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Enjoying Spain’s finest cuisine

Cuisine is among Spain’s greatest attractions – with a diverse range of high quality fresh ingredients, there is plenty to work with. Each region has its own special traditional gastronomy, which Spanish chefs are fusing with influences from around the world and even introducing some completely new and innovative ideas. Your group can discover a […]

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Murcia: Gastronomic Capital of 2020

In 2020, Murcia will take over as the official Capital of Spanish Gastronomy, organizing 1,001 activities over the course of the year, ranging from tapas routes and vegetable museums to a fruit and vegetable festival. According to the judges, Murcia won the prestigious award not only for its culinary variety but also for being a […]

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Winter in Spain: Finding the snow

For many people, Spain is not synonymous with snow – but in the winter months, it should be! Spain is Europe’s second most mountainous country, and whatever your group’s favorite winter sport is, Spanish ski resorts are known for their excellence and can provide all the necessary facilities. Or, you can skip the resorts and […]

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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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Jewish heritage in Spain: Castile

The Jewish community in Spain was once among the most prosperous in the world, and its heritage, dating back as far as the 10th century, can be seen in the monuments and Jewish quarters that remain all over the country. The regions of Castile are among those with the richest Jewish heritage. If your group […]

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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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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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City Portrait: Oviedo

Set in the heart of Asturias in the northern region known as “Green Spain”, elegant Oviedo offers a sharp contrast to some of its more working class neighbors. As the Asturian capital, the city’s noble history can be seen in its grand architecture, which has been carefully restored and maintained. Its pedestrianized Old City has […]

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Summer holidays are here…

… and that means it’s time for us, too, to take a small blogging break! But you can take Spain on your tablet with you to the beach or enjoy our articles comfortably at home with a glass of fresh sangria. Maybe you will even get inspired and decide to take a last minute short […]

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Asturias: A refreshing summer destination

Gorgeously green hills, a dramatically jagged coast, soaring mountains cut with deep valleys, colorful fishing ports and quaint country villages…the northern region of Asturias is a perfect balance of nature and culture, topped off with some of Spain’s finest and freshest cuisine. While most summer visitors to Spain flock to the Mediterranean coast, Asturias remains […]

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