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Some of the best things in Spanish cuisine are the most simple, which is absolutely true when it comes to Spanish tomato bread. Pan con tomate, or pa amb tomàquet in Catalan, is something so easy to prepare but is an important staple in many...

Tapas are a fun and delicious part of Spanish cuisine since the small portion size lets you sample several dishes within the same meal. The interesting thing about these little plates is that they reflect the cuisine of the different regions of Spain so very...

In the second part of our Managers Series, we are exploring Madrid with Raúl! Born and bred in the Spanish capital, Raúl loves to share his passion for his hometown, its culture and its food on every food tour. In this post he tells us...

What is picoteo? How is it different from our standard tapas tour? These are some questions that you might be asking yourself when you think about which Food Lover Tour food tour you want to join. In this post we are giving you the scoop...

Due to its location in the heart of Andalusia, Malaga makes a great base for a number of exciting day trips. Whether you choose to rent a car or depend on public transportation, there are so many amazing day trips from Malaga for you to...

Even though the temperatures are starting to lower in Seville, that doesn't mean that all the excitement and activity of the summer are, too! The fall is a great time to visit Seville because not only is the weather fantastic, but the city is just...

In Part 2 of our series of exploring the world of Spanish wine, we are taking a closer look at Catalan wines! Wines from Catalonia are famous around the world for their full-bodied taste, high alcohol content, and distinct grape varietals when compared to other...

Granada is the Moorish gem of the south of Spain, where you can experience centuries of rich and fascinating history. Its stunning architecture, amazing monuments, and mouth-watering cuisine tell the story of Granada's past. As you plan your trip to Andalusia, make sure that you...

As any Spaniard knows, Spanish cuisine starts with fresh, local ingredients straight from the neighborhood food market. Spain's location on the Iberian Peninsula and its Mediterranean climate ensure a wide variety of produce, seafood, and local products all year round. These delicious ingredients are then...

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