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Galicia: The ritual of La Queimada

Galicia: The ritual of La Queimada In the northwestern corner of Spain, you will find Galicia, which is a land of pure magic. In this place of witches and spirits, your group can take part in the unforgettable ritual of the queimada. This rite, which involves a flaming punch of alcohol, herbs and other ingredients, […]

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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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Tarragona: A World Heritage City

On the shores of the Mediterranean, the former Roman Tarraco offers a perfect blend of ancient history and modern comforts. Thanks to its vast archaeological remains, it has been named a World Heritage City, but Tarragona has even more to offer. The Tarragona of today is a lively city, where the present mingles harmoniously with […]

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City Portrait: Lerida

In the mountainous interior of the northeastern region of Catalonia lies the city of Lerida. With excellent shopping and a vibrant cultural life, Lerida is a modern city that still remains off the touristic radar. In addition to all the city has to offer, the surrounding region is known for its spectacular nature and wide […]

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The Saffron Rose Festival of Consuegra

Spain is famous for its cuisine, which varies widely across the country but is based in all parts on the freshest local ingredients. However, one ingredient stands out from the rest: saffron. These bright red-orange threads were widely sought after throughout history since Roman times, and Spanish saffron has always been considered the best in […]

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Castles of Castile: A journey to the Middle Ages

Modern Spain cannot be separated from its history – especially in a land that it dotted with towering castles, spired cathedrals and medieval fortresses. These imposing relics of the past can be found all over the country, but nowhere can one feel more transported through time than in the regions of Castile. In this enchanting […]

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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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Gastrofestival: A delicious time to visit Madrid

Madrid is a one of the great cities of the world, with a wealth of museums, shopping, nightlife, parks and restaurants. Visitors who brave the cold of January and February are also in for a special treat. No, it’s much more than churros y chocolate (which are worth a visit alone) – it’s the Madrid […]

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Madrid in Dance

The Madrid en Danza International Dance Festival is an event of truly global scale that attracts numerous dance companies from all over the world. It encompasses the full range of dance styles, from classical to avant-garde, and a wide variety of national and international programmes. Of course, it also includes the best in Spanish and […]

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