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One of the best things about traveling is getting the opportunity to taste and experience new foods that you probably wouldn't get to try anywhere else, and Spain is no exception. Spanish cuisine is so diverse and surprising that you will find no lack of...

If you haven't visited Barcelona yet, it's time to put this magical city at the top of your list! It's one of the largest cities in Spain and one of the country's most-visited. A surprising mix of historical and modern, traditional and unique, Barcelona is...

Spain draws in thousands of tourists every year due to its laid-back Mediterranean lifestyle, endless hours of sunshine, jaw-dropping architecture, and mouth-watering cuisine. One of the cities in Spain that best personifies all of these things is Malaga, where there is no shortage of Andalusian...

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...

Food is an important part of everyday life in Spain and to the Spanish culture as a whole, as it brings family together at mealtime and friends together in the tapas bars. Spain is known internationally for its unique and diverse cuisine, ranging from simple,...

Spain is a no-brainer holiday destination for any person who loves classic architecture, beautiful cities, and even better food. However, no locale will offer you more to admire than Seville. Seville, a medieval city that is still steeped in history, is the capital city of the...

Spain is a big producer and consumer of Spanish vermouth, where it first arrived through Reus, in Catalonia. As compared to other countries where vermouth is used to make cocktails, in Spain, it is taken neat, preferably on the rocks with a slice of orange and/or...

This post is a contribution of our good friend Zoltan Csaba Nagy, a Transylvanian sommelier, writer, journalist and food guide at Food Lover Tour living in Barcelona since 2010. For many people, cava is the exclusive drink of the summer. The subtle tingling in the nose caused...

The author of this post, Alex Lazarowicz, is the founder of Barna-Brew, a new brewpub in Sant Antoni, Barcelona. Falling for Belgian beers and for Barcelona, he made the journey to unite the two through Barna-Brew. Although the craft beer scene has been booming for a...