Tag Archive: Córdoba

Montilla-Moriles: An unforgettable wine route

For enotourism, it’s hard to find a better destination than Spain. Every region has its own fine wines to discover, as diverse as the regions themselves. One of Spain’s lesser known wine routes that is gaining well-deserved popularity is the Montilla-Moriles route in Andalusia. Besides its superb wines and production processes, those who take part […]

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UNESCO World Heritage City: Cordoba

Over the centuries, the different people and cultures who settled in Cordoba left a priceless legacy of monuments that still stand in the streets of this Andalusian city. All of western Europe regarded Cordoba with awe throughout the Middle Ages, and when you see its stunning heritage, it is perfectly clear why. A World Heritage […]

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Spain’s liquid gold: olive oil

Around the world, the “Mediterranean diet” is celebrated for its long list of health benefits. At its heart is one key ingredient – olive oil. From preventing cancer to reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, the health benefits of olive oil are unrivaled. It’s no wonder that Spaniards are among the world’s longest living people! […]

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Cordoba: the hidden beauty

The region of Andalucia embodies the essence of Spain: sun-drenched streets scented with orange blossoms and jasmine, ringing with the sound of flamenco, alive with spirited fiesta…and within the region, Cordoba is known as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. The month of May offers tour groups a special opportunity to get an intimate […]

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Rediscovering Sepharad: Exploring Spain’s Vibrant Jewish Heritage

Each year, thousands of visitors of all walks, faiths and backgrounds follow the footprints that Jews have left on Spain for over 1,000 years. There are countless fascinating Jewish heritage sites all over Spain and on and off the beaten track. Since the days of the Roman Empire, Jewish communities flourished in major towns and […]

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