For centuries, the Spanish city of Toledo was full of religious tolerance with christians, muslims and jews living together in a hill community.
Toledo has been named Spain’s Capital of Gastronomy for 2016. Here are some of the best places to find out why it’s such a culinary destination.
Nearly 3000 years ago, an ancient race lived on the Spanish island of Menorca. We don’t know much – but we do have these ruins of the Talaiotic Culture.
It’s no coincidence that the Spanish island of Menorca has beautiful nature while its neighbours are full of development. Here’s the inside story why!
This ancient walking route around Menorca is a beautiful and authentic way to see this charming Spanish island.
One of the greatest fashion icons of the 20th century came from humble beginnings but this museum dedicated to his life is anything but!
San Sebastián will be a European Capital of Culture this year. So what does that mean, if you’re thinking of visiting? Well, it’s very good news!
The Basque region of Spain around San Sebastian has a long tradition of making cider. You can see for yourself – but a visit to one of the cider houses is anything but normal!
What are pintxos and how can you make pintxos? Well, I head to San Sebastian in the Basque region to find out the answers… and eat as much as possible!