Country observes the death 400 years ago of the author of ‘Don Quixote’ with films and events
Looking for a delicious red wine? Why not try a Spanish crianza?
Politicians agree the country’s timetables need overhauling. Do they have the will to do so?
Calls for a tougher ethics code heard amid concern about the damage to magistrates' reputation
Pablo Iglesias later apologized on Twitter, saying he had not intended to “offend” anyone
Six ski resorts will open this weekend, offering a late-season chance to hit the slopes
Tremor registering 6 on Richter scale felt over 400 kilometers away in the capital, with more expected
Spain offers the stressed-out a chance to recharge their batteries and learn some ancient techniques to deal with modern life
More than a million Cubans have emigrated to Miami, the so-called capital of Latin America. As Cuba and America move to put six decades of hostilities behind them, we introduce you to three generations of exiles who have made the city their home
On visit to Toledo Mariano Rajoy says he will tell the king the same as before: “I don’t have the votes”