Malaga is an important tourist destination, due to its proximity to the Costa del Sol and being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso.
Walking through Garajonay is like returning to the past, since its countryside is truly unspoilt.
Every year, on the last Wednesday of August, the streets of Buñol in the Valencia region of Spain, are covered with full ripped tomatoes, as thousands of people gather for the food fight festival.
Known also as "Temple of the Holy Family", it is considered to be the master-work of renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It is a bold project, which became one of Spain's main attractions.
The relation between theater and religion was all through history a double-sided sward, but in the same time an inseparable entity. Sometimes opposing and confronting each other, other times using each other's language as a cause, a object, a reason or even a subject, theater and faith both aim humans heart, one offering joys of the unseen and eternal life, while the other deals with tangible matter of life here on earth. The two meet in Teatro de La Abadía: a live heart beating in the body of the former Church of La Sagrada Familia, and in the Functions Hall, renamed as the Sala Juan de la Cruz and Sala José Luis Alonso. The stage and the public are set in proximity to each other, so sharing the theatrical emotion from human body to human mind is natural. This approach is based on words and synergy, continuing the great tradition of European theatre. Teatro de la Abadia became in the past ten years one of the best independent theatrical institutions in the Spanish capital, Mad
A city with a privileged position, on the northeastern coast of the Iberian peninsula and the shores of the Mediterranean. A truly Mediterranean city, not only because of it's position, but also because of its history, tradition and culture.
Casa Mila or La Pedrera, as it is often called, is Gaudi's second most popular building. It is also his last work before dedicating his life to the construction of the Sagrada Familia.
Some people choose to live in them, others just visit them. This are the strangest, most creative apartment blocks from around the world.
Barcelona, already one of Europe’s hottest destinations, has in recent years consolidated its position as a worldwide culinary capital. It’s no longer just about tapas bars that stay open long after other countries have gone to bed, it’s about cutting-edge culinary experimentation as well, pushin...
The Canary Islands are hardly an undiscovered vacation spot. In recent decades, the sunny Spanish getaway, and the island of Tenerife in particular, have become synonymous with hordes of visitors on holiday. It’s a highly developed tourist destination, with the benefit that travelers can find alm...