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Start your journey with a few days in mainland Spain exploring Madrid and Barcelona, then venture to the country’s southern coast or Mediterranean isles... Read More

This port city is home to all things hip, cool, and delicious—so the best things to do in Barcelona are culturally rich, maybe even avant-garde.... Read More

The city of Barcelona is a perennially popular vacation spot, and for a good reason—it’s got some of the prettiest shorelines in Europe, plus the... Read More

As one of the world's premier destinations for food-lovers, it goes without saying that Barcelona is home to an abundance of gourmet restaurants. What... Read More

The ocean has a lot of secrets—that's no surprise to anyone. Here's another one to add to the list: there's a new underwater museum just off the coast... Read More

If the word “Ibiza” conjures images of raucous clubbing, inescapable soundtracks of deep-house mash-ups spun by international DJs, and dance parties... Read More

Madrid, the capital city of Spain and center for fashion, food, and historical sights, is famous for its traditional New Year's Eve celebration—a... Read More

In insomniac Spain, calling a place sleepy is always relative. But it’s certainly true of Gros, an unsung culinary gold mine across the river from San... Read More

Madrid isn't just a place to feast on paella and sip on the finest of red wines. In Spain's capital city, there's a wealth of literary treasures for... Read More

Tara Penke, from Santa Barbara, California, has lived in Barcelona since 2002. Five years ago, she and her Chilean husband, Jaime, opened a restaurant... Read More

More than 100 years since kicking off construction, the Sagrada Familia's build-time finally has an end in sight. According to Elle Decor, the... Read More

Anyone visiting Madrid and hankering for fine global street food should swing by Madrid’s AZCA Plaza, near the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, for the XI... Read More

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One of the top-rated restaurants in the world, Chicago’s innovative Alinea revealed today its plans to continue pushing boundaries even while it’s... Read More

There’s a big reward waiting for you in retirement: you can finally go on those trips you’ve always dreamed of, without having to worry about running... Read More

Madrid’s renowned Prado Museum has launched its fall season with “The Divine Morales,” which will be on view through January 10. Don’t feel bad if... Read More

Located just two and a half hours north of Madrid by train, the Castilian provincial capital of Burgos has always offered a nicely focused day trip to... Read More

Madrid’s reputation as a European culinary capital just got a boost. Atul Kochhar, the first Indian chef to garner a Michelin star, is opening Benares... Read More

A German boy slowed to walk beside me in the sun-dappled woodlands outside of Burguete, Spain. He introduced himself, asked if I was American, asked if... Read More

Not so long ago, many of Barcelona’s prime art galleries were clustered around the junction of the major thoroughfares Rambla de Catalunya and Carrer... Read More

First it was Milan's Bar Luce, and now there's a new space that will extend your Wes Anderson-themed vacation all the way to Barcelona. The Margot... Read More

The closest Madrid may ever come to a citizen rebellion in the 21st century occurred last December, when city hall shut down the wildly popular vintage... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

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