3 Marvelous Madrid Meccas for Terrific Tapas

November 17, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Hermosos y Malditos By now, every foodie knows that Spain is the tapas mecca par excellence, with tapas bars on nearly every corner of every town. And so what better place than its capital to experience a distillation of the very best this country ...Leer más

Ceuta, a Striking Spanish City in – North Africa??

November 7, 2017 - Sin comentarios

mehdi charia Beautiful Spain is a country whose diversity can surprise some people. In fact, not too many people realise that a bit of it even extends beyond Europe to North Africa! The autonomous cities of Melilla and Ceuta lie just on the other si...Leer más

Almería Is an Undersung Gem of Andalusia, Spain

November 2, 2017 - 2 comentarios

Alan Gandy Many cities and provinces in Andalusia have become well known to international lovers of beaches, history, cuisine, and culture alike – familiar names like Córdoba, Granada, Jérez, Málaga, Seville, and even Ronda. But its eastern...Leer más

San Sebastián, Spain on Two Wheels

October 25, 2017 - Sin comentarios

all photos | Nora Zubia The gracious seaside doyenne of Basque Country cities is a tidy, relatively compact place where all roads lead to its beaches and to the sea, the Bay of Biscay. Besides those fetching beaches, which attract sunseekers from a...Leer más

On Our 90th Anniversary, an Iberia Exhibition in Madrid

October 24, 2017 - Sin comentarios

As we've been reminding you throughout 2017, we're in the midst of a big birthday this year: the 90th anniversary of our founding! We've been marking the occasion in various ways in the past month, and the most recent just opened to visitors at Ma...Leer más

Córdoba, Spain’s Nifty New Flower Fest

October 20, 2017 - Sin comentarios

FLORA International Flower Festival The ancient, atmospheric, labyrinthine old quarter of this Andalusian city on the Guadalquivir River is known for its history, its winding cobblestone lanes, its grand mosque/cathedral, and its lovely patios. And ...Leer más

Volcanoes of Lanzarote on Foot & 4×4

October 10, 2017 - Sin comentarios

leoks The fourth largest/third smallest of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is one of its drier, most volcanic-looking ones, wth golden-brown beaches populated by sand blown over from the relatively nearby Sahara desert (the African mainland being aro...Leer más

A Half Century of Sitges’ Fantasy Film Fest

October 5, 2017 - Sin comentarios

  Catalonia's iconic holiday city by the sea, just 45 minutes south of Barcelona, is known for its sun, sand, and quaint whitewashed architecture. But Sitges has also developed quite a festival scene, and the doyen of said scene reache...Leer más

In Spain’s Green Asturias, Once Gritty Gijón a Rejuvenated Dynamo

September 27, 2017 - Sin comentarios

juanjominor The largest city (pop. 280,000) of Asturias, one of the regions of Spain's green north, Gijón is also its major seaport, right astride the bracing Cantabrian Sea. And for much of the 20th century, the emphasis here was less on aesthet...Leer más

Discovering ‘Authentic’ Barcelona in its Sants Neighbourhood

September 19, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Dani Keral The working-class district of Sants in Barcelona's south is best known for its enormous train station - Spain's second largest - which connects the city to most other destinations throughout the country. So tens and hundreds of thousa...Leer más

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