Valencia: Capital of Paella, home to The Holy Grail, boasting sunny beaches where you can swim most of the year round, bursting with funky architecture, this vibrant city is not to be missed. You will soon see why Spain’s third largest city attracts nearly 2 million visitors a year.
Where to go
Things to see
The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is a terrific tribute to Picasso’s close relationship with a city where he spent his youthful years and honed his prodigious artistic talent. It is also the only one to have opened during his lifetime, according to his suggestions, done so in 1963 by his friend and personal secretary Jaume Sabartes.
Where to Shop in Seville – Seville Shops: Seville may not have the concentration of shopping centres and shopping districts that Barcelona and Madrid have, but for those who have a need to shop, the fun of shopping in Seville can be found in the city’s network of streets, alleyways and neighbourhoods. Calle Sierpes Calle […]
Eating and Drinking
Pimientos de Padrón is A Favourite Spanish Tapas Dish: Pimientos de Padrón is one of our favourite tapas dishes in Spain. We first tasted this delicious dish at Sésamo’s in Barcelona and have become addicted to it. These small Padrón peppers are fried, at high temperature, in olive oil and sprinkled with flakes of sea salt […]
Aeropuerto de Pamplona-Noain – Pamplona Airport Transfers: Pamplona Airport is located between the towns of Noain and Esquiroz and is about six kilometres to the south of Pamplona city. The new terminal which opened in November 2010 doubled the airport’s capacity and it is now able to handle 1.1 million passengers a year and also […]