Ready to eat your way through Spain? Grab a fork and bring your sense of adventure when trying these 7 traditional dishes.
Category: SEVILLE & SOUTH
From Oranges to Semana Santa, the scoop on lovely southern Seville! Plus travel tips for Andalusia, Granada, La Alhambra, Tarifa, Cadiz and more.
Lori Kullberg had been dancing flamenco in the US and jumped at the opportunity to learn new moves in Seville, where the dance began. She offers tips on where to learn flamenco in one of Spain’s most charming cities.
The Spanish love a good party in any shape or form. The Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos is celebrated on the 5th and 6th of January when the Wise Men arrive with gifts for Spanish children.
Do not miss a chance to see La Alhambra, one of Spain’s most impressive buildings.
Learn to make real Spanish gazpacho.
As the weather warms it’s time to dust off the bikini and spend some time at the beach. Here are some of the best places to work on your tan in Southern Spain.
You’ve heard of Spain’s stunning white villages, or pueblos blancos, but probably have not heard of the lesser-known Benarrabá. Get off the tourist track at this unique white village.
Christy Stehle gave up the 9 to 5 to travel long-term around the world, starting her adventure in Europe. She offers some savvy tips to save money while on the road.
Plan ahead to be at Seville’s biggest fiesta, the Feria de Abril, or April Fair.
Elegant Andalusian horses, music, and swirling polka dot dresses fill the dusty streets of Jerez de la Frontera once a year. This is one party you don’t want to miss, but make sure to dress up!
Planning a trip to Granada, in Southern Spain? Bring your camera and this list for some of the best viewpoints in the city.
They say that Seville is the most romantic city in Spain, and its most entrancing building by far is the Royal Alcazar.
Make sure to pay a visit to Seville’s Triana Market to get to know Spanish food and have some tapas and wine.
Want Mediterranean beach bliss, tasty tapas, and beautiful views. Head to Nerja, an easy day-trip from Málaga.
Spanish children celebrate the Epiphany on January 6th, also known as Three Kings’ Day (aka, the Wise Men).