NOTICIAS

SEVILLA A MICE CITY

20 July 2020
Sevilla is the capital of Andalusia that lies in the region of southern Spain. It is situated on the plain of the river Guadalquivir and is approximately 2.200 years old. It is easily reachable both from Madrid and Málaga by AVE train, airplane, or bus. Get to know more about Spain by discovering one of its most characteristic cities. The different civilizations that lived there had left their distinctive marks in every part of this amazing city.

INSIDE SPANISH GASTRONOMY

1 June 2020
If Spain, then gastronomy. What could be better than getting to know a culture by its cuisine? Spain has a famous traditional gastronomy mixed with an innovative modern touch. The cuisine of Spain is just as colorful and wealthy as the country itself. 

ISLAMIC HERITAGE, ANDALUCÍA-SPAIN & MOROCCO

4 May 2020
Let’s have a journey through the history of Spain and Morocco! Spain has a multicolor historic background consisting of plenty of heritages. This time the Islamic heritage will be in the spotlight with the most remarkable cities which represent the features of this fascinating culture.

NATURE OBSERVATION: BIRDWATCHING

20 April 2020
Would you like to get lost in the infinite tranquility of nature? One of the best place for that is Extremadura which is a region in western Spain, bordering Portugal. Why? Because it has several natural treasures such as mountains, forests, lakes and reserves such as Monfragüe and Cornalvo National Parks, the Dehesa. These places shelter diverse birdlife. 

SAN SEBASTIÁN A MICE CITY

13 March 2020
San Sebastian or also known as Donostia, which is its Basque name, is a magnificent city of Basque Country, in Northern Spain.  This wonderful place lies along a white sandy bay between the Urgull and Igeldo hills. Fishermen's houses, cider houses, its breathtaking beaches, a smart suburb and modern districts make it one of the most attractive city on the Cantabrian coast, not to mention its tasty Basque cuisine.

El Enfarinats festival

15 November 2019
No other country loves food fights as much as Spain does. The most famous one is of course La Tomatina, in the region of Valencia but one of the craziest food fighting spectacles in Spain takes place in the little town Ibi, Alicante on the 28th of December. During the less known, annual festival “Els Enfarinats” participants are fighting against each other with thousands of eggs, flour and firecrackers.

About the Spanish tennis legend Rafael Nadal and his academy.

25 October 2019
He is called “King of the Clay” thanks to his masterstrokes on the clay court and was named the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year in 2011. Rafael Nadal is the most famous tennis player of Spain and one of the game’s leading competitors worldwide.

Who Was Saint Teresa of Ávila?

11 October 2019
When wandering through the streets of Ávila, which is also an UNESCO World Heritage site since 1985, the story of Saint Teresa is present all the time. As a Carmelite nun, Saint Teresa dedicated her life to God. She joined a monastery against the will of her father and became a great visionary and founder of the order. Moreover, the scholar, writer and mystic was the first female Doctor of the church.

Stargazing in Spain

27 September 2019
There are approximately four hundred thousand million stars in our galaxy. That is as impressive as the number of stars that make up the Milky Way: about a hundred thousand million. According to the International Astronomical Union, every night the starry sky presents 88 constellations. Seeing this star formations transport gazers immediately back to the ancient times.