Pedro Gilabert Gallegos, a Star of Andalusian Art

December 12, 2017 - Sin comentarios

photos | Alan Gandy Spain has of course produced more than its fair share of famed and highly influential artists over the centuries - household names such as Salvador Dalí, Francisco Goya, Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, and Diego Velázquez have...Leer más

3 Fabulous Faces of Vienna

December 11, 2017 - Sin comentarios

LaMiaFotografia Austria's capital is not merely one of Europe's most elegant, but also a truly remarkable hub of culture and exciting blend of past, present, and future. By day or by night; during all four seasons; solo, with your significant ot...Leer más

Basque Super-Chef Pedro Subijana

December 8, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Marta Miranda His folks wanted him to be a doctor. But growing up in San Sebastián in the 1950s, Pedro Subijana felt medicine wasn't for him. And so when he was about to start medical school, and  friend encouraged him to apply instead to the Hi...Leer más

The Colourful, Compelling Street Art of San José, Costa Rica

December 7, 2017 - Sin comentarios

all photos: Elen Turner   San José, the capital of the perennially pretty Costa Rica, doesn’t have the greatest reputation among travellers. My own first impression was that it was overwhelmingly concrete and grey. As our young Tico tour...Leer más

5 Creative Restaurants of A Coruña, Galicia

November 30, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Up north, above the land of flamenco and bullfights, lies green Spain, a land of rolling, forested hills and mountains, splendidly craggy ocean coasts, and a cuisine especially packed with the fruits of those oceans. Nowhere is this more true than ...Leer más

Swinging the Salsa Routes of Puerto Rico

November 29, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Ioana Catalina E Few other forms of dance and music in the world represent Latino culture today like salsa, and few other places in the world are as fantastic to experience it as the island of Puerto Rico, whose bomba and plena traditions (along wit...Leer más

The South of France’s Delightful – but Endangered – Canal du Midi

November 24, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Yuryev Pavel   Down in the south of France, one of the signature features of Toulouse, the big, bustling capital of Languedoc, is a great canal that connects its Garonne River to the Mediterranean Sea, 240 kilometres (150 miles) away. Fin...Leer más

5 Classic Places to Experience Thanksgiving in the USA

November 23, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Brent Hofacker Today is one of the United States' few annual holidays which most of its inhabitants regardless of origin, age, or creed cherish and when families reunite unlike any other time of year except Christmas. Always observed the fourth Thur...Leer más

To Haifa and Beyond: A Nifty North Israel Road Trip

November 22, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Igor Shootov Israel may be a small country, but outside its great metropoli Tel Aviv and Jerusalem there are many other marvelous corners to explore, as well, such as Masada, the biblical citadel. And I recently took a road trip to another are...Leer más

The Groundbreaking ‘Picasso/Lautrec’ Show in Madrid

November 20, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Both icons of world art, but certainly not two you would automatically associate with each other, right? Spaniard Pablo Picasso, perhaps the most reknowned artist of the 20th century, a giant of modern abstract art known the world over. Frenchman ...Leer más

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