Madrid “lights up” the Guadalajara literary festival

Spain’s capital is presenting a jampacked program of cultural activities at the publishing showcase

“There are many more exorcisms than people think”

Recent case of girl in Burgos reveals extent to which practice still goes on in Spain


Spain’s internet have-nots

Rural areas are being denied growth opportunities through lack of access to the web

The Spanish town that ended up in France

Llivia was ceded to the French in 1659, but a bureaucratic oversight kept it officially in Spain


Smarter, cheaper and greener ways to get around town

From car sharing to power walking, there have never been more methods of mobility Mobile technology is making it easier to access new alternative means of transport in Spain’s cities


New twists on Madrid’s most famous dish

For the fourth year running, the capital is staging a six-week event to promote cocido Madrileño Twenty-six restaurants are taking part – all offering a unique take on this hearty stew


After 50 years at the vanguard, a garden of artistic delights

The founders of the pioneering Galería Edurne celebrate by fulfilling a dream