We’ll take a look at the best football teams and their stadiums from the most interesting tourist cities in Spain. Some of the stadiums are worth a visit not only for die-hard football fans.. Read on and learn.
Spaniards are sociable, they value community and family, and are balls of energy. Put those together with the great weather and strangely late dinner times and you get a nation of people who like to party!
Spain has over 220 Michelin restaurants, we were spoiled for choice and made the most of it. That’s not to say we don’t eat at regular places, too, but this list won’t include those unless they were a total highlight.
Think meat, fish, vegetables, and olive oil coupled with the finest hospitality and values of community and socializing. Add the typical Spanish temperament and you’ve got yourself the traditional food of Spain.
Whether you’ve been traveling all through covid or are just emerging from your den like a covid groundhog, you’re thinking about Spain as your next destination, huh? Isn’t it great to be able to travel (again)?
Spoiler alert: I think bullfighting is an outdated pastime that Spain only holds on to because that’s what they do – keep tradition. It’s torturing an animal for public entertainment, sit down!
I'm sure you’ve heard of the traditional Spanish type of food, tapas. Further in this post: Which tapas restaurants are the best ones to visit if you’re heading to Spain.
Can tell the difference between jamon and a chorizo? What about Andalusia and Catalonia? Let's get you up to speed on your Spain knowledge so you can visit the country not looking like a tourist fool.
Mallorca is arguably one of the favorite tourist destinations. The rich history, marvelous beaches and UNESCO mountains are definitely worth visiting. Welcome to our introduction to Mallorca.