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Iberian ham: The taste of Spain

Spain’s cuisine is recognized around the world for its high-quality ingredients and the endless diversity of dishes that can be prepared with them. Each region offers its own local specialties, and some of them have become iconic of Spain – for example, paella, gazpacho and churros with chocolate. But one delicacy stands out from the […]

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The sweet treats of Semana Santa

Each year during Semana Santa (Easter week), Spain is completely transformed. All day and night, the streets of cities and towns are filled with beating drums, bright masses of flowers, parades of religious sculpture, and an intensely moving atmosphere. It can be hard to tear away from all the excitement…but there’s another attraction hidden within […]

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Las Medulas and Bierzo: a destination unlike all others

In the rugged mountainous landscape of El Bierzo in Castille and Leon, travelers can find high rocky peaks and verdant forests, picturesque medieval villages, rolling vineyards, and one of the most unique and impressive of all ancient Roman remains – the gold mines of Las Médulas, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The ancient […]

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Costa Dorada: Top 5 things to see

The Costa Dorada in southern Catalonia is a destination that seems to have it all. With its rich history of seafaring tradition, some of Europe’s best Roman ruins, excellent wine and cuisine, and of course, long beaches of soft sand interrupted only by charming villages and secluded coves, it doesn’t disappoint! There is so much […]

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Where history meets luxury: the Spanish Parador hotels

Spain is a country filled with wonder and magic, thanks to its vibrant culture, astounding nature, and rich history and folklore. There are countless archeological and historical treasures, like centuries old monuments, castles, and cathedrals. However, your group is not limited to simply visiting these amazing sites…they can actually stay at them. The Parador hotels […]

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Costa Brava: Top 5- Highlights die man gesehen haben muss

Sich vom Norden Barcelonas bis hin zur spanisch-französischen Grenze erstreckend, ist die Costa Brava unumstritten eine von Spaniens schönsten Küsten. Sogar auf dem absoluten Höhepunkt der Hochsaison, können Sonnenanbeter noch unangetastete Buchen finden. Diese wunderschöne reizvolle Landschaft Kataloniens bietet außerdem spektakuläre Küstenwanderwege, charmante Fischerdörfer, eine exquisite Gastronomie und einige von Spaniens besten Stränden. Man kann […]

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World Heritage: Úbeda and Baeza

In the heart of the Jaen region, two villages break from the whitewashed houses and narrow streets that are so iconic of Andalusia: Úbeda and Baeza. These historic villages are the remains of Spain’s Renaissance, an architectural period with clear Italian influences – although they have been infused with a distinctly Spanish character. For their […]

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UNESCO World Heritage city: Cuenca

In the region of Castile-La Mancha, between the Júcar and Huécar river canyons, lies the city of Cuenca. A UNESCO World Heritage site, this dramatically placed city boasts a wealth of perfectly preserved monuments and architecture representing a diversity of cultures. It is also set in a privileged location, perfect for rural tourism, relaxation at […]

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Barcelona’s Casa Vicens: Never-before-seen Gaudí

One of Barcelona’s most iconic features is its Modernista architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Drawing on Medieval and Arab styles, these unique buildings are characterized by by rich decoration and detail, organic motifs, curves and asymmetry, and dynamic shape. There were various Catalan architects who made great contributions to Modernisme, like […]

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Churros y chocolate: warming up the winter in Spain

The traditional Spanish treat of ‘churros y chocolate’ is the perfect way to warm up during the cold winter months. Churros are similar to a fried doughnut, but long and thin and dusted in sugar – with an addictively crunchy and chewy texture. They are very popular and abundantly available, sold on the street in […]

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