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Latest entries about andalusia

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...

Your Guide to the Best Carnivals in Spain 

written by Melissa Leighty | 2nd February 2015

If you were to take a series of snapshots of Carnival around the world, they might all look markedly different: a painted mask floating out of the evening fog in Venice; a jewel-studded headdress on a scantily clad dancer in Rio; an enormous Krishna riding on a float down a dusty street in India. Carnival might revolve around the...
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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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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...

Vejer de la Frontera – The Dining Mecca of Costa de la Luz, Spain

written by Annie Manson | 8th April 2014

One of the most unexpected thrills of Vejer de la Frontera for a first time visitor is the huge number of eateries hidden away in the beautiful Pueblo Blanco. A further surprise is the impossibility of eating badly in this gastronomic paradise. Vejer doesn’t rely just on summer tourists – there are the regular visitors as well; hence, if...

Vuelta España Stages 1-4: Sevilla, Jerez, Montilla, Malaga

written by Gabriella Opaz | 28th August 2010

Spain is world famous for its bright and festive atmosphere, a place where terraces are filled with laughter and plazas are brimming with children playing, guitars strumming and people clapping to the traditional flamenco beat. But nowhere on the peninsula can this cultural heritage be more amply experienced than in the searing hot southern region of Andalusia. Andalusia is...

Bar Zim: A Wine Bar Boasting of Rustic Authenticity

written by Gabriella Opaz | 5th April 2010

Finding a quality “wine bar” in Barcelona is like finding a tapas restaurant without cured Spanish ham, challenging! For me, a quality wine bar isn’t about pomp and flash, nor is it about who can have the most wines from Rioja. A quality wine bar doesn’t need an attractive metrosexual god donned in a pressed black apron with his...
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