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After you've seen all of the typical must-sees in Madrid, it's time to hop over to the El Corte Inglés in Callao and check out the Gourmet Experience. Covering 1500 square meters on the top floor on the department store, foodies have been heading to...

When people hear the words "black truffle" they automatically think of fine, elegant cuisine and delicious food. And while chances are you've heard of this delicacy, many people haven't yet had the pleasure of tasting it. So what exactly do truffles taste like, and what...

Croquettes are one of Spain's most popular tapas, and a staple in most Spanish kitchens, as well. These delicious little bites are everything you look for in a comfort food: crispy, salty, crunchy, and tasty. Read on to learn more about this essential Spanish favorite...

If there's one thing that Spaniards take seriously, it's definitely their coffee! When you walk into a Spanish café you might be overwhelmed at first with all of the different variations listed on the menu. But never fear, with this handy guide you'll be able...

One of the biggest cultural events in Seville is Semana Santa, or Holy Week. During this week, the city's population swells as people come from all over the country to witness this cultural tradition. If there's one thing that Spain does right it's celebrations and...

Moving along with our series on Spanish wine, we are now diving into the world of Rioja wines! These wines come from the autonomous regions of La Rioja and Navarre. Wines that hail from La Rioja are famous around the world for their quality and...

While there are a million reasons to visit Portugal, some of the best are tasty Portuguese dishes and foods! When you visit the Portuguese capital, there are a few dishes you need to try to get a real taste of Portuguese cuisine. Here are some...

If you've ever visited Malaga's beaches in the summertime, you've no doubt smelled the unmistakable aroma of espetos, or Spanish sardines. While you may see espetos on menus all across Malaga you might not know exactly what they are. So let's crack into it and...

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