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  • Cycling Classics

    Cycling Classics arranges bicycle tours for groups, guided bicycle vacations, and self-guided tours for individuals through France. (As a joint U.S... More
  • De la Ceca a la Meca

    Santander has a surprising concentration of trendy women's boutiques. Ceca is the current favorite among Spain's fashionistas, who flock here to st... More
  • Deborah Hyte

    A destination specialist for all of Italy, she makes her focus luxury leisure travel to worldwide destinations (particularly Western Europe, South ... More
  • Del Diego Cocktail Bar

    At Madrid’s best cocktail bar, tuxedoed bartenders wield wooden batons to crack the ice that chills your martini glass, and the devilishly sweet vo... More
  • Deluz

    You can multitask your leisure time in this restaurant/café/lounge/disco, which is housed in a palatial former family home, with Grandmother's hand... More
  • Discos Castelló

    Discos Castelló is an independent record store located in the Raval neighborhood. Established in the 1930’s, the shop is one of the oldest on Talle... More
  • Discoteca Mucho Teatro

    Sophisticated revelers know to head across the Bay of Cadiz to one of the clubs or taverns in the port town of Puerto de Santa María. Among the cur... More
  • Don Vivot

  • Drive Through Andalusia

    Southern Spain has many brilliant colors: a flash of red on a whirling flamenco dancer; the peachy pinks of tropical flowers on the walls of an Ara... More
  • Eden Lun

    Founded in 1999 by the husband and wife design duo Xavi Gali and Cris Roca, this Barcelona boutique stocks fur, silk, cashmere, and leather pieces.... More
  • El Baxar del Libro

  • El Caminito del Rey

    Translated as "the King’s Little Pathway," this cliffy route near Málaga has been closed for years. But it remains one of the world’s most famous d... More
  • El Populo

    In the Old Quarter, the sights are so copious that a Roman amphitheater is just another ruin, located at the end of a tiny, virtually unmarked alle... More
  • El Rastro

    Having started in the Middle Ages, El Rastro is a rambling 3,500-vendor market in the old streets of Madrid. The market begins at 9 a.m. on Sundays... More
  • El Raval

    Though largely gentrified thanks to the arrival of the Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona and attendant galleries, the former slum of El Raval m... More

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