Ready to eat your way through Spain? Grab a fork and bring your sense of adventure when trying these 7 traditional dishes.
Category: SANTIAGO & WEST
Posts on Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, Vigo, Las Islas Cies, St James Way, the Camino de Santiago.
Food rules are important in Spain, so it’s no surprise that certain drinks are meant for specific times of the day. Here are our tips on when to drink what while in Iberia.
Spanish children celebrate the Epiphany on January 6th, also known as Three Kings’ Day (aka, the Wise Men).
Dia de Todos Los Santos, or All Saint’s Day, is celebrated on November 1st.
Visiting a Roman gold mine near Leon. 20,000 pounds of gold extracted a year in Las Médulas…
Who might you meet if you walk the Camino de Santiago? Get ready for your hike with tips from author Cat Gaa.
Will you be trekking the Camino de Santiago, or St James’ Way this year? Read these tips on how to pack for a successful trip.
Water is the essence of Asturias and makes this area of Northern Spain especially lush and verdant. Come to Asturias in the summertime to enjoy its villages, mountains, and hard cider.
Eat some of the country’s best cheese in one of Spain’s most overlooked regions. This is Asturias, and trust us, you want to go!
Hike the Picos de Europa in Northern Spain. This is some of Spain’s most beautiful country, and some of its most overlooked.
How to tip in bars and restaurants in Spain.
There exists a place in Spain where flamenco chords are swapped for the shrill call of a bagpipe…
Our tips on Spain’s top cities to visit.
Are you ready to get serious about your Spanish? Here are a few tips on learning the language from someone who has been there.
For restaurants, customs in Spain are different. Here are eleven restaurant rules to make travel easier.