The Best Spot 2015
Seville's Feria de Abril
Music, art and festivities
Did you know...? Feria de Abril
A special multitude of color and dancing Sevillanas .... but did you know that the fair was promoted in 1846 by merchants, a Basque and a Catalan? Do you know where the calle del Infierno is and why it is called so? Here we tell you about just some of the curiosities of Seville's most famous festival before you start clicking your heels!.
The best Andalusian products
From extra virgin olive oil to southern mackerel, the famous ham from Huelva or Jerez fino sherry. Andalusia is home to exquisite food and drink fit for the finest of pantries. Here we tell you what can't be missing on any table.
Culture at its best!
Aragón and Castille and León
celebrating a great day
A Gothic cathedral paradise
Although Burgos Cathedral is the most famous, in Castille and León there are other cathedrals and churches that have become Spanish Gothic masterpieces. Take advantage of this day to discover any of these architectural treasures.
Sos del Rey Católico in 10 sighs
Enjoy the charm of of this Aragon village, birthplace of Ferdinand II of Aragon.
From the garden to your plate
Natural tomato puree, a great all-rounder
Low in fat and rich in vitamins but besides that, it's perfect for combining with many dishes and recipes. The tomato is the most versatile vegetable and its canned variant can be enjoyed throughout the year. Learn more about its properties and uses.
Ramón Freixa, master of tomatoes
The tomato is the base of his recipes and he has dedicated a thorough study of this vegetable in order to take maximum advantage of its properties.