Neighbourhood markets are often the nerve center of communities within a city and such markets are still well used and well visited in Barcelona. Locals shopthere daily and tourists enjoy the local colour and have a taste of the local produce.
Parc de Montjuic has in the past been a significant site in Barcelona's struggle for independence and recently, of two important international events. It offers varied attractions including a botanical garden, a castle, a sports complex, several museums and the most exhilarating views of Barcelona.
See photos & videos regarding Lladro figurines & learn about these charming porcelains.
Park Guell created by Antoni Gaudi is an amazing urban environment in Barcelona that was to have become a prototype. Photos & videos.
Nothing has marked the face of Barcelona more than the Art Nouveau Modernist architecture which gripped the minds of many artists and architects at the turn of the century. It was seen as a strong nationalist commitment to reviving the Catalan culture and heritage.
Asturias in Northern Spain is a great place to visit. Read about the top five things that you can do on your trip to Asturias.
Experience some of the excitement that we felt while attending these olympic opening ceremonies. Photos & videos!
As the former Roman colony of Tarraco, Tarragona has some of the most interesting and well preserved Roman ruins: a 2nd century amphitheatre facing the Mediterranean, a Necropolis, and a Forum.
This modern art museum sitting high atop Montjuic overlooking much of Barcelona was a treat to view. Photos & videos regarding Joan Miro's works.
Granada is a city and province in southeastern Spain. It is situated on the Genil River, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, 225 miles (360 km) south of Madrid, near the Mediterranean Sea.