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Visiting Spain: Pros and Cons of Train Travel The trains in Spain are fast, efficient and quite cheap. However, it is important that you do not everything for granted. There are several routes which are not served well & also the coverage is not efficient at several locations. You can’t expect everything here to be […]
Spain Travel: Tips for Camping in Spain In Spain, camping can be a lot of fun and if you are aware of the safety measures, there is hardly anything that could go wrong your trip & it’d be a journey which would be embedded deep in your memory for the rest of your life. You […]
Spaniards are very passionate people, especially when it comes to food and drink. The most important meal of the day in Spain is lunch and you will actually find that many businesses in Spain close for sometime over lunch hour so as to give the people an opportunity to enjoy that meal. The word “tienda” […]
Spain is a wonderful country to visit for different reasons and these reasons include the great climate of the country, variety of cultural heritage and activities, wonderful and helpful residents and most importantly the delicious food. There is much to write about the Spanish food but the main reasons for the popularity of the […]
Some basic food tips for Spain As well As as being famous for its three hundred plus days per year of sunshine and fabulous beaches up and down the country, another thing Spain is famous for is its wonderful food. Of course tapas originated in Spain but there is far more to Spanish food than […]
The Spanish are just like the Chinese – their experience of food is central to their culture, and to their existence. And you may see proof of this everywhere you visit in Spain. You will discover places to eat here of every description, to every single taste, and that sample every single aspect of the […]
Spanish Chicken Paella Recipe From Spain Paella is Spain’s gift to the world; or to be more precise, Valencia’s legacy. The history of the dish explains how it was first made in open fields by mixing cooked rice with just about anything starting from snails to rabbits. The original Valencian Paella is a mixture of […]