Spanish cuisine in miniature
Tapas, pintxos, raciones...What do you call them?
Spain from tapa to tapa
Pintxos, tapas, raciones...whatever term you prefer, these small plates are perfect to accompany a drink with something to eat and to share. Each city has one that is particularly characteristic and that must be tried. If Madrid, Burgos, or Cadiz were a tapa, which would they be?
Out for tapas...
Granada, Bilbao, A Coruña...The best routes to find the bars serving the best tapas. From the most-loved classics, to the most traditional, and more. Don't go hungry!
White wine aperitifs
Let's move on from the idea that they only work with fish dishes. They go perfectly well with all kinds of tapas.
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