A guide to the city’s best local fashion.
This tapas bar turns eating into a sacred ceremony.
Upon entering the hotel’s lobby and heading to the check-in desk, travellers are offered a glass of cava.
In recent years, there has been a global revival: Sherry has emerged from your grandmother’s cabinet and found its way onto backbars and trendy wine lists.
Originally built for the 1992 Olympics, the five-star hotel was inaugurated by the King and Queen of Spain.
As cooks, the history of the Arzaks dates back to 1897.
The Baroque-Romanesque abbey is one of only two in Spain to have survived the Napoleonic wars.
Far away from the sunny beaches of Barcelona or the historic streets of Madrid, Bar Oso in Whistler is serving tapas full of the warmth and authenticity of Spain.
For a city with a population of less than 200,000 residents, Spain’s San Sebastián ranks remarkably high in culinary prestige per capita.