25 Top Spots for Fall Foliage Watching in Europe

August 16, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Ondrej Prosicky When you read about spectacular autumn foliage and leaf-peeping, the vast majority of the attention gets focused on places like the northerly regions of the USA. But many Europeans can tell you that large parts of the the Old Cont...Leer más

Barbecue in the USA: A Quick Primer

August 10, 2017 - Sin comentarios

vwcampin In the USA, barbecue is a year-round treat, and many regions of the country – mostly in the American South – have their own particular slant on the art of roasting, smoking, and saucing meats on a nice hot grill or in a smoker or pit....Leer más

Sweet Summer Escapes in the Madrid Region

July 25, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Turismo Comunidad de Madrid It's undeniable: the Community of Madrid surrounding Spain's capital has it all for an unforgettable summer. All within an hour of the city of Madrid you'll find a very different side of things, with a wide range of holid...Leer más

Iberia & the Way of St. James

July 24, 2017 - 1 comentario

Manuel This week marks the highlight of the year for many in the majestic Galicia city of Santiago de Compostela: the celebrations and events surrounding tomorrow's Feast Day of St. James the Apostle, by when many of those hiking northern Spain's Ca...Leer más

Asinara Island an Italian Eco-Gem

July 20, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Marco Once notorious as the Alcatraz or Devil's Island of the Mediterranean, these days hilly, petite Asinara Island (just 52 square kilometres/20 sq. miles) off the northwestern tip of Sardinia is a nature paradise that is one of Europe's under-...Leer más

Iberia Plus Supercharges Shopping in Madrid & Barcelona

July 17, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Who luvs them some shopping on holiday? Well, have we got deals for you. In recent years, Spain outlet shopping has been growing in popularity, and its two largest cities, Madrid and Barcelona, now sport elegant outlet shopping centres. And sinc...Leer más

Spain’s *Real* Goth Girls (& Guys): Top 7 Visigothic Sites

July 10, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando   The Visigoths were among the Germanic tribes that sacked imperial Rome in the early 5th century and came to hold sway over significant swaths of what is today Italy and especially southern Fran...Leer más

The Sweet Little Cove Beaches of Majorca

July 7, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Besides the cultural offerings of capital Palma de Mallorca and various other towns, the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands is a true natural paradise, which helps make it one of Europe's top sun 'n' sand destinations. Yes, it has its mass touri...Leer más

Spanish History Lesson: A Look Back at Spain’s Ruling Bourbon Dynasty

July 6, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Presidencia de la República Mexicana This summer marks the third anniversary of the ascension of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia (seen above on a state visit to Mexico) to the constitutional throne of Spain. Succeeding his father, Juan Carlos I,...Leer más

Top 6 Revolutionary War Sites of New York City

July 4, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Daniel Schwen Back before, during, and after the American Revolution (1776-1983) and the years leading up to it, New York City was as now the largest and one of the most important cities of the nascent United States of America – and in fact even s...Leer más

263410 written by Ed Fryer

26/10/2015

Those Moroccan spices look incredible. It would be such fun to go there to learn how best to use them as well. What a great idea!

263430 written by Sarah, Maison Cupcake

26/10/2015

I loved my first ever trip to Barcelona earlier this month! I missed out on that market but am definitely intending to go again.

263450 written by Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

26/10/2015

I’m going to New Orleans in the spring, will have to look up those cooking classes! They sound like a lot of fun.

263545 written by Jemma @ Celery and Cupcakes

27/10/2015

I bet it’s wonderful learning how to cook the native food of the country that you are visiting. If only I had known about the Parisian cooking classes when I was there last time.

263752 written by Bintu | Recipes From A Pantry

28/10/2015

I do a cooking class in almost every destination I visit – and since New Orleans is on my list I will defo check these classes out when I get there.

325720 written by The Jetset Boyz

14/8/2017

We love eating tapas when we’re in Spain. After the fun we had making paella in Valencia, on our recent trip to Barcelona, we decided to take a tapas making class. It’s something different and it turned out to be a really fun way to spend an evening! It’s definitely worth doing if you love good tapas.

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