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.
In spring, the almond blossom competes in brilliance against the snow-crested peaks beyond. Suddenly, like a pencil line sharply delimiting the green lushness of this veritable oasis, the earth turns ochre-arid, supporting only the hardy olive. This is the presence and imagery that permeates the verse of its best-loved son and barb, Federico García Lorca: the viento verde of the undulating corn, long solitary walks through melancholy rain-filled afternoons, y el fondo un campo de nieve…home of the poet.
Nothing like a global tourism convention from the world tourism guru, Spain!
"The galleon is warmly welcomed wherever she goes. It is an iconic vessel, embodying the history of Spanish conquest of the New World, and a major tourist attraction"
A glimpse of the Barcelona of more than three decades ago, from the pages of GUIDEPOST
Visually, it's idyllic though windy. It's up in the Xistral Mountains of Galicia. And it's got the cheapest electricity in Spain because the municipal mayor thought it was time the people benefited from all the energy that was being generated by the windmills they're having to live with. That's Muras for you!
If Ibiza is a global favorite with savvy travellers – and the height of aspiration for the would-be – it's obviously because it's an enchanting white island where natural wonders abound. And they don't fade into hibernation just because it's winter and the hectic crowds have jumped ship from Europe's Party Central!
What the Madrileños were excited about in the New Year of 1987
The Holiday Season is all about artistically astonishing ingredients freshly caught from our seas and born from the land. Get your forks, knives and spoons ready because you are about to get the The Iberian Peninsula on a platter in the capital and creative cookery throughout the byways of Madrid´s neighborhoods.
A taste of New York City has made its way into Madrid’s very own Mercado Vallehermoso as Craft 19 bar and deli.
No matter what plaza you’re visiting, the stands are jam packed. The mercadillos are an important part of the Spaniards' Christmas routine, like decorating their tree and eating their turrón. And they're a major tourist attraction too!