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Big things are happening at Food Lover Tour, and one of them is that we are now operating in Lisbon, Portugal! We've hopped over the Spanish border and are bringing our award-winning food tours to Lisbon, and shortly, Porto. To kick things off, we want...

Cuisine is at the heart of every culture, bringing people together all around the world. Every culture has its own cuisine, and it almost always starts with fresh, local ingredients. In Spain, many people still favor their local food markets over the convenience of modern...

This week, we have an interview with a local artist in Barcelona, Adrià Ferrer Marquès, a.k.a. El Marquès. El Marquès is an illustrator who designs many different things, including Food Lover Tour's new tote bags! We had a chat with this local artist to get his thoughts on...

Following up on our first post about the secrets and history behind jamón ibérico, we are sharing more facts about this Spanish delicacy! Spanish ham dates back centuries, so this cured and salty treat has so much information behind it. While you can find jamón...

The author of this post is Cecilia Prieto, a journalist born in the north of Spain that has been living in Madrid since 2009. She currently writes and edits Madlocal, a blog devoted to tourism in Madrid, with a focus on insights to enjoying Madrid as the...

The south of Spain draws in foodies every year from all over the globe who come to try some of the most famous and typical dishes of the region. Andalusia is the home of the tapa, as well as some of Spain's most-recognized foods. So,...

This week, we have a guest blog post from fellow foodie Craig of CakeJournal, who has recipes for some of the most-loved sweets in Spain! A Brief History of Spanish Pastries Spanish pastries and other desserts were almost non-existent before the Romans arrived in the Iberian Peninsula....

The weather is warming up and it is finally spring in Barcelona! It's time to shake off those heavy winter coats and scarves and get outside. It's the perfect time to take a trip to Barcelona and make the most of the beautiful weather. Whether...

The late winter and early spring months in Catalonia are an exciting time for one special reason: calçots! What in the world is a calçot?, you might be asking yourself. Calçots are wild onions that grow in Catalonia, typically from December through April. Locals love to...

Seville is synonymous with tapas, as the city is packed to the gills with tapas bars, restaurants, and amazing places to eat. New tapas joints are popping up all the time, but there are many bars that are life-long local favorites. While any tapas bar...

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