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No trip to Spain is complete without savoring some tapas and a glass of wine. Tapas are bite-sized appetizers, tiny delicious hot and cold snacks served in bars all over Spain. Eating them standing ...
The electrifying capital of Spain, Madrid is one of the world's most vibrant and exciting cities. The nightlife in Madrid is like nowhere else – the night starts around 2am and drinking, dancing ...
Legend has it that the original tapas were used as covers to keep the sherry in Andalusian taverns safe from flies dropping into the glass. Bread, ham or chorizo were best, and led to the creation ...
Forget Champagne, the celebratory tipple of choice in Spain is Cava and the sparkling wine is sipped at everything from weddings and birthday bashes to an evening meal with friends and family. First ...
Andalucía has the lot: glorious coastline, soaring mountains, cosmopolitan cities, white-washed villages, marvelous Moorish heritage...and that's just for starters. Granada makes an ideal ...
Think of Andalucia , and certain Spanish archetypes spring to mind: splendid Moorish architecture, bullfighting, mouth-watering tapas…and flamenco. A visit to the region would be unthinkable ...
The Spanish capital, Madrid, is a sensational city for nightlife lovers, gourmets, art lovers, and football fans alike. Take a Madrid tour, or jump on the hop-on hop-off bus to get a feel for the ...
Flamenco is the passionate style of traditional music, song and dance of the Gypsies (flamencos) of Andalusia. Flamenco takes three forms: Cante, (song), Baile, (dance), and Guitarra, (guitar). ...
Would recommend the bike tour as you can see the sights of Barcelona city and get your bearings. Our friendly guide even stoped off at a local restaurant for us to have a glass of sangria.
Holy Week in Seville (this year April 17th-24th) is the celebration of the passion and death of Christ through the brotherhood processions to the Cathedral. Besides the religious aspects, Holy Week ...
What could be more fun than doing something you’re not normally allowed to do? Say, for example, throwing tomatoes at people. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Spain Things ...
Written by Erin R, January 2013
When you think of Spain, skiing doesn’t really come to mind, now does it? Well, it should. With ski resorts sprinkled around the country, chances are that, during winter, a snowy excursion is only a ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
It’s ‘the largest swimming pool in the world according to Esther
Williams and she’d know – she was the famous water-ballet star of
Hollywood. And I’m sure that many of the people who flock to the ...
In every village, town and city in Spain
you’ll find a healthy bar culture: it’s where people gather to share
news, listen to music, dance and celebrate life. And of course to have a
drink or ...
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