Spain

Tips and Articles in Spain

It’s no secret that Barcelona is a traveler’s dream, rich with affordable tapas bars, gothic cathedrals, the wonderful Fundació Joan Miró, and the world’s most famous football club. But there is one side of the Catalonian capital that’s less known...
It’s no secret that Barcelona is a traveler’s dream, rich with affordable tapas bars, gothic cathedrals, the wonderful Fundació Joan Miró, and the world’s most famous football club. But there is one side of the Catalonian capital that’s less known...
What better way to commemorate the near-end of tomato season than with a food fight among thousands of people? (There probably isn't one.) The 70th annual La Tomatina festival kicked off today in Buñol, Spain and it's just as messy as you'd expect...
What better way to commemorate the near-end of tomato season than with a food fight among thousands of people? (There probably isn't one.) The 70th annual La Tomatina festival kicked off today in Buñol, Spain and it's just as messy as you'd expect...
What better way to commemorate the near-end of tomato season than with a food fight among thousands of people? (There probably isn't one.) The 70th annual La Tomatina festival kicked off today in Buñol, Spain and it's just as messy as you'd expect...
What better way to commemorate the near-end of tomato season than with a food fight among thousands of people? (There probably isn't one.) The 70th annual La Tomatina festival kicked off today in Buñol, Spain and it's just as messy as you'd expect...
What better way to commemorate the near-end of tomato season than with a food fight among thousands of people? (There probably isn't one.) The 70th annual La Tomatina festival kicked off today in Buñol, Spain and it's just as messy as you'd expect...
What better way to commemorate the near-end of tomato season than with a food fight among thousands of people? (There probably isn't one.) The 70th annual La Tomatina festival kicked off today in Buñol, Spain and it's just as messy as you'd expect...
Gastronomes visiting Spain’s Costa del Sol still have a few more weeks to try celebrated chef Dani Garcia’s “Once Upon a Time” menu at his eponymous restaurant at the Hotel Puente Romano in Marbella. For more than a decade, Garcia has been the go-...
Warm up your throwing arm and pack your stain-resistant poncho, because Spain’s annual food fight is about to get underway: La Tomatina kicks off in the city of Buñol on August 26. You won’t want to miss this epic tomato-tossing festival. Accor...
Do you despise the deep freeze of summer movie theater air conditioning? Why not take your films outside at Madrid’s Urban Beach Cinema at the Conde Duque cultural center. Each night offers a different film series—science fiction, sing-along music...
Málaga’s growing role as a cultural capital of southern Spain got a major boost this spring, with the opening of a “pop-up” Centre Pompidou, an offshoot of the Paris museum that is among the great repositories of 20th-century art. The Centre Pompi...
Spaniards perfected the art of small plates long before the phenomenon reached the States and became associated with “new American cuisine.” And while the country is mainly known for socializing over tapas, pintxos have been a huge part of norther...
With all the controversy currently swirling over big game hunting, it’s nice to know there is an animal-friendly way to achieve that sought-after safari look without actually killing anything. In his old-world studio on Madrid’s tranquil yet trend...
Ironically Barcelona’s—and indeed the world’s—largest Art Nouveau complex is often overlooked by architecture lovers who come to the Catalan capital chanting “Gaudí, Gaudí, Gaudí.” Yet just a few blocks away from architect Antoní Gaudí’s celebrate...