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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

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... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

Spaniards perfected the art of small plates long before the phenomenon reached the States and became associated with “new American cuisine.” And while... Read More

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... Read More

Ironically Barcelona’s—and indeed the world’s—largest Art Nouveau complex is often overlooked by architecture lovers who come to the Catalan capital... Read More

As Madrid’s heat wave winds down, it’s safe to enjoy the outdoors again. You'll feel like a kid on summer holiday while strolling the streets of Madrid... Read More

Summer is shaping up to be anything but a slow season on the Madrid restaurant scene, with new ventures arriving in rapid succession all around the city... Read More

Spain’s first Bourbon ruler, King Philip V (1683-1746), was raised at the court of his grandfather, French King Louis XIV. Needless to say,... Read More

The Catalonia region of Spain has plenty of sunny beaches, and—according to its regulators—too many Airbnb-like rentals. ... Read More

Necessity may also the mother of discovery. When our movers mistakenly pushed up our moving date by nearly a week, we scrambled to find comfortable... Read More

The summer sun isn’t the only shade of yellow radiating in the streets of Madrid this season. As they have each June and July for the past 18 years,... Read More

Fulfilling one of her many controversial campaign promises, Ada Colau, Barcelona's new left-leaning mayor, last week announced a one-year moratorium on... Read More

Even taking into account the pop-culture fluency of Takashi Murakami’s art, a world-class exhibition of his work would seem like a weird fit for Ibiza,... Read More

The festival of San Fermin has been held in Pamplona, Spain, for centuries and the annual event is still the area’s claim to fame. Of the many... Read More

With daytime temperatures already topping 100 degrees, Madrid’s Pride celebrations—known as Orgullo—promise to heat up the city even more. Running from... Read More

After a few climatic fits and starts over the last few weeks, summer seems poised to arrive in Madrid this weekend. And so begins another outdoor dining... Read More

To accommodate public demand for its popular exhibition Picasso/Dalí, Dalí/Picasso, the Museu Picasso in Barcelona is keeping the show open until 9... Read More

Ferran Adrià didn't see his illustrious temple to molecular gastronomy El Bulli, which shuttered in 2011, as a restaurant. To the pioneering chef, it... Read More

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