Emerald-green hills, brisk ocean winds, softly clanging cowbells—the sights and sounds of Portugal’s Minho province may be a far cry from those of sunny Lisbon or the Algarve, but they’re just as beguiling.
A peek behind the swinging door at Spain’s premier jamón ibérico producer.
Whether you end up stuffing grape leaves in Crete, perfecting French “mother sauces” in Paris, or plating sous-vide eggs in San Sebastian, the tips you’ll glean from expert instructors are priceless souvenirs.
Comfort food is alive and well in the south of France.
Zen gardens, trendsetting wine bars, killer vintage shopping—you name it: The Toulouse of today goes far beyond cathedrals and cassoulet.
In-the-know travelers are buzzing about the Republic of Georgia and its many unsung attractions.
Experience Madrid the way a local would: authentic food, hidden bars, and funky museums and neighborhoods.
From tapas to tastings, brewpubs to beer crawls, here are some of our favorite ways to grab a cold one in the Spanish capital.
Porto has reinvented itself, shedding its reputation as a staid wine town to become a travel destination in its own right. The city now boasts envelope-pushing restaurants, restored historic sites, and breathtaking beaches.
To discover some of Spain’s ancient sites, distinctive cuisines, and vibrant streets, escape to one of the country’s lesser-known locales.