Travel Guide to Spain

 

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  • Batalla del Vino
    Here in the Rioja Region, June 29th is the Batalla del Vino or Wine Battle. Though many Spanish festivals are meant to celebrate various patron saints (June 29th is also St. Pedro’s Day) this little shin dig is anything but...
  • Marques de Riscal Hotel
    Nestled in the mountains of northwestern Spain is a hotel that is as much a piece of breathtaking art as it is a magnificent luxury hotel. The Marques de Riscal Hotel is located in Elciego, Spain, an amazing medieval town that sits in the heart of the Rioja wine region. Elciego, also known...
  • La Sagrada Familia
    This magnificent building was the vision of legendary Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí. Begun in 1892, La Sagrada Familia (The Holy Family) has been more or less under continuous construction for well over a century, and is still not expected to be completed until at least 2017. Although there ...
  • La Tomatina
    Are you ready for the craziest, messiest, most "off the chain" party in the world? Well pack your bags; you are going to Buñol, Spain for the annual La Tomatina tomato fight festival. Although its roots (no pun intended) are somewhat ambiguous, it is known that...
  • Hotel Puerta America
    One of Spain's most unique hotels, the Hotel Puerta America is made up of 12 floors; each having its own style and unique architecture. A total of 19 separate agencies came together to design Hotel Puerta America's 12 floors so that a completely separate...
  • Santa Barbara Castle
    Watching over the city of Alicante from high above is the Castle of Santa Bárbara, one of the largest medieval fortresses in Europe. Bronze Age, Iberian and Roman artifacts have been found on the slopes of the mountain, but the castle was built...

Travel Ideas:

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Festivals:

Arbo, in Pontevedra, celebrates a food festival every year which is all about one of its star products, lampreys.
Each year the town of Barbastro in Huesca recreates the Passion and death of Christ with 12 religious processions throu...
In February, the city of Teruel is remembering the tragedy of the "Lovers of Teruel" by recreating a medieval atmospher...

Events:

An opportunity to enjoy some of the most iconic images captured by this photographer, a member of the prestigious Magnu...
CaixaForum offers a retrospective of the Italian painter Giorgio de Chirico, a major figure of the 20th century and fou...
A special selection of masterpieces on display in the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum is brought to the CaixaForum to commemo...

Fairs:

The Zaragoza Exhibition Centre hosts a new edition of Tecnovid, the leading event in the sector of wine and drinks in g...
Smagua, the International Water and Environment Show, is to be held at the Zaragoza Exhibition Centre.
SID Tecnodeporte, the International Sports Facilities and Amenity Areas Show, is to be held at the Zaragoza Exhibition ...
   

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