Widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bullfights, fantastic beaches and lots of sunshine, Spain has much more to offer than that. It is -and has been for thousands of years- one of the cultural centers of Europe.Learn more about Spanish Culture...
- Spanish Art
- Spanish Society
- Spanish music
- Spanish cinema
- Spanish flamenco
- Spanish history
The Serra de Tramuntana
The mountainous region of Serra de Tramuntana stretches across the entire northwest coast of the Island of Mallorca, a place where scenic tucked-away villages highlight the area’s natural landscapes. Intimate beaches and concealed coves also lie hidden away within the rocky cliffs that make up this attractive shoreline.
Úbeda and Baeza
The scenic cities Úbeda and Baeza are located in northern Andalusia in the province of Jaén. This pair of towns separated by less than 10 kilometers both display extraordinary examples of Renaissance architecture and preserve elements from their Roman and Arab past. Join us and explore unique urban landscapes steeped in history.
University of Salamanca
The University of Salamanca has remained committed to excellence over the centuries and today it is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Europe. The university also shares a unique relationship with the city. Explore this historic institution here.
The Museum of Human Evolution
The city of Burgos not only has an incredible cathedral, it also has the Museum of Human Evolution, which is a place of reference for anyone who is interested in the origins of humankind. Join us as for a look into this modern and fascinating museum.
La Llorona (the weeping woman) is a supernatural figure from a legend of Mexican origin who weeps for her lost children. This ghostly personality returns each year on the Day of the Dead, provoking uneasiness among the young and old alike.