Nestled between Spain and France, the Basque Country is undeniably one of the most unique regions in the world. To pique your interest, we’ve selected 10 surprising facts about the Basque Country.
Exploring the Catalan Wines regions should be on the bucket list of wine aficionados and wine connoisseurs. 12 wine appellations where making wine isn’t just a trade — it’s a complex combination of gastronomy, viticulture, and heritage, so it comes as no surprise why wine holds a very special place in Catalan culture.
Beyond Barcelona, Costa Brava is a not-to-miss destination made of mysterious outer lands that stand out for their contrasting nature, coveted towns such as Cadaqués and Roses that will steal your heart and an outstanding gastronomy leading the international foodie scene. How many reasons do you need to explore Costa Brava?
Nestled in the northeastern part of the country, Catalonia is, without a doubt, one of the most dynamic tourist destinations in Spain.
Thanks to thousands of years of history, Catalonia has its own unique customs, traditions, and even language — and is just waiting to be discovered. Although most people are introduced to the Catalan lifestyle when they visit Barcelona, there’s so much more below the surface.
Don’t think it twice and visit Andalusia if you are dreaming of an exotic foodie escape. One of the most visited regions in Spain, Andalusia is 87 thousand square kilometers of historical Moorish palaces, sunshine, and marvelous gastronomy. In fact, Andalusian cuisine is, arguably, one of the richest cuisines in the country (and maybe even the world!)
Since food is such a vital part of the Easter festivities, we wanted to highlight some of the most popular Spanish and Portuguese Easter foods that can be seen on the dinner table during this time. No matter if you call it Pascua, Páscoa, Easter, or something else, these dishes are sure to pique your interest.
Spanish tapas in Andalusia and dishes you have to try Unquestionably tapas style way of eating has become one of the world’s preferred eating out options. There are plenty of good reasons for it, and Spaniards use even the verb form tapear when they refer to hanging out for bar hopping, enjoying small portions of mouth watering food with a caña (small ice-cold draft beer) or a glass of wine. There is little comfort, but the informal vibe and huge range of tasty flavors is what gives to tapas its distinctive character. Andalusia is one of the best regions for Spanish tapas – come on one of …