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  • Las Hijas de Florencio

    The former carpenter's shop is now a favorite watering hole for Santander's youth-set, who come here for hearty tapas (like blood pudding) and late... More
  • Las Tres Damas de Barajas (The Three Ladies from Barajas)

    These three sculptural bronze busts, created by internationally known Valencian artist Manolo Valdés, manage to seem both stately and playful. Each... More
  • L'Eixample

    Urbanized after 1860, L'Eixample (the Expansion) is now the city's main shopping district and the world's top repository of Art Nouveau architectur... More
  • Les Boutiques

    A sprawling duty-free emporium, Les Boutiques stocks watches and jewelry from Cartier and Bulgari; Ferragamo purses and leather goods; and signatur... More
  • Loarre Castle

    The Romanesque towers and 11th-century monastery at Loarre Castle are just 22 miles from town. The fortress juts out from a rocky precipice, giving... More
  • Lobby

    The two-floor emporium of fabulousness in El Born sells everything from music to beauty products to clothing. Created by the editors of T+L for Re... More
  • Lopez de Heredia Winery

  • Lotta Vintage

    You can find everything from silk handkerchiefs to cotton bandannas mixed in with clothes from the 40’s to the 70’s. More
  • Lupino

    If you're after a one-stop fiesta, you'll find it here: Six separate spaces, including an open kitchen, a dining room, a casual café, a terrace bar... More
  • Lupo

    From slouchy, oversize carryalls to soft leather purses in the store's signature abanico (fan) shape, bags from Lupo are a Barcelona staple. More
  • Lydia Delgado

    This crimson-walled shop stocks Delgado's signature black and ivory separates and knits. More
  • Madame Bugalú

  • Made for Spain

  • Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD)

    Located a 20-minute drive east of the city, Madrid Barajas International Airport is the busiest in Spain. There is free wireless Internet throughou... More
  • Madrid Festivals

    The Festival Internacional de Madrid en Danza (011-34-91-720-83-45), in April, brings dancers from all mediums and a myriad of countries to city th... More
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