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Five Small Towns in Spain Every Foodie Needs to Visit!

written by Sam Zucker | 13th April 2015

Your visit to Spain need not take on the predictable pace of one city on Tuesday, then bolting to a new city on Wednesday, with one too many museums (and perhaps a little party island hastily thrown in at the end to catch a quick sunburn) before jetting back to cooler climates. Big cities like Madrid and Barcelona surely...

How the Moors Influenced Spanish Cuisine

written by Sam Zucker | 23rd March 2015

With every bite of their Sunday paella, Spanish families—whether they realize it or not–are paying homage to the old Moorish kingdom of Al-Ándalus, one of the greatest civilizations that Iberia has ever known. How did this relationship evolve? It began in the year 711 C.E, when the Moors soundly defeated the post-Roman Visigothic Christian rulers of the land that...
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Port Wine Tour with Ryan Opaz

Eager to taste a wide range of spectacular Port wine with a Knight of the Port Wine Brotherhood? Are you...

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Lisbon Culinary Experience

Meet the passionate people crafting old-school Portuguese food deep inside Lisbon’s traditional neighborhoods. Visit the traditional hole-in-the-wall bakeries famed for their...

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Barcelona Market Tour & Cooking Class

On this four hour Barcelona Cooking Class and Market Tour, you’ll have the rare opportunity to ease your way into...

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Semana Santa: The Tourist’s Guide of Food, Wine and Festivities

written by Melissa Leighty | 17th March 2015

What is Holy Week? Semana Santa, or Holy Week, is a is a popular time to visit Spain, especially the south, where Holy Week is celebrated more visibly than in other areas of the country. This annual commemoration of the Passion of Jesus Christ is celebrated by religious brotherhoods who perform penance processions in the Spanish streets. Like Easter,...

Best Places to Ski in Spain

written by Melissa Leighty | 18th February 2015

Spain might be known for its festivals and its food more than for its skiing, but it would be remiss to assume that Spain is a country best visited in the summer. Although it sports almost 5,000 kilometers of coastline, the mountains, too, offer their own unique beauty and a wealth of winter activities. Spain boasts several beautiful mountain...

Jamón Experience: Tasting Spanish ham in Barcelona on a Budget

written by Sam Zucker | 14th January 2015

Unless you fancy yourself a bit of a sweet talker, convincing a vendor at Barcelona’s world-famous La Boqueria market to sell you just one slice each of six different kinds of jamón isn’t likely to happen. I’ve enjoyed once or twice the feeling of hammy contentment after copping a free (tiny) taste of a top-quality acorn-fed jamón Ibérico de...

Friday Feature Photo: The Whitewashed Walls of Arcos, Andalucia

written by Gabriella Opaz | 5th December 2014

Photographer: Zu Sanchez Capture Date:  September 2010 Location: Arcos, Andalusia, Spain About: One of Andalucia’s most dramatically positioned pueblos blancos (white villages), it’s precariously positioned on top of a rocky limestone ridge; its whitewashed houses and majestic stone castle walls halting abruptly as a sheer cliff face plunges down to the lush valley of the river Guadalete below. Declared a national historic-artistic monument in 1962 in...
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