Monthly Archives: mars 2016

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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Semana Santa: A week not to be missed

Those visiting Spain during the week before Easter will witness a country in complete transformation with one of its most spectacular and traditional events. Semana Santa, or Holy Week, fills the streets all around Spain with the beating of drums, masses of colorful flowers, religious sculpture, and a highly moving atmosphere. So intense is this […]

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Las Fallas: Valencia’s most fiery festival

Every March, while many people around the world eagerly await chirping birds, budding trees and other signs of spring, Valencians are putting the finishing touches on their fallas. These highly flammable papier-mache sculptures of celebrities, politicians and historical figures can reach up to 60 feet in height, and embody the essence of the Valencian community. […]

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The King’s Pathway: A year after the reopening

Nature lovers and hikers travelling near Malaga in southern Spain won’t want to pass up the chance to visit one of the most stunning and exhilarating routes in Spain. El Caminito del Rey (the King’s Little Pathway offers hikers some truly one-of-a-kind souvenirs: the stunning views over the Guadalhorce River will be remembered for a […]

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Spain’s culinary masterpiece

When travelling through Spain, you’ll be delighted by the endless variety within the cuisine. The country makes creative use of its fresh seafood, wild game and livestock, and a rainbow of fresh produce. If only there were a dish that could combine all of these wonderful flavors…Wait, there is! Paella: a bite of Valencian history […]

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