You’ll want to visit the places you’ll be reading about in Spain Destinations. They’re every bit as charming and irresistible as the writers say! Besides, you won’t have any problems getting there; they’ll tell you how.
Spain is one of the world’s best places for expats, says "Expat Explorer: Broadening Perspectives," a global report by HSBC
Despite the crowd being about half its usual size, restaurant terraces are filled to capacity and businesses continue to boom. When most of the locals either keep close to the hearth or flee. Tourists from virtually anywhere colder than Spain, come and enjoy Dénia’s “cruel” winter which for them is just a chilly Tuesday
"Being able to munch on a berenjena saharaui from the Sahara while listening to Hakuna Ma Samba play the sounds of Rio de Janiero is something you won't forget in a hurry"
Asking vaguely for cheese in Spain is the same as asking vaguely for a bottle of wine, a dead give away that you do not really know what you want. However, do not despair. Cheeseaholic, me, is here to assist you
Juan Lladró: “Our porcelain pieces are works of art. We looked for a flower in its purest simplicity. For us this flower has become a timeless symbol that expresses man’s efforts to master material and achieve beauty”
Let’s talk about mushrooms. It’s the traditional mushroom picking season in the wannabe state that lies in the northeastern territory of Spain. The Catalans love to think they’re one of the savviest – if not the savviest – boletaires in the world. Why not?
One of the infallible ways to get to know the real Madrid is through the stomach? You bet! For example, to feast on the Cocido Madrileño (Madrid stew) is to savor the history of Madrid
Barcelona is still the third city in the world in terms of number of congresses and there have been no cancellations or changes of venue for the coming months. Airline bookings for the next three months continue to increase
"In the last decades, the strong revitalization efforts of Basque on the Spanish side of the Basque Country has led to a big new population of Basque speakers called ‘new speakers’"
"Perhaps the whole experience must be lived to be fully understood and appreciated, not just the ‘encierros’ but the spirit and philosophy and ‘joie de vivre’ of this peaceful little town that wakes up on July 7 and does not go back into a peaceful slumber again until July 15"