With its sun-soaked beaches, Mediterranean hospitality, and unparalleled architecture, it’s easy to fall for Barcelona. Here’s what to do and see in the Catalan capital.
Although the Catholic Church excommunicated the village for sorcery, its residents still happily embrace their legacy of witchcraft.
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Welcome foodies, history buffs, and nature lovers: learn what makes Basque Country one of the most intriguing places in Europe.
Bilbao was long established on the industrial history of its riverfront placement, but when the Nervion River flooded in 1983, it was reimagined as the artistic center of Spanish Basque Country to dreamlike success.
When it comes to the Canaries, not all islands are created equal.
What most people see as a metal crate on wheels, the Truck Art Project sees as an empty canvas ready to be filled.
Snack and share these delicious treats off the beaten path in Northern Spain.
A 26-year friendship that formed in a barber’s chair would later create an endearing Picasso museum in a small Spanish town.