7 Barcelona Restaurants from Traditional to Modern

By Jessica Fishman QUIMET Y QUIMET Quimet y Quimet: This is a very popular tapas bar but for good reason. The tapas is extraordinary and locals and tourists alike recognize the delicious quality and authentic atmosphere. This is not a sit down restaurant, it’s a traditional Catalan tapas bar, so diners choose from a delectable selection…

Architecture & Culture: 8 Barcelona Must Sees

Spain’s second largest city and the capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is the 6th most populated city in the European Union. Barcelona was founded by the Romans as a military camp and later came to be known as the capital of the County of Barcelona during the middle ages. It also remained a flourishing city under…

Christmas in Madrid: 8 Merry Traditions

Madrid is a beautiful and exciting destination to visit ANY time of the year, but if you happen to be there around Christmastime, you’ll be able to fully unwrap and enjoy all the cheer, quirk and tradition it has to offer! Here are eight merry traditions you should expect to encounter during Christmastime in Madrid. By Erica…

Costa del Sol Travel: Road Trip Along Endless Sea

Sometimes the best way to see a country is to hop in a car and drive. Desperately wanting to see several cities on Spain’s Costa del Sol, we did just that. By Erica Connolly In March, we flew from Madrid to Malaga and effortlessly rented a car from Malagacar.com. Less than two hours after we had landed,…

Seville: A Step into Spain’s Past

By Teri Franklin Visiting Seville is like taking a step back into Spain’s past, as its history is visible in the architecture throughout the city. When visiting last summer, we took a historical walking tour. We started just outside of the current downtown area, in the ancient part of the city. Seville was founded as…

Calories Don’t Count on Vacation: 10 Dessert Places to Indulge in Europe

When traveling to Europe, you always hear about the rich culture, historic monuments, and one-of-a-kind experiences; but there is a dessert world in Europe that is just waiting to be tapped. The desserts in Europe are all unique, scrumptious, and you should do everything in your power to try them all. Barcelona If you are…

48 Hours in Seville

By Courtney Likkel No trip to Spain is complete without a visit to the magical city of Seville, the heart and soul of Andalusia. This enchanting city is sure to make you feel as if you are living in a fairytale. Seville is the best place in Spain to truly feel “Spanish”, whether that be…