The Spanish capital’s traditional cuisine, unchanged for centuries, is merging with regional dishes, international fusion food and vegetarianism to create an exciting new scene.
In general, the falling euro is good news for international tourists visiting countries such as Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece and Ireland.
The Spanish capital’s art scene is far greater than its three renowned museums, with creativity thriving in the shadow of the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza.
In this independently spirited region of northeastern Spain, wander between tapas bars in Barcelona, explore the walled city of Girona and awaken your senses in Dalí’s heartland.
Photos & videos