Prepare to be captivated by the extraordinary talent of a world-renowned Spanish guitar player. Immerse in the soul-stirring melodies and enchanting strums that have made the famous flamenco guitarists an icon of flamenco.
Did you know that many whitewashed villages in the Axarquia have not registered a single case of Covid-19 during the pandemic? These villages are not on any major tourist route and we are happy to recommend them to those travelers who are more adventurous and are always looking to discover the off the beaten path Spain;
Today the entire world is celebrating the Theater Day. It was initiated in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute and it’s the perfect excuse to enjoy a play in one of this unique Spanish theatres.
Going to the Retiro Park is always a delight but when summer is getting nearer and days are warmer and longer is our favorite place in Madrid to relax and uind! In June the Annual Book Fair takes place...
In 2014 will take place the commemoration of the 4th centenary of the death of El Greco, one of the greatest artists of all time. There are three great exhibitions programmed for the year and the largest will gather over a 100 works of El Greco in Toledo.
Every July a small city in the north of Spain becomes the most important place in the world: from the 6th to the 14th of July, in Pamplona it takes place the world-wide known San Fermines.
Galicia has always been a stark place of unreal beauty. Inland, thick forests and deep green valleys. On the coast, cliffs and steep capes. The difficult orography made Galicia a unique region with its own particular culture.
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