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...
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Lorca´s route- Walk in Lorca’s footsteps
Various sites dotted throughout the city of Granada and its surroundings offer special insight into the life and times of the celebrated poet and dramatist Federico García Lorca, including the place of his tragic death within the first few days of the Spanish Civil War.
Camarón de la Isla
José Monge Cruz (A.K.A. Camarón de la Isla) was a Flamenco Singer who helped transport this musical genre to venues of great prestige. Learn more about this influential artist here.
During the second week of July, the city of Pamplona attracts thousands of people from around the world who want to test their bravery running with the bulls. They will also test their party-going limits during this week-long festival and, even more, they'll enjoy the charms of this beloved northern city.
A stone´s throw away from La Rambla is the market of San José, otherwise known as La Boquería. The market, which is one of the liveliest areas in Barcelona, attracts both locals and tourists in equal measure for its rich history and coloring. Learn more about this historical area here.
Corpus Christi Celebrations in Granada
The feast day of Corpus Christi is celebrated seventy days after Easter Sunday. In Granada, it is not only a religious occasion; La Feria del Corpus is the city’s largest yearly fair, a unique time for enjoying Granada along with all of its monuments and tantalizing tapas traditions. Join us and find out where to go and what to do during this vibrant fiesta.