Spain Travel Guide
This collection of fantastic, if occasionally brutally themed, religious art, including pieces by Peter Paul Rubens, is in an appropriately creaky and forbidding 16th-century working convent smack in the heart of Madrid’s central district.
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An impressive menu of rejuvenating treatments is offered at this full-service sanctuary (an outpost of an upscale Spanish spa chain).
A colorful fishermen's quarter, the laid-back Barceloneta is lined with seafood restaurants and lovely beaches.
Originally designed and built by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the 1929 International Exposition, the Pabellon Mies van der Rohe is known as one of the first examples of 20th century architecture and is arguably one of the most influential buildings of the last century.
Locals call this church La Manquita, or "the One-Armed Lady," because only one of the façade's soaring bell towers was ever completed.
Six giant sculptural sunshades soar 90 feet above the plaza and resemble, depending on whom you ask, a cluster of giant mushrooms, roiling clouds, or gargantuan waffle chips.
This Catalan food-and-wine immersion program includes olive-oil tastings, vineyard visits, and meals in classic regional restaurants.
Stock up on buttery bread loaves studded with dried fruits and nuts.
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-night revelry.