Travel experts from the guide have praised the Spanish capital for its “emphasis on sustainable living” and vibrant nightlife, ranking it behind only High Tatras in Slovakia
Bonsai gardens, concerts and national parks are among the delights on offer during the upcoming ‘fiestas’
From zip lining over slopes in Andorra to sledding down a two-kilometer track in Huesca, here are 10 ski resorts that offer alternative outdoor experiences
Boasting a rich history, great food scene and wild landscapes, the province has been ranked on The New York Times’ list of best trips for 2019
From the multicolored waterfall in La Palma to the giant geode of Pulpí, Almería, here are 23 destinations ranging from the popular to the obscure
Students know it as a place of learning and partying; visitors come for the history, the architecture and the food
More than 15,000 people took part in a survey to create the ranking, which has placed Embajadores in the number-one spot
Do you know who the first pilgrim was on the world-famous Way of Saint James? Can you guess what the effect of the internet is on today’s travelers? Read on…
Whether natural or man-made, these striking locations receive a fraction of the visitors they deserve
You might be surprised to discover that not all Islamic palaces are located in Andalusia...
From relaxing spas to anchovy festivals, here are our tips on how to spend the holiday
The traditional way of enjoying bite-sized morsels in the Andalusian capital is on your feet at the bar, but more and more venues are laying on tables for patrons and updating their offerings for the 21st century
Both cities have adopted a trend that began in New York City and adapted it to fresh, local Mediterranean produce. And judging by the numbers, it looks like it has been a success.
Free riding, speed riding, ratrack, snowparks, night skiing: there were never this many options
The tuber known in English as tiger nut is widely used here to make a popular drink called horchata